Student Heath Services at the University of South Florida will be student’s first choice for accessible quality healthcare, education, and advocacy delivered by competent and compassionate professionals. SHS provides USF students with high quality evidenced based medical care and health education to support collegiate success and sustained wellness. This program will provide USF students, and others, with previous medical training an opportunity to obtain clinical service hours and work along side nurses and physicians.
Transactional/Administrative Duties and Responsibilities
Education and Experience
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
Employees are required to maintain a clean, neat appearance and be in uniform with ID badge at all times while in the clinic and on shift.
All uniform requirements are to be provided by the employee before their Clinical Training Day.
Phase 1 - Application: Your application, resume, and cover letter will be reviewed by our selection committee. This review process can take up to two weeks to complete. If you are selected, you will be contacted to schedule an in-person interview.
Please bring the following to the interview: your resume, cover letter, and a copy of your certification/license and BLS CPR card.
The dress is business causal.
Phase 2 - Orientation: After your interview, you will be contacted to sign up for an Orientation Class conducted by SHS. You are to bring a photo ID (government issued), copy of your certification or license, BLS CPR card, and all immunization records. Any appropriate tests will be ordered if there are any deficiencies in your immunizations. During Orientation, you will be briefed on the clinic's policies and procedures, provided information for scheduling your Background Check and Fingerprinting procedure, and instructions for completing the required training modules (including HIPAA Privacy and OSHA Blood Born Pathogens). You will also have your photo taken for your uniform ID badge.
Phase 3 - Clinical Training: After your Orientation, you will be contacted with information on scheduling a Clinical Training shift.
If you successfully complete your Clinical Training shift, you will officially be a Health Support Staff Member!