Medical Simulation Jobs

Medical Simulation jobs are a unique combination of adult learning, clinical education, technology, leadership and facilitation. Below are featured and general healthcare simulation jobs shared by leading organizations around the world!

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Current Medical Simulation Jobs:

Featured Positions:

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Simulation Education Specialist:

At St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, part of Dignity Health, we provide a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. In addition to being a nationally recognized center for quality tertiary care, medical education and research, we’re consistently named an outstanding place to work. What’s more, AZ Business Magazine recognizes us as one of Arizona’s Most Admired Companies. So if you’re ready to join a healthcare organization that’s respected both locally and nationally, pursue the following opportunity:

In this position, you’ll help design and implement simulator-based educational/training activities to improve the overall performance of personnel providing medical care. This will involve developing simulated scenarios, troubleshooting operating systems and equipment, and identifying, implementing and managing hardware, software and multimedia resources that will enhance the operations of our simulation center. Bring your unique talents to our tight-knit team, and make a big impact on our future and yours.


  • A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • 5 years of professional experience related to medicine, nursing and/or emergency response

Preferred qualifications:

  • A master’s degree in a relevant field
  • Certification in simulation education
  • Current AZ RN licensure
  • Experience with AV simulation and scenario development software
  • Experience operating task trainers as well as low- and high-fidelity simulations/mannequins

We offer a competitive salary and a generous benefits package that includes comprehensive medical and dental plans, matched 403b retirement and pension plans, and much more. You also may be eligible for an incentive plan after your first year of service.

For more information, visit us at or contact Jackie Schierenberg at

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i-human patients

A featured job post this time from the award-winning i-Human, who were the Society for Simulation in Healthcare’s 2013 “Best in Show” company in the category of “small or entrepreneurial company”. The i-Human Patients Authoring System enables medical educators to create new simulated patient encounters (as well as derivative works of existing “Share & Share Alike” cases) using a point-and-click approach to content development.
More about i-Human:

i-Human Patients, Inc. is a privately held company founded by experienced entrepreneurs to transform worldwide medical education by giving students the ability to simulate comprehensive patient encounters using a cloud-based virtual patient service. Students interview virtual patients, perform exams, develop diagnostic hypotheses, order diagnostic tests, review test results, and develop treatment plans while getting online guidance and feedback from the system. Faculty can objectively assess individual and/or group student performance on patient assessment and diagnostic reasoning skills, and provide a learning tool that integrates clinical experience much earlier in medical education, making students better prepared for their apprenticeship training with real patients. In contrast to traditional, expensive mannequin and standardized patient (actor) approaches to simulation, IHP’s affordable service enables scalable, simultaneous training across an entire school whether in or outside of class, and provides students with the breadth and depth of patient encounters to better develop and refine their skills. By integrating basic science modules in a virtual clinical setting, our service further augments and accelerates students’ apprenticeship training.

IHP is currently working with medical, graduate nursing and physician assistant schools across the United States and fielding inquiries from around the world. This is an excellent opportunity to join a pioneering leader in the medical education industry at an early stage. The position offers substantial growth opportunities for a top sales executive who brings the required skills. Compensation, including stock options, will be competitive and commensurate with performance.

Company: i-Human Patients, Inc.
Title: Sr. Strategic Account Executive
Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas or Houston
Type: Full-time
Experience: Mid-Senior level
Functions: Sales
Industries: E-Learning, Hospital & Health Care, Information Technology and Services
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Open Call from I-human: We are looking for an exceptional sales executive dedicated to high performance, personal excellence and a strong work ethic, who shares our passion for transforming medical education and our commitment to teamwork.

Reporting to our Director of Sales, this position can be based anywhere in the Western or Southwestern U.S..

The primary purpose of this position is to establish relationships with medical and graduate nursing schools, and to sell our web-based simulated patient services to their administration, faculty and simulation lab staff on a consultative sales basis. Future products will extend customer relationships to other healthcare professional schools as well as large healthcare provider organizations, hospitals and health systems.

  • The ideal candidate will have previous experience within the Medical Simulation market, Medical Education and/or Academic Hospital/Medical Center sales, presenting to deans, department chairs, faculty, and simulation lab and/or IT staff.
  • Proven strategic account management experience based on consultative sales in multi-stakeholder decision process environments is critical.
  • 5+years of medical education, medical simulation, healthcare/medical device/medical equipment, or healthcare ITstrategic account management experience — establishing account relationships and penetrating accounts — is required.

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Desired Skills & Experience

  • A BS/BA degree required, clinical training (e.g., EMT, nursing, etc.) is a plus
  • At least 3-5 years prior consultative sales experience required; medical education or medical simulation preferred; healthcare/medical device/medical equipment or healthcare IT sales experience may also be sufficient
  • Track record of success in building relationships and sales required; experience presenting to deans, faculty, and simulation lab preferred
  • Experience demonstrating and selling sophisticated products/technologies, web-based medical education sales preferred
  • Must be able to learn various clinical academic structures, curriculum designs, and course layouts
  • Ability to identify client’s needs, communicate product benefits, while building lasting account relationships
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to professionally follow up, move forward/advance, and close opportunities
  • Must be well versed is solution based selling and creative closing techniques
  • Ability to construct, present and execute a Territory Business Plan
  • Excellent listening, presentation and communications skills
  • Ability to travel at least 30% of time
  • Demonstrated success working responsibly and effectively in home office environment and ability to travel independently
  • Effective time management, and prioritization skills
  • Strong computer skills (WebEx, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, CRM Programs)
  • Good driving, credit and personal records

The Sr. Strategic Account Executive will work with a team that has full operational responsibility for i-Human Patients, Inc.’s (IHP) worldwide activities. Initially, the territory will include a large part of the United States. Territory responsibility may be adjusted based on the number and timing of additional sales executives who will be joining.

Using expertise in medical education and simulation, healthcare information technology, relationship building and networking in the medical education market, the person in this position will focus on building new relationships and growing existing institutional accounts.

To learn more about this position visit the Job Page!

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Institution: Mount Sinai

Job Title: Director of Simulation Education
Job Location: NY

Careers at Mount Sinai: The Possibilities are Limitless Join our extraordinary new world of health care At the Mount Sinai Health System, our passion for excellence and entrepreneurial spirit is providing patients with the best care possible through groundbreaking research, advanced biomedical education and compassionate patient care. Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt, member hospitals of the Health System, are driven by a shared purpose to heal, teach and advance medicine for the benefit of our local neighbors and global community.

In regards to clinical Quality, Research & Education, people from all walks of life have benefited from the learning and medical discoveries pioneered at our hospitals. We offer a wealth of career opportunities to work with outstanding multidisciplinary clinical research teams, alongside physicians and MDs/PhDs at our highly regarded medical research institutes, centers, laboratories and other member hospitals.

We currently have an opportunity for a Director of Simulation Education to join our interdisciplinary team.

What We Offer:

  • A state-of-the-art Simulation Center with three training labs developed in 2007 that features sophisticated audiovisual (A/V) equipment & several cameras located in various positions to capture accurate and detailed images of all events recorded in the Simulation Lab
  • Several high-fidelity manikins and other task trainers and virtual simulators
  • Designated faculty and simulation center staff with years of experience and a strong commitment to high quality teaching and patient safety
  • An environment that promotes research in quality improvement and patient safety by leveraging technology, education and innovation

What You’ll Do:

  • Spearhead the development, implementation and evaluation of educational programming, and oversee and provide guidance for educational research projects at the Center for Advanced Medical Simulation (CAMS)
  • Promote excellence in teaching through respectful behavior, role modeling and serving as a simulation mentor to clinicians, staff and management team
  • Conduct research in simulation education, as well as collaborate with multidisciplinary faculty to develop innovative research in education including design of study protocol, identification of funding sources, assistance with collection and analysis of data, and reporting results of research projects
  • Work with the CAMS Director and leadership to provide short- and long-range comprehensive strategic and operational planning in support of the center and to refine priorities and implement policies, procedures and practice standards consistent with the mission and educational objectives of the center.

What You Need:

  • Master’s Degree in Education
  • 2 years of experience in simulation (preferred) • Experience in healthcare, higher education will be considered • Demonstrated leadership abilities and exceptional analytical and problem solving skills.

