1) Serve as the staff support for the Pritzker School of Medicineâ™s career advising program.
2) Provide support to the Dean of Students, the Director of Preclinical Advising, the Director of Medical Student Performance Evaluation, and 8 faculty Career Advisors in organizing, implementing, and evaluating programs and activities to support medical student career exploration.Â
3) Manage the development of the Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE) for all graduating medical students. Â
4) Serve as the staff support to expand the range of services and programs offered through these student life organizations.Â
5) Support the development of key communications with students (both current and prospective) by providing oversight of digital communications (including website) and print communications in collaboration with staff from key areas, including admissions, multicultural affairs, and student affairs.Â
1) Must possess sound judgment and tact in handling confidential issues in working with faculty, students, and administrative staff. Â
2) Ability to function independently and proven record of excellent professional judgment. Â
3) Must possess outstanding writing skills, outstanding personal judgment and discretion, and strong organizational skills to ensure timely response and effective communications. Â
4) Must have the ability to execute effective presentations. Â
5) Ability to set and maintain a standard for a high volume of productivity in a fast paced environment and be able to meet deadlines. Â
6) Must possess a high degree of accuracy with attention to detail and the ability to effectively prioritize multiple tasks. Â
7) Must demonstrate the ability to work successfully as a member of a team with both faculty and staff. Â
8) Must demonstrate working knowledge of word processing, data analysis and spreadsheet programs.
9) Â Strong ability in website management.
10) Ability to learn new technologies and tools.Â
1) Experience with website development, social media, and brand management.
2) Experience with event development and management.
3) Must have a high capacity for critical and strategic thinking.
2) Cover Letter
3) Business writing sample
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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