TEACHING ASSOCIATE – MALE GENITOURINARY EXAM TRAINING
The Medical Education Office at the UW School of Medicine & Public Health has an opening for a Male Genitourinary Exam Teaching Associate (Male GU TA). Requirements include 21-55 year old man in good health, with normal anatomical findings. Must be comfortable having repetitive genitourinary/rectal examinations using own body in education process. Must have the ability to collaboratively work with colleagues. A period of training, orientation and probation is required.
Previous experience in training and/or teaching in the areas of health care, men’s health, sexuality or communication is preferred. Employment hours are part-time, scheduled based on availability and needs of program.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES: This position is responsible for evaluating and providing feedback to medical and other health profession students on medical interviewing skills concerning issues related to reproductive and sexual health. Utilizing one’s own body, this position provides clinical instruction and feedback in performing the male genital, urinary and rectal (GU/rectal) exams. This position is instrumental in assisting health profession students to develop a basic understanding of male health care by providing them an opportunity to practice a full genital/rectal examination, and by promoting education and discussion of preventative practices such as testicular self-examinations. This position works under the direction of the Male GU Exam Training Program Director, and is under the general supervision of the Clinical Teaching & Assessment Director.
COMPENSATION: $34.00/hour with annual increases depending on satisfactory performance.
For questions about this position, or to apply, please send resume and cover letter to:
750 Highland Ave
1184 Health Sciences Learning Center
Madison, WI 53705-2221
Email (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org
UW-Madison is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.