Program Assistant Summer Intern - Family Medicine

Job description

Overview

NOTE:

 

**IMPORTANT: Your application will not be considered without an essay**

 

Complete the online application and include a short essay either in the "resume" field (the resume and essay should be uploaded as one document) or uploaded as a cover letter on your profile. Essay topic is listed below (Please include within your essay, examples from personal experience, observation, research, and or scholarship. The essay should be succinct and be your original work. It should also reflect an excellent command of English grammar, style and syntax. Maximum length 200 words.): 

Please write a short essay on ONE of these three topics:

  • What does it mean to you to be effective in an environment that values diversity, equity and inclusion?
  • In what ways has diversity, equity and inclusion shown up in your commitment to service at the national, regional, local, and/or institutional levels?
  • In what ways have you integrated diversity, equity and inclusion as part of your professional and personal development? And how have these engagements informed your approach to being a better scholar and professional?
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    GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION: 

     

    We pioneer novel programs devoted to clinical care, medical education, research and health policy in Family Medicine and Community Health, with a special focus on the health of populations who are most at risk. We foster partnerships and collaboration, enhancing and spreading innovations that improve health.

     

    This internship program will begin Monday June 7th and will end Friday, August 6th. The pay is $16/hour and the position is expected to be full-time over those 9 weeks. This will be a remote internship.

    Responsibilities

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    The Community Health team (FMCH) is responsible for coordinating several community health educational activities.  The Program Assistant Intern will provide support to the Community Health team by:

    • Interviewing medical students and faculty to document work on community projects
    • Researching and updating the Community Health online resource materials
    • Preparing student database and materials for fall programming
    • Writing and designing promotional materials and documents
    Qualifications

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Candidates pursuing bachelor’s degree or recent graduates
    • Related experience preferred
    • Must be reliable and able to set consistent work hours
    • Ability to use standard office tools and software (MS-Office)

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

    • Background/interest in web design and learning to use Episerver
    • Background/interest in database design and learning to use Qualtrics
    • Interest in community engagement and public health
    • Demonstrated good presentation skills or interest in learning presentation skills

     

     

     

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    Job No:
    Posted: 4/27/2021
    Application Due: 4/26/2022
    Work Type: Full Time
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