The Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) integrated campus under a single university-style administration, with nearly 50 programs of study available to U.S. military enlisted students and a small number of foreign military students. METC is located at Joint Base San Antonio on Fort Sam Houston, Texas with a field training site located at Camp Bullis
METC’s vision is to train for the mission and educate for a lifetime of service. In addition to developing curriculum that trains students to meet the Services’ mission requirements, METC partners with colleges and universities across the country to develop degree bridge pathways
**THIS POSITION IS CONTINGENT UPON CONTRACT AWARD**
The Clinical Coordinator will recruit and manage clinical training venues in a highly volatile training environment at the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC), Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, TX. Provide clinical coordination support for all METC programs that require clinical training venues, develop the training agreements required to place students into the medical training facilities, and provide a variety of instructional and professional services. Duties include, not limited to:
· Serve as a clinical liaison to communicate information and feedback between METC programs, Program Clinical Coordinators, METC Clinical Coordinator, Dean of Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of Academic Support, Associate Dean of Academic Delivery, Service Component’s academic representatives, and medical treatment facilities (military and civilian).
· Work in partnership with regional post-secondary educational (civilian) institutions and potential clinical training associates to expand clinical site availability by involving community-based settings to resolve potential and real conflicts between civilian institutions and METC.
· Engage regularly, by face to face, phone, or email correspondence, with METC Program Directors, Clinical Coordinators and the Medical Treatment Facilities (military & civilian) to place students into the clinical training site locally and nationwide.
· Ensure the clinical trainees’ compliance with Service and/or programmatic accreditation requirements in concert with training facility staff and state regulatory agencies. Join forces with the Associate Dean of Academic Support and the Faculty Management Chief to ensure that all Program Clinical Coordinators meet institutional and/or programmatic accreditation requirements as required.
· Coordinate medical treatment facility orientation standards with Program Directors and Program Clinical Coordinators to ensure compliance, and to disseminate all emerging facility requirements.
· Collaborate with civilian and military medical treatment facilities and post-secondary educational institutions to develop and execute the use of a master regional clinical training schedule through a database, or other process as applicable. Attend community Allied Health/Nursing meetings and provide additional support as necessary to develop and maintain this regional training process.
· Assist the METC Clinical Coordinator with the development of policies and procedures to comply with training requirements and standards for clinical training, and additional student services policy development such as the METC Academic Oversight Board and Student Evaluation and Administrative Plan.
· Track and input monthly metrics of program clinical training status and develop presentations for the Commandant and staff when required.
· Interact with the METC Agreements Manager and the METC Legal Officer to confirm with programs and clinical training associates that contracts, Memorandums of Understanding (MOU), Memorandums of Agreement (MOA) and Training Affiliation Agreements (TAA) are up to date and reflect the current training environment.
· Create MOUs, MOAs and TAAs as required by volume, and see the entire process of the agreement from creation to execution. Ensure the tracking of the agreements is completed in METC’s system of choice for document and tracking of the data.
· Attend METC meetings in and outside of the Academics office to include meetings with our community partners and to complete clinical training site visits at medical treatment facilities (civilian and military), locally and nationwide
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS / QUALIFICATIONS
· Bachelor’s Degree
· 2-years’ experience in a related field
· Possess the educational and clinical knowledge of a senior nurse or senior allied health professional
· Maintain active credentials and/or licensures in their area of expertise/profession
· Ability to operate in an executive level environment, working with military senior leadership and high-ranking civilian executives in San Antonio and abroad
· Knowledge of instructional techniques and training methodologies in order to assist the METC Clinical Coordinator with the development, implementation, evaluation, and revision of clinical training experiences
· Basic knowledge of computer equipment and the assigned area of system software; basic knowledge of different types of clinical placement tools for placement of students into medical treatment facilities, both military and civilian
· Knowledge base of the requirements of Joint Commission requirements for healthcare facilities or other state or regulatory agencies
· Demonstrate an ability to meet established deadlines and work as a team player in a professional office setting
· Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision, multiple ongoing priorities and projects and communicate and work effectively with a diverse team of professionals
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