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General Job Listings:

Institution: Marian University

Job Title: Simulation Technology Specialist

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Operate and maintain simulation equipment, task trainers, computerized simulators, and virtual reality procedural trainers with the ability to follow medical aspects of scenarios, and make appropriate adjustments to technology systems.
  • Operate and maintain simulation-related audio-video recording systems.
  • Facilitate simulation training and provide feedback to the Simulation Director, Course Director and/or Medical faculty.
  • Create troubleshooting documents, simulator checklists, and preventative maintenance plans for simulation equipment.
  • Provide orientation of simulation center and equipment to novice faculty and learners.
  • Perform as the technical trainer and resources liaison in the field of simulation operations.
  • Possess a high degree of comfort with computer technology; high level interpersonal skills to work with clinicians and medical staff at all levels of medical care.
  • Provide tours of the simulation lab, providing technological demonstrate of the equipment.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Institution: Florida International University

Job Title: Sr. Teaching Lab Specialist

Location: Miami, FL

Job Summary

  • Provides structure and guidance to students during simulation.
  • Translates clinical practice into simulated scenarios relating to the simulations in current and real life experiences.
  • Educates on any introductory information for each scenario that may help the students perform better in the simulations.
  • Presents each scenario to the students prior to beginning, and clarifies information to the students.
  • Engages dialogue between the simulated patient and student, prompts students on important cues, and decides on objectives they wish to be completed during the simulation.
  • Leads discussion at the end of simulations. Answers questions students may have, and provides different perspectives for students to have different approaches to specific situations.
  • Encourages students to voice their experiences during simulation.
  • Encourages students engagement in active discussions.
  • Asks questions to students that will prompt them to think critically about scenarios, and further the discussion.
  • Maintains the group focused on the content of the simulation.
  • Monitors how well students are communicating with each other.
  • Facilitators make sure that each student is allowed time to give input into the discussion.
  • Assists students in considering a wide range of views when discussing the scenarios.

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Institution: Mayo Clinic

Job Title: Simulation Technologist

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Job Description
Assists the Simulation Center with activities surrounding simulation events, running all the simulation related equipment, performing routine maintenance on all Simulation Center equipment, assisting with data collection and documentation, troubleshooting technical issues, assisting with inventory management and supporting activities as assigned to maintain quality and effective simulations. Works closely with the coordinator and educator to produce high quality medical education events.

Basic Qualifications:
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a life science or healthcare related field with one year experience working in a direct patient care position within a hospital or clinical setting or an Associate’s degree in a life science or healthcare related field with three years experience working in a direct patient care position within a hospital or clinical setting. Computer skills required. Must be able to lift/carry a minimum of 25 pounds and push/pull a minimum of 50 pounds.

Other Qualifications:
Excellent teamwork and communication skills. Flexibility in work hours that includes off hours and weekends to support SIM Center programs/courses. Demonstrated good judgment and critical thinking skills when handling a variety of procedural and technical tasks with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Experience in any of the medical specialties would be welcomed, respiratory, surgery, critical care, GI, veterinary, imaging, orthopedics, EMT/paramedic etc. Experience in IT/AV also desirable. Previous work as a Simulation Technician or SIM Tech is preferred but not required. Veterinary Technician, CVT, LVT, Veterinary Assistants, and/or IT, AV professionals highly desirable.


Institution: Sidra Medical

Job Title: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician with a fellowship in Simulation

Location: Doha, Qatar

Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Simulation Physician

The Organization: Sidra Medical and Research Center is a brand new fully digital, state of the art facility located in Doha, Qatar. As a specialist center for women and children in Qatar, the Middle East and Worldwide, it will be a 400 bed facility that will set new standards for patient care, education and research. This ground breaking center will be the only level 1 trauma center in Qatar and will be ACGME International and JCI accredited. While providing world-class healthcare services, the center will also be an environment of learning for medical students and residents, encompassing cooperative national and international research.

The Role: As part of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine/Simulation team you will be working with world class physicians, nurses and allied health professionals in Qatar’s only level 1 trauma center. The simulation center will be led by an experienced team of simulation leaders , specialists and technologists, the Sidra Simulation Center will provide simulation education for all Sidra staff, affiliated medical students, relevant stakeholders as well as community members who care for women, children and their families. This world-class service reflects Sidra’s over-arching vision to become a beacon of learning, discovery and providing exceptional care for women and children in Qatar. The anticipated annual volume in Pediatric EM will be 200,000-250,000 including Urgent care will be a 13 bed area. There will be 58 total ED-beds including: 4 isolation, 4 trauma, 1 Critical care area with 8- 10 beds, 1 observation area with 16 beds, 18-20 exam rooms and 4 fast track.

The Candidate: Candidates who wish to apply for this role will have the following skills/qualifications;

• Fellowship/Specialist training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine

• Fellowship in Simulation or 5+ years experience

• Experience working in a busy emergency department

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Institution: West Coast University

Job Title: Manager, Simulation Center

West Coast University, a private university with the singular focus of educating health care professionals, is currently seeking Simulation Center Managers for our Los Angeles Campus and Anaheim Campus. This is an outstanding opportunity for a professional to join a growing university as we expand our academic programs in health care and related fields.


Reports directly to the Campus Dean, Nursing with oversight by the University Director, Simulation. The Manager, Simulation Center assists with the implementation of simulation activities in the training of healthcare professionals within West Coast University. The Manager, Simulation Center supervises the Simulation Center Specialist, Simulation Information and Technology Support, Administrative Assistant and faculty. Overall duties include monitoring and controlling daily operations such as equipment and supply inventory, and coordinating the training of faculty on the use of simulation equipment and principles of simulation learning. Facilitates community partnerships and integration of inter-professional simulation activities as needed. Ensures the collection of data and analysis to evaluate utilization of resources and student learning outcomes and assists with other special projects or initiatives in the use of various simulation modalities. Supports and facilitates all simulation center activities to maintain accreditation standards for simulation and the College of Nursing.


  • -Master’s degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university required.
  • -Current Registered Nurse License required.
  • -Must be qualified for approval by the Board of Registered Nursing as an Instructor in medical-surgical nursing, if applicable.
  • -Three to five years strong clinical experience in acute nursing patient care. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of human pathophysiology and the nursing process.
  • -Prior experience with human patient simulators and audio/visual equipment as well as Microsoft Office.
  • -Prior experience using instructional technology.
  • -Knowledge of computer hardware and software application relevant to simulator functions.

To learn more about West Coast University and apply for this exciting opportunity please visit our website:


Institution: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Southwestern Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery (SCMIS)

Job Title: Simulation Technician

Job Location: Dallas, TX

The Simulation Technician will assist the Center Coordinator with the technological and clinical aspects of simulation operations including:  scenario development, maintenance and repair of computerized mannequins, task trainers, planning, implementation, and evaluation of simulation activities.


The Simulation Technician must be experienced and capable of providing the following:

  1. Understand the use and operation of different simulator technologies ranging from anatomic models, task trainers, computer based simulation, full body high-fidelity patient simulators, virtual reality surgical simulators, and the DaVinci Robotic surgery system.
  2. Serve as simulator operator running pre-programmed scenarios with faculty instructors, assuring all equipment is set up for course programs.
  3. Supports/assists in role playing applications, props placement and moulage set-up.
  4. Set up and break down scenario environment (obtaining and returning scenario props when needed)
  5. Inventory and stock support supplies
  6. Operate audio-visual simulation equipment
  7. Back up operator for computerized simulators with the ability to follow medical aspects of scenarios and make appropriate adjustments based on participant actions
  8. Play standardized patient when needed
  9. Provide technical assistance, support and training to faculty, instructors and staff in the use of simulation equipment.
  10. Conduct ongoing maintenance of all simulation equipment, including cleaning and repairing, assuring that all equipment is maintained in good working order at all times.
  11. Interface with the equipment manufacturers regarding equipment troubleshooting and system problems.
  12. Web page design and maintenance.
  13. Data Management and entry.
  14. Assists faculty and the Program Manager with the development of new skills modules.

Website link: Search Jobs, Job ID #507959

Interested Applicants can email Deborah Hogg, SCMIS Manager, at


Institution: Central New Mexico Community College

Job Title:  CNM STEMulus Director, Health
Job Location:  Albuquerque, New Mexico

Under the general joint supervision of the Dean of School of Health, Wellness, and Public Safety (HWPS) and the Chief Community Engagement Officer, oversees Central New Mexico Community College’s (CNM) health care programs located at CNM STEMulus and HWPS, including but not limited to simulation training, continuing education units (CEU), American Heart Association training center programs and other training / conferences / workshops.  The Director is responsible for administrative functions for the program.  These duties may include, but are not limited to, serving as a liaison among the students of the program, the faculty, and the College administration, as well as direct involvement in the development of employability of CNM’s students within the community. This position will be responsible for the development of new and additional programs and community growth. Additionally, this position will be involved in College initiatives designed at strategic goal development for within HWPS, CNM STEMulus, and the community.

Responsible for the ongoing/yearly organization, administration, coordination, and evaluation of all aspects of the program. Responsible for outcomes assessment, accreditation, and program development. Establishes / develops and maintains effective community partnerships in support of CNM STEMulus programs and the health care simulations for students. Responsible for publicity, fundraising and high level tours for simulation and other programs intended for external users. Partner with HWPS and CNM STEMulus faculty and staff in the development of laboratory / simulation, CEU and various training learning experiences / opportunities and curriculum.

Responsible for the management of CNM STEMulus instructors and all HWPS simulation lab staff and work-studies. Provides leadership, direction, and support to assigned staff. Responsible for the management of the simulation lab operations, including but not limited to, development, maintenance, and enforcement of policies and procedures for all simulation programs that will affect staff, faculty, students and external customers. Responsible for maintenance and effective operation  of the simulation lab equipment including, but not limited to, LearningSpace, Pyxis medication system, and Gaumard / Laerdal / CAE high fidelity mannequins.

Develops the budget for the CNM STEMulus programs and HWPS simulation labs and community programs.  Oversees department budget, and monitors expenditures to ensure adherence to College policies.  Forecasts and controls expenditures for the department by projecting department needs, justifying requests, allocating funds, revising priorities, and monitoring expenditures. This includes equipment purchases and repairs/maintenance.

Actively prospects and leverages potential new business opportunities within the healthcare arena.  Cultivates strong, long-term relationships with key decision-makers within the health care industry and develops deep knowledge of potential client organizations.  Analyzes potential opportunities and develops marketing strategies to promote CNM STEMulus health care programs. These duties can include, but are not limited to, oversight of simulation projects with community partners, and developing goals for programs intended for external users.

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Job Title: Simulation Education Specialist
Job Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Under the general supervision of the Dean of the School of Health, Wellness and Public Safety (HWPS), this position is responsible for planning, designing, and implementing simulation-based learning for students in the health care professions programs, in collaboration with the faculty. This position manages, schedules, and coordinates the low to high fidelity simulation resources such as mannequins and computer simulations, conducts faculty development, and enhances student experiences through the use of the various simulation resources at the college.Consults with the faculty members in the various health care profession programs in HWPS to design simulation-based scenarios to meet the class learning objectives. Works collaboratively with faculty, staff, and students. Provides a safe environment for students in which they can make mistakes and learn from them. Sets up, operates and troubleshoots clinical simulation technologies and associated audiovisual equipment so that the simulation training can run smoothly.Designs and delivers various educational programs for faculty development in use of clinical simulation, debriefing, and assessment. Debriefs with the faculty and students after each simulated clinical experience to allow the student to have deeper understanding and synthesis of knowledge. Directs and assists with the set up and break down of the various simulation equipment needed for the various classes and activities.Ensures that instruction is consistent with national health care professional standards to assure skill and knowledge competencies of graduates of the health care profession programs. Provides controlled and structured clinical experiences for students so that standardized learning objectives can be met consistently with all students and trainees. Assists in the planning for replacement of existing equipment and the purchases of new technology. Helps systematize ordering and organization of simulation supplies.Designs education experiences for the community in collaboration with Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) Workforce Training Center (WTC).Serves as an educational consultant for inter-professional initiatives. Provides guidance for the lab manager, instructional technicians and information technology staff.Full posting on the web page.

Institution: Everett Community College

Job Title: Instructional Technician

Job Location: Everett, WA

Instructional Technician – Medical Simulation Lab
Everett Community College
Manage, operate, stock and schedule the SIM lab in Liberty Hall, EvCC’s new state-of-the-art Health Sciences Building.  Supervise use of the SIM lab, and develop assessment and data collection strategies.
• Assist faculty with the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of simulation scenarios;
• Support faculty in the use of the video recording and play-back equipment for simulation and teaching;
• Supervise lab, equipment and students during SIM experiences;
• Problem-solve and correct malfunctions of the SIM lab software and hardware;
• Play different roles in simulated patient care scenarios;
• Facilitate and encourage the use of the facility by providing good student experiences and developing positive working relationships with faculty;
• Design assessment strategies, collect data and report on the effectiveness of SIM training in the curriculum;
• Meet with and assist health science and public safety faculty in assessment of appropriate pedagogies in Simulation to prepare students for entry level practice;
• Monitor, maintain and track inventory and costs of supplies necessary for simulation scenarios.
You will need:
• Associate (or higher) degree in a computer technology or health-related field
• Evidence of ability to learn and operate technologically advanced software and hardware
• Some experience with Simulation (further training available)
• Good organizational skills and ability to coordinate activities in a complex setting
• Ability to communicate well in English, both orally and in writing
It’s a plus if you have:
• At least one year of experience working in a health-related field
• Experience with team-centered work groups
• Documented successful teaching experience in a higher education or health-related setting
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations in the clinical arena and/or the higher education environment
• A philosophy of education appropriate to, and familiarity with, the community college setting
• Experience in teaching with SIM software and hardware
• Passion for technology and use of technology in teaching, especially video capture software, use of live video feeds, editing videos, posting videos on LMS or web-based platform
This is a full time, 12 month position, 40 hours per week.  $3,135 to $4,114 per month, plus benefits.
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Institution: College of Marin

Job Title: Nursing Instructor (Simulation Lab)

Job Location: Kentfield, California

Primary responsibility is in the development of scenario based instruction and integration of simulation in the Simulation Laboratory, Skills Laboratory, and classroom (Medical-Surgical, Pediatrics nursing) as assigned.  This position requires an assignment of 15 instructional units each semester in addition to additional requirements as identified by the College and the California Board of Registered Nursing.
• A Master’s degree in Nursing or Nursing Education; or
• A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing AND a Master’s degree in Health Education or Health Sciences; or
• The equivalent
• One year of full-time continuous experience in the last five (5) years as a Registered Nurse providing direct patient care on an acute Medical-Surgical unit
• Demonstration of clinical competence in the area of Medical-Surgical nursing (additional competence in Pediatrics, Gerontology, or Obstetric nursing is preferred)
• Completion of at least one academic year’s experience teaching courses in a pre- or post-licensure registered nursing program OR completion of a post-baccalaureate educational course that includes practice in teaching registered nursing given by an accredited college or nursing school which includes teaching strategies, course outline and lesson plan development, evaluation, and practice teaching
• A valid California RN license
• Appointment is subject to BRN approval
• Applicants must possess a demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, ethnic backgrounds, and learning styles of community college students and staff
• Criminal Justice/Fingerprint clearance
• Tuberculin (TB) clearance and health clearance per assigned clinical agency
• Drug Screening & Background clearance
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Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Job Title: Director of Simulation

Job Location: Birmingham, AL

Director of Simulation The Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham invites applications from candidates to fill the non-tenured faculty position of Director of Simulation. Faculty appointment and salary will be commensurate with experience. This position will lead the UAB Perioperative/Anesthesiology Critical Event Simulation (PACES) program in its mission to support the safe and effective perioperative care of patients through medical education simulation, objective structured clinical exams (OSCEs), and outcomes research. Develop, promote and implement clinical skills training, using simulation technology and simulation patient methodology to promote education, healthcare quality and patient safety among all levels of learners/ perioperative providers (medical students, residents, faculty, and interdisciplinary team members). Manage PACES staff to include, but may not be limited to, associate director, administrative assistant and simulation technician. Develop and maintain appropriate policies and procedures, the operating budget, and plans for strategic growth of the PACES program. Develop, implement, evaluate and be responsible for, simulation based curricula to provide skills attainment and deliberate practice of clinical skills. Ensure maximum and effective use of equipment and resources and have a working knowledge of the use of high fidelity simulators, task trainers, and simulated patients. Collaborate with faculty to integrate simulation and standardized patients into learning strategies and assessment processes and to develop relevant scenarios to support learning objective achievement.

Qualified candidates will possess a M.D., D.O., Ph.D., or Ed.D. in relevant educational area along with five (5) years of relevant simulation experience, including management of a simulation program and staff. We are interested in applicants with a demonstrated track record in obtaining simulation certification. Teaching experience preferred. Track record of publications and presentations preferred.

Please send curriculum vitae along with a statement highlighting notable accomplishments to the search committee, attention of Lee Ann Riesenberg, Ph.D. and Yasser Sakawi, M.D., The University of Alabama at Birmingham, JT 807, Birmingham, AL 35294-6810. Email addresses:,


Institution: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Job Title: Surgical Simulation Specialist

Job Location: Chicago, IL

Surgical Simulation Specialist Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Simulation Manager, the Surgical Simulation Specialist (laboratory technician) will perform moderately complex technical laboratory work in in the Center for Education in Medicine, and the Northwestern Center for Advanced Surgical Education (N-CASE) surgical skills training center. This will include scheduling and coordinating training sessions or events with manager; preparing laboratories for, and assisting in the technical instruction of learners; care and maintenance of the laboratory and surgical equipment and apparatus; assisting with on-line learning module creation; dispensing surgical supplies to learners as directed; maintaining records of supplies issued, maintaining inventory of laboratory disposables and supplies, and performing workplace related cleaning and organizational duties as required or assigned by manager.

