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Pre-Health Advisor

Categories: Great Lakes Region 5


Undergraduate Advantage


University of Wisconsin - Madison

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Position Description

Successful candidates will be trained to advise students preparing to apply to health professions programs, such as medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, graduate programs in public health and the allied health professions. Candidates should have a minimum of 5+ years advising/teaching experience, preferbly in a related field.


  • Assist in updating the Center for Pre-Health Advising?s web and social media presence (see
  • Maintain and develop communications for the Center for Pre-Health Advising?s social media presence.
  • Assist in developing academic planning guides and other publications in support of the Center for Pre-Health Advising's mission.
  • Help design and coordinate campus events including workshops and clinician panels.
  • With the rest of the CPHA staff, develop and maintain the Center for Pre-Health Advisings Learn@UW courses for students applying to health professions programs.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings.
  • Participate in the Campus Committee on Pre-Health Advising, a group that meets four times each academic year.

Application Information

Institution Information

The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

Additional Information

$42,167 ANNUAL (12 months)

Contact Information

Kory Deavers


Required Qualifications

  • Masters required
  • Candidates should have experience in Pre-Health Advising. Applicants with a background in college-level teaching and/or undergraduate advising who have worked closely with students preparing for graduate programs or health professions programs are strongly encouraged to apply.Candidates should have a minimum of 5+ years advising/teaching experience, preferbly in a related field.
  • Candidates should possess an understanding and appreciation of the challenges faced by undergraduate students at a large research university and should have an interest in working with highly motivated pre-professional students. Candidates should be self-directed, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, be familiar with undergraduate academic programs on campus, and have a proven ability to work collaboratively and with diverse groups of students. Candidates should be skilled in organizing and implementing multiple tasks and projects.

Preferred Qualifications

  • PHD preferred