Medical Simulation Jobs

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fiu hls

Company Name: FIU – Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Job Title: Simulation Operations & Research Manager
Location: Miami, Florida, United States, 33199

Florida International University is recognized as a Carnegie engaged university. It is a public research university with colleges and schools that offers more than 180 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs in fields such as engineering, international relations, architecture, law and medicine. As one of South Florida’s anchor institutions, FIU contributes $9.8 billion each year to the local economy. FIU is Worlds Ahead in finding solutions to the most challenging problems of our time. FIU emphasizes research as a major component of its mission. FIU has awarded over 200,000 degrees and enrolls more than 54,000 students in two campuses and three centers including FIU Downtown on Brickell, FIU @ I-75, and the Miami Beach Urban Studios. FIU also supports artistic and cultural engagement through its three museums: the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, the Wolfsonian-FIU, and the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. FIU is a member of Conference USA and has over 400 student-athletes participating in 18 sports.


The Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine is currently seeking a Simulation Operations and Research Manager to join our team of professionals.

Duties Include:

  • Coordinate the scheduling of simulation training programs among users by working with department leadership to establish priorities and maximize operational time.
  • Assist in scheduling and coordinating of all medical student Promotional OSCEs (Objective Student Clinical Examinations).
  • Learn and master the simulation software (EMS ¿ Educational Management Solutions) that centralizes simulation center scheduling, inventory, assessment tools and collection of assessment data.
  • Assist with data entry involving the conversion of current assessment tools into the EMS system to develop a paperless assessment system.
  • Work with the director of simulation and director of educational assessment to report OSCE data collected within the EMS system statistical software packages
  • Manage and clean data sets using statistical software packages, such as SPSS, Stata, or SAA
  • Develop inventory control procedures to monitor supply levels, allocate costs and ensure supplies are ready when needed.
  • Obtain bids, and make purchasing decisions within delegated authority.
  • Develop inventory policies to ensure that levels are maintained in a cost effective way.
  • Develop relationships with medical equipment and simulation technology vendors to gain their support to supply goods and services in support of medical training
  • Review annual expenses and manage budget within delegated authority.
  • Perform market research to understand current practices in medical simulation training.
  • Develop, update and implement marketing plans.
  • Plan and implement special projects
  • Support the development and writing of IRB and generated grants
  • Identify and pursue grants/partnership funding opportunities for institutional collaboration and research applications in simulation-based learning and evaluation and institutional patient safety
  • Conduct tours of the facility
  • Promote training services to external healthcare and emergency response organizations
  • Develops budget and reviews expenditure on a monthly basis for communication with Internal College of Medicine Finance.
  • Provide summaries of operational expenses, class attendance, equipment usage and equipment repair as input to monthly, quarterly and or annual plan development.
  • Performs other duties as directed or assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning tasks that are logically related.


Master’s degree in an appropriate specialization and two years of experience; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialization and four years of experience.


  • Previous experience in a health or academic discipline preferred
  • Previous experience in grant writing and with the IRB process preferred


For more information or to apply, please visit us on-line at and reference job opening ID 509681. Qualified applicants must submit a letter of interest accompanying their curriculum vitae with names and addresses of three professional references.

FIU is a member of the State University System of Florida and an Equal Opportunity, Equal Access Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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simulation operations job healthcare texas

Institution: Cook Children’s Health Care System

Title: Simulation Operations Specialist

Location: Fort Worth TX


The Simulation Operations Specialist will provide technical and instructional support for the day to day operations and is responsible for operating and maintaining sophisticated high, mid, and low fidelity simulation equipment, audio-visual equipment, photo production equipment and computer equipment.  The Simulation Operations Specialist will work in collaboration with department Director, experiential learning specialists, basic and advanced life support educator, clinical educators, information services/information technology and other identified stake holders. Position is Full-Time – 8a-5p (1st Shift).


  • Required Bachelor’s degree with a preference in computer technology or health related field.
  • Required five years of experience in learning based healthcare simulation technology.
  • Required proficiency in the use of audio/visual equipment (i.e., video cameras [GoPro, KB Port, REPLAY], monitors, microphones), including recording, duplication, and editing.
  • Required proficiency with PC applications such as Microsoft Office suite, and MAC applications.
  • Preferred Master’s or Advanced Degree in Technology or Health-related field.
  • Preferred proficiency with Laerdal, Gaumard and CAE patient simulators, software and hardware.
  • Preferred Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist (CHSOS).

