Coordinator of Interprofessional Education

The Coordinator of lnterprofessional Education (IPE) will cultivate, develop, and implement IPE programming within the colleges at Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane. The Coordinator will foster best practices in IPE and sustain continuous growth in this area. The Coordinator is responsible for managing the core educational activities for students, as well as working with other existing IPE programs within the colleges. The Coordinator will provide support to faculty in the development of new IPE programming, including an intentional focus on new initiatives to provide interprofessional clinical opportunities. Program evaluation and assessment will be managed by the Coordinator.

Additionally, the Coordinator will work to provide support to faculty in the colleges’ continuing education units and continuing medical education offerings to internal and external audiences. The Coordinator will be expected to contribute to the national/international interprofessional education and research presence that can be furthered through his/her work at Washington State University.

Required Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree in communications, computer science, management information systems or other relevant field and three (3) years relevant related professional experience including experience with complex telecommunication systems or multimedia systems. Any combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis.

Additional Requirements:

  • Demonstrated experience designing surveys or other methods to assess and evaluate instructional programs.
  • Demonstrated experience with online teaching and online teaching technology.
  • Three (3) years program coordination and management in higher education.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in related field. 
  • Experience in health science education and familiarity with interprofessional education.

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