To qualify you must have strong reading and writing skills to absorb and use the detailed case training and exam procedural information. General computer skills. Must be able to use a simple computer program, mainly involving clicking the ‘mouse’ and typing on the keyboard. An SP must be able to follow directions in achieving the portrayal, be highly dependable in their work, including punctuality. Must be responsible about keeping track of scheduled work days. Must be able to portray a person other than him or herself effectively and consistently in a standardized way. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required. Must be willing to wear a hospital gown with only undergarments underneath, while on camera and/or observed live through an observation window or video monitor. Comfort with a physical examination of SP’s entire body by health care professionals with exception of rectal, pelvic, genital, female breast and corneal reflex examinations. Must be comfortable having repeated physical examination maneuvers performed on self. Must be objective when interacting with and rating examinees of all backgrounds. Able to be flexible regarding assignments and scheduling. Must be willing to work a varied schedule due to a potential 7-day per week, schedule of exams for AM and PM shifts.
Experience as a standardized patient desirable. Experience in theater, medical field or educational field desirable.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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