Medical Education Facilitator

The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking exceptional individuals to serve as a Medical Education Facilitator. This is a rare opportunity to join an enthusiastically engaged, multi-disciplinary group of academic scholars, health care professionals, and specialists in medical education at the intersection of engineering, biological, and clinical sciences. The Facilitator will guide medical students in case-driven, problem-based active learning experiences that integrate the basic sciences, engineering concepts, and clinical experiences in the first year and a half of the curriculum.

The full announcement can be found at jobs.illinois.edu.

 

Director of Clinical Skills

The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is the world’s first engineering focused medical school dedicated to delivering the highest quality experience for all students. The Director of Clinical Skills is responsible for ensuring that Carle Illinois students graduate with exceptional clinical skills, and specifically that they successfully demonstrate competency in the Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency.

Learn more about this position and apply.

 

Associate Director of Admissions

The Associate Director of Admissions provides leadership and oversight for the overall admissions process with primary responsibility for admissions related technological systems and process, management of communication programs for prospective students, and, operational management of the MD/PhD program. The Associate Director will also support recruitment efforts and special projects as needed. This position reports to the Director of Admissions.

The full announcement can be found at jobs.illinois.edu.

 

Seeking Individuals with Diagnosed/Fixed Heart Murmurs To Assist with Medical Student Demonstrations

The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking adult individuals (18 years or older) that have been diagnosed with a persistent heart murmur to participate in demonstrations with Carle Illinois students. Students will listen to participant’s hearts to recognize this condition in a non-simulated environment. Requirements: Individual must have a fixed/constant heart murmur that has been clinically diagnosed. Commitment: Approximately 1 – 1.5 hours per session; infrequent sessions, 2-6 sessions per year. Other opportunities may also be available. Scheduling based on participant availability. For more information please contact Melissa Quigg at mswain@illinois.edu.

 

Senior Human Resources Specialist

The Senior Human Resources Specialist supports the Director of Human Resources to provide leadership for HR operations and support across the College. Responsibilities include developing and implementing HR strategies, integrating HR best practices within the College, interpreting policies, and providing consultation and advice on a broad range of HR issues and concerns. This position will serve a primary role in recruitment and staffing, employment administration, and employment infrastructures. Initially the position will have a concentrated focus on recruitment and staffing, with re-distribution of effort anticipated after the first year.

The full announcement can be found at jobs.illinois.edu.

 

Simulated Patient

The Carle Illinois College of Medicine is seeking individuals from all backgrounds to perform the role of a Simulated Patient in the training and evaluation of medical students. Simulated patients are interviewed and examined (just as you would be by your family doctor) by male and female medical students. Simulated patients may see students on a one-to-one basis, or there may be a group of medical students working with the simulated patient in a controlled teaching session. Simulated patients will be trained to accurately and consistently recreate the history, personality, physical findings, and emotional structure and response pattern of an actual patient. We are not currently accepting applications for this position, but please check back periodically for future opportunities.

Learn more about the simulated patient position and view the FAQs.