Admissions Interviewer

St. George's International School of Medicine invites applicants to apply for a fully remote opportunity within the United Kingdom as Admissions Interviewer. Candidates may apply directly on our Career Site or emailing

The Admissions Interviewer works within the Office of Marketing, Recruitment and Enrollment Operations (MREO) and is responsible for conducting interviews of prospective medical students and preparing interview summaries that assist in the holistic evaluation of each candidate. This role reports to the Director, Interview Program and works closely with the Interview Coordinators to schedule and conduct interviews of prospective applicants worldwide.

The Admissions Interviewer is a full-time, permanent position based remotely out of your home location.

Essential Functions

• Prepare for, conduct, and summarize admission interviews across various world regions.

• Assess each applicant on the desired attributes of an SGU medical student. This work will be performed utilizing guidelines provided by the Interview Program in liaison with the Interview Task Force, Faculty Student Selection Committee, and MREO leadership.

• Demonstrate professionalism, cultural awareness, active listening, and thoughtful written communication when conducting interviews and preparing summaries.

• Attend bi-weekly or monthly professional development sessions as required.

• Review and incorporate guidelines from newsletters and other resources provided by the Interview Program.

• Submit timely interview summary reports and respond in a timely manner to Interview Program inquiries.

• Be a positive contributor to a collegial, supportive, student-centered environment.

• Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

Essential Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

• Knowledge of the dedication, resilience, and academic rigor necessary to succeed in a graduate level health professions program.

• Familiarity with the multi-dimensional skills sets needed to be a compassionate, caring, and outstanding physician.

• Demonstrated excellence in interviewing and strong writing skills.

• Commitment to conducting interviews and representing the Office in an ethical and professional manner.

• Recognition of the strength and value of diversity and commitment to active listening, thoughtful, and open reflection for all students.


• MD or equivalent such as, not but limited to: DO, DPM, PhD, EdD, DrPH, or similar.

• Experience in healthcare or health professions education required.

Hours and Travel

• A part-time interviewer will provide availability to conduct at least 12 interviews per month. This generally amounts to making oneself available for at least 8 hours per week. Part-Time Interviewers will be required to provide set dates and times for their availability from which applicants may choose to book an interview.

• A full-time interviewer will conduct on average five interviews per business day.

• Professional development sessions typically occur once or twice a month for an additional 1-3 hours each month.

• Most interviews will be conducted virtually with the possibility for occasional in-person interviews.

• Evening and weekend hours may be needed dependent upon needs of the program.


• This position is a remote position, with occasional in-person interviews as needed.

Please note this vacancy will close on 17/07/2022

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