Medical Education Intern

internship - part time, paid

Utah System Of Higher Education
Salt Lake City, UT
Closed
Posted 62 Days ago
Utah System Of Higher Education
Salt Lake City, UT
internship - part time, paid
Posted 62 Days ago
Closed

Description

Utah Medical Education Council Intern (649-747) Tracking Code 649-747 Job Description Utah Medical Education Council Interns About UMEC The Utah Medical Education Council (UMEC, www.utahmec.org ) was created in 1997 with the mission to conduct healthcare workforce research. UMECs mission includes advising on Utahs medical workforce needs, influencing graduate medical education (GME) financing policies, and working with state legislators, schools of medicine, and numerous healthcare organizations to ensure that Utahs healthcare workforce is sufficient to serve Utah communities. What Does the UMEC Intern Do ? We are looking for two part-time interns to work on several projects. The first intern will spend 10 hours per week working on an assigned project around clinical placement and preceptorship with senior leadership from a local healthcare system. Another 10 hours per week will be spent supporting UMEC staff with various projects related to our work. The second intern will primarily work on updating one of our healthcare workforce profession supply studies. This work will include updating survey instruments, managing data collection process, and data entry. This intern will also handle analysis of collected data, building of data visualizations and producing a written report, workforce projections and presentations of work to an advisory committee and to our Council. The interns will assist staff with other projects as needed based on skill and interest. Possibility for work on more advanced data wrangling and data modeling projects depending on time and ability. Skills: Ability to organize data and translate it into useable information in the form of succinct written text, analysis and data visualizations required. Work experience or classroom knowledge of data collection and analysis using SPSS, Microsoft Excel and Tableau data visualization software or similar programs required. The following skills are not required for either position but preference may be given to candidates also familiar with data analysis in R, building queries in an SQL database or data modeling using Python. Qualifications: We would prefer students that can use this project as part of an internship requirement for a college program. Public policy, public administration, public health or healthcare administration students with information systems or business analytics experience preferred. Work Schedule: Time commitment requiredis a minimum of 20 hours per week, Monday through Thursday for one year. This is a part time position with a flexible schedule. Compensation: Pay range is $15 to $17 per hour depending on the incumbents skills & qualifications. Education: Student working toward a bachelors or masters degree in a related field preferred. How to Apply : To apply please go to the bottom of the current web page,under APPLY select NEW RESUME/CV or EXISTING RESUME/CV. To be considered please complete a profile and upload the following documents as one attachment. Cover Letter and Resume. 3 Professional References. Once you have completed the electronic application your information will be saved.You will be able to revisit the website and apply for future positions using your email address and password.You may also upload an updated resume or edit your profile as needed.This internship may remain open until filled. The Utah System of Higher Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Location Salt Lake City, Utah, United States Position Type Intern Salary 15.00 - 17.00 USD

Skills

research, public health, data analysis, data entry, data collection, microsoft excel, leadership, higher education, public policy, medicine, presentations, python, medical education, sql, business analysis

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