Special Requirements and Conditions
Must be able to lift up to 50 (fifty) pounds. Must be able to move task trainers around. Must be able to work in a team-based environment. Must be able to walk, sit, stand without limitations.
The Clinical skills Coordinator will be expected to play an integral role in the clinical skills center that will be training medical students in clinical skills. The coordinator will be working with and reporting to the Director of Clinical Skills.
Information provided below is a general description of responsibilities; it is not intended to provide an all-inclusive list of responsibilities and may change depending on the needs of CUSM.
- Provides administrative support to the Director of Clinical Skills and clinical skills team, in developing and implementing the clinical skills course.
- Prepares student schedules and publishes in canvas.
- Responsible for maintaining the equipment for the simulation laboratory and maintenance of laboratory inventory.
- Creates a checklist on the B line system and ensures the system is functioning before every clinical skills session.
- Monitors and assures appropriate standards of laboratory and OSCE room cleanliness, provides for equipment maintenance, repairs and replacement.
- Responsible for the scheduling of standardized patient.
- Assists the clinical skills team in organizing the clinical examination (OSCE).
- Prepares for the simulation sessions and skills session, arranges task trainers.
- Any other duties as may be appropriately assigned or required.
- Maintains office hours for students.
- Associates or bachelor’s degree.
- Excellent Excel Skills
- Good communication skills
- Good organizational skills
- Attention to detail
- Ability to learn and follow protocols
- Ability to plan and set-up skills activities
- Ability to maintain an equipment/supply inventory
- Ability to maintain all task trainers and other clinical skills equipment using appropriate protocols
- Knowledge of computer applications such as Microsoft office (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point).
- Experience in a higher education environment
- Experience in health professions education will be an advantage.
- Experience in working with students
- Experience with B-line or equivalent video system for OSCEs
- Knowledge of clinical skills operations/procedures i.e. use of task trainers and manikins.