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.

Business Analytics Developer

To Apply: Business Analytics Developer, reference number 54651BR

The Business Analytics Developer brings strong knowledge in data visualization to a small analytics team, interacting directly with end-users to design processes, capture data, and develop metrics for the creation of elegant and user-friendly dashboards. This role will engage across the full development cycle including defining functional requirements, coding, testing, deploying, documenting, and maintaining individual reports and dashboards across several platforms. Along with seasoned experience in visual design, the successful candidate will possess a full understanding of industry practices, standards, and procedures for business intelligence analytics projects.

In addition to the core role as a dashboard developer, s/he will work in conjunction with team members to understand and prioritize business requirements and infrastructure needs. Work includes analysis and design to post-deployment processes, quality assurance, maintenance, and documentation.

Business Systems Analyst

To apply: Business Systems Analyst, reference number 62075BR

The Business Systems Analyst contributes to the design, development and support of technology-based solutions for GME and UME medical education curricula and the key services provided by the School of Medicine’s Technology Enhanced Education (TEE) unit for Graduate Medical Education (GME) and Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) medical education through:

  1. the analysis of teaching and learning practices, processes and problems; 
  2. the analysis of complex business process and practice within Medical Education;
  3. the analysis of educational data in support of the TEE Data & Analytics team;
  4. the communication and collaboration with leadership and high level stakeholders in all aspects of educational delivery 
  5. the functional design and/or discovery of tools, processes, and methods intended to solve and support the outcomes of that analysis; and 
  6. the application of technology-based solutions and business practices aligned with the strategies and goals of the TEE.

The Business Systems Analyst fills a critical role by working closely with faculty and staff and students across all School of Medicine (SOM) departments, programs and committees, as well as campus technology stakeholders, to analyze needs and support learning environments integrating a variety of technology enabled solutions and tools to meet educational and curricular needs. The Analyst helps define and craft the design of both technical and business processes which clarify ‘as-is’ and ‘to-be’ activity and methodology for the educational enterprise. Solutions driven by the Analyst could include but are not limited to online course delivery systems, assessment delivery tools, virtual educational profiles and portfolios, classroom technologies, mobile learning applications and web-based multimedia and collaboration tools, as well as business process design.

The Business Systems Analyst has the proven ability to understand how a user interacts with a system, document those needs, and share these insights to drive design and development decisions.  S/he conducts user research, analyzes needs and helps evaluate technologies to support solutions for instructional and learning problems utilizing complex enterprise education technologies such as online course management, assessment and curriculum management technologies. 

The Business Systems Analyst acts as a primary communications point for instigation, discovery, and delivery of process improvements driven by TEE with its stakeholders, and acts as a key member of the analyst team. The Analyst provides guidance and leadership for product management, process discovery and analysis, and operational methodology within the team.

The Business Systems Analyst engages as a key member of TEE with Graduate Medical Education office, the TEE Business Analysis team, and the TEE Data & Analytics team, supporting, interpreting, and assisting in their day to day operations for the educational mission of UCSF.

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.

Coordinator, Curriculum Quality and Clinical Affiliations

Apply Here: Coordinator, Curriculum Quality and Clinical Affiliations

The UCSF School of Medicine (SOM) is one of the top five medical schools in the country, focused on developing physician leaders who will transform the 21st Century. The Coordinator, Curriculum Governance and Affiliations plays a critical role in advancing healthcare by coordinating the policy and continuous quality improvement activities of the school’s curriculum. The Coordinator works closely with the Associate Deans for Education and the Director of Program Evaluation and Education Continuous Quality Improvement to ensure that the curriculum meets accreditation requirements and is continuously improving to meet the needs of students, support faculty teachers. 

Responsibilities include working collaboratively with dean leadership and senior staff to plan meeting agendas, write meeting minutes, maintain databases, and plan implementation of new policies. The Coordinator ensures that the school has training affiliation agreements and Memorandums of Understanding with all educational institutions where medical students train and coordinates contract negotiations with the government, business contracts unit. 

The Coordinator also manages the recruitment and financial appointment of faculty education leaders. This role requires strong judgement, relationship building skills, and effective oral and written communication. The ideal candidate has a proactive and curious approach to analyzing and solving complex problems, is organized and demonstrates a strong attention to detail. The Coordinator enjoys cross collaboration and working with different teams of people. This role will collaborate frequently with UCSF’s other health professional schools. 

Curriculum Coordinator

To apply: Curriculum Coordinator, reference number 63093BR

The Curriculum Coordinator play a critical role in supporting the development of our future physicians by working closely with faculty to ensure students have a positive learning experience in the UCSF Bridges Curriculum.  The Curriculum Coordinator supports 2-3 courses per year, collaborating with faculty on a weekly basis to plan and implement courses. Responsibilities include overseeing course project plans, organizing faculty planning meetings and follow-up, managing student learning materials, schedules, and attendance via our online platforms, maintaining databases, and attending all course sessions to provide support. Coordinators must be well organized and demonstrate a strong orientation to detail. The Curriculum Coordinator role also requires strong relationship building skills and effective oral and written communication as coordinators interact frequently with students and faculty. The Curriculum Coordinator will also work closely with fellow coordinators on the Assessment, Curriculum and Evaluation (ACE) team to share best practices, support each other’s work and engage in professional development.

