Health Professions Education Specialist II
To Apply: View requisition details and Reference ID #49627BR
The Faculty Development Coordinator works under the general direction of the administrative director and closely with the faculty development manager and faculty director of Research and Development in Medical Education (RaDME) programs to support the mission of using a scholarly approach to develop educators and advance educational research across health professions education through educational skills workshops.
OFFICE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION / CENTER FOR FACULTY EDUCATORS
The Office of Medical Education (OME) promotes academic excellence across the continuum of medical education through faculty development and educational research; learning technology and instructional support; program and learner evaluation; institutional reporting on education; and accreditation and institutional policy for the 26 academic departments located in San Francisco and Fresno that make up the School of Medicine.
The Center for Faculty Educators (CFE) is a unit within OME comprised of at least six staff who provide administrative services to the Academy of Medical Educators (AME), faculty education researchers and developers in Research and Development in Medical Education (RaDME), and support for volunteer faculty educators in the School of Medicine. The CFE supports the faculty of AME and RaDME as they focus efforts on developing and mentoring educators, providing leadership and service, and leading collaborative educational research.
- Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training
- Two to three years of experience in project/program management
- Basic knowledge of relevant policies and regulatory requirements. Basic knowledge of health professions education industry
- Basic knowledge of administrative analysis and operations research. Acquiring skills in developing and implementing processes and systems
- Excellent organizational skills, analytical, and demonstrated attention to detail. Ability to work with extremely complex faculty calendars / schedules requires extremely well organized and detail oriented precision
- Investigative, data analysis, and reporting skills. Ability to generate computer reports, checking for errors, correcting and submitting accurate reports. Skills include entering, maintaining, extracting, and analyzing data in electronic systems
- High level of proficiency using MS Office: Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio
- Ability to manage multiple projects and the various components for each project
- Communication skills; includes verbal, written and active listening. Service oriented and responsive to questions and requests. Ability to interact in a professional, resourceful, and courteous manner
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to develop working relationships within department and with learners
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Head of Foundational Medical Sciences Curriculum for the Joint Medical Program (Associate Health Science Clinical Professor)
To Apply: View details and Reference ID JPF#01678
The School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, seeks to recruit a faculty member as the Head of the Foundational Medical Sciences curriculum in our Joint Medical Program, with a potential start date of July 1, 2018. Applications are invited for an Associate Health Science Clinical Professor position, which includes 50 percent guaranteed long-term salary support. Appointments and reappointment at the rank of Associate Health Science Clinical Professor are limited to a term of one year or less subject to renewal.
UC BERKELEY JOINT MEDICAL PROGRAM
The UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program is a joint degree program in which students earn a UC Berkeley MS in Health and Medical Sciences over 2.5 years while concurrently pursuing their pre-clinical medical curriculum towards their UCSF MD. After their 2.5 “pre-clerkship” years at UC Berkeley where they earn their MS, students transfer to UCSF for the final 2.5 “clerkship” (hospital and clinic-based) years of their medical education and where they earn their MD. When enrolled at Berkeley, students are based at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. As the only medical school in the United States embedded within a school of public health, the JMP trains physicians to not only master the biomedical model for health and disease, but also to understand the contemporary psychological, social, cultural, political and bioethical contexts of health and disease. The JMP is a novel, model interdisciplinary program of medical education, combining rigorous scholarship with professional training, using a small group, problem-based curriculum for learning foundational medical science. The students spend their 2.5 JMP pre-clerkship years at UC Berkeley as both full-time graduate students and medical students pursuing a curriculum with three arms. The medical curriculum has two arms: 1) an integrated ProblemBased Learning (PBL) foundational medical sciences curriculum and 2) a clinical skills and community-based clinical curriculum, Patient Care & Clinical Systems (PCCS). The third arm is the MS curriculum, which allows students to earn a thesis-based Master of Science in Health and Medical Sciences.
At the time of application, candidates must have a medical degree from an accredited institution, be board-eligible in an American College of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-recognized medical specialty, have a documented record of curriculum development, and experience teaching medical students foundational medical science material. A PhD in a basic science discipline and experience in medical educational research are preferred but not required. Evidence of excellence in clinically relevant teaching, scholarly or creative activity, and University or public service will be essential for advancement in this series (Health Science Clinical Professor). Candidates should submit a cover letter, up-to-date curriculum vitae, statement of curriculum development and/or medical education research, statement of teaching (including experience and teaching philosophy), a statement of contributions to diversity (brief statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or service) and three publications via UC Berkeley’s online application. In addition, please provide contact information for three referees. We will contact your referees only if you are a finalist for the position, and we will seek your permission before doing so.
Please apply here: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01678
Please direct questions to Julie Niedermayr at [email protected], referencing job number JPF#01678.
All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. Please refer potential referees, including when letters are provided via a third party (i.e., dossier service or career center), to the UC Berkeley statement of confidentiality (http://apo.berkeley.edu/evalltr.html) prior to submitting their letters.
Equity and Inclusion Program Coordinator
To Apply: View details and Reference ID 48746BR
Within the Student Experience Team, the Equity and Inclusion Program Coordinator serves as the primary advisor for community-based student groups. The individual provides advising, leadership development, and mentoring to students engaged in these groups and is primarily responsible for developing and implementing school-wide diversity programming and serves as a liaison to campus colleagues in the Multicultural Resouce Center, Student Life, and other key units.