For more information about Cook Children’s or to apply, please go to the Cook Children’s Job Posting Page

i-human patients

Another job posting from i-Human Patients who are looking for a Sr. Strategic Account Executive located in the Continental U.S! Apply today at this link here.

Job Description

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 continental 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.
  • 3+years ofmedical education, medical simulation, healthcare/medical device/medical equipment, or healthcare IT strategic account management experience — establishing account relationships and penetrating accounts — is required.
  • Proficiency with Google’s suite of office products, Salesforce, Concur, and OS X Yosemite a plus.
  • Self directed learning style with the ability to creatively problem solve is a must.

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.


  • Accountable for all sales and revenue generating activity in his/her region for medical, graduate nursing and physician assistant schools (and eventually other healthcare professional schools and provider organizations/hospitals)
  • Identify, build relationships and grow new and existing IHP accounts in a timely manner
  • Create and update a Territory Business Plan to include strategy, tactics and milestones as it relates to hitting goals set by the company
  • Collaborate with his/her team and build target list of accounts for IHP business
  • Assist and communicate effectively with all IHP departments as it relates to the sales process
  • Assist IHP departments responsible for ensuring current enterprise customers are in compliance with contract terms and conditions
  • Help establish and then comply with sales policies, pricing guidelines, and best practices for IHP’sservice offering
  • Thoroughly learn and maintain current knowledge of IHP’s products, and competitors’ content
  • Build and maintain effective contacts, sales plans, pipelines and forecasts in
  • Attend conferences to promote IHP’s visibility and generate leads and sales
  • Maintain the highest standards of integrity and respect for co-workers, customers and prospects
  • Work with operations team to ensure accounts are set-up for timely payment
  • Special projects as deemed by the Director of Sales, President or CEO

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
  • 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

Company Description

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.

Additional Information

Type: Full-time
Experience: Mid-Senior level
Functions: Sales
Industries:E-Learning, Hospital & Health Care, Information Technology and Services

For more information on IHP and this position, please visit their website at!


General Job Listings:


Title: Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist
Location: Baltimore, MD, US
Institution: University of Maryland Medical Center
Job ID #: 43873

The Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist of the Simulation Center is responsible for the day to day operation of all equipment in the center along with logistics and maintenance of that equipment. Assist Training & Simulation Program Manager and others in the day-to-day operation and strategic development of a high fidelity medical simulation environment focused on medical training.

Principal Responsibilities and Tasks:

1. Organize the placement of equipment and supplies in storerooms. Create sign-out sheets and other record keeping methods to track inventory location and level.
2. Perform preventive maintenance of equipment according to manufacturers’ recommendations. Monitor scheduled maintenance to ensure that equipment is operational. Work with manufacturers or vendors to correct equipment deficiencies in order to minimize down time.
3. Manage inventory levels.
4. Maintain records of student medical training according to approved policies.
5. Support the development of course curricula. Support development with technical knowledge of the Simulation Center capabilities and procedures to ensure that curriculums are accurate and appropriate.
6. Develop technical proficiency with all aspects of the operation, maintenance, support, trouble-shooting, and repair for all equipment.
7. Act as point of contact with the equipment manufacturers for trouble-shooting equipment and systems problems.
8. Direct hardware and software updates provided by equipment and software suppliers.
9. Assist with the operation of the simulators in training sessions when required.
10. Demonstrate and teach technical aspects of operating simulators to faculty members and others.
11. Support the short-, intermediate-, and long-term teaching, research, and revenue-generating goals of the Center.
12. Provide summaries of records to support monthly and annual operations reports.
13. Provide feedback to the center manager from trainees and instructors concerning acceptability of facilities and equipment for training needs.
14. Move equipment and supplies into and out of storerooms. Fill out sign-out sheets and other record keeping documents to track inventory location and level.
15. Monitor equipment performance to ensure that equipment is operational. Perform preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment according to manufacturers’ recommendations. Work with manufacturers or vendors to correct equipment deficiencies in order to minimize down time.
16. Research vendors for supplies and equipment; obtain bids.
17. Install original hardware and software plus updates provided by equipment and software suppliers.
18. Assist with the operation of the simulators in training sessions when required

Learn more on the University of Maryland Medical Center job posting page.