Principal Accountabilities:

1. Provides technical support for surgical training programs (GME, UME, CME, Non-CME), including: – Assists manager in organizing and implementing the day-to-day operations of the laboratory and related training programs – Follows health and safety standards in the laboratory in accordance with NU and NMH policies – Supports medical education training sessions for surgical techniques, including but not limited to: organizing and preparing spaces, equipment, tissues, and supplies for surgical training sessions, responding to student and faculty needs during sessions, and cleanup after training sessions – Attend to needs of medical learners during regularly scheduled training sessions and on a walk-in basis – Enter data relevant to curricula and operations of N-CASE – Collaborates with Education Coordinator, Simulation Curriculum on matters regarding the planning and implementation of surgical curriculum (40%)
2. Assists with surgical laboratory functions with cadaver and animal tissue, as well as in-vivo models, including: – Preparation, cleaning, and maintenance of surgical instruments, and/or devices for training sessions – Preparation and processing of cadaveric, in-vivo, and/or explanted tissue for surgical training sessions – Laboratory workspace cleaning and disinfection – Other laboratory duties as needed (30%)
3. Maintains, orders, and organizes laboratory equipment and supplies – Maintains inventory of surgical supplies, tissues, and disposables – In collaboration with the Program Assistant, Center for Education Medicine, creates orders and liaises with vendors regarding supplies and models and maintenance of equipment (10%)
4. With the assistance of the Simulation Systems Engineer and in collaboration with the Education Coordinator, Simulation Curriculum assists faculty and students with access to and operation of surgical virtual reality simulators. (10%)

**Interested candidates should APPLY directly via our “Careers” section on the Northwestern University website.**

The position is listed as:

Surgical Simulation Specialist – Job ID Reference # 23043


Institution: Weill Cornell Medical College

Job Title: Simulation Center Technologist

Job Location: NY, NY

Job Code: 24453

The Simulation Center Technologist works together with faculty educators to create lifelike immersive medical simulation productions so that learners may practice their lifesaving skills and behaviors. The position requires a basic technical skills proficiency, a creative resourcefulness, an organizational expertise, and an aptitude for learning quickly.

Duties & Responsibilities:

1. Conducts medical simulation activities under the supervision of faculty educators – including
2. Transforms medical case scenarios into realistic simulated learning environments using
3. Integrates audio and video technology into simulation learning activities – including the
4. Provides routine simulator, computer, and audio/video equipment maintenance and the set-up, programming, operation, and monitoring of simulation software, computers, and simulators (computerized mannequins and task trainers). Plans and coordinates simulation activities together with faculty. available resources and technologies – including moulage, programming, props, wardrobe, and set design. Creates new and innovative solutions to improve on the realism of simulation activities. use of digital video cameras, projectors, audio/video mixers, editing software, and graphic design software. technical support – includes testing, cleaning, troubleshooting, and minor repairs. Identifies the need for replacements, interfaces with vendors to solve simulator and equipment problems, facilitates new purchases and servicing of existing equipment, and maintains maintenance and repair records. activities.
5. Trains and assists faculty educators on the operation of all equipment used in simulation
6. May assist post-simulation activity debriefing sessions by providing feedback to learners.
7. Role-plays as needed for simulation activities. Assists in the training and directing of actors
8. Develops and refines technical skills expertise. Identifies opportunities for improvement.
9. Documents all simulation activities and assists in maintaining a record of all educational and
10. Maintains the operational integrity of the Simulation Center. Assists in scheduling of staff,
11. Maintains the Simulation Center as a clean, safe, and optimal learning environment. used in simulation activities. Maintains proficiency in existing and emerging technologies. training activities. maintenance, and simulation activities. Monitors stock levels and maintains storage areas to a high standard. Makes recommendations for equipment and supply purchases.

Interested individuals should apply online at: Applicants should refer to Job ID 24453.


Institution: Kaiser Permanente

Job Title: Simulation Technical Coordinator

Job Location: Mid-Atlantic

Job Code: 04055

Simulation Technical Coordinator is responsible for maintaining and operating all simulation and audiovisual equipment, along with associated supplies and equipment. This person is responsible for utilizing his/her knowledge of technical and operation support in simulation training. Major areas of responsibility include the operation and evaluation of simulation technologies (simulators and task trainers), troubleshooting A/V equipment; managing simulation equipment and supplies needed to enhance delivery of simulation activities.

1. Assist with the transport, set-up and support of simulation based educational activities in the Mid- Atlantic Regions medical centers.
2. Programs simulation scenarios and assessment windows using simulation and data capture software for a variety of stakeholders.
3. Operates simulation equipment with the ability to follow medical aspects of training scenarios and make appropriate adjustments based on participant actions. Provides first line technical support for computer based multimedia systems and their components. a. Provides care, periodic maintenance and repairs (as appropriate) of task trainers, mannequins and other simulation center and A/V equipment, under minimal supervision.
4. Input, tracks and reports data from the variety of multimedia platforms including, web based learning management system, and video capture software. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs.
5. Acts as a resource for simulation modalities that intersect with performance improvement projects
6. Participates on department, regional, and national calls and committees that affect Patient Safety
7. Assist with any other duties that may be needed as determined by the Director of Patient Safety and Patient Safety & Risk Management Department.

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Institution: Broward College

Job Title: Assistant Director, Health Sciences Simulation Center

Job Location: Davie, Florida (3 miles West of the Ft. Lauderdale International Airport)

As an equal access and employment opportunity institution we are committed to a tradition of increasing and retaining an intellectually, culturally, and ethnically diverse student body and workforce in an effort to increase the success of our students, faculty, and staff while strengthening our local and global communities. We are currently hiring for a benefit eligible, full time Assistant Director, Health Sciences Simulation Center to work in our brand new simulation center scheduled to open July 2014. The center is modeled after an acute care hospital with an ED ambulance entrance, triage reception and 9 simulated hospital rooms fully equipped with high-fidelity manikins and audio/video recording systems. This position will work Monday through Friday with evening and weekend hours based on programming request.


  • Under general direction, this position is responsible for the configuration and support of the Health Sciences Simulation Center’s local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN) and internet systems including a segment of the network system that supports the video and audio recording system that is the backbone of the Center. Maintains an internet environment across the Center to support the educational goals of faculty that allows live video streaming to multiple locations. Supports the ability to view recorded simulations, (debriefing data), on the network using web based tools. Assists the District Director, Health Sciences Simulation Center with the creation of policies and procedures that serve as a resource to faculty and students in program development. Also, assists with implementation and evaluation of clinical simulation and training for all programs of study within the nursing and allied health programs, and the healthcare community. Responsible for the supervision of simulation technicians in running the simulator laptops, selecting the IP address for camera and video recording as well as troubleshooting high fidelity manikin connectivity issues. Collaborates with campus IT department to maintain college network security protocols.


  • Maintains and administers computer network and related computing environment including computer hardware, systems software, applications software and all configurations.
  • Performs simulation data backups and disaster recovery. Maintains data confidentiality and security. Adheres to departmental policies for destruction of recorded video sessions.
  • Diagnoses, troubleshoots and resolves hardware, software, or other network and system problems and replace defective components when necessary
  • Operates the simulation computer and recording system for various simulated clinical experiences in the Center’s Control Room
  • Researches the implementation of the system-wide Simulation Learning Management System that includes scheduling, inventory management and logistic organization of planned simulation experiences for the day-to-day operations of the Simulation Center
  • Assists professional personnel in the incorporation of simulation into curricula, including development of educational materials, structure of sessions, selection of appropriate equipment and use of assessment instruments
  • Assists with development, implementation, and annual review of policies and procedures for the Health Sciences Simulation Center according to college and national standards including safety standards
  • Recommends solutions in creating a marketing plan to expand the use of the Center by outside groups including healthcare partners
  • Researches and assists with grant writing and simulation research to position the Health Sciences Simulation Center for accreditation in the future
  • Assists with budget administration for the Center
  • Maintains professional growth and development through seminars, workshops and professional affiliations to keep abreast of latest trends in field of expertise
  • Strategizes and assists with the strategic plan for the orchestration of acquisition, maintenance, cleaning, and repair of simulators and support equipment
  • Serves as a liaison between the college and the simulation manufacturers, nursing, allied health, healthcare community, other college and technical schools engaged in healthcare simulation.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Management Science and Systems, Computer Sciences, or in a related field required.
  • Master’s degree preferred. Nursing or Allied Health degree with computer science background preferred.


  • Six to eight years of experience related to computers, software applications, networking and/or simulation technologies required.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired.
  • Experience in simulation technology/education preferred.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.
  • Experience with audio/visual production equipment a plus. Inventory management and budget experience a plus.

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Institution: University of Virginia School of Medicine

