The School of Medicine is seeking a collaborative clinician educator to lead the Advanced Clinical Selective (ACS) course.
Dear School of Medicine colleagues,
Please share congratulations with Dr. Kathy Barnhouse for her recent selection as Co-Director of the Medical Science course in Foundation Phase. Her high-quality contributions to medical education at UNC positively influence all phases and all students – a truly exceptional commitment! We are grateful for her boundless energy and expertise. Thank you Dr. Barnhouse!
With Dr. Barnhouse’s new role, her position in the Individualization Phase as Advanced Clinical Selective Course Director becomes available. Please see the job posting below, and share widely.
Advanced Clinical Selective Course Director
The School of Medicine is seeking a collaborative clinician educator to lead the Advanced Clinical Selective (ACS) course. ACS is a required 4 week clinical course in Individualization Phase designed to further improve students’ clinical skills through enhanced observation and feedback. The Course Director is responsible for the overall design, management (including timely grading), integration, evaluation and enhancement of the course in alignment with the school’s educational objectives and policies. Attendance at monthly Individualization Phase meetings is required. In addition, all Phase and Course leaders in the School of Medicine are expected to obtain the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certificate within 18 months of appointment. Competitive candidates will be excellent clinicians who are well-organized and demonstrate strong skills in teaching, written communication, and oral communication. This position is funded at 10% FTE.
Please submit a Letter of Interest and your CV to Sarah Smithson (Sarah_Smithson@med.unc.edu) by 5pm on Friday, July 17.