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.

Accreditation Specialist

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The Accreditation Specialist reports to the Accreditation Manager in the Office of GME and plays a critical role on the accreditation team, which is responsible for ensuring the School of Medicine and each of the more than 100 accredited programs maintain compliance with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, The Specialist partners with the Accreditation Manager and the faculty Director of Accreditation on all aspects of program and institutional accreditation as well as ensuring the more than 100 non-ACGME accredited programs comply with UCSF GME policy. The Specialist must be detail-oriented and function independently. Judgment, decision-making, and both written and verbal communication skills must be outstanding.

Data Visualization Designer

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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.

Director Graduate Medical Education

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The UCSF School of Medicine Dean’s Office seeks a candidate who bring diverse backgrounds and experiences to the role of Administrative Director of the Office of Graduate Medical Education (OGME). The director oversees centralized services provided to 208 graduate medical education programs across 21 School of Medicine departments that train more than 1,600 residents. The director is responsible for administering compliance and accreditation of all programs. The director manages a $68M budget jointly funded by the School of Medicine and UCSF Health. The Director represents UCSF as “management” during collective bargaining events with the residents’ union, explicitly serving as “management” in all labor-management meetings, adverse labor actions, and is responsible for overseeing contract implementation. As UCSF Health continues to acquire new affiliates, the Director negotiates and establishes the GME training requirements and agreements with these new affiliates and establishes Electronic Health Record access for residents training at these affiliate sites. The director reports to the Associate Dean for Medical Education and is responsible for implementing programmatic vision and strategic plan of the Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education. 

Education Coordinator

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This role also provides oversight and centralized coordination of clinical electives. The Education Coordinator will support the Clinical Immersive Experiences (CIExes), two-week electives that provide students in Foundations 2 the opportunity to broaden their professional development in health care settings different from those of the required core clerkships. The Education Coordinator will also provide general support for other components of the Foundations 2 and Career Launch curriculum as needed.

Resident and Fellow Affairs Specialist

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The Resident and Fellow Affairs Specialist reports to the Resident and Fellow Affairs Manager in the Office of GME and plays a critical role in ensuring 1,700 UCSF residents, fellows, and non-MD trainees as well as more than 400 visiting learners are able to particpate in activities required as part of their training, which includes providing patient care, participating in research, and participating in all other required educational activities. Under the direction of the Resident and Fellow Affairs Manager, the Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day appointment process, which is complex and high-risk. This role is integral to the provision of patient care and patient safety as the Specialist serves as the gatekeeper for residents and fellows to provide patient care at UCSF Health, SFVA, and ZSFG. The Specialist must be detail-oriented and function independently. Judgment, decision-making, and both written and verbal communication skills must be outstanding.

Strategic Initiatives Specialist

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Applies knowledge about curriculum, requirements and educational activities to coordinate professional health education programs. Coordinates and maintains program operations, which may include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, learner scheduling, maintaining databases, tracking learner compliance, and program accreditation.

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.