Job Location: Virginia

1.  Senior Simulation Specialist
The Medical Simulation Center in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia is seeking a Senior Medical Simulation Technology Specialist. The incumbent helps coordinate medical simulation programs, plans and implements large scale initiatives, manages the quality improvement and faculty development programs, develops and coordinates the simulation-based research program, and manages the Center’s accreditation and documentation programs. Duties include assisting with pre- and post-simulation activities, troubleshooting of simulations, providing technical evaluations of simulation experience, support grant writing and preparation efforts, collaborating with Center Directors to develop a comprehensive strategic plan and participating in community outreach and marketing efforts, providing training for faculty and staff involved as it relates to the Center and equipment within the Center.
Position requires a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in a healthcare or related field with at least four years of experience supporting educational programs in a medical school or medical simulation environment. SSiH certification preferred with demonstrated competency in simulation. Must have deep knowledge of medical terminology and computerized equipment, knowledge of human physiology and vital signs, excellent communication skills, ability to work independently and collaboratively with educators, clinicians and students.
University Human Resources strives to identify applicants who will contribute as high potential employees, leaders and managers. We employ individuals who foster and promote the University mission and purpose. Successful candidates exemplify uncommon integrity; they are honest, trusted, team-oriented and live the core values of the University. These candidates display great judgment, by practicing evidence-based decision-making. They are strategically focused by contributing to and achieving department goals and vision. They set high performance standards and hold themselves accountable by aggressively executing these standards. These employees also develop a deep passion for the University and the impact it has on students, faculty, alumni and community. Successful candidates identify their personal career goals and development opportunities, and as supervisors, help their staff do the same. They contribute to team success by leading talent, through their individual efforts and by leading and developing their teams.
2.  Simulation Specialist
The School of Medicine Department of Medical Education Support is seeking a Simulation Technology Specialist. The incumbent assists in coordinating the medical simulation program including performing pre and post simulation activities, executing simulation sessions, collaborating with faculty on scenario development, and supporting the daily operations of the Simulation Center. The incumbent also provides technical and administrative coordination for the center and assists with maintaining the center’s documentation and resources.
Position requires a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (8 years of professional experience considered in lieu of Bachelor’s Degree). SSiH certification with demonstrated competency in simulation is preferred. A minimum of one year of experience in education, simulation or a clinical area. Student experience in one of these areas may be considered. Successful candidate must have significant competency with technology to include ability to learn and master software, operate analog and digital A/V systems and mechanical and electromechanical systems.
Must be able to multi-task and work independently to build collaborative relationships in an interdisciplinary team environment. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills, be organized, strong attention to detail and accuracy and have problem solving and decision making skills.  University Human Resources strives to identify applicants who will contribute as high potential employees, leaders and managers. We employ individuals who foster and promote the University mission and purpose. Successful candidates exemplify uncommon integrity; they are honest, trusted, team-oriented and live the core values of the University. These candidates display great judgment, by practicing evidence-based decision-making. They are strategically focused by contributing to and achieving department goals and vision. They set high performance standards and hold themselves accountable by aggressively executing these standards. These employees also develop a deep passion for the University and the impact it has on students, faculty, alumni and community. Successful candidates identify their personal career goals and development opportunities, and as supervisors, help their staff do the same. They contribute to team success by leading talent, through their individual efforts and by leading and developing their teams.
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Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing

Job Title: National SIMCARE Center Manager Job Location: Downers Grove, IL

The National SIMCARE Center Manager, in partnership with Campus SIMCARE Operations & Lab Team, National Clinical Learning Resource Department, campus leadership, clinical coordinators, course coordinators, faculty and staff will assume the following:

  • Leads all clinical learning lab and simulated patient care learning experiences for Chamberlain campus and web-based students with appropriate resources to successfully complete learning opportunities in simulated patient care environment
  • Supports faculty and college leadership with initiatives involving clinical simulation research and effective teaching strategies in a simulated patient care environment
  • Contributes to the development and continuous improvement of national standard operating procedures through best practice sharing and regular communications with other campus SIMCARE Center Managers and college leadership.
  • Supports the mission and philosophy of Chamberlain College and represents the College to clinical agencies, students, and the community by leading the lab and simulation scheduling and collaborative efforts.

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Institution: Chamberlain College of Nursing

Job Title: National SIMCARE Center Manager
Job Location: Downers Grove, IL

The National SIMCARE Center Manager, in partnership with Campus SIMCARE Operations & Lab Team, National Clinical Learning Resource Department, campus leadership, clinical coordinators, course coordinators, faculty and staff will assume the following:

  • Leads all clinical learning lab and simulated patient care learning experiences for Chamberlain campus and web-based students with appropriate resources to successfully complete learning opportunities in simulated patient care environment
  • Supports faculty and college leadership with initiatives involving clinical simulation research and effective teaching strategies in a simulated patient care environment
  • Contributes to the development and continuous improvement of national standard operating procedures through best practice sharing and regular communications with other campus SIMCARE Center Managers and college leadership.
  • Supports the mission and philosophy of Chamberlain College and represents the College to clinical agencies, students, and the community by leading the lab and simulation scheduling and collaborative efforts.

Learn more about this position at Devry’s website.


Institution: Mott Community College

Job Location: Flint, MI
Job Title: Support Specialist/Skills Lab Complex Coordinator – Health Sciences


Directly responsible for the organization, security and coordination of: scheduled simulation training events, inventory, purchasing, maintenance, repair and scheduled replacement of supplies and equipment for the Health Sciences audiovisual, skills, computer and simulation laboratories including related programs. Guide students in clinical skills training practice and remediation. Offer training to faculty and students, as needed, on all audiovisual, computer and skills equipment including computer hardware or software. Assist students in the use of learning materials and equipment, and perform a variety of other duties to assure smooth operation of the Health Sciences’ Audiovisual, Skills, and Simulation labs/areas and Computer labs, including planned time for student skill practice.

Supervisory Responsibility:
Directs work study students and Technical Interns assisting in the various Health Science laboratories.

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Institution: Penn State Hershey Medical Center

Job Location: Hershey, PA, USA
Job Title: Simulation Technologist

(Full Time Exempt Position Work Hours vary)


Responsible to meet with clinical simulation center clients to determine the best mode of simulation to meet objectives and expectations, including; design scenarios, programming, and case planning.  Coordinate and maintain simulation center and audio/visual systems, as well as, coordinate and manage information technology assets of the Center and be the primary Information Services liaison between the two departments.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in a health science field, information technology, or related curriculum
  • 2 years of experience in Computer Simulation or Technical Services
  • Knowledge of AV production including recording, distribution, editing, and archiving
  • Knowledge of computer networking operations
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Proficiency with common medical terminology
  • Ability to troubleshoot technological problems
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups or people
  • Ability to work occasional weekends and evenings


Excellent written communication skills. Prior healthcare provider experience. Experience in simulation technology and operations. Experience in acute healthcare setting.

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Institution: The University of Iowa College of Nursing

Job Title: Director of Simulation Education

Job Location: Nursing Clinical Education Center, Iowa City, Iowa

The College of Nursing seeks to recruit a Director of Simulation Education responsible for planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating simulation-based learning across the continuum from standardized patients through high-fidelity simulators.

Primary responsibilities include developing faculty/staff educator competencies in simulation,
enhancing student experiences through the use of simulation, and development of entrepreneurial initiatives that support the Nursing Clinical Education Center (NCEC).

Applications should be submitted online at under requisition #64133, including a cover letter with a statement of interest, curriculum vitae/resume, a philosophy statement of the role of simulation in education (academic and professional practice), and the names and contact information of 3 professional references.


Institution: Society for Simulation in Healthcare

Job Title: Associate Executive Director
Job Location:  Virtual (Online)

The Associate Executive Director position is full time, and is a person who is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in leading strategic planning efforts with successful implementation, budget oversight, operational activities, and establishing employee positions and related job responsibilities for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. The AED functions under the direction and oversight of the SSH Executive Director and has authority to act on behalf of the ED in his/her absence.

Email resume/CV, cover letter indicating salary requirements, and three references to Andrea Maxwell, SSH Executive Assistant, at Please include “SSH AED Position” and your name in the subject line.

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Institution: Hennepin County Medical Center

Job Title: Simulation Education Center Specialist
Job Location:  Minneapolis  MN

Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) offers employment opportunities in a variety of settings, including our downtown Minneapolis hospital and clinics, and neighborhood clinics throughout the metro area. We are committed to creating a culturally competent and inclusive work and care environment for patients, families, and staff and we encourage interested applicants with bilingual and bicultural skills to apply for positions at HCMC.

We are currently hiring for a benefit eligible, full time simulation center education specialist to work in our simulation center. This position will work mostly days, but evening, night and weekend shifts may be required- flexible schedule is a must!


Support education processes in the Interdisciplinary Simulation Center by serving as an education consultant. Collaborate with and mentor faculty, staff, educators, and other stakeholders on needs assessments, curriculum design, and development and delivery of Simulation Activities. Collaborate with and mentor faculty, staff, educators, and other stakeholders on assessment of learners including competency assessments, as well as evaluation of simulation activities to facilitate continuous improvement of these educational sessions.

  • Teach and instruct faculty and staff on the use of simulation. Assists with professional development and continuing education courses on simulation and education.
  • Provides ongoing quality assurance and improvement for simulation and debriefing systems. Provides real time feedback to clinical instructors on debriefing performance and technique.
  • Aligns education efforts and educational resources between departments and units within the hospital, and tracks how simulation efforts relate to our organizational goals and quality improvement measures.
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff, educators, and other stakeholders on simulation based research, including quality improvement studies. This includes grant proposals, research design, data collection, data analysis, manuscript preparation, and publication.
  • Assist with other operational activities of the center to include accreditation, scheduling, documentation, record keeping, data management, and other organizational activities.
  • Assist with simulation session setup / delivery / break down, mannequin and AV equipment operation and troubleshooting.
  • Identify and implement opportunities for improvement and innovation in curricula, instructional technologies, and operational systems.
  • Implement and assist with development of policies, procedures, and practice standards consistent with the center’s educational objectives.
  • Maintain professional growth and development through seminars, workshops, current literature, and professional affiliations to keep abreast of latest trends in simulation and gaming.
  • Present simulation activities at local, national, and international conferences.
  • Participate in community outreach programs, including promotional materials, conducting tours of the facilities, participating in public relations activities, and performing community service.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Institution: University of Chicago

Job Title: Simulation Technical Coordinator
Job Location: Chicago, IL

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The Technical Coordinator is expected to become proficient with the routine operation and maintenance of all simulation high fidelity mannequins and task trainers as well as demonstrated proficiency on use of simulation software and AV required for scenarios. The Coordinator should be able to smoothly operate basic and networked audiovisual equipment to record and playback scenarios if needed for debriefing, documentation and research purposes; this includes some video editing. The Coordinator will update and manage the Center’s web site. Incorporates courses into a learning management system (LMS). Collects and enters utilization data.

