Proctor Job Description

A Proctor assists in running the actual assessment of medical students at the University of Michigan Medical School.

Tasks a proctor may be assigned to assist in any of the following capacities:
  • Manage a clinical skills lab, which could entail assigning participants to appropriate rooms, timing an activity, setting up rooms.
  • Collecting and organizing paperwork.
  • Locating SPs for encounters and assisting in getting them to the designated areas.
  • Checking in/out SPs.
  • Fielding student questions, and requesting staff assistance when needed.
  • Troubleshooting computer issues.

Requirements:
  • Availability for all dates of an event (trainings, practice interviews, exam dates).
  • Be organized, able to multi-task, allude a confident and positive demeanor, and be comfortable with technology.
  • Reliable, punctual and dependable.
  • Excellent communication skills and ablility to assist SPs, faculty, staff, and students during events.
  • Educational training and/or professional experience in health professions, communication, behavioral sciences, or education preferred.

Hours:

  • Proctors are scheduled based on the students' curricular schedules. Dates are provided as far in advance as possible.
  • Trainings and events typically run during the week, Monday-Friday, between the hours of 7a-6p. Any scheduling outside of this window is provided notice.
  • All proctors are temporary employees of the University of Michigan Medical School, however do not receive any additional benefits associated with the University.

  • Ensure you fill out this form completely. Our HR representative may call you for additional information/screening depending on our current recruitment needs.