ADMISSIONS & STUDENT EXPERIENCE TEAM
The Admissions and Student Experience Team (AsSET) are responsible for attracting, selecting, matriculating, and supporting every medical student on her or his path to successful development into the 21st Century UCSF Physician. This team works to align UCSF’s learning environments with our values and promises to promote every student’s professional identity formation through building community and cultivating success for all.
As a part of AsSET, the Student Experience Team (SET) ensures that systems are in place:
• To cultivate a sense of belonging and being known for every student through mentoring, advising, community-building programs and organizational support for all students, whole classes, and subpopulations across classes
• To provide enhanced support services for student wellbeing, UIM students, first generation students, students from socioeconomically or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds, and students with disabilities
• To provide the resources, structures, and support necessary for students to transform into the 21st Century UCSF Physician.
SET ensures that every student’s experience with those systems is outstanding and works to cultivate ideal professional identity formation as students develop competence in the knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and attributes needed by the 21st Century UCSF Physician.
• Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training
• Five to seven years of experience working in education, diversity, or related areas
• Advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques
• Advanced knowledge of Student Affairs / Student Life specialization
• Experience in the development and delivery of presentations, workshops, and small group facilitation
• Knowledge of social justice and multicultural foundations/theories to guide work
• Event planning skills –organizing, logistics, and execution of small, medium, and large scale events
• Skills in judgment and decision-making, problem solving, identifying measures of system performance and the actions to improve performance
• Advanced abilities in project management, problem identification and reasoning skills
• Advanced ability to develop original ideas to solve problems
Faculty Director, Career Advising Program
- Please send your CV and a brief one-page letter summarizing your interest, qualifications, and experience to DoQuyen Tran-Taylor ([email protected]). For inquiries about the position, please contact Lee Jones ([email protected]), Associate Dean for Students.
- Plan for an in-person interview.
- Expect to be notified of a decision.
The UCSF SOM’s Career Advising Program is a 4-year program that spans from matriculation through graduation. The program includes a career exploration curriculum, counseling services, specialty and program data, and faculty career advisors.
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Students, the Faculty Director is a 0.4 FTE position responsible for developing and implementing curricular, career exploration services, and advising activities across the medical school curriculum. As a central member of the Student Experience Team (SET), the Faculty Director would work closely with SET staff, faculty advisors, and other key stakeholders to design, implement and manage the Career Advising Program.
SET is part of the Admissions and Student Experience Team (AsSET), which is responsible for attracting, selecting, matriculating, and supporting every medical student on their path to successful development into the 21st Century Physician. This team works to align UCSF’s learning environments with our values and promises to promote the formation of each student’s professional identity by creating a safe and supportive community that allows for exploration of personal and professional interests.
As a part of AsSET, the Student Experience Team (SET) ensures that systems are in place:
- To cultivate a sense of belonging and being known for every student through mentoring, advising, community-building programs and organizational support for all students, whole classes, and subpopulations across classes.
- To provide enhanced support services for student wellbeing, UIM students, including first generation students, students from socioeconomically or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds, and students with disabilities.
- To provide the resources, structures, and support necessary for students to transform into the 21st Century Physician.
Specific position responsiblities include:
- Review current offerings and career advising programs and recommend improvements.
- Evaluation and adoption of best practices in career development and match advising.
- The life-cycle of curriculum development from a needs assessment of career development and match advising to development and implementation, evaluation and revision.
- Develops and oversees the specialty advisor program.
- Provides faculty mentoring and support for coaches and career advisors.
- Collaborates with faculty and staff in various clinical departments to develop and implement curricular and advising activities.
- Engages in direct teaching, mentoring, and advising of students across the Bridges curriculum.
- Sits on all appropriate UC Committees that discuss curriculum to promote inclusion of Career Development and Match Advising within the curriculum, such as Student Experience Advisory Board, Career Launch Operations Committee, and ARCH Weeks Committee.
- Engages in continuous quality improvement processes and data analyses that provide guidance for short and long-term programmatic goals and result in the achievement of measurable outcomes.
- Prepares reports for UCSF senior officials and for regional and national agencies, including data used for statewide and national comparisons of medical schools, i.e. AAMC.
- Maintains robust scholarly activities including publications in peer-reviewed journals, poster and oral presentations at regional and national meetings regarding a broad scope of topics related to medical student Career Development and Match Advising.
- Provides oversight and contributes to the development of web-based tools for students to utilize.
- Assumes other responsibilities at the request of the Associate Dean for Students.
- MD degree required.
- Evidence of a minimum of 5 years of experience with teaching and/or advising medical students, including experience with curriculum development.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including demonstrated strong interpersonal skills advising students on complex and confidential matters.
- Displays demonstrable experience in being able to work independently and collaboratively with others.
- Demonstrates evidence of prioritizing tasks, multi-tasking and strong organization skills.
- Shows evidence of a commitment to mentoring and developing students, faculty and staff.
- Some leadership experience in an academic environment.