The Coordinator collaborates successfully with members of the simulation team, and may be asked to support other functions of the Center. These might include supporting conferences, assisting in maintaining documentation, helping with demonstrations and tours, etc. The Coordinator is a full member of the Center team, and attends staff and staff-faculty meetings weekly.

Assists in preparation of reports and research by provision of reliable data from simulators, familiar with digital and analog media, and other technical sources; contributes to the development of lab policies, procedures and practices; maintains simulation facilities in a clean, safe and operational status; maintains and supports a culture of confidentiality, data security, and respect; exercises high professional values in the conduct of sensitive training and assessment and research exercises.

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Institution: CHART Institute

Job Title: Simulation Educator 
Job Location:  Upper St. Clair, PA (with 25% travel member hospitals located in PA, WV and NY)

The Simulation Educator at CHART Institute will assist with onsite instructor education of simulation training initiatives, curriculum development, and coordination of technical support needs. Additionally, the Educator will assist with organizing, coordinating and supporting all simulation and other educational activities of CHART Institute. The Simulation Educator will be responsible for providing on-going customer service support to member hospitals as needed to ensure that the lead educators at each respective hospital are well-informed and knowledgeable on the use of simulation in educational practice and able to meet the educational goals of the program.
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Institution: Sidra Medical and Research Center

Sidra Medical and Research Center will be an ultra modern, all-digital academic medical center which is being designed and planned to the best international standards in sciences.  It will offer specialty care for women and children. Sidra’s Vision is to: be a beacon of learning, discovery and exceptional care, ranked among the top medical centers in the world. A state of the art simulation center and program serving to improve patient outcomes for Qatari, non-Qatari and international children/women and their families through education and simulation programs. The service will provide simulation educational services to all Sidra staff, medical students, residents and stakeholders in a variety of settings including a simulation center, mock up, education rooms and actual work environments (Insitu simulation). Sidra Medical and Research Center is a state of the art academic medical and research center that will function to the level of the highest international standards.  Its clinical focus is on the specialty care of women and children.

Job Title: Program Manager – Simulation
Location: Doha, Qatar
The Manager – Simulation Program coordinates a team of Simulation Instructor Specialists, Clinical Simulation Specialists, the Life Support Training Coordinator, and Life Support Trainers in the development and/or modification of new and existing simulation education programs inclusive of orientation, new skill acquisition, life support training, and professional development activities.
Master’s Degree in   an education-related fieldEXPERIENCE:
•       experience in clinical education including curriculum development
•       experience as a clinician at the bedside
•       managerial   experience in a healthcare environment
•       experience in simulation education including curriculum design and delivery   of simulation educationCERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:
Licensure in a clinical/ nursing fieldTo learn more about the vacancy and apply online, visit Title: Life Support Trainer
Location: Doha, Qatar
The Life Support Trainer will provide instruction for Sidra staff (and other healthcare staff and students in Qatar if needed) in AHA Life Support Training Courses following the prescribed curriculum.  The Life Support Trainer will assist in Simulation Center commissioning activities, onboarding of Sidra staff, and continuing education for practicing staff at Sidra as well as students from local clinical universities.EDUCATION:
Bachelor’s degree in healthcare-related fieldEXPERIENCE:

•        healthcare education experience and as a practicing clinician   in a healthcare setting
•       experience as an AHA Life Support Training course instructor in a   healthcare or academic setting

•       Current licensure as healthcare practitioner(nursing, medicine, or allied health)
•       Certification as an instructor in at least one   AHA Life Support Training Course (BLS, ACLS, etc.).To learn more about the vacancy and apply online, visit

Job Title: Simulation Technologist
Job Location:  Doha, Qatar

The Simulation Technologist serves as a technical expert who is able to set up, operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and in some cases repair simulation equipment, hospital-type equipment used in simulation activities, and AV/IT equipment used in simulation activities.  The Simulation Technologists also instructs and assists simulation educators/faculty and learners in the use of technical equipment used in simulation.  In addition assists in operational activities such as staff and maintenance scheduling, and inventory/purchasing functions.  The Simulation Technologist is familiar with the various modalities of simulation education and has a good grasp of simulation educational principles; thus is able to assist in the development, setup, and delivery, and takedown of simulation education sessions.  Will also assist in project planning, staff on boarding, and commissioning activities as required. Download full Sim Tech job description flyer here.

Job Title: Simulation Instruction Specialist

The Simulation Instruction Specialist assists in planning educational programs, curriculum, services, equipment and supplies, simulation facilities, and staffing for Sidra’s Simulation Center in collaboration with other simulation team members.  The Simulation Instruction Specialist  is responsible for the design and piloting of scenarios, skills stations, and training sessions and the development of assessment tools at Sidra and in collaboration with external stakeholders.  The Simulation Instructor Specialist assists in simulation center commissioning activities, onboarding Sidra staff, and continuing education for practicing staff at Sidra as well as students from local clinical universities. Download full Sim Instructor job description flyer here.


Institution: University of Chicago

Job Title: Education Specialist 
Job Location:  Chicago, IL

Manages primary and secondary school development programs or projects. Manages the development and implementation of programs and materials that contribute to school development and/or professional development of principals, teachers, and other school leaders. Leads research and development of curriculum, models, and best practices in the field of education. Plays key role in the identification and establishment of collaborative partnerships with schools. Works with school leadership teams to support school planning processes including needs assessments, goal setting, strategic planning, and determining strategies for curriculum selection and professional development. Oversees the implementation of professional development workshops and individualized coaching efforts for principals, teachers, and other school staff. Plays a key role in program evaluation and improvement efforts. May manage program or project operations, including developing and managing the budget and supervising professional and support staff. May engage in fund raising efforts.

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Institution: College of DuPage

Note: Position may be filled!

Job Title: Health Program Simulation Technician
Job Location:  Glen Ellyn, IL

Participate in simulated learning activities by providing assistance with simulation set-up and tear-down; manage the technology aspect of the simulation, including manipulating high and medium fidelity manikins; maintain the integrity of the simulation learning environments; collaborate with faculty, Simulation/Lab Director and other lab staff; and comply with established policies for the simulation learning space and programs of study.

  • Support operational function of nursing laboratories, with emphasis on simulation.
  • Maintain and update the simulation learning environment(s).
  • Monitor simulation learning schedule.
  • Trouble shoot problems with simulation equipment.
  • Act as a liaison with appropriate vendors.
  • Set-up, run and turnover clinical scenarios for students in coordination with faculty, Simulation/Lab Director and lab staff.
  • Assist with supply and inventory tracking.
  • Assist with development and maintenance of a simulation scenario data storage strategy.
  • Participate in research related to the effectiveness of simulated learning activities.
  • Attend to functioning of simulation and nursing labs’ technical equipment.
  • Other duties as assigned.


EXPERIENCE: Clinical practice or education/training; experience in nursing/health lab or simulation environment.

EDUCATION: Associate degree, preferably in nursing and/or instructional technology (IT).

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Job Location:  Lumberton, NC

Minimum Qualifications: An associate of applied science degree in a health science field OR an associate of applied science degree in information technology or related field from a regionally accredited institution, and a minimum of two years computer simulation experience in a clinical, medical, acute-care setting. Preferred

Qualifications: A bachelor in science in a health science field OR a bachelor of science degree in information technology or related field from a regionally accredited institution, and a minimum of two years computer simulation experience in a clinical, medical, acute-care setting. All applicants must submit a RCC application, resume and a copy of official transcripts.


  • Plan, coordinate, organize, and manage the operation of a health science simulation laboratory
  • Assist in the selection of appropriate manikins, learning technologies, hardware and software for health program instruction
  • Research and recommend emerging technologies and tools for use in classroom, online and laboratory settings
  • Develop technical proficiency with all aspects of the operation, maintenance, support, trouble-shooting and repair for all simulations
  • Provide training and professional development in the use of simulation and technology for health science programs
  • Develop curriculum, student learning outcomes and educational materials for simulation scenarios and scripts; Support student learning experiences that involve technology applications including use of human patient simulators
  • Facilitate collaboration among health science programs to optimize technology use
  • Demonstrate an interest in professional development and use of instructional strategies to improve student learning
  • Function as a member of the Educational Services team
  • Perform other duties as necessary

SALARY:  The salary will be determined in accordance with RCC’s Salary Plan and the applicants’ education and work experience.  Salary range: $32,816 to $44,901.


For a listing of duties and an application visit or contact Personnel Services at 910-272-3531. Closing date: Until filled.


