The Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring requisite documentation including health assessments, immunizations, clinical assessments and clerkship applications associated with the completion of semesters 5-10 of the clinical sciences program is efficiently processed within designated timelines. They further assure that the information on requisite documentation is accurate, complete, and meets University and hospital requirements. They provide excellent customer service to both students and hospital partner and work to overcome student issues to promote student success.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Below are the minimum requirements of the education, experience, knowledge, and skills required to competently perform in this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Ross University School of Medicine is a member of Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a global education provider headquartered in the United States. The organization's purpose is to empower students to achieve their goals, find success and make inspiring contributions to our global community. Founded in 1978, Ross is committed to educating a diverse group of skilled physicians to serve as leaders in the U.S. healthcare system. With more than 12,000 alumni, Ross is an important contributor to healthcare in North America. Students complete their foundational studies in Bridgetown, Barbados before completing their clinical training in one of Ross’s affiliated teaching hospitals throughout the United States.