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  • Director URiM Student Suc, Chicago Medical School (North Chicago, IL)

    Duties/Responsibilities

    Director, URiM Student Success - Chicago Medical School
    *Track academic success and wellness of CMS URiM students from admission through graduation, including leadership development
    *Identify programs needed to support URiM students academically
    *Identify URiM students accepted to CMS before orientation, and holistically support them through the entire curriculum; serve as OEDI liaison for RFU Pathways programs
    *Serve as CMS faculty liaison to the CMS chapters of the Latino Medical Student Association and the Student National Medical Association
    *Supervise the training of URiM students to become mentors to other students
    *Measure the effectiveness of the diversity, equity, and inclusion outreach practices in leading URiM student and employee candidates to CMS application pools
    *Assess student success based on academic grades, Step 1 and 2 results, the achievement of desired residencies, awards, and honor society acceptance
    *Present research results at educational conferences and publish outcomes in peer reviewed scholarly journals
    *Collaborate with RFUMS Diversity and Inclusion to increase academic success of URiM students
    *Interact with RFU Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DDEI) and Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) offices to develop and implement effective diversity outreach practices to attract and matriculate underserved URiM students to CMS
    *Track success of URiM mentor/mentee partnerships
    *Liaise with RFU Institutional Advancement to utilize and maintain the URiM alumni database
    *Other duties as assigned

    Minimum Qualifications

    *Graduate of an accredited MD, DO, or DPM program or a PhD, PsyD, PharmD, DPT, EdD, or equivalent program
    *Experience working in medical education

    Preferred Qualifications

    Experience working in diversity, equity, and inclusion and with underserved and underrepresented in medicine students is preferred.