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.
The Accreditation Manager is an integral member of the School of Medicine Dean’s Office and the Office of Graduate Medical Education (OGME). This position reports to the Director of OGME and will oversee all processes and systems necessary for the accreditation of GME programs and the sponsoring institution by serving as the principal liaison (and subject matter expert) between OGME and all relevant stakeholders, both internal and external to UCSF and the School of Medicine. This position will also have a key role as principal liaison between OGME and the ACGME. This position requires a high level of independence, outstanding written and oral communication skills, and the work is primarily self-directed and initiated. Performance is evaluated on the ability to meet goals and objectives within a multitude of tight deadlines. Ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with program administrators, program directors, and other colleagues both internal and external to UCSF is key to success in this position.
Anatomy Learning Center Manager
Medical Education seeks an experienced laboratory facilities manager with a diverse background and experience to manage our Anatomy Learning Center (ALC). This highly technology-enabled facility supports cadaveric-based anatomy instruction for health professions learners at UC San Francisco. The incumbent manages an educational facility, including general facilities maintenance, audio-visual equipment, and mobile technologies. The incumbent is responsible for managing human cadaveric specimens according to the University of California policy on using anatomical materials. Incumbent manages a financial recharge budget and collects revenue to cover all facility expenses, including long-term equipment and facility maintenance. The incumbent works with educational programs to determine the appropriate use of the facility for teaching, manages all facility scheduling, and oversees a laboratory technician. In addition to UCSF educational programs, the incumbent also works with for-profit companies who wish to lease the lab for continuing education activities. Must be able to address complex teaching modalities that involve up to 150 learners. Must be prepared to address ethical issues that arise from the misuse of human cadavers.
Conference Planner (EVENTS SPEC 3)
This position is designed to participate as an independently functioning team member in the provision of course planning, accreditation, execution, and close-out of live events and related CME/CPE activities. Conference managers are expected to have a breadth and depth of knowledge in multiple functional areas including event planning, continuing education accreditation processes, budgeting, hotel relations, abstract management, marketing, and grants.
Director of Admissions
The UCSF School of Medicine Admissions Office processes over 8000 applications each year. The Director of the Admissions office oversees the process of reviewing applications and interviewing applicants, manages the admissions committee, and coordinates the selection of a class of over 160 medical students each year. The Director also plays a central role in the continuing evaluation and improvement in all policies and procedures relating to admissions to the medical school. The Director will manage the recruitment and outreach efforts for the UCSF School of Medicine and will be a leader in the arena of medical school admissions by attending national meetings and recruiting nationally at undergraduate institutions. In the context of these activities, the Director will contribute to scholarly research designed to evaluate current procedures and establish best practices for the Admissions office. Finally, the Director is expected to provide statistical data and reporting on UCSF School of Medicine applicants.
Health Professions Education Supervisor 2
Oversees the administration and operations of health profession education programs which may include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, marketing and promoting activities, maintaining databases, and program accreditation. Develops, prioritizes and implements strategies that improve program quality, processes, and compliance.
Manager, Foundations 2 and Career Launch Curriculum
The Curriculum Manager of Foundations 2 and Career Launch manages two phases of the Bridges Curriculum overseeing the course and program requirements of 3rd and 4th year medical students. Foundations 2 (F2) is the 48-week phase of the UCSF medical student Bridges Curriculum in which students complete their core clerkship training with an emphasis on applying foundational sciences to patient care. The Bridges Foundations 2 Curriculum Manager will support faculty and staff in the development, implementation and improvement of the F2 curriculum. Foundations 2 activities include: Clinical Immersion Experiences (CIExes), innovative clinical electives; FS in F2, a longitudinal curriculum that integrates foundational and clinical sciences; and the core clerkships, currently organized in Thematic Clinical Blocks.
SJV PRIME+ Implementation Manager
In collaboration with SJV PRIME+ program leads and the three campuses (UCSF, UCSF Fresno, and UC Merced), the Implementation Manager focuses on the deployment and execution of new systems, processes, or solutions for SJV PRIME+. The incumbent is responsible for translating plans and strategies into actionable steps and guiding project teams through the actual implementation.
Sr. Admissions Officer
The Senior Admissions Officer is an integral member of the School of Medicine Admissions Team. The position reports to the Director of Admissions and is responsible for the evaluation of applicants to the School of Medicine. The incumbent manages the file review process and ensures applicants are notified in a timely manner. The incumbent serves as a liaison with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and updates information as needed throughout the year. This position also serves as the point of contact for the unique programs and provides guidance on applications.
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