Accreditation Coordinator

Position Summary

The Accreditation Coordinator (AC) oversees and coordinates daily Continuing Medical Education (CME) program administrative tasks. This work includes managing CME applications, disclosure information, course evaluations, certificates, and the CME inbox. Additionally, this position is responsible for maintaining CME files. The AC serves as a resource for internal and external CME inquiries. This role requires a substantial amount of independent work, but also the ability to work across departments and collaborate effectively. The AC must be detail oriented and exhibit excellent organization, communication (written and verbal), collaboration, and analytic skills.

 Essential Functions

  • Administrative Support
  • Maintains files, records, calendars, assets and notes; schedules meetings, attends meetings, creates agendas, records notes;
  • Provides general administrative support, creates and manages timelines and assignments for various Medical Education programs;
  • Acts as a subject matter specialist on ACCME-related issues;
  • Applies to organizations for CME and CE credits;
  • Reports program attendees to CME and CE accrediting bodies
  • Oversees Continuing Medical Education inbox
  • Program Evaluation
  • Creates, manages, collects, documents, and maintains CME course evaluations to show evidence of program necessity, processes, desired outcomes, and results; a
  • Analyzes evaluations results and creates summary reports that measure and demonstrate competence and performance improvement in IFM learners
  • Other Functions
  • Acts as a CME liaison
  • between IFM and course attendees
  • between the Medical Education Department and other departments of IFM;
  • Attends ACCME training events as an IFM representative;
  • Assist with writing and managing IFM’s self-study during ACCME re-accreditation periods

Job Specifications

Skills Required:

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to communicate large amounts of information into concise, actionable language (verbally and in writing);
  • Adjust well to changing priorities and responsibilities as projects demand
  • Ability to work independently and be self-directed with work activities;
  • Consistently organize and maintain files;
  • Ability to collaborate and coordinate planning, processes, goals, schedules, and outcomes with others
  • Analyze and interpret data for reporting purposes;
  • Make decisions guided by policies, procedures, and business plans, and inquire for clarification as appropriate

Education and/or Experience

  • BA/BS preferred
  • 2+ years of coordinating compliance/accreditation work
  • Knowledge of ACCME preferred

Digital Fluency/Adaptation

  • Expertise with MS Office Suite; willingness and ability to adapt to new technologies and software;
  • Willingness and ability to adapt to new technologies and software, including internal digital asset management systems

Physical Requirements:

  • Light moving, transporting, and positioning of items weighing less than 10 pounds;
  • Sitting, standing, bending, reaching, pushing/pulling, kneeling, twisting, grasping and walking for general office duties and travel as required

Work Environment:    

  • General indoor office environment
  • Regularly exposed to computer monitors and shared workspaces. The noise level in the work environment is typically at a white-noise level. 

Travel:  0 – 5%

To Apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter to hr@ifm.org.