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PART TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY

Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) 

CEETL has just posted a number of temporary staff positions that will allow our center to further extend our support for faculty teaching online in the Fall. These positions will assist the campus community in the design and development of learning experiences that apply inclusive, anti-racist, and liberatory pedagogies in support of student success. 

People with MA degrees in Ethnic Studies and Asian American Studies, or who have taught in any department in the College of Ethnic Studies, will be especially suited to the 4 Instructional Designer positions. (These are full time positions, so they may not be compatible with current lecturer faculty maintaining entitlement, unless you can negotiate working beyond 100% time.)

CEETL is committed to the daily action of unity that supports justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. We welcome persons of all race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status. 

For a summary of the positions, please visit the Open Positions page on the CEETL website.

For more details and to apply, click on the links below or visit the SF State Career page.

CEETL Instructional Designer

[4 positions available]

CEETL Digital Media Specialist  

[1 position available]

CEETL Web & User Experience Designer 

[1 position available]

CEETL Communications & Outreach Specialist 

[1 position available]

American Hospital Association 

JOB TITLE:  Health Worker` 

JOB DESCRIPTION: 

*Receiving  items such as clothing, Medicines etc through the mail 

*Send out the items through the Post office to the list of disability homes,  local hospitals, and health care networks that would be provided to you in your city.

Requirement:

Flexible Schedule and a passion for humanitarian 

Weekly Salary 

(including miscellaneous):$400 

Other Benefits inclusive:

Interested Candidates should contact (singer.huz@gmail.com) for more information

RISING EDUCATOR PATHWAY SF

Building the next generation of Educators from and for San Francisco

Build community, learn new skills, delveop a plan to reach your career and educational goals

This program is for SFUSD Alumni of Color who want a future career in Education and Youthwork

If interested refere to our website: tinyurl.com/repsfinfo or reach out to our program coordinator Leslye Lugo at LLUGO@PEERRESOURCES.ORG

 

FULL TIME POSITIONS

UCSF School of Pharmacy Professional Opening

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Outreach & Recruitment Coordinator (Admissions Recruitment Specialist III)

August 2020

The UCSF School of Pharmacy offers one of the top-ranked Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programs in the United States. Our faculty members are known worldwide as leaders in pharmacy professional education and research. We, in turn, educate our PharmD students to be leaders and innovators in pharmacy practice, policy, and science. We teach them to be lifelong experts in the safe and effective use of medicines and to be effective members of health care teams alongside physicians, nurses, and others. Because of the quality of our program, the expertise of our graduates is highly prized. All students are eligible for licensure as a registered pharmacist upon graduation. The highly personal and individual attention we offer our students has resulted in exceptional retention and graduation rates. The majority of our students pursue, and are highly competitive for, postgraduate training or education in the form of residencies, fellowships, or advanced degrees. www.pharmacy.ucsf.edu

Preferred Qualifications:

To Apply: Review:

Outreach & Recruitment Coordinator (Admissions Recruitment Specialist III)

August 2020

The UCSF School of Pharmacy offers one of the top-ranked Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programs in the United States. Our faculty members are known worldwide as leaders in pharmacy professional education and research. We, in turn, educate our PharmD students to be leaders and innovators in pharmacy practice, policy, and science. We teach them to be lifelong experts in the safe and effective use of medicines and to be effective members of health care teams alongside physicians, nurses, and others. Because of the quality of our program, the expertise of our graduates is highly prized. All students are eligible for licensure as a registered pharmacist upon graduation. The highly personal and individual attention we offer our students has resulted in exceptional retention and graduation rates. The majority of our students pursue, and are highly competitive for, postgraduate training or education in the form of residencies, fellowships, or advanced degrees. www.pharmacy.ucsf.edu

Visit UCSF’s jobs website http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers and reference posting #: 55688BR Review of resumes will begin in late-August, 2020.

GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAMS

The USC Keck School of Medicine Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program that we hope you will share with students in your program. 

The Narrative Medicine program is a one-year (on campus) program designed to strengthen and to reshape the ways institutions and individuals understand the relationships among clinical medicine, public health, and social justice, as well as to reaffirm and learn from the intimate, interpersonal experiences of the clinical encounter.  

The MS in Narrative Medicine program is not only an excellent gap year option for pre-health students who have a strong foundation in the sciences, but it is also a unique opportunity for students in the humanities, arts, and social sciences who are interested in the ethical implications of narrative and storytelling for individual and community wellness and the clinical encounter between doctor and patient. 

The program will: 

• Provide practical experience in applying narrative medicine principles through community outreach and service, thus fostering the principles of social justice and inclusivity.  

• Train students to implement narrative methods in medical education, training, and practice, as well as in fields outside of healthcare. 

The Keck School of Medicine of USC MS in Narrative Medicine program is now available via the Progressive Degree pathway. 

Current USC juniors and seniors with a 3.2 GPA or higher may apply for the MS degree in Narrative Medicine via the Progressive Degree Program pathway. Please see Progressive Degree information attached. 

For those unfamiliar with narrative medicine, this Ted Talk by Dr. Rita Charon, founder and originator of the field, provides some insight.
https://youtu.be/24kHX2HtU3o?t=280 

Please visit our website at keck.usc.edu/narrativemedicine/ for more information. Email us at uscnarrativemedicine@usc.edu for more information and to sign up for future virtual information sessions. 

 

Thank you for sharing this opportunity with your students and colleagues! 

Fight on! 

USC Narrative Medicine 

Department of Medical Education

Keck School of Medicine of USC

University of Southern California

1975 Zonal Avenue - KAM 218B

Los Angeles, CA 90089

uscnarrativemedicine@usc.edu

https://keck.usc.edu/narrative-medicine-ms-program

Phone: 323-442-2501