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OEIS Student Internship Program

About

The OEIS Student Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to gain work experience, earn money, and contribute to the School of Pharmacy in a meaningful way. OEIS highly values our student interns, not only do they expand our workforce, they bring new ideas and the student-viewpoint into our work.

Our internship program utilizes Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program funds and works closely with the UCSF Student Financial Aid Office for hiring and onboarding.

Process

Step 1

Review job postings below, complete student internship application form, and interview with OEIS student internship coordinator.

Student Internship Application (Complete by Aug 18, 2019)

Review work-study program hiring procedures in detail--make sure you have been awarded money for work study.

Student Financial Aid: Work-Study Program

Step 2

Complete employment paperwork with OEIS.

Step 3

Complete on-boarding with Financial Aid work-study coordinator and review resource page for student employees.

Student Financial Aid: Work-Study Employees

Step 4

Kickoff work by meeting with OEIS student internship coordinator and OEIS staff leads to set work schedule, scope your work/project, and set expected outcomes.

Step 5

Complete biweekly timesheets, meet regularly with OEIS student internship coordinator to track ongoing progress, present outcomes at end of project/employment term.

Job Postings

Pharmacy Education Website Intern

# of Positions: 2

Description:

Under the direction of OEIS staff, the Website Interns will work on updating and maintaining numerous webpages with current information. They will also work closely with multiple School of Pharmacy departments to plan and coordinate improvements to our web presence with a focus on user-centered design. This is an excellent opportunity to have a direct impact that benefits your fellow classmates and faculty.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Review, update, and maintain content on OEIS’s websites.
  • Further develop and improve our faculty and student resource pages.
  • Work with staff partners to build a project plan for the restructuring of OEIS’s web content.
  • Curating and creating content as necessary per site.
  • Follow design standards and best practices.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience with HTML and CSS.
  • Experience with web page design and layout
  • Knowledge of Drupal or other CMS.
  • Graphic design skills.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Must demonstrate reliability and strong attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


Applied Patient Care Skills Intern

# of Positions: 3

Description:

Under the direction of the APCS Director and Coordinator, the APCS Interns will support teaching efforts in the Transformation Curriculum. This is a great opportunity to collaborate closely with faculty, gain teaching experience, and learn about education administration.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Preparing and facilitating skills sessions and practice hours.
  • Developing and editing patient cases.
  • Creating top 200 drug quizzes and developing creative new assessment tools.
  • Grading SOAP notes.
  • Inventorying skills materials.
  • Working with other APCS Interns to distribute workload and find coverage as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Class of 2021T PharmD student.
  • High performance in APCS curriculum, including OSCEs.
  • Demonstrated strong writing skills.
  • Interest working in an educational environment.
  • Ability to commit to a schedule and show up promptly when expected.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


PharmD Curriculum Planning Intern

# of Positions: 1

Description:

The Curriculum Planning Intern will work closely with the OEIS Staff to provide support to several core functions in education administration. Course scheduling and curriculum planning require meticulous coordination, and this role supports these efforts through data entry, faculty recruitment support, resource reporting, and various other administrative tasks.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Entering schedule data into Smartsheet and Ilios, the student calendar.
  • Developing and creating reports on classroom usage and teaching hours.
  • Assisting with the recruitment of faculty for teaching by creating surveys and tracking assignments.
  • Preparing materials for events and educational activities.
  • Updating and maintaining the directory of volunteer faculty.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience with Excel and interest in learning Smartsheet.
  • Shows utmost attention to details.
  • Knowledge of Qualtrics or other survey tools.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage multiple work streams efficiently.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


Patient Case Bank Intern

# of Positions: 1

Description:

Under the direction of OEIS staff and School of Pharmacy faculty, the Patient Case Bank Intern will assist with implementing case-based learning in the PharmD curriculum by building and maintaining a repository of patient cases.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Find, collect, and organize past patient cases.
  • Research and document best practices for writing patient cases.
  • Create a standard patient case template.
  • Develop a way for faculty to search for specific cases on multiple variables.
  • Develop an approach to tracking the use of patient cases in the curriculum.
  • Create training and informational resources for Faculty.