Job Title: Two Simulation Technician positions

Location: Los Angeles, CA.

Institution: Las Madrinas Pediatric Simulation Research Laboratory

The Simulation Technician and be responsible for the preparation, operation, and cleanup of all the simulation equipment for courses and scenarios offered at the Las Madrinas Pediatric Simulation Research Laboratory. The Simulation Technician will also perform periodic maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting to ensure the full functionality of all simulation center equipment, including related multimedia devices. This position will work in conjunction with the Simulation Specialist in all courses and simulation scenarios to create a realistic learning environment and experience for learners at the CHLA Simulation Center.

Minimum Education/Training Required: Associate’s degree in technology or related healthcare field required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Minimum Experience Required: 1 year minimum experience of healthcare simulation experience required; at least 1 year of experience in the related field is preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Knowledge of patient simulation services, technologies and applications; knowledge of computer hardware equipment and software for recording, duplication, mixing and editing; proficiency in MS Office Suite applications; basic knowledge of medical terminology required; clinical working background preferred.

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Company Name: Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Job Title: Director, Clinical Assessment and Simulation

Location: Parker, Colorado 80134

PRIMARY PURPOSE:       Demonstrate experience and expertise in biomedical or clinical education for predoctoral and/or postdoctoral students, provide service to the university and professional communities and engage in innovative scholarship and research to advance medical knowledge.  Extensive responsibility for development and delivery of educational and clinic medicine involving procedures both medical and surgical simulation for both predoctoral and/or postdoctoral students.  Contribute experience and effort toward the design, development, and implementation of simulation opportunities designed to advance the education and learning of and evaluate the knowledge, skills and competencies of students, residents, physicians and other professionals.


  1. Direct the education and instruction of medical students and other health care  professional students while providing mentorship and motivation for learning, research and scholarly activity in classroom environments, clinical settings, active learning groups, laboratory experience and research opportunities.
  2. Work closely with the Department of Primary Care, Chair of Specialty Medicine, Clinical Affairs, Director of Specialty Track, and Directors of Post Graduate Residency Programs of simulations and hybrid activities (simulation portion of the utilization of both simulators and SPs).
  3. Establish and maintain scheduled office hours for student advising, tutoring, remediation and consultation.
  4. Provide service to the university community and students through serving on COM and department committees, providing leadership, mentorship and expertise to student, participating in community outreach events and with professional organizations or groups as assigned by the Dean or Department Chairs.
  5. Participate in curriculum development, assessment and modification as a part of the college’s ongoing quality improvement and assessment program; participate in the development of clinical scenarios for simulation activities and technological simulation educational events; assist with the development, presentation, revision and evaluation of simulation cases; coordinate with Associate Deans, Phase Directors on the implement use of simulation scenarios on a regular basis within the curriculum.
  6. Participate in the assessment and evaluation of students and residents, provide feedback and remedial assistance to ensure that the students of the COM meet the standards established by the faculty and college and obtain the knowledge, skills and competency established.
  7. Participate in the assessment or evaluation of and provide feedback to other members of the faculty as a portion of the colleges ongoing quality improvement and assessment program.
  8. Train faculty as appropriate how to use the simulators to teach simulated clinical scenarios.
  9. Maintain a personal and professional development plan and portfolio, including documentation of teaching, professional development activities and plans, service provided to college and communities, scholarly activity and research to assure personal growth and continued competency with specialty field.
  10. Demonstrate the highest standard of professionalism and ethical behavior in all aspects of personal and professional actions and performance.
  11. Demonstrate and role model an ongoing ability to work cooperatively with colleagues, supervisors and support staff.
  12. Demonstrate adaptability and the willingness to assist the university and college in fulfilling its mission and vision though teaching, academic administrative duties (course/system coordinator), providing patient care, community service and/or perform special duties as assigned.
  13. Advance the prestige of the University and College through advancement of it mission and vision and advancement of your personal career.
  14. Oversight of Clinical Assessment and Simulation
  15. Oversight of Associate Director of Assessment and Simulation and Standardized Patients.

