The Professional Development Advisor will prepare students with career related skills, career planning assets and materials they need to secure graduate medical education (GME) training positions. The Office of Student and Professional Development (OSPD) office advises and prepares students to successfully secure residency placement through the NRMP, CARMS, SFMatch, Urology, and other matching services. The Professional Development Advisor will work as part of the OSPD team as well as an integrated student advisement team working collaboratively with other student facing colleagues to provide support services.
The Registrar Advisor is responsible for conferring Doctorate of Medicine degrees to ensure potential graduates can begin their medical residencies as scheduled. They conduct regular degree audits and provide counseling to students regarding University policies and procedures related to enrollment, records, and registration. The Registrar Advisor is also responsible for processing a high volume of student information through the Banner Student Information System and SalesForce CRM. This position will be part of the Office of the Registrar department as well as part an integrated student advisement team working collaboratively with other student facing colleagues to provide support services to students. All of these responsibilities require a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail and a moderate to high level of independent judgment and discretion. This position reports to the Associate Registrar for Registrar Advising.
The Clinical Advisor is responsible for placing medical clinical students (semesters 5-10) into core and elective clinical clerkships at AOA or ACGME approved clinical training sites that meet the University’s requirements and comply with state and federal regulations with respect to licensure and residency. He/she will ensure that are scheduled to meet graduation requirements and continuously excellent customer service while working to overcome student issues to promote student success.
The Senior Program Coordinator is based in Bakersfield working at Kern Medical Center. The Senior Program Coordinator will work directly with Kern Medical Center and Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) students to ensure students are credentialed and ready to start clinical clerkships. The Senior Program Coordinator will work closely with Kern Medical Center administration on orientation, student documentation and evaluations. This position will work closely with the Director of Medical Education and the Associate Director of Medical Education at Kern Medical Center and will participate in UME and GME activities as it relates to Ross University School of Medicine.