All roles share responsibility for modelling and supporting policies and practices that are aligned with DFM’s commitment to truth and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, to addressing the harms of racism experienced by Black and People of Colour and to creating and sustaining an equitable, diverse and inclusive workplace for all.
The Department of Family Medicine’s commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism, guides our selection processes.
Domain Lead Roles
The Domain Lead acts as an advisor and resource to the Family Medicine postgraduate training program, in the associated domain of clinical care. They will work closely with the Site Directors, particularly the Curriculum Director in their role, to ensure that residents in the program receive the best possible educational experience and are assessed appropriately, and that accreditation standards defined by the CFPC are maintained.
We are currently inviting interest for the Global Health, Rural and Care of the Elderly Domain Lead Roles. Interested family physicians are invited to submit a letter of interest and CV to Nancy Devlin firstname.lastname@example.org, Manager, Education Enterprise no later than June 25th, 2021.
Global Health -This role is oriented to support all family medicine residents in developing core global health competencies as defined in the FM program, as well as supporting those with a global health interest in acquiring enhanced competency.
A full role description can be accessed here: Domain Lead – GH
Rural – This role is oriented to rural medicine competency development for all McMaster family medicine residents, not specifically those who are based in the rural site.
A full role description can be accessed here: Domain Lead – Rural
Care of the Elderly – This role will work in collaboration with the Curriculum Director to oversee development of an overall curriculum pertaining to Care of the Elderly. This includes clear articulation of competency-based objectives, guided by CFPC.
*Hamilton faculty applicants please note the below LTC Experience Coordinator role that can be combined with this role
A full role description can be accessed here: Domain Lead – COE
Long Term Care Experience Coordinator, Hamilton Site
The Long-Term Care (LTC) Experience Coordinator is responsible for the oversight, coordination, and scheduling of the long-term care experience for Hamilton-based family medicine residents during their PGY1 and PGY2 years. The Long-Term Care Coordinator will work closely with the Hamilton Site Director, academic teaching unit Education Coordinators, Education Associates, and the Care of Elderly Domain lead. In addition, this person will maintain strong relationships with local LTC physicians, other health care professionals associated with this rotation, and the Geriatric Medicine and Geriatric Psychiatry Program Directors.
A full role description can be accessed here: Hamilton LTC Coordinator
Simulation Lead, Hamilton Site
The Hamilton Site Simulation Lead will oversee the expansion and provision of simulation content, resources and activities for medical trainees and faculty at the Hamilton Site.
Interested family physicians are invited to submit a letter of interest and CV to Nancy Devlin email@example.com, Manager, Education Enterprise.
A full role description can be accessed here: Simulation Lead Hamilton Site
Upcoming opportunity to Lead the Development of Family Medicine Research and Scholarship in the Niagara Region
Interested family physicians are invited to submit a CV and 1-2 page letter of interest to Jennifer Gough (firstname.lastname@example.org), Manager, Faculty Relations, that describes a brief proposal for the leadership and initiatives that would be undertaken to fulfill the mandate of the initial 3-year term of the Professorship once confirmed.