How To Apply:  For more information please visit us on-line at or to apply go to


Clinical Educator – Service Line

St. Luke’s Health System

Boise, Idaho

St. Luke’s Health System has an exciting opportunity for a Service Line Clinical Educator to join our team in Idaho! The Service Line Clinical Educator assesses, designs, develops, implements, evaluates and revises educational activities across the continuum of care in all practice settings for the St. Luke’s Health System in a manner that supports patient-centered care for a specific patient population. Acting as a system resource, the Service Line Clinical Educator participates and collaborates with all St. Luke’s System sites in planning, creating, and coordination of competencies and continuing education. In collaboration with unit-based Clinical Educators, the Service Line Clinical Educator participates in the review of materials for orientation and annual competency programs. The Service Line Clinical Educator collaborates with the Administrator, Director/Unit Director/and or Manager of Clinical, Hospital and Clinic settings and other appropriate audiences in assessing, facilitating, and/or presenting continuing education and other learning needs for all staff.

The Service Line Clinical Educator collects information from appropriate committees or councils from their respective patient populations and processes this information to continually update and evaluate existing educational programs and plan new programs in cooperation with other educators. The Service Line Clinical Educator coordinates programs, provides consultation, educational tools and information to unit-based Clinical Educators and staff within all practice settings in their areas of responsibility. The Service Line Clinical Educator also provides opportunities for employees to maintain clinical and advance skills according to departmental policies. The Service Line Clinical Educator acts as a facilitator, consultant, and leader in area of expertise. The Service Line Clinical Educator serves on system-wide committees that impact areas of responsibility. The Service Line Clinical Educator teaches and stresses importance of Evidence Based Practice in all educational offerings. Minimum Requirements include:


  • Masters degree from an accredited college/university in nursing, nursing education, adult education, or equivalent preferred; a Bachelors degree in Nursing with a minimum of 3 years of experience in the role of a nurse educator or equivalent.
  • Current Idaho RN license
  • Three years of RN experience
  • CPR and other certifications may be required, depending on the role of the educator
  • Advanced computer skills necessary for educational program development and tracking is strongly preferred
  • CHSE certification is strongly preferred
  • TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer is strongly preferred

For more information or to apply, visit our website at and

reference job posting #34774 or contact Chris Skidmore, recruiter at


Simulation Technology Specialist : Swedish Medical Center – Cherry Hill Campus


Job Title: Director of Clinical Simulation

Location: Columbia, MD

Institution: Maxim Healthcare

Position Description: The Director of Clinical Simulation is responsible for managing simulation and related educational and clinical activities within Maxim Healthcare. The Simulation Director organizes and manages lab activities, staff, equipment and technology used in educational activities within the simulation centers and supports external relationships for marketing the simulation lab. The duties of this position are broad in scope, requiring exceptional organizational, communication and instructional skills. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Strategically plans and facilitates simulation utilization and growth within the company
  • Develops and provides branches with instructional tools and training on clinical simulation
  • Develops clinical skills and competencies in the areas of clinical simulation, blended learning solutions, and adult learning
  • Develops/coordinates simulation courses related to initial and ongoing competency validation
  • Contributes to the achievement of established department goals and objectives and adheres to department policies, procedures, quality standards and safety standards
  • Complies with governmental and accreditation regulations
  • Develops and maintains positive working relationships with departments
  • Maintains proficiency in existing and emerging simulation technologies and clinical applications, including basic theory, design, and implementation
  • Participates in research data collection, management and analysis
  • Drives ROI tracking and adjusts programs accordingly
  • Serves as a simulation educational consultant and instructional designer to Maxim Healthcare
  • Has oversight responsibility of capital equipment related to simulation
  • Demonstrates ability to utilize technology for Simulation lab, classroom and clinical instruction
  • Participates in , curriculum development, course revision, updating of curricular materials, accreditation requirements, policy and procedure development.
  • Promotes the usage of simulation across all areas of the organization
  • Utilizes simulation technologies as an educational tool for varying skills levels
  • Performs other duties as assigned



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Job Title: Physician Assistant Clinical Training and Assessment Center Coordinator (Dublin, Ohio)
Institution: Ohio University
Location: Dublin, Ohio

This position coordinates the planning, implementation and management of the Physician Assistant Clinical

Training and Assessment Center (PA-CTAC) at the Dublin Campus. This position is responsible for all medical training models and equipment in the PA-CTAC and works with the Program Director or designee to coordinate the laboratory experiences therein collaborating with faculty, staff, students and standardized patients. The position also collaborates for assistance with Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE’s). Coordinate and support all clinical laboratory experiences, including the supervision and maintenance of the PA-CTAC.

Standardized patient coordination:

– Works with Program Director, faculty and the Dublin Heritage College of Medicine (Dublin-HCOM) to coordinate standardized patients.
– Provides orientation and training.

Center Management:

– Maintains, cleans and keeps in good repair medical equipment and simulators.
– Responsible for maintaining inventory, purchase and maintenance of educational equipment and related supplies for lab activities.
– Coordinates and supports clinical laboratory experiences within the Center.


– Assist with the planning and development of clinical simulation experiences, including clinical scenarios and scripts for standardized patients.
– Acts as liaison between faculty and students regarding the organization and implementation of clinical labs, simulations, practical exams and written exams and remediation.
– Acts as a liaison with other entities involved in continuing medical education.
– Assists in coordination of Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE) and other simulation activities.
– Coordinates and assists with BLS, ACLS and PALS program.

Administrative Responsibilities:

– Create and disseminate written reports as appropriate.
– Develop and monitor budget PA-CTAC.
– Coordinate with HCOM – Dublin CTAC to look for opportunities for collaboration.

Starting Date: January 4, 2016

Applications and Inquiries: Please complete the online application at and attach required documents. Required documents include a detailed cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references with current contact details, including email addresses. Review of application materials will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by January 4, 2016.


Position: Senior Clinical Coordinator

Location: Des Moines

Institution: Des Moines University

The Senior Clinical Coordinator will collaborate with, the Simulation Specialist to create rigorous, relevant, realistic and educationally sound simulation encounters. The Senior Clinical Coordinator with ensure simulation center staff are prepared for scheduled simulations by providing clinical guidance during scenario preparations. Additionally, the Senior Clinical Coordinator will provide case facilitation, and debriefing sessions or arrange faculty coverage when appropriate.

In summary qualifications include:

  • P.A, degree with NCCPA certification
  • Master’s degree in simulation, adult education, or healthcare related field is preferred.
  • 5+ years of clinical experience. Critical care experience (e.g. ICU, ER) preferred.
  • Medical simulation experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience in course development and education methodology preferred. Interested candidates are invited to submit a thorough resume and detailed cover letter (address cover letter to Director Simulation Center) online at

A cover letter is required for consideration. Please note, Des Moines University does not accept faxed, emailed, hand delivered or mailed documents. Application Deadline: Position posting removed anytime at manager discretion Work Schedule: M-F 8-4:30 w/ occasional extended hours For a complete job description or fulltime salaried benefit summary please visit


Position: Nursing Simulation Lab Technician

Location: Miramar, FL

Institution: Ana G. Mendez University System


Details: Support faculty, students and campus leadership in initiatives involving clinical simulation research and effective teaching strategies in a simulated patient care environment. Supports all clinical learning lab and simulated patient care learning experiences with appropriate resources to successfully complete evidence-based learning opportunities in simulated patient care environment. Ensure set up and troubleshoot all SimLab equipment during course revision and pilots. Provide technical expertise to nursing faculty on how to incorporate SimLab technology and capabilities into teaching strategies.

Requirements: •Associate’s Degree in Nursing required, Bachelor’s preferred; Licensed RN. •One (1) to two (2) years of clinical nursing experience in acute patient care. •One (1) year experience with clinical simulation equipment. •Ability to maintain effective working relationships with the administrative staff, faculty and students. •Strong interpersonal, communication, and technology skills. •Ability to work as a member of a team. •Ability to work in a multi-task team environment. •Excellent communication skills in English and Spanish (verbal and written). •Available to work flexible schedule, including nights and weekends.. •Available to travel in or out of the United States for site support, trainings, conferences or meetings.


