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The responsibilities listed below are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.
Provides support for the creation, coordination and execution of the program.
Assists in budgetary management for the program(s).
Event planning for training sessions at Nursing Homes which are monthly and likely a combination or remote and face to face presence by team including manager.
Coordinate, collaborate to Develop and maintain program website
Meet with program leads to develop travel schedule, training curriculum, structure, and evaluation process
Organize meetings for ENHANCE collaborators, facility leadership and stakeholders, program evaluators
Coordinate quarterly meetings and reports with CMS state representatives
Attend mandatory monthly and quarterly calls with CMS and representatives from the TN Civil Penalties Monetary (CMP) Program. (funding agency)
Maintain knowledge of federal regulations (e.g., financial requirements, reporting requirements)
Compile annual reports for IRB as needed for the project/program
Maintain a calendar of trainings, meetings, application dates and milestones
Collaborating with trainers to maintain training schedules, training materials, travel related to training as well as schedules related to web-based training if applicable.
Research evaluation tools appropriate for programs to use (excellent knowledge of, Microsoft Office suite including EXCEL and Word)
Develop program and data tracking tools (excellent knowledge of REDCap)
Distribute project REDCap Surveys based on program needs assessment and evaluation timelines
Coordinates data entry and monitor and audit deadlines for multiple projects within the program
Complete quarterly and annual report for CMS
Represent VUMC related CMP program team at community partner executive meetings
Network with geriatric and LTC community to build partnership and build sustainability
Attend conferences, seminars, symposiums, and classes as necessary
Travel to long-term care facilities for training, and regional/national meetings as required
Gain knowledge of all other CMP funded programs in middle TN, and connect the ENHANCE collaborators with other CMP funded collaborators if required
Work with Administrative officer to understand budget and invoice submission requirements
Monitor costs related to training sessions and related travel and materials
Prepare documentation and obtain proper authorization for post-award grant requests such as extensions and leaves of absence
Additional responsibilities :
Maintain CMP-Enhance web-based training platform
Assist with program related list serv and conference room scheduling for training sessions
Provide general support to faculty including travel documents within state, hotel and car reservations as necessary
Day to day management for the program(s).
The responsibilities listed are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.
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