Job Opportunities

UCSF is committed to building a broadly diverse community, nurturing a culture that is welcoming and supportive, and engaging diverse ideas for the provision of culturally competent education, discovery, and patient care.

Administrative and Operations Coordinator

To apply: Administrative and Operations Coordinator

The Office of Medical Education (OME) Administrative and Operations Coordinator plays a critical role managing the operations of the Office of Medical Education, including facilities maintenance, equipment/supply management, executive administrative support, and event coordination.  

The coordinator manages the 2nd floor of the Clinical Sciences Building and is responsible for ordering office and technology supplies for approximately 115 staff and faculty. The coordinator serves as the Executive Assistant for the Director of the Academy of Medical Educators, Director of Research and Development in Medical Education and provides special event coordination for the Center for Faculty Educators and Office of Medical Education. The coordinator also helps the executive support team with managing the Education Dean on Call schedule and coordinating deans event attendance, and other initiatives to support Medical Education Leadership. 

We seek a candidate with diverse perspectives and experience to join our team. Medical Education is committed to creating equitable and inclusive environments that cultivate a sense of belonging, because they are essential to high-quality patient care, effective learning, and cutting-edge discovery. 

This is a hybrid position with two days a week in the office.

Admissions Assistant

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The Admissions Assistant supports the School of Medicine admissions process by answering questions from applicants, interviewers, and committee members. The Admissions Assistant works directly with the Director of Admissions on processing applications to the School of Medicine and also serves in a 25% capacity as the Executive Assistant to the Associate Dean for Admissions.

Assessment Analyst

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The Assessment Analyst plays a critical role in supporting the development of our future physicians by working closely with faculty and the Associate Dean for Assessment to ensure students are progressing and meeting competencies in the UCSF Bridges Curriculum. The Assessment Analyst is responsible for tracking, documenting, and communicating the academic progress of medical students. This involves coordinating all activities related to tracking student progress throughout the curriculum. In the Foundations 1 phase of the curriculum, responsibilities include coordinating the open ended question (OEQ) exam champions, standard setting, grading committees, and the Committees on Academic Progress. In the Foundations 2 and Career Launch phases of the curriclum, the Assessment Analyst holds administrative responsibility of tracking longitudinal formative and summative assessments, such as clerkship exams, or assisting with committee preparation, as well as implementing and reinforcing the School of Medicine’s student assessment policies and procedures. The analyst is also responsible for data verification related to Foundations 2 assessments as well as course coordination of away rotations and other advanced courses. The Assessment Analyst must be well organized and demonstrate a strong orientation to detail. The analyst role also requires strong relationship building skills and effective oral and written communication as they interact frequently with students and faculty. The Assessment Analyst will also work closely with other coordinators on the Assessment, Curriculum and Evaluation (ACE) team to share best practices, support each other’s work and engage in professional development. MedHub experience is a plus. This role can be remote or hybrid.

Clinical Microsystems Clerkship

To apply: Manager, Clinical Microsystems Clerkship

The Clinical Microsystems Clerkship (CMC) Curriculum Manager oversees the planning and implementation of an innovative clinical skills curriculum, as part of the Bridges Curriculum in Foundations 1, for first- and second-year medical students. A longitudinal clinical skills curriculum, the Clinical Microsystems Clerkship (CMC): Students learn how to help patients navigate a complex health care system while also improving the health of populations and effectiveness of health care systems from the beginning of their training in Foundations 1. The Manager works in collaboration with a team of faculty and staff to design and execute all components of the curriculum, ranging from small and large group learning activities, hands on clinical skills sessions in the clinical environment, simulation sessions, and assessments.

This position reports to the Executive Director of Assessment, Curriculum and Evaluations and partners with other teams in the Office of Medical Education to create standard and parallel processes to ensure that faculty and learners are supported and experience the curriculum in a consistent way. The ideal candidate is a talented professional with diverse life experiences, and perspectives who utilizes their expertise in education and program management to oversee the continuous quality improvement of the curriculum. The CMC is innovative and complex. It integrates direct patient care skills and health systems improvement skills and provides early medical students with the opportunity to work in clinical settings with interprofessional teams to measure and improve the patient experience.

Clinical Psychologist

To apply: Student Counselor, reference number 63127BR

The UCSF School of Medicine (SOM) seeks a candidate with diverse perspectives and experiences to join our team and support our medical students' well-being and mental health. Our mental health services support 650 medical students, 38% from racial/ethnic backgrounds under-represented in the medical community. The Student Psychologist provides psychological services for UCSF medical students enrolled with the Student Health Insurance Plan on a wide variety of presenting concerns.  The Student Psychologist will provide assessment, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling.  Consult regularly with the Associate Dean for Students in the School of Medicine and Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) primary care providers about psychological factors affecting students' well-being and health. The position is an adjunct to the SHCS integrated care model of care delivery.  Designs and implements psycho-educational programming and outreach programs to address a range of medical student needs.  Consults with faculty and staff on issues relevant to student educational performance, emotional well-being, and psychological functioning.

