Leadership Opportunity - Residency Assistant Program Director / IM

Olympia Fields, IL

Inpatient and outpatient

We are currently seeking a Board-Certified Internal Medicine physician to join the faculty leadership team for an Internal Medicine Residency Program and provide oversight for residents at our clients Outpatient Ambulatory Clinic. Ideal candidate must have experience in teaching medical students, residents or fellows. Candidate will display exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, experience in scholarship (discovery, innovation or education), strong organizational management proficiency and trainee oversight competencies, knowledge of the clinical learning environment and micro-teaching skills, and familiarity with curriculum development and implementation.


  • Schedule: Monday – Friday, variable
  • Physician will serve as backup call to residents
  • Half time program administrative oversight, including resident coaching and support activities, scholarship, curriculum development, support of the clinical learning environment and clinic faculty schedule, and faculty development
  • Half time Outpatient Clinic teaching and supervision of trainee longitudinal clinical care activities
  • Supervision of up to 4 residents per clinic session in the provision of patient care
  • Teaching residents on relevant disease states, ensuring knowledge of pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, cure, risk mitigation and prevention
  • Evaluation and feedback of the residents
  • Attendance at program meetings including conferences, journal clubs and case presentations
  • Support an environment of scholarly activity through the support of resident participation in innovation, investigation, discovery, process improvement and related activities
  • Curriculum and policy review and development
  • Supervision and teaching of ambulatory outpatient procedures required for residents to care for patients and successfully qualify for the ABIM certifying exam
  • Option to participate in a part-time faculty outpatient practice

Posted February 23, 2021