Title: Simulation Education Spec II

Location: Charlotte, NC

Institution: CHS Medical Education


Job Summary
Responsible for managing, facilitating and teaching activities for the Simulation Center. These activities involve both internal learners (medical residents, student nurses and allied health professionals) as well as external learners (visiting physicians and other health care providers, industry partners and community groups) who participate in simulated exercises. This position requires knowledge and experience with educational methods, simulation equipment and related curricula.

Essential Functions

– Serves as an educator and facilitator for simulation-based training and evaluation activities.
– Facilitates efficient use of Director’s time by assisting with departmental and inter-departmental day-to-day operations.
– Assists in research activities.
– Serves as a knowledgeable resource in the development of various research projects held at Carolinas Simulation Center.
Physical Requirements
Majority of time spent standing and walking within simulation center, sitting, typing, telephone communication, and writing, and lifting, pushing/pulling books, chairs, carts up to 50 pounds.

Education, Experience and Certifications
Masters Degree required, Doctorate/PhD preferred in nursing or other health related discipline. 5 years full time clinical experience required. BLS HCP certification from AHA required. Current certification in NRP and PALS preferred. Current BCLS and/or ACLS, NRP, PALS instructor certificate preferred. Prior clinical teaching experience using simulation require



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The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is recruiting an Assistant Director of Medical Simulation to oversee the medical simulation center (WVSOM Clinical Evaluation Center). This is a full time non-classified position with the possibility of a limited clinical practice. Experience in medical simulation education and experience with Standardized Patient methodology highly desired.

The major responsibility of this position is to facilitate programs occurring at the Clinical Evaluation Center (CEC) and to serve as the medical content expert for all programs initiated by the CEC. This individual is responsible for ensuring that medical content is at the appropriate level for the learner. This position will work collaboratively with the Director of the CEC and the CEC Operations Manager to ensure the quality and delivery of programs initiated by the Clinical Evaluation Center.  This position reports to the Director of the Clinical Evaluation Center.

Education and Experience:

  • The ideal candidate would be a Physician, Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. This position requires the candidate to be board certified or board eligible in their area of expertise.
  • Must be able to obtain a West Virginia Medical License.
  • Must currently be certified in ACLS and be a certified ACLS instructor or must obtain prior to hire. PALS certification and instructor certificate is highly desired.
  • Experience in medical simulation education and experience with Standardized Patient methodology highly desired.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license as travel is required.


This is a full-time non-classified position with full state benefits and is exempt from FLSA provisions regarding overtime. Faculty rank (if applicable) and salary commensurate with education and experience and includes moving expenses and medical malpractice insurance. Not all activities of this position occur within the confines of an 8:00-4:30 schedule and will require regular evening and weekend scheduling. Some travel including overnight travel will be required.

This position has been designated as Essential. This means that when WVSOM is faced with an institutional emergency, employees in such positions may be required to remain at their work location or to report to work to protect, recover and continue operations at WVSOM.


To view the full posting and to apply online, please visit

Applications are considered confidential and references are not contacted until later in the search process.  The search committee will begin its review of applications upon receipt and the search will remain open until the position is filled.


Title: Program Manager Nursing Simulation Lab

Location: Tempe, AZ

Institution: University of Phoenix


This position is responsible for the management and maintenance of the Nursing Simulation Lab Program which includes high fidelity and mid-fidelity human patient simulators, computers, audio-visual and medical equipment.


Responsibilities Snapshot:

  1. Understand human patient simulation and all its capabilities, ability to troubleshoot issues related to technology.
  2. Contribute relevant evidence based practice support for the development, implementation and evaluation of simulation policies, procedures, scenarios and skill acquisition in accordance with state board and international nursing association guidelines.
  3. Set up scenarios as directed by program outcomes in collaboration with the College Campus Chair (CCC), Director of Simulation, Academic Program Managers and Faculty for student learning.
  4. Provide set-up and training to staff and faculty on equipment, software and simulators.
  5. Coordinate training with Simulation Faculty for facilitation and debriefing trainings.
  6. Determine inventory level, anticipate needed supplies, place orders, verify receipt, and stock supplies.
  7. Actively engage in simulation community by attending and participating in vendor training sessions, maintains professional simulation organization membership and attends simulation conferences to maintain currency in field.
  8. Coordinates and runs all AV/IT/mannequin related technology for faculty during immersive patient care management scenarios.
  9. Mentor and coach simulation faculty by providing facilitation and debriefing techniques and feedback on performance.
  10. Coordinate with faculty to prepare for skills labs, pharmacology labs & Physical Assessment labs.
  11. Assist faculty with documenting student performance on labs and critical skills in designated clinical data base.

How to apply:

Inquiries please direct to:



Title: Clinical Coordinator

Location: Des Moines, Iowa

Institution: Des Moines University

Located in Des Moines, Iowa and over 100 years old Des Moines University is seeking a Clinical Coordinator) to join it’s highly regarded Simulation Center. As part of our state-of-the-art Simulation Center, the Simulation Lab affords our graduate health sciences students opportunity to hone skills and gain confidence in diagnosing and treating a wide range of cases on lifelike mannequins in an authentic clinical environment! The Clinical Coordinator will work with the Senior Clinical Coordinator, and Surgical Skills Lab Coordinator to prepare for courses held for all DMU students, within the Skills Lab and to prepare facilitation of scheduled simulations. The Clinical Coordinator will work with various faculty stakeholders from DMU to prepare for sessions, set up task trainers, conduct training, prepare and conduct scenarios, facilitate debriefing sessions and arrange faculty coverage when appropriate.

In summary qualifications include:

  • RN, BSN, or other advanced degree ( PA, DO, MD, etc) required.
  • 5+ years of clinical/medical experience required; critical care experience (i.e., ICU, ER preferred).
  • Medical simulation strongly preferred.
  • Experience in course development and education methodology preferred.
  • Basic to intermediate PC knowledge and skills required; MS Office, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.)
  • Excellent communications, analytical, problem solving and decision making skills required
  • Current and valid Iowa license to practice. Interested candidates are invited to submit a thorough resume and detailed cover letter (address cover letter to Director Simulation Center) online at A cover letter is required for consideration.

Application Deadline: Position posting removed anytime at manager discretion Work Schedule: M-F 8-5 w/ occasional extended hours For a complete job description or fulltime salaried benefit summary please visit

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Institution: University of Alabama in Huntsville
Location: Huntsville, Alabama
Title: Director, Learning Resource Center / College of Nursing

Job Description:

The Director will manage the Learning Resource Center (LRC).  The LRC includes clinical practice laboratories, highly technical simulation equipment, and accompanying technology for these units.  This responsibility includes setting up each clinical lab, recommending and ordering supplies, cataloging and tracking equipment, and collaborating with the Human Patient Simulation (HPS) Support Specialist to schedule and implement simulation sessions.  The Director works cooperatively with other administrators, faculty, staff, and students to provide a positive supportive learning environment.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience/3 years of full-time work experience in one or more of the following areas: nursing, healthcare administration, simulation, laboratory, bio-medical, engineering or combined management experience/must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds/must possess strong organizational, communication, and excellent interpersonal skills/must have general knowledge of medical supplies/must be able to work flexible hours and occasional special events/must have basic computer hardware and software experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

The approximate annual salary range for this position is $50,000 – $56,751.

Additional Information:

Professional Certification
If a professional certification or degree verification is required for the vacancy, the University will require the applicant to provide copies of documents to verify such information.

Application Instructions:

Applicants MUST submit the following documents online:

1. UAH Application For Employment – (via Step 3 – Electronic Form)
2. Resume/CV – (via Step 4)

3.  Letter of Interest, Resume and References.

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Institution: Holyoke Community College

Location: Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040

Title: Assistant Patient Simulation Technician

The Assistant Patient Simulation Technician works collaboratively with the Simulation Coordinator, faculty, and staff to implement high-quality learning experiences in simulated healthcare education for students in Nursing, Foundations of Health, Radiology Technician and affiliated community partners. The Simulation Technician provides technical and administrative support to the simulation program. The technician conducts community outreach and facilitates and implements simulation programs with community partners. The Technician will have a solid background in the operation, programming, repair and maintenance of all patient simulation equipment and exhibit strong diagnostic and problem solving skills. The candidate will have excellent communication skills both written and oral, the ability to work independently as well as within various teams. Please note:  This is not a teaching position.