Data Visualization Designer

Apply here: Data Visualization Designer

Come join the education data team in the School of Medicine! Our small, collaborative analytics team needs a UI designer primarily working in Tableau. The team serves medical education (students, faculty, education operations, and the deans’ office), and you will engage directly with end users and leaders to define metrics and build elegant, user-friendly data visualizations. You’ll champion user experience and visual design across the full dev cycle, and you’ll work with analysts on your team to create clean and reliable data sources to underpin your work. This role can be remote or hybrid.

Evaluations Analyst

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The Evaluations Analyst manages program and curricular evaluations administration, operations and reporting. This position will work on evaluation design, projects and use qualitative and quantitative skills for analysis. The ideal candidate is a talented professional with diverse life experiences, and perspectives who will serve as an integral member of the Educational Evaluations team to serve faculty, course staff, and leadership in Medical Education for program evaluation and represent team, policy, and procedures in school, institution, and nation wide meetings. This position can be remote or hybrid.

Financial Analyst

Apply here: Financial Analyst

The UCSF School of Medicine (SOM) seeks a candidate with diverse perspectives and experiences to join our team and serve as the central financial services analyst for OCME. Medical Education is committed to creating equitable and inclusive environments that cultivate a sense of belonging because they are essential to high-quality patient care, effective learning, and cutting-edge discovery. This position functions as the central financial services analyst for live activities (multiple-day conferences in off-site venues), completing all purchasing and payment transactions, reconciling vendor payments, processing checks and ledger journals, and interpreting, communicating, and administrating the financial policies of the University, UCSF, the SOM and OCME.

Interview Coordinator

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The Interview Coordinator schedules over 1,000 interviews during the interview season and works closely with the Admissions Interview Committee (AIC). This position also represents the School of Medicine at recruitment and information sessions and answers questions from prospective applicants. Interviews are conducted via zoom and this position can be remote during interview season and hybrid during non-interview season. On-site work will be required for events, such as retreats, orientation, and revisit.

Medical Simulation Supervisor

Apply here: Simulation Education Supervisor

UCSF is seeking a Health Professions Simulation Supervisor who brings diverse experience and perspective to directly oversee day-to-day operations for health professions education simulation programs, including site-based processes, logistics and operations, local site coordinator assignments and communications with faculty and staff.

The Simulation Supervisor will oversee mannequin and task trainer-based simulation activities and supervise a team of simulation technicians at the UCSF Kanbar Center for Simulation and its different training sites. Establishes operational objectives for the simulation team and supports the Operations Director in day-to-day activities to ensure optimal performance of all technical operations. Works with educational stakeholders of the Center to help ensure curricular programs meet their objectives and support technical innovation in simulation education. Oversees maintenance of all simulation equipment, investigates and implements state-of-the-art technology as it becomes available to the Center.  Assists the Operation Director with planning of space and programmatic expansion, and provides technical expertise to educators, learners and other technicians on the team.

The ideal candidate is a talented professional with diverse life experiences and perspectives who has 3+years of experience in medical simulation. Prior lead or supervisory experience required.

Project Manager, Anti-Oppressive Programs and Curriculum

Apply here: Project Manager, Anti-Oppressive Programs and Curriculum

At UCSF’s School of Medicine, diversity is a critical component of institutional success and has been a driving value of the institution for decades. Medical Education is looking for a leader who brings diverse experiences in project management, business process analysis, and resource management. The Project Manager, Anti-Oppressive Programs and Curriculum will independently use and apply a wide range of project and resource management skills to  manage the UCSF Medical Education anti-oppressive programs and curriculum. The Project Manager will work across teams of faculty, students, and staff to achieve these goals through applying in-depth knowledge and experience in project management and diversity, equity and inclusion projects that impact the entire organization or programs external to the organization. The incumbent operates in a highly visible, politically sensitive, complex and evolving arena of medical school including, medical student support, curriculum and faculty development. Uses advanced professional concepts and objectives to address and resolve complex policy or program issues.

Simulation Technician

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The simulation technician supports professional health education program learners within UCSF Kanbar Center for Simulation and Clinical Skills. Coordinates program operations, which include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, and learner scheduling. This position is responsible for technical operations and teaching support and will be required to apply many unique skills and knowledge including; clinical, computer and simulation technology for multiple disciplines. The center serves all five health professional schools at UCSF and provides learning opportunities across the continuum of health professions education.

For a complete listing of other education positions offered across the UCSF Campus, please visit the UCSF Job site and search either by key word or by job category for “education” to find education-related positions.