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University of Nebraska Medical Center

Join Our Team

iEXCEL Team in the Davis Global Center Atrium

iEXCEL is expanding & looking for talented, energetic individuals to join our team.

As a diverse group of interdisciplinary staff, we understand the power of celebrating differences and promoting inclusion. If you enjoy a unique, fast-paced and collaborative work environment while making a significant impact in real-world health care and education, please consider the opportunities below.

Full-Time Positions

Advanced Surgical Simulation Specialist II

This position assists in the creation of innovative solutions and is a liaison for faculty and staff for the incorporation of surgical simulation into the training for students, residents and healthcare professionals. This position will provide operational support of facilities, activities, and resources for simulation, clinical skills and other entities utilizing the center. This includes providing technical and hands-on support for surgical simulation session preparation (human tissue, equipment, venue, etc.) and delivery. Participates and supports faculty and staff research activities focused on educational and clinical outcomes. This position will also support faculty and staff presentations and publications by linking them to data captured from the simulation training sessions.

 

Part-Time Positions

SIM-NE Simulation Support Technician (Part-Time As Needed)

This position will provide operational support of facilities, activities, and resources for SIM-NE training events and other activities utilizing the trucks. This includes providing technical and hands-on support for simulation truck preparation and delivery.

Bilingual Standardized Patients (Part-Time As Needed)

Bilingual Standardized Patients (SP) are trained to present a patient history and sometimes physical symptoms as they portray real patient cases in learning or testing situations and provide feedback to learners. The role of an SP is to behave as real patients might in a given situation, so our students can practice before seeing real patients in an office or hospital setting. Sample cases are depression, lower back pain, joint pain, headache, chest pain, menopause symptoms, hypertension, urinary tract infection, partner violence and panic attack. Outside preparation is required to review, learn, and memorize specific case material so a case scenario is portrayed in a consistent, accurate, reliable and professional manner.