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Institution: Mount Saint Mary’s University

Job Title: Simulation Operations Manager

Location: Chalon Campus; Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA

The Simulation Operations Manager is responsible for the technical management of high and low fidelity simulations for multiple users.  This includes the fair utilization among those users since no one user has priority over another, and often this requires proactive problem solving to meet the scheduling and equipment needs of all programs.

This position provides systems and equipment management for high fidelity simulations and adapts emerging technologies to meet the educational needs of the TBSN nursing program.  The Simulation Operations Manager is responsible for supporting the technological aspects of realistic, highly complex clinical scenarios using sophisticated equipment and software, assists simulation team members in running clinical simulation that meets curriculum goals and produces measurable outcomes, supports inter-professional simulation learning experiences among diverse MSMU academic departments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Provide systems and equipment purchasing, management and repair for complex high and low fidelity clinical simulations.
  2. Program software to model simulators’ physiological responses in complex scenarios developed with faculty and the Simulation Director.
  3. Adapt emerging technologies to meet the educational needs of students and faculty.
  4. Support the technological aspects of realistic, highly complex scenarios using sophisticated hardware and software.
  5. Assist simulation team members and faculty in running high fidelity simulations.
  6. Ensure that the instructional media equipment such as video cameras, multimedia computer systems, and audio and video distribution systems are appropriate and functional at all times.
  7. Project, order, and maintain equipment and supplies from vendors that are needed for high and low fidelity simulations.
  8. Maintain records of simulation exercises as appropriate.
  9. Attend meetings to maintain currency with simulation scenarios, technology, and their use.
  10. Maintain current knowledge of simulation equipment, catalogs, and operation manuals.
  11. Assist with training faculty in the use of high and low fidelity equipment.
  12. Ensure a safe laboratory environment.
  13. Participate in public relations duties including tours and demonstrations in the simulation area.
  14. Provide training and direction to student workers and volunteers in the simulation area.
  15. Serve as the liaison with the Mount IT department and the equipment manufacturers as it relates to simulation.
  16. Demonstrate effective teamwork and team membership and support inter-professional simulation learning experiences including DPT and other Mount program faculty and students.
  17. Display a high degree of initiative, energy, dedication, and innovation on a regular basis.
  18. Adhere to all protocols and curricular requirements approved by the faculty.
  19. Work with the simulation team to develop and implement a simulation evaluation program.
  20. Assist with grant writing as necessary.
  21. Perform related duties as assigned.

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Institution: University of Alabama in Huntsville

Job Title: Healthcare Simulation Technician

Location: Huntsville, AL

The Healthcare Simulation Technician plans and executes all operational and technical aspects of healthcare simulated learning activities, nursing simulation-based education, and scenario-based training in the LTRC and associated programs/partners and must possess a practical knowledge and experience as a registered nurse to provide the clinical expertise in the College of Nursing simulation program. The healthcare simulation technician demonstrates operational and technical proficiency with all aspects of the operation, maintenance, support, trouble-shooting, implementation, hardware/software updates, training, and repair of all simulation labs’ inventory, such as the human patient simulator systems, simulation task trainers, associated medical equipment, and computer/audiovisual systems. This individual will work with over 300 students every semester in simulation. The position will be cross trained to provide support for nursing laboratory clinical experiences.

All inquiries please visit the University of AL Career Homepage


Institution: Thomas Jefferson University

Job Title: Standardized Patient Trainer

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Trains standardized patients to participate in the education of medical students and health professionals by portraying cases accurately and to support the teaching, assessment and evaluation of the curriculum as defined by the faculty. Conducts quality assurance of standardized patients. Design creative and interactive/multimedia (eLearning) training content, including but not limited to quizzes, demonstration, modules and learning activities. Updates and enters data into the Arcadia/EMS system. Become an authority on Arcadia/EMS system and eLearning software, i.e. Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate. This task involves multiple responsibilities and requires interfacing successfully with faculty, staff, and standardized patients.


  • Trains standardized patients
  • Maintains data base of evaluation cases
  • Assists with case modification
  • Ensures standardized patients have the most current training material
  • Implementing eLearning technologies into current curriculum
  • Analyzing training needs, designing and developing, and implementing multimedia courses
  • (eLearning) to ensure customer (internal and external) needs are met.

All inquiries please contact:

Rob Hargraves 215-503-8688 (office).


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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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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