In a pioneering international initiative, Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) established Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q) with the sponsorship of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. WCM-Q offers two years of premedical studies, designed to prepare students for entry into the four years of medical curriculum. Located in Doha, Qatar, WCM-Q is in its 14th year of operation and is seeking a candidate for Simulation Education Specialist position.
The Clinical Skills Center (CSC) contributes to the education of medical students, residents and otherhealth professionals in-training by conducting training and assessment of clinical competence through the use of simulation.
The CSC has undergone extensive growth since its inception 10 years ago and is currently undergoing a major expansion that will result in double the number of clinical rooms and an addition of a hi-fidelity simulation suite. In alignment with WCM-New York, WCM-Q will implement an integrated curriculum from the upcoming academic year, thereby presenting even more opportunities to incorporate the use of simulation based education in the training of WCM-Q medical students.
As a member of the CSC, the Simulation Education Specialist will be responsible for working with faculty, students, staff and external stakeholders to plan educational programs, curriculum, services, equipment and supplies for simulation-based CSCactivities. This position is responsible for the design and piloting of scenarios, skills stations, and training sessions and the development of assessment tools at WCM-Q and in collaboration with external stakeholders. This position also serves as the technical expert in the use and maintenance of hospital-type equipment, simulation equipment, and AV/IT equipment used in simulation activities.
Participates in the provision of public services by assisting patrons with the use of library resources and services, circulating books from the collection, maintaining an environment appropriate for study, troubleshooting equipment problems, answering basic requests for information and referring other inquiries as appropriate. Assists with labeling and shelving of library materials. Provides clerical support for library projects. May be responsible for opening and/or closing the reading room.
Ensures that a consistent servicepresence is maintained in the Reading Room.
Acts as a first point of contact forpatron inquiries, either face-to-face or through a variety of other channels(telephone, email, web-based reference).
Assists users with basic inquiriesand refers others to appropriate staff.
Circulates items from the collectionto authorized users.
Maintains the order of the ReadingRoom collection and facilities.
Maintains security of the reservecollection.
Reports technical problems as theyarise.
Maintains a statistical account ofservice use.
Assists with processing librarymaterials as needed.
Searches for the availability ofresources in the Cornell libraries’ catalogs.
Performs other similar and relatedduties as required.
Job Role: Customer Service
Company Industry: Education, Training, and Library
Career Level: Mid Career