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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Experienced Health Education Specialist III with over 15 years of experience in managing and project planning at UC Davis and the hospital industry. Excellent reputation for resolving problems and improving customer satisfaction.

Skills
  • Project management and planning
  • Strong organization, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of UC Davis undergraduate medical education curriculum
  • Thorough knowledge of data management and documentation methods
  • Strategic planning to make deadlines
  • Advanced problem solving
  • Advanced understanding of software ______, web browser features, search engines, etc.
  • Knowledge of UCD's educational evaluation practices
  • Problem Anticipation and Resolution
Work History
Health Education Specialist III, S1, 07/2016 to Current
Eurofins Scient.Albuquerque, NM,
  • Responsible for management and oversight including day-to-day operations providing leadership and direction to department's educational units and coordination with affiliate institutional sites.
  • Oversee 4 key areas in Education with Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine: (1) five comprehensive Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited programs, Core Residency (___ residents) and Fellowships (____ fellows) in Cardiothoracic, Acute Pain, Chronic Pain and Pediatrics including affiliated sites management; (2) Clerkship programs for medical students at UCD; (3) Clinical Competency (CCC)/training; and (4) Continuing Medical Education (CME).
  • Manage cross training program and cross institutional functions as well as budgeting, maintenance of ACGME program and accreditation; resident and fellow development; resident and fellow credentialing, licensing and appointments; educational technology, GME diversity; patient safety and quality; events and programming for residents, fellows, program directors and program administrators.
  • Analyze, develop, design and maintain electronic evaluation systems to assess trainee achievement in core competencies and progressive milestones as required by ACGME and American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA), American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM).
  • Investigate and research specific problems or performance improvement issues and advise Department Chair, Vice Chair of Education and Program Directors.
  • Coordinate systems to capture and assess evaluation and portfolio documentation. Prepare periodic reports on trends of completion or problems and their resolution. Systems utilized include: Medhub, ACGME ADS, and ABA RTID.
  • Possess vast knowledge of accreditation standards, and Board requirements to advise Residency, Fellowship and Clerkship Directors.
  • Experience and knowledge of Medhub, AMA, AAMC (ERAS, VSAS), NRMP, ACGME ADS, ABA RTID, Eflight, Aggie Travel, and Canvas.
  • Provide analysis of ongoing national accreditation requirements and make recommendations to Residency, Fellowship and Clerkship Directors.
  • Manage all aspects of residency and fellowship related events within the department which includes Residency & Fellowship Graduation, Residency Welcome Event, Orientation, Residency Retreat, Residency & Fellowship Program Recruitment.
  • Provide oversight of residency and fellowship lifecycle including recruitment, onboarding, credentialing, re‑orientation and graduation.
  • Gather and consolidate quantitative, qualitative data, perform reporting, and ensure compliance.
  • Support program planning and developing residency program and academic and clinical requirements.
Analyst II, 11/2013 to 06/2016
Dekalb HealthLagrange, IN,
  • Project management of CME programs from concept to execution while working in collaboration with Department Chair, assigned Program Directors and Chief Administrative Office (CAO).
  • Oversee programs advisory boards, coordination, content development, meetings, grant strategy and development, budget tracking, and project process plans.
  • Manage live meetings and satellite symposia and oversee onsite event execution (rooming lists, BEOs, etc), creation of event schedules, staffing, coordination of video shoots, and organization of enduring/web‑based programs.
  • Identify potential educational contributors while maintaining ongoing relationship with key vendors supporting CME activities.
  • Adhere to all CME/CE guidelines (AMA, AANA, ABA MOCA, ACehp). Remained up to date with accreditation policies and practices.
  • Developed and managed complex CME course budgets: prepared projected budgets, analyzed cost and set tuition using a break‑even analysis; compared historical budget date, post program summary and research costs of new activities; and recommended expense.
  • Created action plans that helped meet and exceeded departmental goals.
CME Coordinator, 07/2010 to 10/2013
Hei Hotels & ResortsHerndon, VA,
  • Coordinated appropriate course sites and successfully negotiated contracts in accordance with university policies, i.e. hotel room blocks, food/beverage, and audio‑visuals.
  • Ensured all reports, schedules or other documentation were processed timely while maintaining active tracking system for these processes.
  • Effectively fostered communication and coordination within department, division and UCDH by establishing good rapport and professional working relationships with others to facilitate delivery of services.
  • Utilized Microsoft programs for consistent productivity and recordkeeping.
Catering Sales Manager, 09/2003 to 06/2010
Embassy Suites SacramentoCity, STATE,
  • Maintained high level of communication with clients during event planning.
  • Ensured important documentation such as contracts, event orders were appropriately captured, stored and shared with appropriate personnel.
  • Confidently organized and handled large functions of up to 500+ attendees with positive end results.
  • Experienced with handling VIP clientele and groups.
Education
Bachelor of Arts: Guidance & Counseling, Expected in 06/1993
St. Scholastica's College - Manila, Philippines,
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Psychology, Expected in 06/1991
St. Scholastica's College - Manila, Philippines,
GPA:

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School Attended
  • St. Scholastica's College
  • St. Scholastica's College
Job Titles Held:
  • Health Education Specialist III, S1
  • Analyst II
  • CME Coordinator
  • Catering Sales Manager
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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