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Evaluation Specialist, Undergraduate Medical Education, Dalhousie University

  • full-time position.
  • $66,445 – $89,012 per annum
  • hybrid work option
  • Close Date 02/29/2024


From the job posting:

The Department of Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) within the Faculty of Medicine, delivers an informative and challenging curriculum for the undergraduate and master’s students enrolled in the Medical School, which will prepare them for the next stage of their medical education. Reporting jointly to the Director, UGME and the Director, Reporting & Analytics, the Evaluation Specialist plays a key role in the UGME office’s planning, policy formation and decision making through the production, dissemination, and analysis of program data from various sources. The incumbent co-ordinates the program evaluation activities of the undergraduate and master’s medical programs to ensure these programs meet accreditation standards.
  • Design and oversee evaluation process for undergraduate and master’s programs to ensure timely, valid feedback, continuous quality improvement, and compliance to accreditation standards.
  • Coordinate design and updates of evaluation instruments.
  • Collaborate with faculty to ensure evaluation mythologies and reports adequately support program delivery.
  • Collect data and provide analytical feedback (using tools such as SPSS, N-Vivo, Opinio, One45, and others) for all MED years at multiple times throughout the year.
  • Conduct ad-hoc evaluations to further address issues arising from other studies. These evaluations are qualitative, such as focus groups, and quantitative, such as statistical analysis of institutional data sets..
  • Attend and support undergraduate medical education committees and co-chair Program & Faculty Evaluation Committee. Provide analytical and information support to committees and advise on sources of data, accuracy of data and methodology for access and analysis.

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