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in using UCSF Box.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word.
  • Experience performing literature reviews.
  • Experience with patient cases: writing SOAP notes, OSCEs, patient encounters.
  • Experience with database development in Microsoft Access and/or SQL.
  • Must demonstrate strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


Curriculum Build Intern

# of Positions: 2

Description:

The Curriculum Build Intern will work closely with the OEIS staff and School of Pharmacy faculty to create and edit master calendars and block calendars for the PharmD Curriculum. They will also attend meetings with pharmacy staff to assist with note taking and visual presentations. This is a great opportunity to collaborate closely with faculty and gain experience in curriculum building.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Partner with faculty on building and revising courses for the Curriculum 2018 and Beyond.
  • Create and edit master calendars and block calendars for the PharmD Curriculum.
  • Attend theme meetings with School of Pharmacy faculty.
  • Collect information during theme meetings to update the master and block calendars.
  • Navigate visual aids on the screen during meetings.
  • Assisting with the collection and compiling of learning materials.

Qualifications:

  • Class of 2021P PharmD student.
  • Pharmacy subject matter expertise.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Experience in using Microsoft Excel.
  • Proficient in note taking.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to keep all information confidential (*Important*).

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


Curriculum Mapping Intern

# of Positions: 3

Description:

The Curricular Mapping Interns will work with School of Pharmacy faculty and OEIS staff to create a curriculum map that tracks the breadth and depth of topics taught within the PharmD program. This map is essential for identifying gaps or redundancies in content and provides a blueprint that is highly useful for faculty in the development of the curriculum. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain experience in curriculum building and learn about education administration.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Review and learn ACPE Accreditation Standards related to curriculum mapping.
  • Entering data into Ilios, the curriculum management system.
  • Linking session objectives to course objectives.
  • Tagging sessions with Appendix I and other taxonomies.
  • Entering and extracting data from spreadsheets.
  • Creating reports and visualizations from curriculum mapping data.

Qualifications:

  • Interest working in an educational environment.
  • High level of performance in the PharmD curriculum.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.
  • Experience working with Excel and/or Smartsheet.
  • Proficient in using UCSF Box.
  • Experience with Tableau or high aptitude to learn.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus


Digital Communication Intern

# of Positions: 1

Description:

This position is responsible for OEIS's online communication and marketing presence. The position ensures that web pages and content and messages are created, executed, and evaluated for effectiveness. The position implements web and technology in support of the departments marketing, communication and strategic plan goals.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Developing design products as they pertain to OEIS needs.
  • Developing department branding standards and digital assets.
  • Writing newsletter copy and generating communications calendars.
  • Collaborating with Faculty and Staff on developing newsletter content.
  • Assisting with other projects assigned within the purview of OEIS.
  • Follow design standards and best practices.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated strong writing skills.
  • Knowledge of audience engagement.
  • Graphic design skills and experience creating infographics.
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Must demonstrate reliability and strong attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote


Multimedia and Production Intern

# of Positions: 1

Description:

Under the direction of OEIS staff, the Multimedia and Production Interns will design and develop traditional and interactive multimedia content for instructional presentations, including video and other electronic media. This position supports asynchronous and active learning initiatives at the School of Pharmacy by working closely with Instructional Designers and faculty to create effective and engaging content (print and electronic) for our students.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Develop effective and engaging multimedia materials utilizing video, PowerPoint, and other interactive technologies.
  • Utilize software applications to create from scratch or adapt templates, course materials, instructional materials, and multimedia assets into an integrated final product.
  • Creates graphic formats for web, video, and print delivery to deliver a visual interpretation of technical concepts.
  • Work directly with faculty instructors gather requirements and record/produce video content.
  • Plan and perform video post-production tasks which including reviewing footage and making editorial decisions.
  • Review and edit automatically generated closed captioning.
  • Follow design standards and best practices.

Qualifications:

  • Pharmacy subject matter expertise for editing closed captioning.
  • Experience with video development using editing software.
  • Experience with graphic design using editing software
  • Design skills and experience creating infographics and other design products.
  • Knowledge of or high aptitude for learning eLearning authoring tools.
  • Expertise with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
  • A balance between strong written communication and creativity.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Must demonstrate reliability and strong attention to detail.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote