This position will assist in being a point of contact for Army personnel participating in AMEDD Medical Skills Sustainment Program as part of the Strategic Medical Asset Readiness Training Initiative or SMART. OHSU SMART Program Coordinator manages the SMART initiative. The ideal candidate is an experienced nurse within OHSU or someone with a clinical and training background with experience and knowledge to most effectively work across various departments to coordinate scheduling, selection of preceptors and have the organization skills to independently manage the training event. The Military Civilian Partnership Program Administrator will serve as the primary liaison between the US Army and OHSU. They will be responsible for managing all active duty personnel assigned to OHSU in both the AMCT3 program (officers) and SMART program (enlisted).
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