Institution: University of Miami

Job Title: Simulation Coordinator

Job Location:  Coral Gables, FL
Job Posting Number:  045616

The School of Nursing and Health Studies is looking for a Simulation Coordinator for our International Simulation Academy. Duties include coordinating a broad range of simulation center functions including collaborative development of scenarios with faculty and outside users, maintenance of equipment, troubleshooting operational problems, supervision and training of simulation technicians, overseeing faculty training related to the utilization of the human patient simulators and participating in training scenarios for internal and external users.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Science, Computer Technology or related field and two years technical experience in simulation technology and media equipment presentation, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired. Training and experience in academic/field–based health care preferred. Prior experience working with human patient simulators. Experience working with medical/nursing. Position #045616

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Institution: Mid Michigan Community College

Location:  Harrison, MI

Position:  Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) Coordinator (Full-time)

Job Summary: 

Full-time position with responsibilities in coordinating and facilitating all facets of the Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) on both campuses of MMCC’s Associate Degree in Nursing and Allied Health Programs. Works collaboratively with the Nursing faculty, administration, and students while providing a safe practice environment that supports the bridge between didactic and clinicals.

  1. Coordinates and facilitates the CSC:
  2. Recordkeeping
  3. Space utilization/scheduling for all the Health Sciences programs that utilize the CSC
  4. Health and safety precautions
  5. Oversight of the CSC assistants
  6. Development and delivery of variable levels of simulation scenarios as a method of delivery for skill modules, critical thinking, and competencies
  7. Demonstrates nursing skills and lab procedures to students.
  8. Observes and supervises return demonstration of student skills.
  9. Facilitates independent open lab demonstrations for students.
  10. Prepares printed material and selects and sets up visual aids for learning modules.
  11. Coordinates, develops, revises, sets up, and evaluates student skills lab competency testing.
  12. Participates in assessment and evaluation of student outcomes in the CSC.
  13. Provides clinical remediation and clinicals site visits as needed.
  14. Maintains educational resource materials, lab equipment, supplies and recommends annual acquisitions for program needs.
  15. Provides training in use of equipment in the CSC.
  16. Develops and incorporates technology into the CSC.
  17. Stays current on nursing concepts and the impact it has on the education provided to students in the Nursing Program.
  18. Assists in recruitment of students for the Nursing Program per admission policies and procedures; engages in student academic advertisement.
  19. Provides guidance and support to clinical faculty with special needs students.
  20. Participates in review and revision of the Nursing Program curriculum; assists in maintaining Program objectives and standards to conform to college policies, legislation, laws and accrediting agencies.
  21. Participates in the development and implementation of departmental objectives, policies, procedures and standards; recommends changes to departmental procedures as necessary.
  22. Prepares periodic evaluative reports on the department’s performance; prepares departmental documents and reports as required.
  23. Plans and leads departmental meetings. Attends and/or facilitates various internal committee/task force meetings as assigned; performs related tasks as required.
  24. Works collaboratively with faculty, administrators, and staff members.
  25. Supports and serves as a role model for our mission, vision, strategic and service initiatives. Adheres to the organization’s policies & procedures, and compliance guidelines.
  26. Performs other duties as assigned.

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Institution: Bellarmine University

Location:  KY

Position:  Simulation Laboratory Technician

Job Description: Bellarmine University’s Lansing School of Nursing and Health Sciences has a January 1, 2014, opening for a Simulation Laboratory Technician. This position will provide technical support for all clinical simulation operations, including preparation, maintenance and repair of patient simulators (software and hardware) and related multimedia peripherals; also responsible for software programming of clinical scenarios.

Requirements: The successful candidate will be proficient in PC and Mac-based computer hardware and software applications as well as MS Office. A bachelor’s degree is preferred as is clinical simulation experience. Candidates should have knowledge of medical terminology and be able to communicate with that terminology. It is important that the candidate be familiar with standard (hospital-based) medical equipment and proficient with audio-visual technology and equipment.

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Institution: Des Moines University

Location:  Des Moines, IA

Position: Simulation Specialist (Technician)

The Simulation Specialist will assist with medical simulation training for the Iowa Simulation Center for Patient Safety and Clinical Skills. The Simulation Specialist will work with the Director of the Simulation Lab, Simulation Technical Specialist and Clinical Coordinator to prepare for sessions, set up task trainers and operate high-fidelity patient simulators during medical simulation scenarios.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Works with the Clinical Coordinator to prepare, plan, and create realistic simulation sessions using appropriate simulation methodology during scheduled cases.
• Works directly with the Simulation Technical Specialist and Clinical Coordinator to maintain and manage all aspects of the Human Patient Simulation Lab.
• Assist the Director of the Simulation Lab and Clinical Coordinator in the continued integration of medical simulation methodologies into DMU’s curriculum, including education training, skill development and assessment.
• Operates and maintains task trainers, manikin-based simulators, computerized simulators, virtual reality procedural trainers and associated supplies and equipment.
• Operates simulation equipment with the ability to follow medical aspects of training scenarios and make appropriate adjustments based on participant actions
• Operates audio-video recording system during sessions and debrief
• Sets up simulation supplies and equipment to meet assigned training site objectives
• Assists with ordering and stocking of lab supplies
• Assists the Simulation Technical Specialist in on going monitoring of all patient simulator systems, providing and/or scheduling needed maintenance on a timely basis.

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Institution: Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers

Location: San Pedro and Torrance, CA

Position: Simulation Technician, FT

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers is seeking a FT simulation technician for a busy, hospital based simulation program.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Have a strong working knowledge of computers, computerized equipment, integrated AV system and computer software.
  • Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills
  • Communicate effectively in oral and written communications to a variety of audiences
  • Function well in a rapidly changing environment with multiple priorities

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Institution: Cadence Health

Location:  Geneva, IL

Position: Simulation Technician

Provides technical support for all clinical simulation operations, including preparation, maintenance and repair of patient simulators (software and hardware) and related multimedia peripherals as well as software programming of clinical scenarios.
Job Requirements:

Associate degree or equivalent work experience required (prefer disciplines such as electronics or IT) Health professions background (i.e. Paramedic, Respiratory Care Provider).

Working knowledge of the following areas:

  • Standard medical equipment
  • AV systems
  • Computer proficiency in PC and Mac-based hardware & software applications: MS Office
  • Knowledge or the ability to learn installation, configuration, operation and troubleshooting of human patient simulators
  • Medical terminology

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Institution: University of New England

Location:  Portland, ME

Positions: Simulation Lab Assistant Position (Coming Soon)

The University of New England is seeking an assistant/associate professor of simulation education to direct the Clinical Simulation Program in the Westbrook College of Health Professions, which is a full-time, 12 month position. The Clinical Simulation Program utilizes a variety of simulation technologies in the provision of clinical education and training delivered to undergraduate and graduate health professions students on the Campuses in Biddeford and Portland. WCHP is noted for its inter-professional initiatives in teaching, training, research and practice.

Position details coming soon.


Institution: Delta College

Location:  Bay City, MI

Positions: Simulation Education & Learning Specialist

Will be directly responsible for the operation of all simulation and simulation equipment in the Learning Lab. Develop, implement and debrief simulation experiences across human life span ranging from acute-care to long-term care while maintaining accreditation standards. Monitor clinical simulator exercises, adjusting parameters and responses for learners and faculty. Serve as simulator operator running pre-programmed scenarios or “on the fly” simulations with faculty instructors. Simulation experiences need to reflect both discipline specific learning outcomes and multidisciplinary learning outcomes. Assure simulation equipment is in good working condition prior to the start of all simulations; troubleshoot all simulation equipment. Supervise participants in use of simulation equipment, providing an appropriate orientation to simulator features and the simulated learning environment. Manages room set-up and clean-up for healthcare simulations and debriefings; accountable for having the room props, equipment, and other resources prepared for the scheduled Learning Lab activities. Maintain the Learning Lab as a clean, safe, and operational facility and optimal learning environment. Maintain current knowledge on the use and operation of different simulator technologies including: anatomic models, partial task trainers, computer simulations, integrated patient simulators, and virtual reality simulators.

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Company: Surgical Science

Location:  Minneapolis/St. Paul

Positions: Simulation Account Specialist (SAS) – Hospital/Educational

The Surgical Science SAS is a key member of the sales and marketing teams, collaborating with both to facilitate divisional sales. The SAS will provide consultative sales and sales support efforts for all hospital and educational segments including; Simulation Centers, Skills Labs, University Teaching Programs and Hospitals. The SAS will utilize exceptional interpersonal skills and knowledge to understand the nature and need of each segment’s training environment in order to identify opportunities for Surgical Science solutions. Based on the identified needs, the SAS will build awareness and demand for training through Virtual Reality Applications with the Surgical Science Portfolio of Simulation Systems.

The SAS will work closely with the Surgical Science Simulation Education Specialists to maintain and develop the base of prospective customers; ensure follow-up of leads; set-up and deliver sales presentations, deliver product demonstrations; support marketing efforts at trade shows and exhibits; make follow-up calls to existing customers; cross-sell and up-sell; handle unsolicited prospect calls; overcome objections of prospective customers; communicate key Surgical Science messages; coordinate and deliver customer training as necessary.

