PRECLINICAL MEDICINE LEAD
Available: 2 Vacancies
Understanding the human body and how the environment interacts with it is critical to being able to make rational health decisions. In our community, we depend on experts of the human body, doctors, to guide us in our quest to lead healthy and productive lives. However, training to become a doctor can be a long, arduous and at times confusing journey. Our Medicine Program is designed to support the next generation of doctors through tailored tutelage and mentorship, so as to ensure that they are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills to be able to consult on the health of the broader community to the highest standards. Delivered by outstanding pre-medical and medical graduates through their own generosity of spirit, our Medicine Program operates on a pays-what-you-can model, with all profits going to a designated cause committed to advancing a specific SDG at the end of the year.
The Preclinical Medicine Lead works with the Director of the Medicine Program to spearhead the development and delivery of the Preclinical Medicine tutoring program.
Role and place within the organisation
The Preclinical Medicine Lead works under the supervision of the Director of the Medicine Program and is part of the Operations Division of the organisation.
Position duties and responsibilities
Develop the structure of the Preclinical Medicine tutoring program
Recruit, manage and support Preclinical Medicine team members and support them in achieving their specific duties, including content creation and program delivery
Communicate regularly with the Director of the Medicine Program to ensure achievement of the program’s long-term goals
Chair all Preclinical Medicine team meetings
Attend all Preclinical Medicine team meetings, Medicine Program meetings and Operations Division meetings as required
Liaise with external stakeholders regarding the Preclinical Medicine program as required
Serve as a good ambassador for Teaching For Impact (at events, online, and in the community)
Identify issues within team, program and division and either address or escalate as appropriate
Senior medical student or recent medical graduate, with a demonstrated history of academic excellence
Commitment to the role
Excellent time management and organisational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience of working within and/or leading a team
Willingness to work respectfully within a team environment
Genuine passion and interest in education and the sustainable development of our planet
Willingness to put in extra effort when required
What you get out of it
Opportunity to pioneer an innovative Preclinical Medicine program to facilitate meaningful change for aspiring medical practitioners across Australia, especially those from a disadvantaged background
Opportunity to be part of a growing youth-led, not-for-profit organisation
Opportunity to connect with passionate, like-minded individuals from a range of disciplines
Opportunity to contribute to the achievement of the SDGs
Experience leading and managing a small- to medium-sized team
Formal recognition of your contribution at the end of your tenure and opportunity to acquire strong references for future job and volunteer applications
All interested applicants are to submit a Google Form application by 11.59 PM, Wednesday 16 December 2020.
Interviews will be held for suitable candidates from Friday 18 December 2020 to Sunday 20 December 2020.
Suitable candidates are to attend the interview at the specified date and time
Interviewee will be assessed on core qualities including leadership commitment, passion, organisational skills and time management.
Failure to attend interview will result in an unsuccessful application