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.

Assistant Director, Student Programs

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The Assistant Director of Student Programs oversees the curricular advising program and student support operations. Through the work of three staff they supervise, the Assistant Director is responsible for social programming, academic activities, academic remediation and support programs, career advising, and supporting students in the residency application process. The Assistant Director collaborates with faculty and school leadership to integrate student services and the curriculum. The Assistant Director develops, prioritizes, and implements strategies that improve program and curricular quality, processes, and compliance.

Diversity Belonging & Wellness Specialist

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The Diversity, Belonging, & Wellness Specialist serves as the department expert for DEI and Wellness initiatives. The incumbent collaborates with faculty on curricular development through a DEI lens. Working closely with faculty, the Specialist develops DEI and wellness curriculum. The Specialist assesses learner needs, designs and implements solutions, and ensures continuous quality improvement for related initiatives and programs. The incumbent provides individual and small group advising, leadership development, and mentoring to community-based student groups, as well as school-wide programming to support diversity objectives and wellness principles.

Health Professions Education (HPE) Systems Manager

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UCSF Medical Education seeks a Health Professions Education Systems Manager who will a 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, which allows UCSF graduate medical education programs and the institution to comply with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, UCSF and UC policy, and operational needs.

Learning Success Specialist

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The Learning Success Specialist serves as the department expert for learning resources, academic remediation, assessment, and accommodations. The Specialist collaborates with faculty to ensure that all tutoring, remediation, and licensing exam preparation programs are integrated with the curriculum. The Specialist partners with faculty stakeholders in these areas to assess learner needs, design and implement curricular solutions, and ensure continuous quality improvement. The Specialist manages learner support programs like peer tutoring, academic programs like USMLE Board exam preparation, assessment remediation, and student accommodations.

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.