| || 47277BR |
| || Course Coordinator |
| || 4389 Health Professional Education Specialist III |
| || UCSF Parnassus |
| || SCHOOL OF MEDICINE / DEAN’S OFFICE, MEDICAL EDUCATION |
| || Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm |
| || Days |
| || 8 Hours |
| || JOB OVERVIEW
The Course Coordinator of the School of Medicine Curriculum will support medical students in the clinics, also known as microsystems. They will manage the logistics of embedding students in the sites, problem solve issues that arise on a daily basis, advise and support the Site Directors, faculty coaches, and students. The individual will work closely with the school of medicine faculty to support the daily operations of the course curriculum as well as the work of students in the clinics. The Course Coordinator will work closely with clinical teams, along with coaches, to manage expectations and address student issues. Under the direction of the Manager of the Clinical Microsystems Clerkship (CMC) curriculum, the Course Coordinator of the Clinical Microsystems Clerkship for UC Health will work closely with the course leadership and Site Directors to coordinate and manage the learning experiences in the clinical microsystems. The individual will develop and operationalize the site support infrastructure for Site Directors, faculty coaches, and students.
The Clinical Microsystems Clerkship is a health system based experience in which first and second year medical students spend one day per week learning and developing skills in systems based practice and direct patient care. Students will be assigned to a clinic for an entire year. This longitudinal assignment will allow them to become part of the healthcare team, contributing to systems improvement efforts. During the clerkship, the students will engage in a variety of activities including classroom based patient care activities (such as clinical reasoning, history taking, oral presentation) in addition to activities that are useful to the clinic and will contribute to improved patient care.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE DEAN’S OFFICE, MEDICAL EDUCATION
The Assessment, Curriculum and Evaluations (ACE) Unit is the administrative team in the School of Medicine, Dean’s Office, Medical Education that operationalizes and directs the design of the MD curriculum, student assessment and program evaluation. Working closely with faculty and SOM Medical Education Deans, the ACE consists of several subunits that manage the day-to-day operation of curriculum design, implementation, delivery and learner support. The teams in ACE design, conduct, promote, evaluate, and support medical education programs in compliance with organizational objectives and nationally accepted accreditation standards and requirements. The ACE teams support learners in areas such as curriculum, teaching and learning activities, scheduling, core competencies, assessment, and evaluations. The ACE team coordinates all activities associated with ongoing administration of medical education programs.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.
| || • Bachelor's degree in related area and three to five years relevant experience and / or equivalent experience / training
• Demonstrated experience and documented excellence in oral and written communications skills; includes active listening and critical thinking
• Strong interpersonal skills. Actively cooperates and supports the work of others. Ability to work productively with anyone regardless of background; Empathetic and aware of impact on others; Strong problem solving skills to assist learners and resolve issues
• Thorough knowledge of educational software and platforms. Demonstrated ability to analyze and seek solutions to enhance the user experience
• Excellent organizational skills, analytical, and demonstrated attention to detail; Ability to complete work and meet established deadlines in an accurate and timely manner, and to manage short and competing deadlines
• Demonstrated ability to develop and implement processes and systems; Thorough knowledge of the administrative and operational implications in a program
Note: Fingerprinting and background check required. Effective March 13, 2017, all final candidate(s) for employment are required to undergo a background check.
| || • Master's degree in related area
• Thorough knowledge of data management, documentation methods used in investigating and presenting findings about the program. Skills include statistical analysis of data across databases and systems
| || N/A |
| || Full Time |
| || 100% |
| || The University of California San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information. |