Under the direction of the Manager of the Foundations 2 and Career Launch Curriculum, the F2 Curriculum Coordinator will work closely with F2 and CL leadership to operationalize the curriculum support infrastructure for leadership, faculty, and students. The Curriculum Coordinator will maintain program operations, which include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, learner scheduling, maintaining databases, tracking learner compliance, and program requirements for Medical Education. The Curriculum Coordinator will communicate course expectations to students, troubleshoot any issues during F2/CL courses, and utilize technology to manage course logistics and operations. 

Education Coordinator

To apply: Education Coordinator, reference 63512BR

The Education Coordinator plays a critical role in supporting the development of our future physicians by working closely with faculty to ensure students have a positive learning experience in the UCSF Bridges Curriculum. The Education Coordinator supports 2-3 courses per year and the coaching program, collaborating with faculty on a weekly basis to plan and implement courses. Responsibilities include overseeing course project plans, organizing faculty planning meetings and follow-up, managing student learning materials, schedules, and attendance via our online platforms, maintaining databases, and attending all course sessions to provide support. Coordinators must be well organized and demonstrate a strong orientation to detail. The coordinator role also requires strong relationship building skills and effective oral and written communication as coordinators interact frequently with students and faculty. Coordinators will also work closely with fellow coordinators on the Assessment, Curriculum and Evaluation (ACE) team to share best practices, support each other’s work and engage in professional development.

Under the direction of the Manager of Student Assessment and Coaching Program, the Education Coordinator will work closely with course leadership to operationalize the curriculum support infrastructure for leadership, faculty, and students. The Coordinator will maintain program operations, which include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, learner scheduling, maintaining databases, tracking learner compliance, and program requirements for Medical Education. The Coordinator will communicate course expectations to students, troubleshoot any issues during the courses, and utilize technology to manage course logistics and operations.

Foundational Science Course Coordinator

To apply: Foundational Science Course Coordinator, reference number 61897BR

UCSF School of Medicine (SOM) is one of the top five medical schools in the country, focused on developing physician leaders who will transform 21st century health care.  The Foundational Science Course Coordinators play a critical role in supporting the development of our future physicians by working closely with faculty to ensure students have a positive learning experience and master the foundational science content covered in the first 18 months of the UCSF Bridges Curriculum.  

The Coordinators support 2-3 courses per year, collaborating with faculty on a weekly basis to plan and implement courses.  Responsibilities include overseeing course project plans, organizing faculty planning meetings and follow-up, managing student learning materials, schedules, and attendance via our online platforms, maintaining databases, and attending all course sessions to provide support.  The Coordinators must be well organized and demonstrate a strong orientation to detail. The Coordinator role also requires strong relationship building skills and effective oral and written communication as the Coordinators interact frequently with students and faculty.  The Coordinators will also work closely with fellow coordinators on the Foundational Science team to share best practices, support each other’s work and engage in professional development.

HPE Systems Manager

To apply: Systems Manager, Health Professions Education

The Office of Graduate Medical Education seeks a Health Professions Education Systems Manager who will bring diverse experience and background to function as a high-level, technical leader, designing and managing processes, providing consultation services, and liaising with internal and external stakeholders.

The Manager is a subject matter expert in graduate medical education, MedHub, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education requirements, and UCSF policies. The Manager works with faculty and administrative leaders from across the 20 School of Medicine clinical departments as well as stakeholders from Medical Education, UCSF Health, SFVA, ZSFG, and external vendors to determine how best to meet programmatic and institutional needs with technology; troubleshoot issues; effectively leverage MedHub; develop and implement policies and procedures; collect and manage data and reporting; evaluate user experience; and lead and engage in continuous improvement. In addition, the Manager works closely with the GME faculty director of Curricular Affairs to manage and deliver central GME curriculum across programs and departments as well as staff the Curriculum Committee.

The successful candidate has outstanding communication skills and in particular, the proven ability to communicate technical needs and issues; lead trainings and workshops; apply knowledge to provide consultative services; analyze problems and provide appropriate solutions; and effectively manage data and reporting.

Technical Integration Specialist 

To apply: Technology Integration Specialist, reference number 63213BR

The Technology Integration Specialist fills a critical role by working closely with faculty and staff and students across all School of Medicine departments, programs and committees, as well as campus technology stakeholders, to analyze needs and support learning environments integrating a variety of technology enabled solutions and tools to meet educational and curricular needs. These solutions could include but are not limited to online course delivery systems, virtual educational profiles and portfolios, classroom technologies, mobile learning applications and web-based multimedia and collaboration tools, as well as business process design.

This role supports the iROCKET helpdesk, working together with the TEE support teams to troubleshoot, support, and document technology-enabled business processes. The successful candidate will research, design and pilot emerging technologies to support educational innovations, and provide technology-based solutions for instructional and learning problems utilizing complex enterprise education technologies such as online course management, assessment and curriculum management technologies.