Please consider this position posting for Curricular Representative for the Simulation, Experiential Learning, and Training (SET) Center. The application pool is open until January 7th.
Please consider this position posting for Curricular Representative for the Simulation, Experiential Learning, and Training (SET) Center. This is unique opportunity for physicians to assist with the development, implementation, and evaluation of simulation based medical education and work with the SET Center to support the implementation of the strategic plan. An ideal candidate is enthusiastic about simulation, committed to teamwork, has demonstrated leadership skills and educational methods/skills, is involved in active clinical practice, and has excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of the Translational Education at Carolina (TEC) curriculum is beneficial but not required.
Please consider applying if you are interested and want to learn more. Please spread this message widely as we want to ensure that we have a large and diverse applicant pool for this important position.
Responsibilities includes but is not limited to:
- Design, develop, coordinate and revise the immersive and simulation aspects of the phase curriculum, and clinical partners as requested
- Assist with logistics and operations of phase curriculum simulation-based educational training
- Identify opportunities for improvement, innovation, implementation, and integration of simulation technology into emerging areas
- Contribute to the development and implementation of strategic goals to achieve center accreditation
- Foster positive relationships with Phase Directors and assists faculty with the planning and execution of simulation activities
- Actively participate in training efforts
- Promote the interest of the SET Center by recruiting facilitators for the training pool
- Attend phase committee meetings and other assigned committee meetings regarding simulation and general curriculum development
- Promote positive communication and collaboration among support staff, faculty and administrative leadership
- Foster and supervise research activities through collaboration on innovative ideas, applying for grant funding, designing studies and reporting the results
- Conduct ongoing evaluation efforts to measure effectiveness of training activities
- Publish present findings at national and/or international conferences
- Coordinates orientation, training, and documentation for faculty, as needed
- Performs other such duties as assigned from time to time
- The Office of Medical Education will support the Representative at 10%.
Please submit a short Letter of Interest and your CV to Sofia Aliaga, Director of SET Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and Carrie Hoyle, Director of Educational Strategic Initiatives at email@example.com by January 7th, COB.