The Department of Medical Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine (UIC DME), the oldest continuously operating department of medical education in the world with a strong commitment to scholarship and leadership in the field, invites applications and nominations for up to two open-rank tenure-track or non-tenure-track faculty positions in the areas of curriculum/evaluation and psychometrics/measurement.

These positions carry responsibilities in research, teaching, and service in medical or health professions education, and, for applicants at the Associate Professor or Professor level, opportunities for leadership in departmental programs. DME faculty are expected to maintain active and visible research programs in their area(s) of expertise that advance the field of HPE. Faculty members teach and advise graduate students in the MHPE program and the Doctoral program in Curriculum Studies with a focus in HPE, as well as teach in the department’s certificate programs and faculty development activities.

The ideal candidate for these faculty positions will be pursuing an academic career in Health Professions Education (HPE), with broad interests and skills within the discipline as well as depth in curriculum/program evaluation, and/or psychometrics/measurement, demonstrated scholarship, and a track record of funding commensurate with experience. Candidates should indicate their specific field(s) of expertise in HPE and describe their experience in teaching.

Experience in medical education or other health professions education is desirable in applicants at the Assistant Professor level, and required for applicants at the Associate Professor or Professor level. PhD, MD, or EdD degree is required.

Applicants should indicate their interest by sending a letter, curriculum vitae, names of three references and up to three selected publications or other works of scholarship via one of the two links below.

Start dates for the positions are flexible, with immediate start possible. For fullest consideration, please apply by Friday, May 1, 2020.

For more information, contact Rachel Yudkowsky, Chair, Search Committee,