Background image

Medical Education

Job Openings in Medical Education

Staff Positions

Finance Analyst, Graduate Medical Education (GME)

To Apply: View details Reference ID 47841BR

The Finance Analyst, Graduate Medical Education (GME), provides high-level analytical and procedural financial support services to the GME Finance Manager and Director of Graduate Medical Education. The Finance Analyst will also be responsible for special projects as requested by the Director of GME. Finance-related responsibilities include complex analyses of financial data gathered and compiled from multiple funding sources; participation in the management of GME financial resources, including the Blumberg Loan fund; and maintenance and dissemination of financial reports and billing documentation. 

The GME Finance Analyst must have outstanding communication skills that allow him/her to effectively work with varying levels of staff in various departments and institutions, both within UCSF and externally; faculty; and residents and fellows. The GME Finance Analyst must also have excellent organizational and prioritization skills. He/she must be able to effectively work with competing projects and deadlines in a dynamic, fast-paced, constantly changing environment.

The School of Medicine's Office of Graduate Medical Education
The School of Medicine’s Office of Graduate Medical Education (OGME) is responsible for the oversight, coordination, and general management of more than 175 ACGME/ABMS and non-ACGME residency and fellowship programs. OGME disseminates and implements Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) policies, guidelines, and compliance measures; ensures compliance with California Medical Board licensure and Homeland Security visa regulations; coordinates the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP); manages appointments and credentialing for all UCSF trainees as well as all short-term rotating housestaff and visiting scholars; interprets and applies state and federal laws and regulations; reconciles and manages GME managed funds used for trainee salaries and benefits; manages non-health benefits for residents and fellows; negotiates affiliate hospital contracts; and works closely with university entities and affiliated institutions to develop and assure the quality of the university’s educational curriculum. 

Health Professional Educational Specialist III

To Apply: View details Reference ID 47271BR

The Office of Graduate Medical Education (OGME) in the School of Medicine Dean’s Office is responsible for the oversight, coordination, and general management of more than 175 ACGME/ABMS and non-ACGME residency and fellowship programs. OGME works in partnership with the program administrators and program directors in the clinical departments to ensure resident and fellow needs are met and programs are of the highest educational quality. In addition, OGME represents program and their trainee interests in the UCSF, San Francisco VA, and San Francisco General Hospital communities. Areas of responsibility include program and institutional accreditation; resident and fellow well-being; 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; resident and fellow development; program director and program administrator development; communications; and finance.

The Resident and Fellow Affairs Manager reports to the Director of Graduate Medical Education and is a key member of the GME team. He/she provides substantive expertise and procedural program support to the Associate Dean, Director of GME, GME team, and the faculty member who serves as Director of Resident and Fellows Affairs. The Manager of Resident and Fellow Affairs is a resource and advocate for the residents, clinical fellows, program administrators, and program directors. Responsibilities include coordinating housestaff appointments/credentialing for 1,500 residents and clinical fellows as well as approximately 500 short-term visitors and affiliates each year; developing and communicating GME process and policy information to program administrators; coordinating trainee training module and flu shot completion and compliance annually; and representing resident and fellow interests to the California Medical Board and other external organizations. The Manager is also responsible for resident and fellow well-being initiatives through advocating for resident and fellow interests through UCSF committee membership and attendance; problem-solving well-being related issues; managing well-being related programs; and working with the Director of Resident and Fellow Affairs to coordinate the Resident and Fellow Affairs Committee.

The Resident and Fellow Affairs Manager position requires a high level of independence and outstanding communication skills, and the work is primarily self-directed and initiated. Performance is evaluated on the ability to meet goals and objectives within a multitude of tight deadlines. Ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with program administrators, program directors, and other colleagues both internal and external to UCSF is key to success in this position. The incumbent is expected to establish and monitor internal controls and work plans to ensure that quality outcomes are achieved on time, and that areas of deficiency and concern are remedied immediately. The work is complex and requires analytical and problem-solving skills and a keen attention to detail. This position independently formulates innovative solutions and requires the ability to make sound decisions and recommendations quickly in a complex, politically charged environment.