Chief of Staff
The Chief of Staff serves as a senior and confidential advisor to the Dean and other executive leaders of the Carle Illinois College of Medicine regarding all aspects of the medical college. The incumbent will lead or oversee a variety of strategic, executive, administrative, and operational activities across functional areas of the College. The incumbent will also provide organizational assessments and consultations, develop recommendations, and direct or coordinate the development and implementation of initiatives to advance strategic priorities and to optimize integrated operations and communications within Carle Illinois. The College’s Project Management group will report directly to the Chief of Staff to advance strategic and operational imperatives.
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 email@example.com.
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.
Peer Educators support the educational mission of the college by staffing the Carle Illinois Tutoring Program and by supporting students with learning content relevant to the Carle Illinois curriculum.
Duties and Responsibilities
The primary responsibility will be to work with CI Med students on learning material that the Peer Educator has completed successfully. This includes students from earlier cohorts as well as peers when the focus is on content from coursework already completed (e.g., supporting peers with a clerkship that has already been completed successfully). The duties include:
· Tutor students as needed in individual and group sessions
· Hold regular office hours, especially for topics such as anatomy, pharmacology, histology, and/or quantitative science
· Plan and conduct group review sessions
· Assist students with clinical skills development
· Attend tutor program meetings and training sessions as requested
· Maintain documentation of tutoring sessions and submit timesheets in a timely fashion
· Engage in evaluation of the Tutoring Program, including the self-evaluation process
· Maintain communication with director of Tutoring Program, Dr. Rob Wallon, about availability and any issues experienced while tutoring
· Other duties as assigned
· Must be a current medical student in good academic standing
· A record of successfully completing coursework in the Carle Illinois curriculum
· A record of demonstrating professionalism
· Strong written and oral communications skills
· Strong organization skills
· Teaching, advising, and/or mentorship experience
Rate of pay is $20.00/hour. Graduate hourly positions do not receive benefits or a tuition waiver. The time commitment varies based on demand and your availability (the potential range is from 0 hours per week to no more than 20 hours per week during peak periods). The position is intended to be flexible to enable you to prioritize your own studies and to accommodate travel for conferences, research, interviews, etc. The anticipated start date is June 28, 2021, or as soon as possible after an initial training session. We are seeking to add 3-6 individuals to the tutoring team.
Work locations may include on-campus and local clinic/hospital sites as well as virtual meetings (e.g., via Zoom).
Email Dr. Rob Wallon (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief statement of interest and a resume. For fullest consideration, submit your application by May 14, 2021. Interviews will be scheduled with finalists.