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Institution: NewYork – Presbyterian Hospital

Location:  New York

Positions: Manager – Simulation Center 

Guide development of the Simulation Center at New York’s #1-ranked hospital (U.S.News& World Report), and directly empower the brightest minds in patient care.

As Simulation Center Manager, you will lead design implementation, courses and scenarios to ensure effectiveness of all simulation programs. You’ll collaborate with the Medical Director and senior leadership for strategic development and planning for the Simulation Center.

Recruit and hire staff, manage scheduling and performance feedback, and provide leadership that inspires your team to achieve on the highest level. Be the driving force for quality and patient focus that makes a life-changing difference.

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Institution: Uni. of South Dakota

Location:  Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Positions: Simulation Center Director

The director should be a visionary leader able to provide effective management of resources, work well with the existing team, recognize and reward excellence, and promote accountability; direct and manage operations; champion the integration of clinical skills and simulation to enhance curriculum and inter-professional education; collaborate with faculty to develop curriculum for development course; encourage faculty to consider opportunities for student research based on clinical skills and simulation activities; demonstrate leadership in planning, design, and execution of special projects; present information for the purpose of communicating information, gaining feedback and ensuring adherence to established internal control procedures; explore opportunities to obtain grant funding for technology or educational purposes; and assist with development and fund raising activities as needed.

Position requirements include a terminal degree such as MD, DO, Physician Assistant, DNP, EdD or PhD; an understanding of medical education and/or curriculum development; and leadership experience. Simulation experience is preferred but not required.

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Institution: The McConnell Group

Location:   Jacksonville, Florida & San Diego, CA (two positions)

Positions: Simulation Technician

Position Summary:

This acquisition pertains to the Clinical Investigation Program (CIP), clinical research networks, and other research activities supporting the Navy and Marine Corps’ Graduate Medical Education (GME). It is for developing training simulation scenarios and diagnosing and utilizing pertinent software and simulation equipment in support of the Navy Medicine Education Training Command (NMETC) and other Navy Medicine Training sites. This position serves as the technical liaison and complete designated tasks to ensure the successful operation of all technical aspects of the Simulation Center (SC) while maintaining the center at the highest possible readiness level. In addition, the contractor will be responsible for coordination of all Simulation training programs within the SC. Work consists of various duties that involve applying a series of different and unrelated processes and methods in responding to customer requests. (Two positions available).

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Location:   MINEOLA, NY

Position: Simulation Center Training Specialist

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Director, Simulation Center, you will coordinate the utilization, daily operation, and maintenance of the Center’s high and low fidelity simulation equipment; operate the learning management system, schedule and set-up rooms for simulation course training, assist faculty in the running of high and low fidelity training scenarios, communicate with learners, and assure the efficient operation of the Center while maintaining a high-quality customer service environment.

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Institution: Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare

Location:   St. Paul, Minnesota

Position: Simulation Technician (click to download job description)

Position Summary:

Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, Minnesota treats children who have disabilities, helping them improve their health, achieve greater well-being and enjoy life. We have an opening for a Simulation Technician & Systems Support Specialist in our new state of the art Simulation Department.  The position offers the opportunity to build Gillette’s future as part of our interdisciplinary team.


Institution: Lehigh Valley Health Network

Location: Allentown PA 18013

Position: Manager or Simulation Center

The manager will oversee the simulation center of the Division of Education. Conduct and manage fiscal operations, including accounting, planning, and reporting expenditures. Direct, supervise, evaluate performance of staff and prepare reviews. Ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, staff competencies, and licensure. Act as a liaison between staff and the management team. Validate existing courses using simulation scenarios and initiatives; collaboration with content experts to ensure that the scenario is aligned and consistent with curriculum and user expectations. Develop and maintain strategies to enhance programs and services, utilizing available resources and acquiring additional tools to create a realistic clinical learning environment. Develop and maintain working relationships within the hospital network to achieve optimal utilization of the simulation center. Assist in mentoring and educating healthcare providers in the use of simulation education. The manager reports to the Director of Technology within the Division of Education.

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Institution: Robert Morris University School of Nursing and Health Sciences RISE

Location: Moon Township, PA

Positions: RISE Simulation Center Director

Responsibilities include: ensure high quality simulation based educational activities; teach 6 SNHS courses per year; serve as coordinator for the Simulation Certificate Program; develop strategies to enhance programs and services, utilizing available resources and acquiring additional tools to create a realistic learning environment; ensure continuous quality improvement initiatives; identify opportunities for improvement, innovation, implementation and integration of patient simulation technology into existing nursing and healthcare curricula; serve as simulation mentor and educator, promoting collaboration and team teaching; maintain professional growth and development through seminars, workshops, and professional affiliations to keep informed of latest trends in field of expertise; publish and present simulation activities at national and international conferences; ensure Center accreditation standards are maintained; determine Center Strategic and Operational Plan is current and responsive to internal and external environment; develop and implement policies, procedures and practice standards consistent with Center mission and goals; perform evaluation of program; assess areas for growth and improvement; in collaboration with Dean, prepare annual budget, monitor revenue/expenditures and manage funding sources ensuring contracts are maintained and revenue sources maximized; identify and submit grant proposals for additional funding to support mission and vision; oversee RISE Center faculty and staff; in collaboration with faculty, foster and supervise Center research activities; promote the interests of the Simulation Center through participation in public relations events and tours; collaborate with regional, national and international users to advance the use of simulation in healthcare education; plan for program expansion through design of space to support goals of the Center; and performs any and all relevant duties of the position.

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Institution: The McConnell Group


Camp Pendleton, CA;
Pensacola, FL;
Jacksonville, FL;
San Diego, CA

Position: Simulation Technician

Job Purpose:
This acquisition pertains to the Clinical Investigation Program (CIP), clinical research networks, and other research activities supporting the Navy and Marine Corps’ Graduate Medical Education (GME). It is for developing training simulation scenarios and diagnosing and utilizing pertinent software and simulation equipment in support of the Navy Medicine Education Training Command (NMETC) and other Navy Medicine Training sites.

• Serves as the technical liaison and complete designated tasks to ensure the successful
operation of all technical aspects of the Simulation Center (SC) while maintaining the center at the highest possible readiness level. In addition, the contractor will be responsible for coordination of all Simulation training programs within the SC. Work consists of various duties that involve applying a series of different and unrelated processes and methods in responding to customer requests.

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Institution: IMAN Healthcare

Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Position: Training Centre Program Director

Job requirement:

Develop and successfully run a Training Centre for allied healthcare professional, community healthcare, and post graduate specialist courses  based in KSA

This person will define long-term organizational strategic goals, build key customer relationships, identify business opportunities, negotiate and close business deals and maintain extensive knowledge of current market conditions.

He will pursue sales leads and prospective clients, delivering presentations and proposals, and negotiating and closing business deals; developing business plans that include marketing strategies; maintaining extensive knowledge of current market conditions and reporting this to key staff; and building and maintaining important client relationships


Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Medicine, Paramedic with five to ten years’ experience with proven knowledge of training and educational field, revenue generation,  strategy and management experience.


Excellent communication, analytical and financial skills. Personal attributes important to this position consist of strong leadership capabilities, self-motivation, outstanding ability to sell, and strong writing and presentation skills in both English and Arabic.


Negotiable, commensurate with experience + generous bonus

Email Jehad Al Joudi of IMAN Health Care


Institution: OhioHealth

Location: Riverside Methodist Hospital, OH

Position: Experiential Learning Outcomes Manager

The Experiential Learning Outcomes Manager acts as an internal educational consultant to design, develop, manage and measure outcomes based experiential learning initiatives across the OhioHealth System.  This includes facilitating learning through all forms of experiential learning including high fidelity simulation, computer based training and bedside teaching.  The Experiential Learning Outcomes Manager is also responsible for designing and measuring outcomes that demonstrate a value for the system. (Click job title link above to learn more).


Institution: Georgetown University

Location: Washington D.C.

Position: Adjunct Nursing Faculty (w/ Sim Experience)

Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies Department of Nursing is looking for adjunct nursing faculty to facilitate and debrief simulation experiences for our pre-licensure BSN students.  If you have an MSN, able to get to the Georgetown University campus in Washington DC regularly, and experienced in simulation, please contact Wendy Thomson at providing your resume and a brief narrative of your simulation and nursing education experience.


Institution: OSF Healthcare

Location: Peoria, IL

Position: Simulation Manager

Makes resources of the simulation lab available and in a “ready state.” Partners with faculty to guide and provide simulation-based education to all Divisions and external audiences. Manages the technical staff, maintains the space, schedules space, and coordinates effort. Discusses goals and objectives with faculty and provides recommendations regarding design, implementation and evaluation of simulation activities, course outcomes, and curricular benchmarks. Coordinates projects with the overall goals of the Center and ensures that the plans for achieving these goals run smoothly. Click the job title above for more information and to apply.


Institution: University of Miami

Position: Nursing Simulation Technician

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Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH): General Industry Job Postings

ICF International: Global Job Offers

Laerdal: US Job Offers

Pocket Nurse: Job Application System

CAE Healthcare (Formerly METI): CAE Healthcare’s Career Listings Website Healthcare Simulation Job Offer Search Medical Simulation Job Offer Search

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