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NYU Langone Health System Associate Director of Undergraduate Medical Education, NYU LANGONE HEALTH in New York, New York

The Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Team is seeking a highly committed, energetic, and organized faculty member to join the Division of Undergraduate Medical Education in the 2022-2023 Academic Year. The department's division of UME plays a vital role in the development of medical students and future physicians, including Emergency Medicine physicians. We have the unique opportunity to make a positive and enduring impact on medical students, and often serve as the "face" of our specialty to students and the institution.

The associate director will work with team members (two Co-Directors and Program Administrator) and liaise with PEM UME Director to develop, design, and implement all components of the medical education program using internal course learning objectives and NYUGSOM adopted Program Learning Objectives. The responsibilities of this position will include clerkship administration, curricular development, teaching, mentoring, and student advising.

We are looking for someone who is hands-on, personable, proactive, and able to work with the other team members. We are a small and tightly-knit team that welcomes enthusiasm, organization, and adaptability in order to continue to run our highly successful medical student rotations along with a multitude of other student programming including, but not limited to: the Underrepresented Students in Medicine Summer Fellowship, Emergency Medicine Interest Group, and individual EM-bound student advising. The position will come with dedicated time commensurate to educational responsibilities.

Interested persons should send a CV and Cover Letter to: and by FRIDAY, MAY 20th. Application files will be reviewed by the UME Team, who will interview select candidates. Anticipated start date is July 2022. Thank you for your interest and support of our student learners!


(Please note these are joint responsibilties for the team, and do not represent an inculsive list)

Emergency Medicine Selective (monthly)

Teach and continually update/revise content:

Monthly orientation sessions

EKG, wound repair and orthopedic workshop

How to think like an EM doc SIM orientation session

ACS and Trauma high fidelity SIM sessions

Case-based learning lectures

Precept final case presentations

Create, distribute, evaluate final exam

Administer PRIMES mid-clerkship feedback session with each student

Help with student final assessments (review shift feedback, exam, professionalism) - to be reviewed in accordance with core EPAs

Coordinate PEP and virtual discharge programming

EM Advanced Elective - May through October

Review and accept VSLO applications on a rolling basis

Hands-on teaching for case based didactic sessions, SIM sessions - content to be continually updated and refreshed

Help coordinate meet and greets for students with faculty leaders and residents

Help coordinate URM stipend application logistics

Write Standard Letters of Evaluation (SLOEs) for each student after collating all shift mentor and preceptor feedback

Help maintain communication with students (with the GME division) throughout the residency application process to aid in recruitment efforts

NYUGSOM Students

Recruit and introduce preclinical students to Emergency Medicine: career night, info/ recruiting sessions, town halls, 1:1 meetings

Continue to help update EM chapter in OME career advising iBook

Advise students in EM scholarly concentrations

Mentor EM-bound NYUGSOM students:

1:1 meetings throughout MS3 and MS4 years

Application and rank list advising

PS and CV review, interview practice

Faculty advisor for Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG) - help plan, budget and facilitate monthly didactic sessions

Summer Fellowships (URM and NYU)

Advertise, recruit for fellowship, review applications for 10 fellowship spots

Organize administrative logistics, budget, venue reservations, Grand Rounds speaker, Epic access

Create robust month-long curriculum including shadow shifts, toxicology, wilderness medicine, climate medicine, NYC events

Recruit resident directors and mentors

Office of Medical Education and NYUGSOM

Continue to interface with the institution and Medical School through participation in clerkship director's meetings, task forces, ICI teaching, communication with deans.

Graduate Medical Education

Mentor residents for projects, publications (e.g. EMRA Trauma Guide, CORD presentations)

Direct EM UME senior chiefs in UME activities

Candidate must be Board Certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine

Ideal candidate will be a seasoned emergency medicine educatorand a proven track record of educational accomplishments in an academic medical center.

Ability to create curriculum and build collaborative relationships across the hospital system is strongly desired.

Additional formal training and experience with program development, scholarly activities, educational leadership experienceis desired

We require applications to be completed online.

NYU Langone Medical Center is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, military and veteran status, genetic information or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision.