Wed, 17 Aug 2016 00:00:00 GMT
We currently have a 2-year postdoctoral position available through the Cancer Prevention Department. The National Cancer Institute, as part of its NCI Community Oncology Research Network (NCORP), recently launched a program dedicated to Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR). This program encompasses a multidisciplinary field of scientific investigation, fusing health services research and statistical methods to examine how social factors, financing systems, organizational structures and processes, health technologies, and healthcare provider and individual behaviors affect cancer outcomes, access to and quality of care, cancer care costs, and the health and well-being of cancer patients and survivors.
SWOG is a national cancer clinical trials consortium, with a prominent and growing program in cancer care delivery research alongside its treatment and prevention programs. Candidates should have an interest in the investigation of novel research questions through the strategic linkage of independent datasets (i.e. “big data”) as well as in the design of prospective trials to examine cancer care delivery research questions.
The fellowship is under the direction of Dr. Joseph Unger within the Division of Public Health Sciences. Dr. Unger’s research program includes income disparities in access and outcome within cancer treatment trials; late effects of cancer treatment; the population impact and diffusion of cancer clinical trial-proven new treatments; and the design and analysis of symptom control, quality of life, and cancer care delivery trials.
PhD in Health Services Research, Biostatistics, or equivalent program with strong quantitative and analytic programming skills and an interest in health care delivery and policy.
Job Closes: open until filled
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Analysis Group Inc. provides innovative solutions in the areas of health economics, outcomes research, biostatistics and epidemiology to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. By drawing on our expertise in heath economics, biostatistics, econometrics, statistics and epidemiology, and through collaboration with leading academics, we offer cutting-edge analyses to address business challenges that require the highest quality of rigorous, evidence-based research. Our healthcare projects often involve identifying valuable research questions, designing and implementing data-intensive analyses, and disseminating research findings through conference presentations, peer-reviewed publications, and media releases. It is also our strong interest to develop innovative analytical methods to address needs of the health care research community. Examples of our health economics and outcomes research include comparative effectiveness research, cost-effectiveness analyses and budget impact modeling. We routinely draw on a variety of data sources including insurance claims, clinical trials, medical records, registries and surveys. In all of our endeavors, we offer experienced researchers in biostatistics, statistics, health economics and pharmacoepidemiology the opportunity to play a leading role in our research.
The Associate will work with a case team under the guidance of a case manager. The responsibilities include, but not limited to, developing and designing research studies to address clients’ needs, overseeing and performing analyses, and preparing project deliverables and publications in peer-reviewed literature.
Analysis Group fosters a progressive and academically oriented work environment, with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration across diverse areas of expertise. We seek candidates with an advanced degree in quantitative sciences such as heath economics, biostatistics, econometrics, statistics, epidemiology, and psychometrics. Candidates should have an outstanding track record of applying quantitative methods to real-world research problems, preferably in health care research. Proficiency in at least one statistical programming language (e.g., SAS, R, Stata, S-PLUS) is highly preferred. Candidates should also demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, a commitment to teamwork and collaborative problem solving, and aspiration for continuous learning and professional development.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including a statement of interest, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate GPA, and official transcript.
To apply for the Associate-Healthcare position, please visit: https://re13.ultipro.com/ANA1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*09B282326CC07FBF
Nothing in this Job Description restricts Analysis Group, Inc.’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time. This position is at will, which means that it can be terminated by the employee holding the position or by Analysis Group, Inc. at any time, with or without cause or notice. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information.
Job Closes: open until filled
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Analysis Group, Inc. draws upon deep expertise in health economics, outcomes research, and epidemiology to provide innovative, data-driven strategies for clients in the life sciences industry across all phases of product development and commercialization. Our work helps clients define markets, demonstrate value, and inform business decisions throughout product lifecycles. We have a broad range of expertise and collaborate with leading academics in heath economics, biostatistics, econometrics, statistics, and epidemiology to offer cutting-edge analyses to address business challenges that require rigorous, evidence-based research.
Analysis Group fosters a progressive and academically oriented work environment, with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration across diverse areas of expertise. Analysts will gain experience with development of databases and analytic files, programming, a range of data sources (including administrative claims data, clinical trial data, registries, and medical chart data), and drawing inferences from medical literature. Additionally, analysts will learn how to translate the findings from research into implications or recommendations for regulatory and business decisions.
We seek candidates with:
• A bachelors and/or master’s degree in Health Economics, Biostatistics, Economics, Statistics, Epidemiology or Psychometrics, or master’s degree in Public Health
• An interest in applying research methods to real-world problems
• Proficiency in at least one statistical programming language (e.g., SAS, Stata, R) is a plus
• Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
• A commitment to teamwork and collaborative problem solving
• An aspiration for continuous learning and professional development
To apply for the Analyst – Healthcare position please visit:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including a statement of interest and any geographic preferences, curriculum vitae, including undergraduate and graduate GPA and unofficial transcript(s).
When submitting your resume, please include an unofficial transcript and a cover letter indicating geographic preference(s).
◦Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
◦The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information.
Job Closes: open until filled
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Alaska Section of Epidemiology is recruiting a medical epidemiologist to serve as the Deputy State Epidemiologist and to manage the Infectious Disease/ Tuberculosis Program in Anchorage, Alaska.
The responsibilities of this position include:
We are a team of employees who demonstrate a vision for public health improvement, ensure all Alaskans have the opportunity to lead healthy lives, exemplify ethical conduct, apply the best available health information and strategies, and are committed to continuously and enthusiastically working to achieve the best health for Alaskans and their communities. As a division of the Department of Health and Social Services, the Division of Public Health is the chief strategist for existing and emerging public health issues in Alaska. Our services protect life, health, and safety of Alaskans; we serve as a trusted source of health information; and through our systems work, we strengthen the essential public health infrastructure, services, and partnerships.
The position will remain open until filled. Candidates must have a medical degree from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathic medicine, a license to practice medicine in Alaska, and training or work experience in public health. The starting annual salary for a Step A employee is $156,564 (plus $70,317 in benefits; more information on benefits is available at: http://doa.alaska.gov/drb/ghlb/index.html). Interested candidates should contact Dr. Joe McLaughlin via email at email@example.com or via telephone at (907) 269-8000, for more information.
Job Closes: open until filled
Thu, 08 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTOverview In 2005, CHAI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Malawi (GoM) to strengthen health systems in the most challenged districts, provide national support to HIV/AIDS drug pricing and programmatic work, support the pilot and scale-up of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) initiatives, expand access to ART for children, strengthen Malawi’s lab system, and scale-up an integrated nutrition Program for children. CHAI’s support to Malawi has expanded to include Human Resources for Health (HRH), Vaccines (pneumococcal and rotavirus), and Health Financing. CHAI’s health financing program is working with 10 of these countries to support Ministries of Health to substantially and sustainably improve access to essential health services for their populations. Health financing is often insufficient and overly reliant on donors and individuals paying out of pocket at facilities. Low income countries in Africa and South East Asia see over half of the global disease burden, are home to 40% of the global population and account for only 3% of health spending. Donor contributions for health have plateaued, and in many countries are likely to decline in the coming years. Domestic resources for health are increasing, but the rate of growth in government spending dedicated to health fluctuates and is often insufficient to meet population needs. In addition, resources that are made available may not be spent efficiently. Healthcare providers face stock-outs, ration services among patients and charge informal or formal user fees, which can act as a deterrent for patients, and particularly the poor, to seek care. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) seeks an Associate, Health Financing to help the Government of Malawi (GoM) address challenges of limited resources for the health sector. The Associate will be based in Lilongwe, Malawi and will report to the Program Manager, Health Financing within the Evidence for Impact Cluster. Malawi faces a challenge of limited resources for the health system, and CHAI has partnered with the government to seek new sources of financing and to realise maximum impact from existing financing. Currently the MoH is undertaking the development of the Health Sector Strategic Plan II (2016-2021) and revision of the country’s Essential Health Package (EHP). Over the next few years, CHAI will support the Department of Planning and Policy Development (DPPD) to overcome the health systems constraints to deliver the revised EHP to the entire population, including the quantification of key systems gaps and prioritization toward a phased EHP scale-up plan. In addition, CHAI will support DPPD in the development of systems and processes that will be improve coordination of government and donor financing for health systems investments toward Universal Health Coverage. Responsibilities Working in close collaboration with MoH, the Associate, Health Financing will: Serve as a trusted technical advisor to the MoH on a broad range of health financing and systems issues, enabling MoH to mobilize more resources into the health sector and distribute them equitably, effectively and efficiently; Collect, clean and analyze data on various areas of the health sector to quantify the available resources, costs and gaps in the health sector to inform planning, budgeting, and aid coordination; Support the MoH in operationalizing the delivery of the revised Essential Health Package through the development of an evidence-based scale up plan; Research frameworks and develop a protocol for assessing service readiness at health facilities; Manage data collection, cleaning, validation, and analysis of health systems readiness gaps, including the harmonization with existing health systems data systems in Malawi; Contribute to the development of a mechanism for coordinating and aligning donor and government funding for health; Support the Aid Coordina[...]
Fri, 09 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTAbout Physicians for Human Rights A Nobel Peace Prize co-laureate, PHR was founded on the idea that health professionals, with their specialized skills, ethical duties, and credible voices, are uniquely positioned to prevent human rights violations. PHR’s investigations and expertise are used to advocate for persecuted health workers, prevent torture, document mass atrocities, and hold those who violate human rights accountable. PHR has worked in more than 60 countries and territories, including Afghanistan, Bahrain, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Libya, Mexico, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, and the United States. PHR is poised for even greater growth and impact. As part of that strategy, we are excited to be recruiting energetic, proactive and resourceful team players with a passion for human rights. Our headquarters are located in New York City, and we maintain offices in Washington, DC and Boston. For more information about PHR, please see our website at www.physiciansforhumanrights.org. Position Summary The Institutional Development Manager is responsible for identifying new prospective donors, and creating and implementing strategies for PHR’s institutional giving program comprising foundations, governments and corporate funders. The Institutional Development Manager will help to establish and maintain relationships with PHR’s institutional funders, and work with program and other staff to help ensure compliance with all grant proposals and reporting requirements. She/he will work closely with program staff to write grant proposals and reports. This position will report to the Director of Institutional Development, and is a full-time position based in our New York headquarters. Responsibilities In consultation with the Director of Institutional Development, implement short and long-term strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward institutional funders for general and restricted support. Determine fundraising goals to meet programmatic needs, and assume responsibility for meeting these goals. Coordinate with senior and program staff on grant fundraising efforts including writing of reports and proposals and oversee the submission of proposals, reports and other materials. Oversee and prepare written communications, letters of inquiry, proposals, reports, budgets, and frequent updates on activities to communicate our work and help secure renewals and new funding, and comply with grant reporting requirements. Keep track of proposal and reporting deadlines, and ensure adherence to all deadlines. Coach the executive team and program team members in their relationship with donors and prospects’ this includes but is not limited to training staff on how to successfully interact with donors, and cultivate donors and prospects in their areas of interest. In tandem with the Director of Institutional Development present new funding opportunities to the executive team. Prepare financial reports for funders and overall tracking purposes. Oversee the administration of program tracking progress and activities. Assist the Director of Institutional Development with other functions as needed. Qualifications and Experience Bachelor’s degree required. At least three years of demonstrated success in a fundraising program, including foundation relations including grant writing or equivalent experience. Experience working in government grants. Proven experience preparing and tracking budgets. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint). Experience using Raiser’s Edge or a similar contact management database required. Knowledge of Moves Management a plus. Skills and Attributes Outstanding communications skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to write and edit persuasively on a wide range of human rig[...]
Wed, 14 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is seeking graduate students for graduate student service appointments during winter quarter 2017. These positions offer a valuable, hands-on opportunity to participate with Admissions professionals in the review of undergraduate applications for autumn quarter 2017. RESPONSIBILITIES: Readers will assess freshman applications, using a combination of personal and academic factors. Applications are assessed by two Readers separately, and final admission decisions are made by Admissions administrators, based on Reader assessments. DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: December 16, 2016 to February 28, 2017 (five pay periods). Must be present for daytime training in the Office of Admissions December 16, 17 (Saturday), 19, 20, 21; no exceptions permitted. On December 16, training will run for approximately 5 hours. Readers will be required to complete at least 10 hours of online file review during the quarter break (from December 22 – January 2); work that can be completed at any chosen location. All training and review hours during December will count toward the required total of 183 hours (see below). HOURS: 183 hours over 5 pay periods; approximately 19 hours per week. Undergraduate admission applications will be reviewed online. Most Readers will choose to work offsite and are welcome to work anywhere with a reliable internet connection. Students must be present for one required meeting each week during Winter Quarter. CREDIT LOAD: Must be formally enrolled in the UW Graduate School for at least 10 credits during Winter Quarter 2017. SALARY: Major components of tuition plus standard salary; salary is commensurate with student standing. UNION POSITION: This job classification is governed by a negotiated labor contract and is subject to union shop provisions. For more information about union shop provisions, visit: http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/apl/union-info.html REQUIREMENTS: Formally enrolled in the UW Graduate School for at least 10 credits during Winter Quarter 2017. Ability to do the following: read and evaluate applications, considering both academic and personal factors; learn quickly and apply complicated assessment guidelines; apply assessment principles without personal bias; read rapidly and accurately; work independently for hours at a time. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. DESIRED: Sensitivity to diversity/multicultural issues and educational disadvantage Familiarity with U.S. high school systems CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: Formally enrolled in the UW Graduate School for at least 10 credits during Winter Quarter 2017. Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check. Application Process: Apply through UWHires: www.uw.edu/jobs; Req #137470. Please submit a resume. In place of a traditional cover letter, please submit a letter that addresses the following two questions in a total of 500 words or less: Question 1: Your assignment is to select a strong and diverse class of freshmen for the University of Washington. What is the meaning of "strong and diverse?" What academic and personal factors w[...]
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTRECRUITMENT PERIOD: Open September 1st, 2016 through October 31st, 2016 DESCRIPTION: The School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, is seeking a new member of the Biostatistics faculty. Candidates must possess training and experience in both theoretical and applied statistics, and/or biostatistics, and have the potential to develop a research program involving contemporary public health and/or biomedical problems. In addition, the School of Public Health seeks candidates whose research, teaching, or service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. This position is available at the Assistant Professor level beginning July 1, 2017. The Berkeley campus is home to outstanding academic programs and faculty in almost every conceivable field. In particular, the Division of Biostatistics and the Department of Statistics offer an extraordinary array of courses and research opportunities in both theoretical and applied statistics. As shown in detail on our faculty websites http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/biostat/faculty, current activities in our group focus broadly on the development of high-dimensional, data-adaptive methods to address statistical issues in clinical and intervention trials, observational epidemiology (e.g., cancer, infectious disease), high dimensional biology (e.g., high-throughput sequencing and microarray gene expression data analysis), imaging, applications in Big Data, and studies of global health and justice. UC Berkeley Biostatistics currently maintains an active program in Precision Medicine/Public Health, including a diverse faculty research portfolio, small and large scale funded projects, and an NIH pre-doctoral training program. Our ideal candidate for the current position will be well positioned to support and expand this program. Although all qualified candidates will be considered, preference will be given to candidates with expertise in one or both of the following areas: • Theoretical biostatistics, with particular emphasis on data-adaptive (machine learning) methods. The ideal candidate will have grounding in several aspects of statistical theory, including classic asymptotic inference, semiparametric efficiency theory, and empirical process theory, as well as a demonstrated ability to integrate this theory with high dimensional, data-adaptive methods. The candidate will be expected to apply such tools to the study of estimators of high-dimensional observational data in projects that improve public health or clinical care. • Statistical computing, particular with an emphasis on the intersection of computer system architectures and the growing availability of packages and languages optimized for Big Data applications. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: The completion of all degree requirements in the field of Biostatistics, Statistics or a related field, except the dissertation by the time of application. Applicants must have a doctoral degree or equivalent degree in Biostatistics, Statistics or a related field within one year of the start date. Applications must be received by October 31, 2016. For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/index.html TO APPLY: Please go to the following link: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01102 Create an ApplicantID Provide required information and documents Applicants should submit: 1) Curriculum Vitae – your most recently updated C.V. 2) Cover Letter 3) Statement of research objectives 4) Statement of teaching interests and professional goals 5) Reprints of three (3) relevant publications 6) Statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or service 7) Contact information for 3 referees (letters will be req[...]
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) Preventive Medicine Residency Program is a one or two-year program for physicians to gain knowledge, skill and experience in preventive medicine and public health under the direction of a practicing public health physician in California’s health departments. The mission of the CDPH residency program is to develop public health physicians who can provide strong leadership in California local and state public agencies serving our diverse communities.
Post-Graduate Year 2 (PGY2) positions, during which Residents obtain a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, are available at a California school of public health. The following year, PGY3 Residents spend a year in CDPH or an approved California local health department applying public health, preventive medicine and epidemiologic concepts while also developing skills in public health administration, health promotion, environmental health, infectious and chronic disease control, emergency preparedness and maternal and child health. In some cases, PGY3 Residents have the opportunity to work in both CDPH and a local health department.
Stipend levels vary. PGY2 Residents receive a stipend of approximately $42,000 while per annum PGY3 Residents assigned to state or local health departments receive approximately $44,000.
To be accepted into the Preventive Medicine Residency Program, an applicant must hold an M.D. or D.O. degree, must have successfully completed a clinical Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) with a U.S., ACGME-accredited institution, and must have a California medical license. Prior completion of a primary care residency (Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, OB/GYN, etc) with board certification is preferred, but not required.
Application forms and supplemental materials (transcripts and 3 letters of recommendation) must be received by October 31st, for the following July through June training year.
Applications are being accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). For application procedures, please visit the ERAS website at: https://www.aamc.org/students/medstudents/eras.
To contact the program:
Preventive Medicine Residency Program
California Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 997377 MS-7213
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
(916) 552-9920 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Closes: October 31, 2016
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTAbout Physicians for Human Rights A Nobel Peace Prize co-laureate, PHR was founded on the idea that health professionals, with their specialized skills, ethical duties, and credible voices, are uniquely positioned to prevent human rights violations. PHR’s investigations and expertise are used to advocate for persecuted health workers, prevent torture, document mass atrocities, and hold those who violate human rights accountable. PHR has worked in more than 60 countries and territories, including Afghanistan, Bahrain, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Libya, Mexico, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, and the United States. PHR is poised for even greater growth and impact. As part of that strategy, we are excited to be recruiting energetic, proactive and resourceful team players with a passion for human rights. Our headquarters are located in New York City, and we maintain offices in Washington, DC, Boston, and Nairobi, Kenya. For more information about PHR, please see our website at www.physiciansforhumanrights.org. Position Summary PHR requires additional grant writers for short or long term assignments. This is an exciting time to join PHR. The organization has finalized its new strategic plan and we are entering a phase of growth and expansion. Depending on the individual’s prior experience, grant writers draft grant proposals and reports for institutional, corporate and/or individual donors. Hours are flexible and work may be carried out remotely although grant writers are required to visit the New York office for briefings. This position reports to the Director of Institutional Development in New York City. Responsibilities Partner with program departments to write compelling grant proposal and reports, and other materials for existing and prospective donors. Collaborate with development colleagues to conduct prospect research, write and/or edit grant proposals and reports, cover letters, briefings, talking points and related material as needed to support fundraising strategies. Proactively gather information related to multiple varied and complex programs and convey this information in a succinct and compelling way, tailored to different audiences. Qualifications and Experience Bachelor’s degree is required preferably in English, communications, journalism or a related field. At least three years of grant writing, journalism, or programmatic research/writing experience, preferably for advocacy or cause-related organizations. Proven track record of success in securing grants from foundations, foundations, governments, corporate funders and/or private individuals. Skills and Attributes Excellent written and oral communications skills in English. Ability to work collaboratively in a challenging, fast-paced, diverse and demanding environment with constantly changing priorities due to newly emerging opportunities. Highly detail-oriented and organized with superior research, writing, editing and oral communication skills is essential. Ability to work well on deadlines. Knowledge of fundraising principles relative to foundations and other institutional funders and experience with government grant requirements a plus. Familiarity with and demonstrated commitment to international human rights is essential. Ability to think creatively, take initiative, and follow through. Salary Salary is commensurate with experience. How to Apply Please send a cover letter (with the number of hours a week you are available to work and compensation requirements) and resume to email@example.com, including “Grant Writer, DEV-16-008” in the subject line.Job Closes: October 31, 2016[...]
Tue, 20 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTJob Description: Senior Business Development Specialists play a key role in all aspects of new business planning and pursuit on the Business Development team through the following key functions: (1) support the identification and capture process for upcoming opportunities; (2) write or draft key sections of the technical volume, (3) manage proposal development; and (4) support the development and streamlining of business development functions and processes company-wide. URC’s Business Development (BD) team, in close collaboration with our technical units, is responsible for: Identifying, tracking and building capacity to plan for and successfully respond to competitive opportunities; Writing and actively participating in the development and production of high-quality winning proposals, and Developing, implementing, and continuously improving capture and proposal best practices, systems, and tools. The BD team supports all aspects of pipeline development, capture planning, and proposal preparation. For capture planning, the team collaborates closely with technical divisions to identify and actively monitor upcoming opportunities and strategize teaming arrangements, staffing, and approaches. The team plays a key role in in intelligence gathering and positioning strategies that strengthen URC’s stature, credibility and likelihood of winning new business. BD’s role in proposal development, includes writing (including, but not limited to, executive summaries, corporate capability statements, personnel, management, and annexes); facilitating the development of compliant, well-written, and compelling technical volumes; coordination with cost volumes; and the preparation of high-quality annexes, graphics, and overall proposal presentation, in line with corporate branding. Job Responsibilities: Participate in capture, including serving on capture teams with travel to the field; developing and maintaining comprehensive capture plans. Write key sections of technical volumes. Manage and coordinate proposal teams throughout the proposal process—from start to finish—in a fast-paced, production-oriented environment. This includes: develop compliance matrices, prepare proposal outlines, establish timelines and milestones, and track progress. Proactively resolve any problems/issues that arise, including, in conferral with tech lead and BD senior management, assuring mobilization of all resources needed throughout the proposal cycle. Write, edit, and proofread proposals sections and supporting annexes, including situational analysis, background, corporate capability, staffing, management, past performance, and others. Facilitate, coordinate and ensure ongoing and effective communication among URC technical staff, BD, pricing, HR, and external partners. Manage teaming agreements. Communicate regular updates, identify potential issues and/or delays, and troubleshoot solutions with the technical team lead, Business Development Director, Vice President and/or other senior management. Work with all levels of technical staff at HQ and in the field to: maintain a robust and continuously updated pipeline of opportunities; write, update, and organize corporate capability statements; and manage information in support of proposals, such as corporate accolades, etc. Proactively and routinely tap into intelligence through professional networks and portals to identify and develop partnerships between URC and other organizations (US-based, international, and host-country contacts) and collect business intelligence. Coach and train Business Development Associates and Interns in effective business development writing, strategies, processes, and tools. Contribute to, dissemin[...]
Tue, 20 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Cardno® ChemRisk is a scientific consulting company that provides state-of-the-art toxicology, industrial hygiene, epidemiology, and risk assessment services to organizations that confront public health, occupational health, and environmental challenges. Professionals on the Cardno® ChemRisk team have a long-standing reputation for thorough scientific analysis and for sharing results in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Many of the over 500 papers published by our scientists are frequently referenced in both litigation and regulatory decision-making. Our mission is to provide creative and scientifically rigorous approaches to answering questions about the human health hazards posed by chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, and radiological agents.
We are seeking exceptional scientists with undergraduate and graduate degrees and training in toxicology, environmental health sciences, risk assessment, industrial hygiene, occupational health, and public health. We are continuously considering applications for full time and internship positions in San Francisco, CA, Aliso Viejo, CA, Boulder, CO, Chicago, IL, Brooklyn, NY, and Pittsburgh, PA.
For more information on Cardno® ChemRisk’s practice areas and team, please visit www.cardnochemrisk.com. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your office preference(s).
* Please note that selected candidates will be required to pass a drug, background and reference screening prior to receiving an offer.*
Cardno® ChemRisk is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Closes: December 1, 2016
Wed, 21 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC) of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Research and Development, is seeking a biostatistician to lead its expanding biostatistics group, part of a dynamic and growing team of researchers committed to the Seattle ERIC mission of improving the health of U.S. Veterans by promoting the principles and practice of state-of-the-art epidemiologic research.
Background: The Seattle ERIC is recruiting an experienced biostatistician with an advanced degree to lead the Biostatistics Section of the Center and to coordinate and perform epidemiologic research using large, complex health data from the VA and from other sources. The ERIC biostatistics group is expanding and currently includes 2 master’s-level biostatisticians. The Center is one of four epidemiologic centers within the VA Cooperative Studies Program (CSP) and engages in high-quality science and prioritizes a collegial, collaborative, learning-based research environment. The Seattle ERIC biostatisticians typically enjoy contact with the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Washington.
Responsibilities: The Lead Biostatistician will direct and coordinate the activities of the Biostatistics Section and mentor junior biostatisticians. Primary scientific responsibilities will be the application of statistics to observational health research including the design, analysis, interpretation, and documentation phases.
Qualifications: Applicants must have a minimum of an advanced degree in biostatistics, statistics, or a closely related field and 5 or more years of relevant research experience. Applicants should have strong leadership and mentoring ability, possess excellent communication skills, be proficient in standard statistical software packages such as Stata and R, and work well in a team setting. Familiarity with VA data systems, twin research, statistical genetics, and with gene expression and genomic data would be advantageous.
Candidates must be US citizens. Depending on the candidate’s experience, the target salary will be in the GS-11 to GS-13 range according to the Office of Personnel Management General Schedule table at opm.gov.
Contact: Please send a cover letter and resume to SeattleCSPEC@va.gov. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, materials will be considered starting September 30, 2016.
For more information about the Seattle ERIC, please see seattle.eric.research.va.gov.
Job Closes: open until filled
Wed, 21 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Health Research Associates (http://www.hrainc.net) is a private outcomes research and evaluation consulting firm based in the Seattle, Washington metro area. We are currently looking for a qualified candidate to fill an entry level research position with our team. This position will assist with coordinating, implementing and conducting studies to develop and test patient-reported outcome measures for use in clinical trials.
To apply, please email resume and references (including a list of relevant coursework and publications) to the attention of Mona Martin, Executive Director, Health Research Associates, Inc. at email@example.com.
Applications will be reviewed begining on October 15, 2016, and will be accepted until the position is filled.
Job Closes: open until filled
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training (www.cpwr.com) is the non-profit 501(c)3 research, development and training arm of the North America’s Building Trades Unions, AFL-CIO, located in downtown Silver Spring, MD by metro and public parking. We administer multiple federally-funded programs including serving as the NIOSH-supported National Center for Construction Safety and Health Research. CPWR is currently seeking a deadline driven, self-directed, energetic junior-level industrial hygienist to join our Construction Solutions team. The successful candidate will support our Construction Solutions Program, which is focused on making safety and health information and solutions available to contractors. The specific role of the candidate will be to lead the development of a database of occupational exposure data, in order to help construction employers choose the right combinations of engineering and work practice controls to reduce worker exposures to common construction industry airborne hazards.
Minimum Required Years of Experience:
Salary is commensurate with experience. Full-time position. Excellent benefits package and relaxed work environment. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Email pdfs of resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cover letter should describe prior experience as related to this position. No phone calls please. Due to volume, email responses will only be sent to qualified individuals.
Job Closes: open until filled
Fri, 23 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Health Effects Institute (HEI) seeks a strong candidate with expertise in exposure assessment and its applications in air pollution epidemiology to join our scientific staff. The successful candidate will work closely with HEI’s scientific staff, Director of Science, President and Vice President in an intellectually engaging and collaborative work environment located in the heart of Boston’s downtown. For more than 30 years, HEI has been a source of high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of air pollution in the U.S., Europe and around the world. Relevant to this position, HEI has underway and anticipates undertaking in the future, complex health studies that increasingly rely on sophisticated exposure assessment methods that bring together satellite data, ambient monitoring data, land use characteristics and other information. These methods have the potential to improve the accuracy and/or precision of individual and population level estimates of exposure to multiple pollutants and other factors that may affect human health. The successful candidate would bring experience and perspective on these and emerging methods and on their implications for inferences from epidemiologic studies. HEI offers the successful candidate opportunities to gain experience in and contribute to a broad range of HEI activities aimed improving our understanding of air pollution and health: identifying and conceptualizing research in key areas; developing requests for applications; managing the review and selection of studies for funding; overseeing ongoing studies; and managing the review of completed HEI studies and drafting commentaries on them, among other functions. She/he will also participate in the preparation of comprehensive and authoritative reviews of important areas in air pollution research. The successful candidate will, as needed, also represent HEI at professional and other meetings, both national and international. Qualifications for this position are: Ph.D. or equivalent degree in a discipline relevant to exposure science (atmospheric chemistry, engineering, environmental health, among others); Minimum of two years of experience beyond the final degree in the air pollution field, specifically in the areas identified above; Strong quantitative analytical skills; Strong interpersonal and organizational skills; Excellent written and oral communication skills; fluent in English; Authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. HEI offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Interested applicants should submit a letter (including salary expectations), curriculum vitae, and two or three samples of independent writing as soon possible. Review of applications will begin by October 1, 2016, but the position will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Please send your materials to the email address below and include “Exposure Scientist” in the subject line. Please send your materials to:Human ResourcesHealth Effects Institute75 Federal Street, Suite 1400, Boston, MA 02110HR@healtheffects.org Job Closes: open until filled[...]
Fri, 23 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Health Effects Institute (HEI) seeks an intellectually curious scientist with expertise in epidemiology to play a central role in HEI’s work on air pollution and health in North America, Europe and around the world. He/she will work closely with HEI’s scientific staff, Director of Science, President and Vice President in an intellectually engaging and collaborative work environment located in the heart of Boston’s downtown. For more than 30 years, HEI has been a source of high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of air pollution in the U.S. and other countries. For the successful candidate, HEI offers the opportunity to gain experience in and contribute to a broad range of HEI activities aimed improving our understanding of air pollution and health: identifying and conceptualizing research in key areas; developing requests for applications; managing the review and selection of studies for funding; overseeing ongoing studies; and managing the review of completed HEI studies and drafting commentaries on them, among other functions. Specific projects include recently funded major epidemiologic studies to investigate health effects from exposure to low concentrations (near ambient) of air pollution in North America and Western Europe, an upcoming request for proposals on traffic, noise and health, and a state-of-the-science review of the literature on traffic and health. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to participate in, and to help advance, HEI’s work on assessment of the global burden of disease and other international projects, collaborating with HEI Staff and HEI’s global partners and networks. HEI has played a prominent role in the assessment of the global burden of diseases from air pollution and HEI is currently extending its work to estimate the burden of disease attributable to major sources of air pollution in select countries (e.g., India and China). Additionally, he/she will represent HEI at professional meetings, both national and international, as needed, and participate in other HEI activities. A successful candidate will have the following qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent degree in epidemiology, biostatistics, or a similar discipline, with a focus on environmental health and risk assessment. Minimum of two years of experience in the air pollution field beyond the final degree, with strong quantitative and analytical skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills; fluent in English. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Experience of previous work in developing countries or with international organizations (e.g., WHO, World Bank) is desirable. Authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. HEI offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a stimulating. Interested applicants should submit a letter (including salary expectations), curriculum vitae, the names and contacts of three references, and two samples of independent writing as soon as possible. Review of applicants will begin by September 20, 2016 but the position will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Please send your materials to the email address below with “Epidemiologist position” in the subject line. Please send your materials to:Human ResourcesHealth Effects Institute75 Federal Street, Suite 1400, Boston, MA 02110HR@healtheffects.org Job Closes: open until filled[...]
Mon, 26 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTPosition Focus: Under the general direction of the Director, this individual will be responsible for project management, data management and analysis for cancer-related health services and outcomes research studies at the Cancer Outcomes, Public Policy, and Effectiveness Research (COPPER) Center at Yale. The applicant will assist the Director and affiliated research faculty with data management and analysis of large population-based databases (e.g. SEER-Medicare), as well as with literature searching, grant-writing, and administrative tasks such as drafting progress reports and renewal of human subject protocols. Finally, the applicant will assist the study team with disseminating results, helping to prepare manuscripts and presentations. Essential Duties 1. Carries out research within the scope of the established study protocol. Adheres to all human subjects regulations as defined by Yale University and the federal government that pertain to research studies. 2. Develops criteria for admission of study subjects based on goals and objectives of project. 3. Determines potential sources of funding and prospective partnerships. 4. Evaluates feasibility of accepting potential projects through analysis of staffing needs, resource requirements, financial costs, and current planned capacity of group. Negotiates contracts and/or changes with funder. 5. Develops original HIC/IRB submissions. Based on knowledge of science and research goals, collaborates with PIs on major revisions and contributes to scientific protocols. Plans and implements changes. 6. Develops forms, questionnaires and the application of research techniques; writes procedures manuals for data collection and coding. 7. Responsible for the documentation and transmission of study data. Ensures that report forms are accurately documented and completed in a timely manner at each site location. 8. Works independently to develop manage and organize multi site studies. Serves as primary coordinator between University, non-Yale collaborators, pharmaceutical companies, HIC, IRB and funding sources. 9. Performs descriptive and multivariate statistical analyses of data, using computer software. 10. Designs and implements quality control measures to ensure accurate collection and processing of data. 11. Contributes in-depth, original thought and relevance to written reports and to the writing of abstracts and manuscripts. Required Education and Experience Master’s Degree in a related discipline and two years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required Skill/Ability 1: Demonstrated excellent interpersonal communication and writing skills and organization and planning skills. Ability to communicate regularly with diverse teams of internal and external research collaborators to maintain timeline and identify challenges to progress. Required Skill/Ability 2: Proven proficiency in biostatistics, constructing multivariable linear, logistic, and survival models. Ability to determine proper statistical approach for specific research questions. Required Skill/Ability 3: Ability to use SAS to manage complex databases and construct datasets. Ability to investigate, analyze and evaluate complex statistical and programming problems using SAS or Stata. Required Skill/Ability 4: Ability to set priorities and work independently on multiple concurrent projects. Proven ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment with respect to completing research projects in a timely and appropriate manner. Required Skill/Ability 5: Ability to partic[...]
Mon, 26 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The School of Medicine and the School of Public Health at the University of Washington have a wonderful opportunity to join the leadership team of the Department of Global Health as the Director of Finance and Administration.
The Department of Global Health was established in January 2007 as a joint venture of the University of Washington Schools of Medicine (SoM) and Public Health and Community Medicine (SPH). The Department currently includes 380 faculty and over 1,100 staff (most of whom are located in low and middle income countries (LMICs)), $105M in annual grants and contracts, and over 70,000 square feet of office, lab and classroom space. The Department is the first joint global health department in the nation and serves as a new paradigm for focusing inter-disciplinary and inter-professional educational programs, collaborative research and professional service in public health policy and practice and medical care with the goal of establishing sustainable improvements in global health with partners around the world. The Department focuses on identification and evaluation of health problems and health inequities in underserved populations, and development and implementation of innovative interventions that can dramatically reduce disease burden
The Director serves as the business manager and senior administrative support representative for the Department. As such, the Director has a comprehensive range of responsibilities.
The critical knowledge and skills are organized into the areas of: Financial Management and Development Activities, Operations Management, Compliance and Risk Management, Research Management, Information Management, Human Resource Management, Facilities Management and Educational Program(s) Management. He/she acts in an advisory capacity to the Chair and various Department committees, providing financial guidance, background information, and management advice. In addition, the Director is the Department’s primary working-level interface with the Deans’ Office of the School of Medicine and of the School of Public Health, and other departments in the University regarding administrative issues.
For further information, please visit the UW HR website at: https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=137831
Job Closes: October 26, 2016
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
AmeriCorps announcement available at https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=64013&fromSearch=true
This is a one year AmeriCorps position in ANTHC. The incumbent will ‘serve to understand the need in the communities, build community capacity by developing community member education around operating piped water and sewer and reduce poverty by reducing costs of operating community member water and sewer through training.’ Specifically they will conduct water/sewer use assessments with homeowners, collect energy usage data from local utilities, analyze the quantitative and qualitative data, use the data to identify best practices and training and technical assistance needs, as well as develop and implement training materials, and evaluate impact.
Job Closes: October 27, 2016
Thu, 29 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTREPORTS TO: Vice President, Education and Program Initiatives JOB SUMMARY: The Director will be part of a collaborative leadership team directing and conducting the work of the United Hospital Fund’s Quality Institute, an important program focus area for UHF. The Quality Institute focuses on assessing and improving quality, developing the capacity of the healthcare system and its providers, and promoting better patient engagement. The Director will be responsible as part of that team for supporting the Institute’s existing quality improvement and leadership capacity building initiatives as well as developing and implementing strategies and projects to improve the quality of health care for all New Yorkers. The Director will also be responsible for executing key projects, supervising staff, developing new projects and sources of support, developing and maintaining strategic partnerships at the local and national levels, representing UHF in meetings and conferences, and working collaboratively with colleagues within UHF. JOB DUTIES: Strategic Activities Work collaboratively with the VP for Education and Program Initiatives, the Director for Quality and Care Transformation, the Medical Director, and UHF advisors to set the strategic direction for the Quality Institute. Develop new projects, partnerships, and sources of funding support for quality work. Quality Improvement Activities Identify and deploy new quality and performance improvements and patient safety initiatives and systems in consultation with clinical experts. Develop and manage clinical leadership capacity building programs. Foster growing network of 120+ clinician alumni and support development of strong mentor/mentee relationships among participating faculty and fellows. Develop and implement IHI-like quality improvement initiatives and demonstrate expertise in applying quality improvement design, processes, methods, and tools to daily operations and activities. Provide coaching and training to ensure the success and impact of initiatives. Conduct research and consult with experts to stay abreast of the academic and policy literature on health care quality measurement, quality improvement across health care settings, gaps, innovative approaches and best practices for transforming health care delivery. Represent UHF at meetings, conferences, and when working with healthcare stakeholders. Research, synthesize, draft, and edit presentations, reports, issue/data briefs, professional journal articles, and blog entries in support of Quality Institute initiatives and strategy. Management Activities Direct and manage activities of the Institute in collaboration with the Vice President, Education and Program Initiatives and Director, Quality Measurement and Care Transformation, and with the consultation of the Medical Director– e.g., develop grant proposals focused on improving healthcare quality, develop and execute project work plans, and manage deliverables including convenings, work products, and reports. Develop grants with partners, review grant proposals related to quality, and act as program officer – overseeing and evaluating assigned grants made by UHF. Supervise assigned personnel. Provide direction, guidance, and mentoring to support high quality work and effective teamwork. Establish and maintain effective relationships with partners and funders. Contribute to general UHF mana[...]
Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Strategic Decision Support (SDS) group provides Penn Medicine leadership with the data, analysis, and insight necessary to ensure informed decision-making on key strategic issues. Working closely with SDS leadership and other key clients, the Strategic Decision Support Analyst performs analysis across a range of projects, including entity, service line, and department performance, ROI, and bench-marking analyses.
Areas of Responsibility Include:
• Structure, execute, and communicate complex, customized analysis and insight to inform, guide strategy, and thinking at the health system, service line, or entity levels.
• Program/product development analysis (P&Ls, ROIs, and competitor analyses).
• Collecting, auditing, and validating data.
• Using analytical tools and methods to identify strategic and financial opportunities for growth and/or improvement.
• Presenting complex analyses in easily understood formats.
• Understanding and refining stakeholder needs and expectations for analyses; proactively suggesting enhancements or alternatives.
• Working with internal and external stakeholders to develop and present analyses, as appropriate.
• Bachelor's degree required; Master’s degree in Health Administration, Public Health, Healthcare Policy, Business, Accounting, or Finance preferred.
• At least 3 years relevant experience in strategic and/or financial analysis. Master degree can be substituted for work experience.
• Ability to solve complex business problems and identify and communicate key takeaways by executing structured, insightful, and data-driven analysis.
• Experience in business and/or strategic planning including development of ROIs, Pro Formas, discounted cash flow and cost/benefit and analyses; financial modeling.
• Ability to manage multiple project assignments simultaneously and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with staff at various levels of the organization.
• Prior experience in the healthcare industry, ideally in an academic medical center setting, preferred.
• Familiarity with clinical care delivery and provider financials preferred.
• Motivated, high-energy individual.
• Motivated self starter that creates energy and enthusiasm by showing passion and commitment establishes and maintains focus on key priorities and manages roadblocks to meet deadlines and get things done.
• Anticipates and removes roadblocks to meet deadlines and get things done.
• Demonstrates innovative approaches in addressing business challenges that have not been solved by more traditional measures.
• Looks for opportunities to improve systems and processes and openly shares ideas.
• Proficient with MS Office and Access.
• Experience with Business Objects, LiveOffice, BOExplorer, Horizon Performance Manager (HPM), SQL, and mapping software (ArcGIS or other) preferred.
Job Closes: open until filled
Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:00:00 GMTAssistant Professor in Occupational & Environmental Health and Safety Job ID: 12372 Location: UW Whitewater; Whitewater, WI The Department of Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health (OESH) at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater seeks a/n a highly motivated professional in the field of OESH for a tenure track faculty position. This is a renewable nine-month appointment with summer school options available, commencing in August 2017 (with possibility of an earlier start date). Preference will be given to applicants at the assistant professor level, although well-qualified applicants at higher levels will also be considered. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. https://www.careers.wisconsin.edu/psc/careers/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?SiteId=15 JOB DETAILS: Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, curriculum development, research, academic advising, internship supervision, and service. All faculty at UW-Whitewater may be required to teach online and hybrid courses, weekend classes, and/or evening classes. They may also be required to serve the university and local community in a variety of modalities, including leading Learning Communities, mentoring students, and providing development opportunities for colleagues, schools, and community groups. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Qualifications:Successful candidates will have a doctoral degree (PhD, DSc, ScD, MD, JD, or ABD with known defense date) in an environmental safety and health or closely related field, including (but not limited to) the following:-Environmental and occupational law/policy-Risk management and loss control-Environmental health-Engineering-Physical sciences-Public healthA research record in the area of environmental safety and health, or the ability to develop and carry out a research agenda, is required. Good oral and written communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Desired Qualifications:Candidates with professional experience in OESH are highly desired. Professional certifications are also desirable (CSP, CHMM, REM, ARM, etc.). RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, curriculum development, research, academic advising, internship supervision, and service. The new faculty member is expected to teach courses in one or more of the following areas: environmental and occupational law/policy, risk management and loss control, occupational and environmental health, public and personal safety. The new faculty member will work closely with other members of the department to develop online course offerings for both the undergraduate and graduate programs. DEPARTMENT INFORMATION: Visit the Department of Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health website at http://www.uww.edu/cobe/safety.TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by OCTOBER 31, 2016 are ensured full consideration. Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee. Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Incomplete and/or late application materials may not receive consideration.If you have questions regarding this recruitment, or if you are not able to complete the application online due to a disability or system problem, please contact us at 262-472-1024 or email@example.com[...]
Mon, 03 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Duties and Essential Functions:
Partnerships for Native Health (P4NH) has an outstanding opportunity for an hourly Research Study Assistant (RSA). The RSA will work on multiple P4NH projects carrying out basic research assistant duties:
Rate of pay: $13.50 per hour. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Jordan Skalisky at firstname.lastname@example.org. WSU Spokane is a tobacco free campus. WSU is an EO/AA/ADA employer and educator.
Job Closes: November 3, 2016
Mon, 03 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Full Time Faculty Positions—Health Law, Policy, & Management
The Department of Health Law, Policy,& Management at Boston University School of Public Health invites applications for four or more new full time faculty positions. Ranks are open. A doctoral degree in a relevant field is required.
The growing department is dedicated to research focused on disadvantaged populations in line with the mission of the School of Public Health and the adjacent Boston Medical Center, a safety-net hospital. The department is also affiliated with a two-site health services research center of excellence funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Candidates must have demonstrated research interest and expertise in health services, health economics and finance, health policy and system transformation, implementation science, strategic or operations management, healthcare finance, or pharmaceutical management and policy. Duties will include teaching and advising Master of Public Health students. Each faculty member is expected to maintain a portfolio of externally funded scholarly research. Faculty will work under a system of continuously rolling multi-year appointments. The duration of these appointments will correspond to rank and annual merit reviews.
Please send electronic copies of curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research interests and experiences, teaching evaluation (if available), and names of references to Karen Molloy, Health Law, Policy,& Management, BUSPH (email@example.com). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning on November 1, 2016, so applicants should submit materials promptly. The search will remain open until the positions are filled.
Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Job Closes: December 3, 2016
Mon, 03 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Applications are sought from individuals with a strong interest in molecular and nutritional epidemiology for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Population Health at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. The position will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to analyze data and publish from ongoing epidemiologic studies, and to contribute to the development of new studies and grant applications.
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a leading research institution with a strong commitment to excellence in research. It has a number of NIH-funded centers, including one in cancer. The Department of Epidemiology and Population Health is well recognized for its multi-disciplinary programs in epidemiologic and prevention research, and has a strong cadre of cancer epidemiologists.
Applicants should have a doctoral degree in epidemiology, and strong data analysis and writing skills. Send letter of interest, CV, and names and contact details of three referees to:
Dr. Tom Rohan
Dept. of Epidemiology and Population Health
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461
Phone: (718) 430 3355
Fax: (718) 430 8653
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
Job Closes: open until filled
Tue, 04 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTProgram Pharmacist – Antibiotic Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infections MCD Public Health, a division of Medical Care Development (MCD), Inc., is seeking a talented professional to serve as a Program Pharmacist to provide staff support for the Maine CDC, Division of Disease Control , Maine Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Program. The position will be housed at the Key Bank Building with DID staff in Augusta. The position requires a person with both a keen attention to detail and follow through to meet deadlines. The Program Pharmacist position is an exempt, full-time, 40 hour per week salaried position that is eligible for MCD’s benefit package. This position is funded through July 31, 2017 with anticipated continued funding thru March 31, 2018 (and beyond). The Program Pharmacist will help to increase the capacity of the Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Program in the area of antibiotic resistance (AR). This will include conducting status assessments, providing recommendations on reduction and prevention strategies, and offering education and subject matter expertise to healthcare facilities in Maine. The Program Pharmacist will have primary responsibility for the following tasks within DID: Provide subject matter expertise in antibiotic resistance and antimicrobial stewardship Compile and distribute antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) training materials to improve antibiotic prescribing practices Provide education on AR and AMS to healthcare settings Develop resources for AR data for the state, such as explore the usefulness of existing antibiotic prescribing data and future federal mandated reporting of AR data Analyze state AR data to target reduction and prevention efforts in the state. Collaborate with the HAI Coordinator on AR components of the State HAI Plan Collaborate with state partners Prevent the spread of AR pathogens or infections within and between healthcare settings by working directly with healthcare facilities/clinics or through state collaborative efforts Reduce patient/resident risk for CDI and MDRO infections by working directly with healthcare facilities/clinics or through state collaborative efforts Respond to potential outbreaks by conducting epidemiological investigations of reported cases Conduct interviews and collect epidemiological data on select organisms and conditions as outlined in the Notifiable Diseases and Conditions Rule, Provide AR training and technical support Attend the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) for Infectious Disease Grantee’s Meeting Explore AR prevention opportunities by working with the state veterinarian on antibiotic use in animals. The individual in this position will interact with key internal and external stakeholders and therefore must possess excellent interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships. This position requires a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree but doctoral candidates for pharmacy will be considered. Applicants should have experience in antibiotic resistance and antimicrobial stewardship. Knowledge of infectious diseases and control, performing facility assessments/surveys and conducting outbreak investigations is a plus. Interested applicants must send a separate cover letter indicating [...]
Tue, 04 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTMount Sinai Health System Careers Do you have what it takes to wear the badge? Mount Sinai Health System’s multidisciplinary clinical research teams are pioneering innovative new approaches in health care across a variety of fields. Working alongside leading physicians and within internationally acclaimed medical institutes, centers, and laboratories, our scientists continue to shape the future of clinical care and improve outcomes for patients of all ages. Are you ready to discover the world of limitless possibilities that comes with wearing the badge? Explore more about this opportunity and how you can help us write a new chapter in our story of unrivaled patient care! What You’ll Do: The Research Project Manager develops study protocols, designs management and statistical plans, analyzes data, manages pre-and post award submissions and materials, performs fiscal oversight of all assigned projects, present data and program information to external audiences, and prepares final reports from study for sponsors. Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Provides assistance and consultation on research studies or clinical trials methodologies and statistical analysis issues. Prepare all IRB/GCO submissions for assigned projects: including initial submissions, continuations, final reports, etc. 3. Oversee all aspects of study administration, including: data collection, fiscal oversight, audit management, Maintain regulatory documents Participates in the primary analysis of evaluation datasets 6. Designs and implements research projects focusing on health and interventions and their associated health outcomes. 7. Assists evaluation staff in project design, appropriate procedures and conduct and coordination by establishing sample size requirements, calculating issues associated with various evaluation design options and consulting on appropriate statistical analysis for proposed evaluations. Manage and train junior Clinical Research Coordinator staff, Act as a liaison between Principal Investigators and sponsors Perform all tasks and duties as assigned What You’ll Bring: Education: Master's degree in Natural Sciences, Public Health, Public Policy, or the Social Sciences Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences plus 5 years of progressive research experience with some experience in research administration preferred General Skills: Excellent written and oral communication skills Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy Experience with study management and grant submissions preferred Experience with personnel management Experience: Minimum three years experience (5 years if no Master's degree) in data management and study coordination in healthcare or basic research. Do you share our dedication to extraordinary service and have what it takes to wear the badge? Apply now! Who We Are: Over 35,000 employees strong, the mission of the Mount Sinai Health System is to provide compassionate patient care with seamless coordination and to advance medicine through unrivaled education, research, and outreach in the many diverse communities we serve. Formed in September 2013, The Mount Sinai Health System combines the excellence of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with seven premier hospital campuses, including Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Beth Israe[...]
Tue, 04 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTCalifornia State University, Fresno College of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health Vacancy # 13036 http://www.fresnostate.edu/chhs/ Environmental/Occupational Health and Safety Assistant Professor / Associate Professor California State University, Fresno is an engaged University. We focus on broadening students' intellectual horizons, fostering lifelong learning skills, developing the leaders of tomorrow, promoting community involvement, and instilling an appreciation of world cultures. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating the rich diversity of the campus community and welcoming the participation of all. Members of the University community are expected to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. For information on the University's commitment and dedication to creating a university known for its integrity, civility, equity, respect and ethical behavior, please visit: http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/diversity Available for Academic Year: 2017/2018. Fresno State has been recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI); an Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI); and has been designated to the Community Engagement Classification by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Faculty members gain a clear path to tenure through the University's Probationary Plan Process. Salary placement depends upon academic preparation and professional experience. California State University, Fresno is a vibrant and growing campus. When necessary, the University may decide to make more than one faculty appointment from a single search. Position Summary: The Department of Public Health at California State University, Fresno is accepting applications for two tenure track positions in Environmental Health and Safety at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank with a spring 2017 or fall 2017 start date. The successful candidates will teach undergraduate courses in Public Health and possibly some graduate courses in the Masters of Public Health (MPH) program. Teaching responsibilities will focus on the Environmental/Occupational Health and Safety option with emphasis in 1) Environmental Health -Water Safety 2) Vector Control, Food Protection, Solid/Liquid Waste Management, Housing and Institutions, and Hazardous Materials Management and Under Ground Tanks. Specific assignments will depend on departmental needs. Other duties will include, but not be limited to: advising undergraduate students, graduate project and thesis advisement, participating in program development, and actively engaging in research and committee service at all levels of university governance. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important components of the university curriculum. The successful candidate may be called upon to teach in a distance-learning environment and encouraged to develop web-enhanced and/or web-based instruction. Overview: The mission of the Department of Public Health is to promote, preserve, and restore health. This is accomplished by educating undergraduate and graduate students to be effective leaders and practitioners at the local, national, and international levels. The Department of Public Health offers curricula based on principles of pub[...]
Tue, 04 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Environment America runs campaigns to tackle global warming, stop fracking and protect the places we love. And we’re hiring.
Right now, we’re hiring entry-level staff looking to kick start their career in environmental action and advocacy through our fellowship program and for people to help run our digital campaigns.
We take pride in being strategic and disciplined—and in hiring a team with the grit it takes to get things done.
That’s how we approach each of our campaigns, whether we’re defending President Obama’s Clean Power Plan against coal industry attacks or convincing more communities and companies to go solar.
BE AN ENVIRONMENT AMERICA FELLOW
Imagine yourself organizing a town hall meeting on solar power. Or imagine releasing a hard-hitting research report on power plant pollution. Or picture yourself building a community coalition around clean water or fracking. Imagine building the organizational power—the funds, the membership, the activist base and so on—that it takes to keep all of this critical work going for the long haul.
All of this is what you do as an Environment America fellow. Because this is how we build the support it takes to reduce global warming pollution, create more solar and wind power, spare our parks and forests from fracking, keep our beaches, rivers and streams clean, and protect our wildlife and wild places. Is it easy? No, we’re up against some wily opponents who are incredibly well-funded. Is it rewarding? Absolutely. And given global warming, fracking and all of the tough problems we’re facing right now, can you imagine doing anything more urgent and meaningful?
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Work with one of our campaign teams to run a powerful digital campaign to help solve global warming, expand solar energy or protect clean water.
You’ll write emails and campaign actions that you’ll send to hundreds of thousands of supporters; design and curate content for social media, and engage with our national community; coordinate with our field team of five to nine campaign organizers, and back them up with emails, web pages and digital strategy; develop partnerships and creative online tactics to build our audience and raise money; analyze the results of your work, and report on successes and failures; and keep your projects on track, hold people accountable to their deliverables, and communicate regularly with your team.
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Job Closes: November 4, 2016
Wed, 05 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
This position is responsible for a broad range of duties related to the delivery of environmental public health services throughout Northeast Tri County Health District (NETCHD). Under the direction of the Administrator and Health Officer, this position manages programs and services while supervising specialized personnel and support staff members. The work scope of this position includes administrative and technical operation responsibilities, fiscal duties, supervisory duties, and other division program duties. As necessary, completion of specific program work (both in the field and office) is a requirement of the position. This position serves as a member of the NETCHD Management Team and Public Health Emergency Preparedness Response Team. Go to netchd.org for more details
Job Closes: December 5, 2016
Wed, 05 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
This is an advanced level environmental public health position under the supervision of the Environmental Public Health Director. Individuals in this position are responsible to safeguard public health by obtaining compliance with applicable local and state regulations, policies, and procedures through education, cooperation, and enforcement when necessary. These duties must be performed with a considerable level of independence under minimal direction and supervision. The position will lead environmental public health activities within a county of Northeast Tri County Health District. This position may be filled as EHS II under-fill. Please visit our website for more information: www.netchd.org
Job Closes: December 5, 2016
Thu, 06 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The position will directly supervise two epidemiologists and a management analyst, in the Office of Injury Prevention in the Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau. Incumbent will lead surveillance and epidemiological research in leading causes of injury and violence-related morbidity and mortality, and will manage the Child Fatality Review in order to provide support and guide the implementation of its recommendations. This position will manage, organize and analyze injury and violence data, and prepare state and local level reports, as well as produce publications, presentations and epidemiology reports. Incumbent will oversee implementation, interventions, and will provide epidemiological support and data to agencies working to prevent and/or reduce the incidence and severity of injury and violence. Incumbent is responsible for writing and submitting grant applications. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience working with major data sets such as hospitalization, emergency department, and vital records data. This position is a Pay Band 80.
Job Closes: November 19, 2016
Thu, 06 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTDeputy Chief Financial Officer EMS 3 Up to $114,444 Olympia, WA The Health Care Authority is seeking a leader with strong management skills, health care rate setting and financial operations experience to fill the position of Deputy CFO. If you describe yourself as an engaging, collaborative, and entrepreneurial leader, this opportunity may be for you. The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate for this position will have experience in a mid-to-large public or private sector health care organization with a broad understanding of health care financing. The deputy CFO will be joining a high-performance team headed by the CFO that is striving to achieve an exceptional level of customer service with an entrepreneurial approach to financial matters in state government. The deputy CFO must be a self-assured professional with the ability to exercise a high degree of common sense and sound judgment. Desired personal characteristics include strong communication skills, an engaging personal style, effective decision making, and the ability to present clear recommendations and timely advice to the CFO. Position Objective The Deputy Chief Financial Officer (DCFO) serves in a key agency leadership position and is responsible for building and maintaining effective working relationships with the legislative and Office of Financial Management partners. And as part of this position, the Deputy Chief Financial Officer provides leadership in the development of financial strategies to manage overall financial trend and serves as a key external spokesperson for HCA as it relates to fiscal strategy and performance. The DCFO directly oversees and is the decision maker for three key financial functions: Procurement and rate setting for Medicaid and Public Employees Benefits (PEB). Hospital Finance and Drug Rebates. Federally Qualified Health Centers/Rural Health Clinics/Employer Sponsored Insurance (ESI). This position directly supervises three section managers and one Administrative Assistant 4 for a total of four employees. There are 39 employees in these sections. This position reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and has delegated authority and responsibility for the division. About the Health Care Authority The Health Care Authority (HCA) is Washington's largest health care purchaser, responsible for providing comprehensive health coverage to more than 2 million residents through the Public Employees Benefits and Medicaid programs. The agency provides health purchasing leadership, benefiting both public and private sectors with a focus on moving the health delivery system away from volume toward higher value and better outcomes. The Olympia office is located in downtown Olympia, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bus lines, and less than one (1) mile from the freeway. Required Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's degree in business, public administration, accounting or related field; AND Experience: Five years of financial and technical knowledge of health care services purchasing strategies and how they relate to rate setti[...]
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
This job posting will be used to fill three positions with the Initiative for Research and Education to Advance Community Health (IREACH).
This position will provide essential support for research projects within Partnerships 4 Native Health (P4NH). This position will assist with human subjects applications and management and will assist with developing study protocols. This position will assist with data management and collection, preparing manuscripts for publication, budget maintenance, and day to day study oversight.
Required Qualifications: Two years of college level course work in a relevant academic area AND one year of appropriate experience OR equivalent education/experience. Proficient with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, and Access. Must have strong written/oral communication and organizational skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team on multiple projects. Work hours must be flexible to include evenings and weekends when necessary. Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license by the time of hire.
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of and experience in working with Native communities. Experience working in research environment. Excellent proofreading skills, and a strong attention to detail. Experience working with internet applications.
Deadline is October 24, 2016. Salary $2,377.00 - $3,062.00. For a complete position description and to apply visit www.wsujobs.com. WSU Spokane is a tobacco free campus. WSU is an EO/AA/ADA employer and educator.
Job Closes: October 24, 2016
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThis is a full-time, 9-mo. tenure-track appointment for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health located in Corvallis, Oregon. To see specific position announcement go to http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/33098 (posting 00755UF). Questions regarding the position should be directed to the chair of the search committee: Laurel Kincl, 541-737-1445, Laurel.firstname.lastname@example.org College of Health Public & Human Sciences School of Biological and Population Health Sciences POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT ASSISTANT or ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH POSITION – As part of its strategic plan, Oregon State University (OSU) is building on its existing strengths in the core disciplines of public health and human sciences by hiring a new faculty member with expertise in Environmental and Occupational Health in an accredited College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS). This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 9-mo. tenure-track appointment for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS – Required Qualifications include a doctoral degree in Environmental Health or related discipline at the time of appointment. Demonstrated expertise in environmental health applied to population and public health issues as reflected by academic training, scholarship, teaching and/or service. Established success in extramural funding and research agenda commensurate with academic rank. For example, at the Assistant Professor level, the candidate must have a clearly-defined research agenda and demonstrate potential to support their research with extramural funding. At the Associate Professor level, the candidate must have a record of a well-established research program, scholarship, and extramural funding. A commitment to high teaching standards for student success. A commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity. Ability to work collaboratively across disciplines. Preferred Qualifications: Although all areas of environmental health will be considered, we are especially interested in candidates that have a strong vision of emerging hazards and research methods in environmental health sciences. For example, we are interested in candidates whose research examines: the cumulative effects of exposures to multiple environmental chemical contaminants and interactions with other stressors (e.g. social, nutritional, economic, etc.) and/or biological mechanisms (e.g. genetics, epigenetic, metabolic, etc.) and/or microbial communities. how built environment or land use contributes to environmental health disparities. the possible environmental causes of children’s illnesses and disorders, as well as the prevention of environmentally mediated diseases in children. novel exposure assessment methods to address emerging hazards in environmental health (locally and globally) that can be scalable to large epidemiological studies. Leadership potential for building programmatic and scientific capacity for environmental health sciences. RESPONSIBILITIES - Responsibilities include establishing a[...]
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTResearch Coordinator – Job Description Monthly pay rate: $2496.00-3744.00 monthly with benefits FTE: 50-75% Start / stop dates: October 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017; project will likely continue for 2+ years The UW Occupational Epidemiology and Health Outcomes Program is dedicated to reducing work disability from occupational injuries and illnesses. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. The UW Occupational Epidemiology and Health Outcomes Program has an outstanding opportunity for a part-time (50-75% FTE) Research Coordinator. Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator, the Research Coordinator will assist with the conduct of human subjects research. This person will implement and facilitate research studies while ensuring research projects are conducted in compliance with federal regulations, institutional/departmental guidelines, and standards of Good Clinical Practice. Research coordination is an integral part of the management, organization, and processing of research data. This position supports the mission of the University of Washington. Duties are divided as follows: Regulatory and general research support (30%) Obtain IRB approvals, modifications, renewals, responses, and closeouts; this includes managing and/or assisting with preparing, writing, and editing IRB submissions/applications. Take lead on organizing electronic and paper regulatory files. Establish effective work processes for accurately tracking, storing, and retrieving information. Design, create, and revise research instruments as necessary to ensure quality data that correlates with research objectives. Provide collaborative input on the development of project-specific written communications (e.g., journal articles, reviews, meeting summaries, and progress reports) Assist with other tasks, as assigned Human subject research coordination (70%) Correspond directly with patients and families to determine study eligibility and provide them with information about the research studies. Obtain their consent for minimal risk studies. Administer study instruments over the telephone and maintain contact with participants Interact closely with Occupational Nurse Consultant and Medical Program Specialist at Washington Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) for study related needs. Schedule and summarize study team meetings Arrange contractors, including telephonic interpreters Develop and maintain databases of survey data and other relevant data Develop, maintain, and update project timelines Prepare and manage monthly, interim, and final reports and other project communications Other duties as assigned by the principal investigator or other members of the research team Requirements Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a public health or health related field or equivalent work experience Two years of research coordinator or related work experience Familiarity with human subjects research regulations and guidelines Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to dev[...]
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Violence Prevention Research Program (VPRP) is a nationally-recognized leader in research on firearm violence and its prevention. We are seeking a highly-motivated research data analyst/project coordinator to join our core research team under the supervision of Garen Wintemute, MD, MPH, VPRP’s director. The appointee’s initial work will be as coordinator and analyst for a large cluster-randomized trial of a unique law enforcement intervention designed to prevent firearm violence. Activities will include study and analysis plan design; data acquisition, management, maintenance, and linkage; statistical and epidemiologic data analysis; interpretation of results; literature reviews; manuscript, presentation, report, IRB protocol, and proposal preparation; and liaison with investigators at other institutions and staff at the California Department of Justice and National Institute of Justice. A master’s degree in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, or a related field is required. The incumbent is required to have experience with scientific manuscript writing and data analysis in an academic, research, or similar setting; to be able to conduct and summarize results from literature reviews; and to understand the principles and practice of epidemiological study design and data analysis. Preference will be given to candidates with experience managing and analyzing data using statistical software such as SAS, R, or Stata, to those with prior experience in project coordination, and to those with prior experience in research on violence. To learn more and apply for this exciting opportunity: http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr/jobs/jobs_online.html On the left, select the appropriate gold box (current health system employee or other) Click on “view job postings/apply for job” In the Reference box, enter 046803 and click “search” Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a cover letter and CV. The position will remain open until filled. VPRP is a multi-disciplinary program of research and policy development focused on the causes, consequences, and prevention of violence. Our continuing mission is to develop and disseminate the research evidence on which informed violence prevention policy and practice are based. VPRP’s director is emergency physician Garen Wintemute, MD, MPH, Baker-Teret Chair in Violence Prevention and one of the nation’s leading firearm violence researchers. It is expected that he will serve as the inaugural director of the new University of California Firearm Violence Research Center, the only state-funded program of research on firearm violence in the United States. Magdalena Cerdá, DrPH, is the Vice Chancellor’s Chair in Violence Prevention and VPRP’s Associate Director. Dr. Cerdá is an internationally known social epidemiologist with special expertise in violence and substance abuse. VPRP’s collaborating researchers represent medicine, psychiatry, epidemiology, criminology, biostatistics, ec[...]
Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent research center at the University of Washington focused on expanding the quantitative evidence base for health. IHME aims to provide policymakers, donors, and researchers with the highest-quality quantitative data to make decisions that achieve better health. IHME’s research spans multiple disciplines and policy-relevant areas including resource tracking, cost-effectiveness, forecasting, burden of disease, geospatial analysis, health systems solutions, and impact evaluations. It has established international scientific credibility for developing innovative multidisciplinary methods and producing cutting-edge results. IHME aims to be nimble and entrepreneurial in its work, taking on daunting analytic challenges in order to provide critical information that can help answer big-picture questions at the most local levels possible, such as: What is the state of the world’s health? What impact are different programs, initiatives, and policies having on improving health? What investments and decisions can we make today that will improve health most in the future? One research area for IHME is Costs, Effectiveness, and Efficiency. The aim within this research area is to help policymakers, donors, ministries of health and public health workers effectively apply and scale up interventions by empowering them to review and compare the relative costs, efficacy, and impact of potential interventions. IHME has an outstanding opportunity for a Technical Project Coordinator. The main purpose of this position is to facilitate and manage activities related to the overall Cost Effectiveness enterprise, ensure timely and efficient coordination among different teams and team members pivotal to the computational process, monitor and assess adherence to data and coding protocols, help manage technical workflow, and create and manage clear action plans to achieve deadlines and produce deliverables. The Technical Project Coordinator must navigate multiple teams and complex project logistics while focused on key details of the data and code to facilitate effective coordination between different teams in order to achieve deadlines. He/she must develop an understanding of the interdependencies among key analytic components. The individual will need to monitor and assess adherence to data and code protocols, track progress against deadlines, and help resolve roadblocks. He/she facilitates strong communication among teams, schedules and orchestrates meetings, and manages [...]
Mon, 10 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Division of Medicine has an outstanding opportunity for a temporary full-time Research Consultant. The Research Consultant will collaborate with the Principal Investigator to design, develop and maintain database structures to support data collection and analysis for Project DETECT, a 6-year CDC-funded study designed to answer questions about the window periods of 7 different point-of-care HIV tests by testing people recently infected with HIV. The study is based at the Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) STD Clinic located at Harborview Medical Center where HIV-negative and HIV-positive participants are seen for study visits. This study involves one-time study visits for most and serial follow-up for participants with discordant HIV test results. RESPONSIBILITIES: Utilize a broad understanding of Project DETECT to facilitate role as a senior member of the DETECT research team providing data management and data quality expertise. Evaluate existing database architecture. Independently design and modify databases to accommodate system changes and provide operative, actionable information. Responsible for carrying out and overseeing accurate data collection, analysis and reporting and communicating among UW team members and federal investigators at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Analyze data to produce reports that will drive decision-making for study procedures and monitoring. Lead secure report transmission to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Access and integrate data from various data systems, including the PHSKC electronic record system for clinical data (EPIC), PHSKC laboratory data, and research-specific databases in Access, Excel, and QDS. Review and verify corresponding data records. Responsible for data quality assessment and control, and associated reporting. Independently design, develop and implement procedures to improve data quality. Use in-depth knowledge of SQL and SAS database software to transfer or merge data from one database management system to another as dictated by the program needs. Develop and foster effective working relationships with other statisticians/analysts and programs in the UW Center for AIDS Research, Department of Global Health, Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center to enhance research program. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree and 3 years’ experience in database management or master’s degree with related practicum experience. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Expert level knowledge of database design and statistical software. Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality of medical and surveillance records. Ability to adhere to institutional review board (IRB) regulations related to studies of human subjects. Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate technical informa[...]
Mon, 10 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTActuary 2-AIM Econometrician Full-time, Project (Expected end date of 1/31/2019) Olympia, WA The Health Care Authority (HCA) is Washington’s largest health care purchaser, responsible for providing comprehensive health coverage to more than 2 million residents through the Public Employees Benefits and Medicaid programs. The agency provides health purchasing leadership, benefiting both public and private sectors with a focus on moving the health delivery system away from volume toward higher value and better outcomes. The Olympia office is located in downtown Olympia, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bus lines, and less than one mile from the freeway. Position Objective: The Health Care Authority's mission is to provide high quality health care through innovative health policy and purchasing strategies. The Healthier Washington initiative directly contributes to the ability of HCA to achieve its mission through targeted investments in innovative strategies to transform health care purchasing in a way that improves healthcare delivery. This position will report to the Analytics, Interoperability and Measurement (AIM) Director for the Health Care Authority and will work collaboratively across the agency as part of the Healthier Washington Team. The Healthier Washington initiative charts a bold course for transformative change in health care in Washington state. Guided by the state's five-year Health Care Innovation Plan and a $65 million federal grant, Healthier Washington builds the capacity to achieve better health, better care and lower costs for at least 80 percent of Washingtonians by 2019. Through partnership with agencies ranging from HCA and Department of Health to Department of Social and Human Services, as well as collaborative engagement of the private sector, the Healthier Washington team of policy, technical and operational professionals will design and implement one of the state's largest and most visible health reform efforts to date. This initiative will leverage opportunities for additional funding sources over time to become a major driver of innovation in healthcare purchasing in Washington and the nation. The goal of the HW AIM program is to create analytic, interoperability and measurement capability within HCA that can inform, measure, and help communicate the success of HW initiatives. AIM tools and products must support grant evaluation - and provide valuable inputs to the HW investment areas which need advanced analytics to perform and achieve healthcare transformation. AIM is positioned within HCA to provide research, analysis, and consultation to promote innovation in health care purchasing for the almost 2 million lives covered by Medicaid and PEB. The Medicaid and PEB health care contracts represent almost $10 billion in spending per year. AIM and HCA analytics personnel work to provide policy makers and program managers with relevant data, analyses, and information to support innovations in how the agen[...]
Mon, 10 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) is seeking to appoint an academic project manager, who will play a central role in developing CSER's research projects and activities. We seek an ambitious candidate with initiative and a broad intellectual range for a postdoctoral role combining academic and administrative responsibilities. The Academic Project Manager will work with CSER's Executive Director and research team to co-ordinate and develop CSER's projects and overall profile, and to build and maintain collaborations with academic centres, industry leaders and policy makers in the UK and worldwide. This is a unique opportunity to play a formative research development role in the early stages of a world-class centre. Candidates will have a PhD in a relevant subject, or have equivalent experience in a relevant setting (e.g. policy, industry, think tank, NGO). The post-holder will join a team of researchers developing a general methodology for the management of extreme technological risk. They will report to the Centre's Executive Director, Dr Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh. Post-holders will be expected to: Coordinate and develop the activities of CSER's research programmes. Organize and participate in meetings, workshops and conferences; leverage Cambridge's convening power to assemble world-leading expert meetings on topics relevant to extreme technological risk. Act as an ambassador for the Centre's research, both within Cambridge and externally, engaging with academics, the media, policymakers, or other external audiences. Conduct independent and collaborative research within CSER's broad focus areas, to be published as papers in leading academic journals. Actively seek additional funding for the activities of the Centre; work with CSER's research team to develop research proposals. The post-holder will be encouraged to set their own priorities within the role and work with a high degree of independence, as well as to bring their own ideas to the challenges of achieving the Centre's research and development objectives. To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the 'Apply' button below. This will route you to the University's Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form. References: Please provide the names and contact details of two referees who are familiar with your work. The selection panel will be taking references into account in deciding whether the shortlist. It is essential, therefore, that you select the box 'At any point in this process' on the online system in response to the question when references can be requested. The deadline for receipt of references will be 16 November 2016. Appointment is to commence as soon as possible; the length of the appointment will be two years from the start date. The closing date for applications is Friday 11 November 2016 Interviews a[...]
Mon, 10 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
UW Physicians is looking for a Practice Advisor to join the Physician Services team.
Working in collaboration with UWP's key partners, the Practice Advisor will provide practice analysis as it relates to member physicians' practices and serves as the interface between the physicians and UWP's medical center partners. The Practice Advisor will provide professional bench-marking, analysis, and performance management strategies as they relate to the members' practices.
Who is the ideal candidate?
• Bachelor's degree required, preferably in business, mathematics, industrial engineering, health administration, or other relevant process oriented or analytical discipline. Masters preferred.
• Five years experience working with physician billing (i.e. coding, compliance, patient financial services) and/or medical clinic management OR
• Two years experience coupled with Masters Degree in Business or Health Administration.
• Proven analytical and financial skills
• Proven experience with complex data mining
• Demonstrated experience in communicating findings (verbal, reports, presentations, graphics)
• Knowledge of ICD-9/10, CPT-4, and medical documentation requirements, including Teaching Physician guidelines
• Knowledge of professional billing/revenue cycle management
• Knowledge of payer principles
• Knowledge of process improvement methodologies
• Proficiency with Windows based software and Microsoft Office Suite products in a network environment
• Advanced Excel skills with analytical experience
• Experience with professional billing and reporting software; knowledge of Epic/ Business Objects Enterprise, preferred
• Must maintain smart phone with a data plan
To view the full job description and apply for the Practice Advisor, please visit our Careers Page: http://uwphysicians.ttcportals.com/jobs/6041831-practice-advisor.
UW Physicians is an Affirmation Action and Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Persons with a Disability. Any individuals requiring assistance to apply for an opening at UW Physicians may call 206.520.5700 or visit our office at 701 5th Avenue #700, Seattle, WA 98104.
Job Closes: open until filled
Tue, 11 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Senior Epidemiologist is responsible for leading and directing a team of epidemiologists and other staff responsible for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of vital statistics, CHARS, BRFSS, and DWDA data, along with management of a public health data query system called the Community Health Assessment Tool (CHAT). This position serves as the agency’s technical expert on this health data and advises epidemiologists, assessment staff, and others who rely on the data to assess morbidity, mortality, and other health outcomes. Additionally, this position initiates and leads innovative strategies for collecting, linking, analyzing, and disseminating these data in ways that facilitate timely access to high quality information that can be used for public health surveillance and response, program evaluation, population forecasting, policy making, and applying for funding and other activities. To accomplish this work, this position develops strong partnerships within the agency; with local, state and federal agencies; and with researchers.
NOTE: Experience may have been gained concurrently.
Job Closes: October 27, 2016
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTMANAGER Locations: India (Delhi, Hyderabad); Lusaka, Zambia; Nairobi, Kenya About IDinsight IDinsight applies cutting edge methods in rigorous measurement to help global development practitioners maximize their impact. Our clients are the "best in the business" across sectors, including national governments, top NGOs, and innovative social businesses. We are also innovators in evidence-based global development, with recognition from Forbes "Top 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneurs", Foreign Policy Magazine, PopTech, and Echoing Green, among others. About the Manager Managers are dynamic, diverse leaders who are passionate about making a difference, possess exceptional analytical skills, and thrive in an entrepreneurial, developing country setting. IDinsight invests heavily in our employees’ professional development and expects them to think critically and creatively about how to maximize our clients’ social impact. Managers oversee all aspects of client engagements (with support from an IDinsight Partner) in order to produce high-quality reports, but more importantly, to drive each client to achieve its social impact goals. Towards this end, Managers are expected to develop a diverse skill set, including establishing trusted advisor relationships with clients, mentoring high-performing early career professionals (Associates), and developing expertise in a broad range of econometric, data, and field experiment tools. -Client Liaising- Managers establish themselves as experts and trusted advisors to IDinsight clients. Managers use this position to provide high quality counsel and support based on rigorous evidence for senior leaders in governments, foundations, NGOs, and socially impactful businesses. -Technical Skills- Managers harness and direct the intellectual horsepower fueling IDinsight project teams. Managers lead all elements of IDinsight evaluation and advisory projects, including evaluation design, project management, oversight of analytical processes, engagement of internal and external experts, and construction of high-quality communication materials including policy briefs, technical reports, and presentation materials. Managers need not be Stata wizards, but must be able to develop a deep and nuanced understanding of how econometric, data, and field experiment tools can be tailored to client needs. -Mentorship of Junior Staff- Managers have the opportunity to professionally develop IDinsight Associates in order to help them achieve their long-term career goals. Associates have exceptional raw talent, and are very energetic to learn from Managers in order to hone various skills. -IDinsight growth- When ready, Managers are encouraged to contribute to IDinsight's organizational development by helping to improve and refine the IDinsight approach, develop new client engagements, oversee country offices, and the potential to hel[...]
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTEnvironmental Health Specialist (Recent Grad) GS-0601-7/9 INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE Agency Contact Information 2 vacancies in the following locations: Parker, AZ San Carlos, AZ Work Schedule is Full Time - Recent Graduates Opened Thursday 10/6/2016(6 day(s) ago) Closes Thursday 10/27/2016(15 day(s) away) Salary Range $28,886.00 to $42,012.00 / Per Year Series & Grade GS-0601-07/09 Promotion Potential 09 Supervisory Status No Who May Apply See "PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY" section Control Number 452847000 Job Announcement Number IHS-16-PX-1794238-PTHWY Job Overview Job Overview Summary Become a part of an innovative, dynamic, nationwide organization of dedicated health care providers working to meet the individual health care needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Indian Health Service (IHS) employees are considerate in our care, creative in our approach, enthusiastic about our work and compassionate with our patients. Our lifestyle is adventurous, community oriented and focused on service and problem solving as part of a professional interdisciplinary team. Join us in improving the health outcomes of 2.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives.The IHS is required by law to give absolute preference to qualified applicants who meet the Secretary of the Interior's definition of Indian for appointment to vacancies within the IHS in accordance with established IHS policy as outlined in the Indian Health Manual Part 7, Chapter 3. The IHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This is a Recent Graduate position in the Pathways Program serving as an Environmental Health Specialist with two positions available located at the San Carlos Service Unit and Parker Service Unit. Selected individuals are placed in a dynamic two year developmental program in the excepted service designed to lead to a civil service career in the Federal government. At the successful conclusion of this program, the agency may non-competitively convert individuals to a term or permanent position in the competitive service. Conversion to a Federal competitive service position will be at the discretion of the agency and is neither guaranteed nor implied. Duties Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive environmental health program at assigned duty station. Under supervision, the specialist will conduct comprehensive environmental health surveys of all IHS, BIA and tribal facilities including schools, head starts, day care centers, gaming facilities, health care, recreational facilities, industrial operations and drug rehabilitation facilities on assigned reservations Under the guidance of District and Area staff, the specialist will build tribal capacity to manage environmental health hazards in their community by assisting with the development of environmental [...]
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTDivision of Research Programmer Analyst Training Program Program Overview The Division of Research (DOR) program for programmer analyst trainees provides an introductory opportunity for promising trainees to obtain long-term positions as programmer analysts in research. Our 6-month trainee positions are open to candidates who have recently completed or nearly completed graduate school. The annual program runs from June through December. Trainees earn a salary and benefits as part of the program. To date, our first two programs, in 2015 and 2016, have had 13 trainees. Program Goals Develop trainees’ skills in programming and analysis techniques for research projects Provide opportunities for trainees to contribute to epidemiologic and health research studies Help successful trainees prepare for related careers at the DOR and Kaiser Permanente Learning Opportunity Introduction to KP’s data systems and databases Structured training in fundamental skills of data extraction, data analysis and consultation, and data presentation for research studies Mentoring by experienced team members, including DOR’s research scientists and their analytic team leaders Assignment to one or more ongoing research project teams Participation in DOR’s peer group of more than 80 Programmer Analysts Networking opportunities across Kaiser Permanente’s Regional Departments Qualifications Recently completed master’s degree program in a related field, such as public health, epidemiology, statistics or biostatistics Interest or training in programming in SAS, SQL, VBA, .net or equivalent statistical analytical programming languages Additional Requirements Strong analytical, self-initiative and innovation skills Ability to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses Effective communication, consulting, interpersonal, and presentation skills Proficiency with PC applications including spreadsheet, word processing, and graphics packages Must be able to work in a Labor Management Partnership environment Eligible to work in the US To Apply Applications are accepted through January 13, 2017 for the June-December 2017 program. Interviews and hiring decisions will take place between February and April 2017. To request an application form, please contact us at DOR-PA-Trainee@kp.org. About Us Kaiser Permanente is an integrated health care delivery system with a diverse membership in eight regions across the US. In the Northern California region, Kaiser Permanente has 4 million members, a network of 21 hospitals and 100 ambulatory medical offices, and a multi-specialty physician group with over 9,000 physicians. The Division of Research, which is part of Kaiser Permanente in Northern California, has more than 500 people on staff,[...]
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTPOSITION DESCRIPTION: Epidemiologist 1 Entry-level epidemiologist responsible for carrying out a broad range of activities under the direction of a senior epidemiologist and/or program manager, including; assisting in the design and execution of community health assessments, collection of quantitative and qualitative data, analysis and interpretation of epidemiological data, communication of health statistics in written, verbal and graphical forms and evaluation of local public health and community programs. Participates on teams, supporting assessment and project management under established leads. Assists in conducting community health assessments and epidemiology projects Provides data analysis, helps to develop and maintain databases, generates descriptive and other analyses of public health data using a variety of statistical techniques Conducts literature reviews and assists in preparing reports from analysis of data; works with the data center staff to complete reports from initial concept to finished product Makes presentations of findings Participates in the development and evaluation of programs Participates on internal and external committees and work groups Disseminates scientific and public health information through writing, editing, and submitting reports and articles for newsletters, press releases, and publications. POSITION DESCRIPTION: Epidemiologist 2 Serves as an intermediate-level epidemiologist, responsible for carrying out a broad and complex range of investigative assessment and analytical epidemiologic activities related to the surveillance, detection, and prevention of diseases and injuries. Works independently as project lead/manager or as an experienced team or project member, providing epidemiologic expertise for specific programs or more complex epidemiologic analyses. Designing data collection instruments, analysis plans, and reports and requires general – and in some cases specific – understanding of program processes and methods for prevention, intervention, and control of diseases of public health importance. Major responsibilities include: serves as community health assessment project lead, managing the overall project and facilitating partners to design Coordinates and completes assessments of community health issues utilizing standard assessment models and various epidemiologic methods Works with the Data Center and Communications on completing reports from initial concept to finished product ready for distribution Provides timely response to data and information requests Performs statistical analysis of health and related data to determine the incidence, prevalence, or causes of human morbidity and mortality Analyzes and interprets data Facilitates or co-facilitates group proce[...]
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation is a private grant-making foundation based in Omaha, Nebraska. With assets in excess of $3 billion, it is among the largest foundations in the United States. The Foundation’s core mission is to prevent unintended pregnancy and ensure access to safe abortion in the U.S. and internationally. It is dedicated to improving the lives of women and families through reproductive choice that is dignified, respectful of women’s fertility desires, and evidence-based. Equally important is its long-standing commitment to creating college opportunities for low-income Nebraska high school students who reflect the values of its loving benefactor, the late Susan Thompson Buffett. These objectives are carried out through grant-making by the Foundation’s U.S., International, and Scholarship Programs. The new Senior Research and Evaluation Officer (SREO) will join a thriving team as a core member of the Research and Evaluation Unit. S/he will take responsibility for leading mission-critical planning, research, and evaluation-related activities across the Foundation in collaboration with R&E colleagues, Program staff, grantees, and evaluation partners. Working under the direction of the Director of Research and Evaluation, the SREO will provide expertise, guidance, and standards for measurement and evaluation activities for her/his assigned programs. S/he will work with evaluation teams on the design and development of measures, metrics, and data systems, and along with Program staff, will facilitate evaluator and partner relationships to ensure consistent procedures and practices and a rigorous culture of data-informed decision making. S/he will serve as a credible and articulate spokesperson for evaluation findings, and will contribute to broader conversations about the implications of such findings. The ideal candidate will be an innovative and interdisciplinary thinker with knowledge and experience relevant to the Foundation’s programmatic areas. S/he will have a broad mastery of quantitative and qualitative evaluation methodologies and a demonstrated ability to design and implement new evaluation approaches. S/he will be proactive and have excellent interpersonal skills with which to support Foundation colleagues and partners. The SREO will bring a strong team orientation, the ability to adapt quickly to change, and demonstrated success working effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. A terminal graduate degree is strongly preferred and extensive work and leadership experience in research and evaluation is required. Although candidates with a broad range of relevant expertise are encouraged to apply, the Foundation has a preference for those who have substantial research an[...]
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The mission of the University’s SafeCampus program, launched in 2007, is to help prevent and
address violence and its impact on campus through awareness, prevention, support, triage,
threat assessment, outreach and education. The Violence Prevention and Response Program
(VPRP) – more commonly known as, SafeCampus– is part of the Human Resources organization
and serves as UW’s coordinating office for violence mitigation activities across the UW.
Key services of the SafeCampus program include:
• Responding to calls to the SafeCampus telephone line that provides for centralized
reporting of Behaviors of Concern (behaviors which might indicate the propensity for
future violence, including suicide concerns), 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
• Connecting individuals with appropriate campus or community resources
• Coordinating and facilitating threat assessments that provide for collaborative review of
issues and development of coordinated response and risk abatement plans
• Conducting case management activities to assure implementation and to monitor
effects of risk abatement plans to inform plan modification
• Assisting and coaching members of our community in their response to Behaviors of
Concern, including suicide concerns or UW Prohibited Behaviors
• Establishing and maintaining effective connections among existing programs and
services to maximize the effectiveness of safety measures and enhance responsiveness
to victims of violence and individuals with concerns regarding potential violence within
the UW community
• Providing education designed to cultivate awareness and promote early prevention
Job Closes: November 13, 2016
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThis is a unique opportunity to contribute to Washington State Department of Labor & Industries' initiative to "Help Injured Workers Heal and Return to Work". We are a national leader in evidence-based health policy, clinical practice guidelines, and research. As an L&I Occupational Nurse Consultant, you will have a unique opportunity to work in a highly visible, inter-professional, and intellectually stimulating environment. You will be able to use your clinical knowledge to ensure safe and effective health care is delivered to Washington's injured and ill workers. You will be able to contribute significantly to L&I's goal of preventing disability by collaborating with physicians, the department's medical advisors, and our utilization review and claims staff to develop and implement evidence-based best practices. Your success will be measured by: Ability to organize and complete complex healthcare related projects and communicate them effectively to diverse groups of people. Ability to build relationships and work closely with advisory groups and committees, learning their purpose and role within the agency. Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively with a team of professionals. Some of what you will do Lead the development and implementation of evidence based clinical practice guidelines and utilization review criteria, health policies, and projects that will be used by healthcare providers and claim staff. Organize, coordinate, and lead meetings with healthcare providers, administrators, and staff. Lead and track major workers' compensation and sometimes inter-agency healthcare initiatives and programs such as safe opioid prescribing and comprehensive pain care. Provide clinical consultation and training to staff and other areas of the department as needed to help them understand how to use new healthcare policies and guidelines. What we are looking for Bachelor's degree in public health, science, math, nursing or related field including college level courses in statistics and research methods. Graduation from an accredited school of nursing. Active license to practice as a Registered Nurse in Washington state. Minimum of 2 years' experience in a clinical setting. Minimum of 3 years' experience in public health, policy development, administration or supervision, teaching, research, or case management. Is comfortable and skilled working directly with healthcare providers and organizations; can build and maintain constructive professional relationships with them. Able to effectively search (with assistance from our library staff) scientific literature databases and other information sources for specific healt[...]
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTIHME has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Publications Officer. The primary purpose of this position is to support the development of high-quality peer-reviewed scientific papers for IHME’s work in fields including epidemiology, biostatistics, survey methodology, health economics, demography, and social determinants. Particular emphasis will be given to the complex Global Burden of Disease enterprise, an analytic approach to measure and compare the fatal and nonfatal impact of diseases, injuries, and risk factors across the world. The individual will manage the production process to produce polished papers, in collaboration with researchers, for submission to peer-reviewed publications in order to broaden the quantitative evidence base for health. Responsibilities Include: Publications Management Manage the paper production process for select publications, working with project officers, faculty, researchers, fellows, and data professionals, from draft development to publication. Create and update production timelines, ensuring that all interrelated aspects of the schedule are being tracked and adapting timelines if milestones or deadlines shift. Gain a clear understanding of the complex computational machinery behind IHME’s work, and how these schedules relate to the paper production process. Develop an understanding of roles and areas of expertise of IHME faculty and staff; be able to identify the appropriate team member to assign to paper tasks. Maintain strong attention to detail while planning around contingencies. Writing Assist in writing high-quality scientific articles for submission to peer-reviewed journals. Edit manuscripts for consistency, clarity, grammar, and syntax. Translate complex scientific concepts and data into language appropriate for audiences of specific interest for the paper topic and journal chosen for submission. Review and discuss results with researchers (including faculty, fellows, and external researchers) in order to identify key messages to highlight for scientific audiences. Engage in regular discussion and debate with researchers, collaborators, and project managers about key messages, representations of data, and the context of their presentation. Participate in the development of concise and accurate descriptions of research for use in publications, including press releases, policy briefs, and infographics. Engage with external collaborators to incorporate their feedback to draft scientific manuscripts, hone messages, and finalize manuscripts for submission. Participate in the peer-review process by facilitating required revisions and formulating responses to journal editors[...]
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
Please contact Alexia.Murillo@cdph.ca.gov with any questions
Job Closes: November 13, 2016
Fri, 14 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTCancer Research And Biostatistics (CRAB) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help conquer cancer and other diseases through the application of biostatistical principles and data management methods. Position Summary: Under supervision of the Data Management department, the Clinical Research Data Coordinator (DC) performs quality review and evaluation of study data, reviews study-specific protocols, contributes to overall study management tasks and participates in special projects as directed. The DC acts as liaison and reference resource to participating institutions’ Clinical Research Associates (CRAs), investigators, and clinical monitoring staff. Interacts with Biostatisticians and other study team personnel, participating in activities necessary to enhance and maintain data management functions for specific disease site committee(s) and/or projects as assigned. Scope of Responsibility: After appropriate and extensive training, the DC works with supervisory and/or study team guidance and is expected to execute sound judgment within the framework of data management policies and procedures to fulfill position responsibilities. Receives direct supervision in performing work assignments and refers non-routine decisions to his/her supervisor. Duties and Responsibilities: Acts as liaison and reference resource to institutional CRAs, nurses and investigators Develops and maintains effective working relationships with Biostatisticians, study team personnel and institutional research sites Assists with the enrollment and/or randomization of research participants Provides additional training to research sites in using the Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system including, but not limited to: presenting formal or web-based training, site initiation visits (SIV), triage helpdesk requests for assistance Initiates and maintains open communications with research institutions and their affiliated study sites through oral, written, and electronic methods to ensure compliance with protocols and overall study objectives Uses established Quality Control procedures for data management Monitors and evaluates incoming patient data for protocol and procedural compliance Performs patient data evaluations to summarize overall eligibility, adverse events during and after protocol intervention, response to study treatment, patient reported outcomes (PROs), protocol compliance and deviations Implements corrective action as required by requesting missing data and/or data clarifications Maintains and updates study specific data base tables for use in interim and final study analyses Participates[...]
Fri, 14 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Surgical Outcomes Research Center at University of Washington is hiring a Research Project Manager to manage our Comparing Outcomes of Drugs and Appendectomy (CODA) appendicitis study. In addition to research project administration and personnel management, this position will also involve human subjects research coordination. You may access the posting and submit your application at the UW employment website by searching requisition #135794.
Job Closes: open until filled
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Center for the Study of Human Health (CSHH) at Emory University seeks a Lecturer in Global Health to begin fall semester of 2017. CSHH is an interdisciplinary liberal arts program that supports a BA in Human Health and minors in Global Health, Culture and Society; Nutrition Science; and Predictive Health through innovative courses and scholarly endeavors with broad perspectives on health and the human condition.
We seek an individual whose work links global health to multiple disciplines. Experience in teaching innovative courses for undergraduates that connects areas of global public health with a broad liberal arts perspective is necessary. Successful candidates will demonstrate the application of methods and pedagogies from their discipline to the teaching of global health. Candidates with a history of international practice and an interest in exposing students to field experience are encouraged.
This is a full-time regular position requiring five courses per academic year, including large lecture courses and small seminars. The initial appointment will be for a period of three years with renewals and promotions possible within the lecture-track system, as detailed in the Emory College of Arts and Sciences Guidelines for Appointment of Lecture-Track Faculty (http://college.emory.edu/home/administration/policy/lecturer.html).
Applicants should have a relevant doctorate in hand or evidence of completion by May 2017. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a personal statement summarizing teaching experience and interests, two (2) syllabi from representative courses, a description of leadership efforts and contributions to program development and diversity, and names of three (3) references. Submit your application and references by November 15, 2016. Preference will be given to applications received by October 15, 2016. Please direct questions to the Human Health Search Committee, HumanHealthSrch@emory.edu.
Submit your application here: http://apply.interfolio.com/37543
Emory University, Atlanta, GA is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Veteran employer. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Job Closes: November 15, 2016
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTDF/Net Research, Inc. is a contract research organization providing data management, statistical support, programming, and medical coding to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic and non-profit institutions worldwide. In collaboration with our Canadian office, DF/Net Software, the company uses, sells, supports and develops the DataFax data management system. DF/Net manages the data for several of the world’s top research organizations making in a difference in global public health today. Our areas of work include HIV, leishmaniasis, hookworm, TB, malaria, Ebola, oncology, vision, and other areas of health care. Currently we are looking for Part Time Data Validator. Summary of Position: Responsible for the processing of data in DataFax. Duties and Responsibilities: Performs first-pass validation in DataFax, correcting ICR errors and completing text entry on each CRF page Performs second-pass validation, a second visual verification of the accuracy of the data entry screen compared to the CRF image. Generates QC notes based on visual inspection or on interactive edit checks Performs special data cleaning tasks as directed by a Data Coordinator or Data Manager Performs additional study and data projects as needed. Required Qualifications: Exceptional attention to detail and strong proofreading skills The ability to carefully compare printed and digital forms, ensuring data is correctly entered Flexibility to work in changing research environment Strong verbal and written communication skills At least one year of college or equivalent experience Ability to establish and maintain productive work relationships Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment Ability to work independently, with some supervision. Preferred Credentials: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience Physical Conditions: Sitting for prolonged periods of time Repetitious computer usage on a daily basis Regular office environment Regular, consistent attendance Job Closes: October 31, 2016[...]
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTShasta County seeks an experienced professional to lead its health equity initiative. Under general direction the incumbent, plans and coordinates projects utilizing complex public health data and health outcome information; performs public health program planning and project management under limited supervision; prepares reports; analyzes, interprets and explains the health impacts of programs, policies, proposals, and legislation; and performs related work as required. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of education and experience sufficient to directly demonstrate possession and application of the following: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of public health and governmental planning; principles and practice of disease prevention and control; state and local laws affecting health and health planning; nomenclature, symbols, techniques, and instruments used in health planning work; statistical research methods as applies to the collection and tabulation of data affecting public health and public planning; grant application preparation and grant administration; purpose, policies, procedures and regulations of health and planning advisory boards and similar entities; methods of graphic illustration and presentation. Ability to: Collect, analyze, interpret, and apply health data to various health planning projects; organize and write lengthy and complex public health analysis and planning documents; prepare and present health impact assessments and related research studies; interpret and apply applicable health information and health policies to planning projects; meet and deal effectively with the public, private sector stakeholders, and governmental officials; research and present health data dealing with assigned areas; operate a personal computer for word processing, graphics, project management, and presentations obtaining current health and legislative information via the Internet. These standards are typically attained with a Bachelor's degree in public health, public administration, public policy or a closely related degree, and at least 3 years of progressively more responsible experience in public health planning, project management, health-related program development and implementation, health assessment, program evaluation, and/or public health policy analysis. A Masters of Public Health (MPH) or a closely related master's degree is highly desirable and may be substituted for one-year of experience. IDEAL CANDIDATE Shasta County Health[...]
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTDepartment of Environmental Toxicology University of California, Davis ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE/FULL PROFESSOR Title: Professor (open rank) of Environmental Toxicology. The Department of Environmental Toxicology in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis is recruiting a Professor (open rank) of Environmental Toxicology with a preferred emphasis in environmental toxicology, biochemical and molecular toxicology, mechanistic toxicology, toxicogenomics, or systems toxicology. This is an academic-year (9-mo) tenure-track or tenured appointment which includes the expectation that the appointee will conduct mission-oriented research and outreach of relevance to the California Agricultural Experiment Station. We are especially interested in individuals who have, or will establish, a strong and innovative program of fundamental through translational and/or applied research focused on, but not limited to, environmental toxicology, biochemical and molecular toxicology, mechanistic toxicology, toxicogenomics, systems toxicology, as relevant to the mission of the Agricultural Experiment Station. We are actively seeking faculty who aspire to educate a student body rich in diversity with respect to gender, ethnicity, first-generation students, socioeconomic status, and academic interests. Responsibilities: The successful applicant is expected to have, or to develop, an independent, internationally-recognized and well-funded research program, to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Environmental Toxicology curriculum such as introductory toxicology (ETX 101), mechanistic toxicology (ETX 214), molecular toxicology (ETX 278), or systems toxicology (new), to develop a course in their area of expertise, to train and supervise undergraduate and graduate students, and to collaborate with established programs within the university. Participation in and development of outreach/engagement programs, and performance of departmental and university service is expected. This position is expected to work with extension educators and partners in allied industries. Qualifications: Ph.D. in toxicology, biochemistry, molecular biology, biological chemistry, genetics/genomics, bioinformatics, or a related field at the time of appointment. Preference will be given to those with postdoctoral experience. Demonstrated, or potential for, excellence of the applicant’s research program and experience, as judged by the applicant’s publicati[...]
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTChief – Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services Position: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recruiting for an important senior leadership position. This position serves as Chief, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, and is located in CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH), Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services (DEEHS), Atlanta, GA. The position plans, directs and supervises scientific and programmatic activities and staff related to childhood lead poisoning prevention. Duties: The incumbent will: Lead and supervise a multi-disciplinary group of scientists, program staff, other public health professionals, and administrative specialists; Develop and facilitate innovative strategies to address and reduce childhood lead poisoning. Determine long- and short-term priorities, objectives, and measures for reducing childhood lead poisoning; Direct and oversee a large, complex childhood blood lead level surveillance system; Plan and conduct epidemiological studies and statistical analyses; Plan and direct cooperative agreements with state and local health department activities to reduce childhood lead poisoning; Identify and implement methods to target areas of highest risk and identify lead-exposed children; Engage in national, cross-cutting collaborations and efforts to ensure policies and systems for referral, case management, and access to recommended services for lead-exposed children; and Plan and implement evaluation studies. Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an advanced degree (e.g. PhD or MD) and at least 1 year of postdoctorate experience in epidemiology, environmental health, medicine, or related health sciences. In addition, the desired candidate will have: documented leadership experience in creating a vision and setting the direction in a scientific or public health organization; knowledge and expertise in the field of public health surveillance, epidemiology, and/or environmental health; demonstrated experience in developing and implementing national, state, or local policies, programs and research related to the field of public health surveill[...]
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTGraduate Staff Assistant (GSA) Position: Diversity Autumn 2016 and Winter 2017 Time Period: As soon as possible – March 15, 2017 (with potential to extend through June 15, 2017) Work Schedule: up to 20 hours per week; specific schedule to be arranged with the supervisor Salary: commensurate with experience Hiring Unit: SPH Dean’s Office Hiring Unit Contact: Laura Rutledge (email@example.com) Description of DutiesThe Graduate Staff Assistant (GSA) will work closely with the SPH Diversity Committee and the Office of Student Affairs to develop and implement activities related to diversity within the School of Public Health. Activities will include: Coordinate SPH Diversity Committee and Diversity Committee work group meetings (e.g. provide scheduling support, attend, and take minutes); Assist with Diversity Committee and work group communication (email announcements, website updates, coordination with Communications staff); Serve as liaison between SPH Diversity Committee and external consultant to conduct a diversity needs assessment and strategic plan for the SPH Diversity Committee; Help plan and hold events for Diversity Committee and Student Affairs (e.g. brown bag lunches, workshops, career fairs); Collect and organize available data on SPH Diversity among staff, students, and faculty; and Represent the SPH Diversity Committee at other diversity related events on campus (e.g. departmental diversity committee meetings, workshops). Conditions of the Appointment This Graduate Staff Assistant appointment (Occupation Code = 0857; non-teaching/research academic assistance) is dependent upon satisfactory performance of duties. This appointment is classified as an Academic Student Employee (ASE) and is governed by a collective bargaining agreement between the University of Washington and UAW Local 4121. For more information regarding the UAW Local 4121 please visit their web site at: http://www.uaw4121.org. Monthly compensation will be consistent with the terms of the collective bargaining agreement. This appointment does not have benefits or tuition coverage for Autumn Quarter 2016. For Winter Quarter 2017 this appointment will provide tuition coverage and medical, dental, and vision eligibility and coverage under the Graduate Appointee Insurance Plan as described on the UW Human Resources website at http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/insu[...]
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTPrimary Duties This position supports the Department's mission by designing and applying epidemiological analyses and evaluation methodologies for a multi-pronged project to prevent prescription drug and opioid overdose. This position will assist with public health surveillance of drug overdose and related consequences, analyze data to support prevention programming, evaluate strategy implementation, undertake rigorous dissemination of analyses and meet performance measures for this high visibility grant. The position will coordinate with internal DOH project staff, other grant partners, and local community partners to evaluate project strategies. Duties include: • Updates, implements and develops methodology for the evaluation and performance measurement plan for the prescription drug overdose prevention project, which includes process and outcome evaluation methods. • Analyzes and interprets qualitative and quantitative data on prescription drug and opioid overdose and related consequences, and prevention program activities. • Disseminates epidemiologic and evaluation work including interpreting statistical findings; prepare technical reports and scientific paper for publication in peer review journals or other circulations, and for presentation to stakeholders at local, state and national meetings and conferences. Required Qualifications • A Master's degree or higher in Epidemiology, Public Health or related field, which includes 12 quarter hours of biostatistics or equivalent and 12 quarter hours of epidemiology or equivalent. • Demonstrated experience in the following: o Managing and analyzing health and healthcare systems data. o Evaluating program effectiveness and developing relevant metrics. o Use of "R", STATA or SAS statistical software applications. o Manipulation and statistical analysis of multiple public health datasets for evaluation of health care outcomes and health system performance (i.e. hospital discharge datasets, birth and death certificate datasets, injury surveillance datasets, EMS datasets, Prescription Drug Monitoring datasets).Job Closes: October 31, 2016[...]
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe California Safer Consumer Products Branch is seeking Toxicologist or Exposure Scientist candidates with demonstrated experience in assessing exposure to chemicals in consumer products. The position will support the implementation of California’s Green Chemistry law and the associated Safer Consumer Products (SCP) regulations. These unique regulations are designed to reduce harm from chemicals in consumer products. The SCP branch offers a progressive, friendly work environment that values innovative thinking, collaborative approaches, and enthusiasm for learning. The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Safer Consumer Products (SCP) Branch, within the Safer Products and Workplaces Program (SPWP), is distributing this notice to investigators who have demonstrated an interest and productivity in investigation and estimation of exposure to chemicals in consumer products. SCP plans to incorporate exposure estimates or measurements into categorization of consumer product ingredients. We wish to notify qualified post-doctoral investigators of the availability of this position for those who might be interested in contributing in the regulatory framework of this rapidly evolving California Program. Advertisement for the position is posted on the California Jobs Web site at http://jobs.ca.gov. The Job Duty Statement (JDS) for this position, focusing on Exposure Assessment, is attached to this email. The DTSC is a department within the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) that is dedicated to protecting California’s people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources, enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation, and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products. DTSC’s SPWP is composed of multidisciplinary teams of scientists, engineers, analysts, and industrial hygienists working to reduce toxic chemicals in consumer products and workplaces throughout California. SPWP offers a progressive, friendly work environment that values innovative thinking, collaborative approaches, and enthusiasm for learning. We are located in the CalEPA building at 1001 I Street which has many great amenities including on-site daycare, transit incentives, secure bicycle parking, a fitness center with showers, a café, and more. We are close to many r[...]
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTTo apply, click here. POSITION: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST I or II DEPARTMENT: Health & Human Services SALARY: $21.22 to 28.54 CLOSES: October 31st, 2016 @ 4:30pm (postmarks accepted) JOB NUMBER: 2016-39 Summary: To inspect, monitor and enforce established environmental health codes, regulations and ordinances within assigned area of responsibility; to interpret and disseminate environmental health information to industry, the general public and other agencies; and to perform related duties as assigned. Scope of Responsibility Under direction of the HHS Environmental Health Section Director perform professional level work in the prevention of disease transmission and health hazards to residents and visitors of Clallam County. This position is responsible for providing the general public, industry, and other governmental entities (including tribal governments) and other stakeholders information on general sanitation and other environmental health related issues. Work involves the interpretation, investigation, and enforcement of codes pertaining to environmental health standards, providing responses to environmental health related permit applications, performing inspections for potential problems, investigating complaints, and providing technical assistance when warranted. Distinguishing Characteristics Environmental Health Specialist I: This is the entry-level professional class in the Environmental Health Specialist series. This class is distinguished from the Environmental Health Specialist II by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series. Individuals at this level are expected to learn and participate in various program areas. Environmental Health Specialist II: This is the journey level professional class within the Environmental Health Specialist series. Individuals at this level are assigned the more complex projects requiring independent decision-making, and must be able to effectively participate in planning, implementation and evaluation of program initiatives. Individuals at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise, and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. Assignments may include technical or functional supervision of subordinate technical and clerical personnel. Positi[...]
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTThe Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) in theDepartment of Health Services, School of Public Health is seeking a part-time (50-75% FTE) Online Learning Specialist. Reporting to the Learning Technologies Specialist, the Online Learning Specialist is responsible for developing online courses, maintaining WEB-based learning resources, and coordinating WEBinars to meet the diverse public health training needs in the Northwest region. This position requires strong writing skills, a background in distance education, and experience using design and learning technologies. This position requires someone with a broad technical background to utilize appropriate technologies for public health practice distance education programs. Distance education content may take the form of online courses and learning modules (both text/html-based and narrated slide lectures), multimedia toolkits or guides, and WEBinars. The Online Learning Specialist will work with content experts to develop online trainings. Tasks in this area will include assessing learning objectives, considering the needs of the target audience, editing content, writing additional content as needed, deciding on graphics to complement the training, building the training using appropriate instructional technology. Additionally, this position is responsible for monitoring and expediting the production process, while assuring the readability, coherence, accuracy, and conformity to standards of style and quality in the course materials. The Online Learning Specialist will also assist in coordinating and facilitating live trainings delivered via WEBinar. Tasks in this area include working with the presenter, moderator, and production team to set a timeline and communicate the guidelines and logistics of the WEBinar. This role will also provide training for the presenter in use of the WEBinar technology and assist as needed with an instructional review of slides. Duties and responsibilities: Work directly with content experts to design new distance learning materials and to convert existing curricula to appropriate online formats. This includes writing or editing content as needed, ensuring consistency of style, design, and learner-centered focus. This may also include the conversion of existing content into a newer format (updated look a[...]
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTBiostatistics has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Manager of Academic Events. The Manager of Academic Events (MAE) is responsible for advancing the visibility and sustainability of the educational programs outside the department’s traditional degrees as well as to strengthen the department’s relationship with its alumni and industry collaborators. These efforts have in common the need to create, market, and steward the public understanding of the Department of Biostatistics with the goal of building lasting relationships that result in increased enrollment in the department's short courses and conference workshops that produce additional revenue through course registration fees, donations, and sponsored scholarships to sustain the mission of the Department to educate, to perform research, and to serve the academic and wider community. Program Development and Management For activities including, but not limited to, the Summer Institutes in Biostatistics, Statistical Genetics, Infectious Diseases, and Big Data, as well as the Seattle Symposium in Biostatistics, the position will perform the following duties: Identify audiences, locations, and co-sponsoring institutions and companies appropriate to the scholarly short courses presented by the Department of Biostatistics. Negotiate with universities and private industry in Washington State, the U.S., and internationally to mount one-time and recurring educational programs. Develop lasting relationships with entities needing the courses and expertise of the Department. Create social media campaigns and WEB-based resources to attract and retain participants in the Department’s non-traditional programming, including alumni, other students in related fields, scientific researchers needing continuing education, and state/federal officials seeking to stay current with the field of biostatistics (e.g., NIH project officers or staff statisticians). Manage the budgets of the extracurricular program. Authorize purchases, maintain spending records, accurately code invoices, create financial reports, and forecast expenditures. Facilitate speaker travel, lodging, honoraria, and expense reimbursements. Review and approve events and services to be provided for compliance with applicab[...]
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMTPATH is an international, nonprofit organization that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions, enabling communities worldwide to break longstanding cycles of poor health. PATH's mission is to improve the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors. To fulfill PATH's commitment to ensuring accountability, synergy, and stewardship across the organization, PATH has established a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team to strengthen our support to staff who are responsible for project monitoring and evaluation and to develop an organization-wide approach to assessing our long-term program impact. The Internship student will work with the M&E team on assisting to build capacity in PATH projects and programs. The student will specifically work with a new project building M&E capacity in South Africa. This project aims to decentralize delivery of comprehensive, integrated HIV/TB prevention and treatment services together with robust monitoring and evaluation towards epidemic control. Monitoring & Evaluation Capacity Building Internship (3-6 months Fall-Winter Quarter) Start date: October 2016 (TBD) Skills to be developed and/or expanded: Collaboration with multiple stakeholders Needs assessment Training/building capacity/skills transfer Knowledge and experience with Monitoring & Evaluation Experience with health systems in South Africa Proposed activities and responsibilities include: Assist in curriculum development and documentation for M&E capacity building and training, including online courses Coordinate capacity building efforts for M&E staff Support the M&E team in identifying training topics, approaches and modalities Research training delivery mechanisms Apply best practices for online learning, including webinar presentations Support communication between all involved parties Required Skills: Interest and experience in creating online learning opportunities, and capacity building approaches Experience or interest in training, and developing curriculum Basic familiarity with adult learning theory Proven ability to conduct literature reviews Advanced proficiency working with Powerpoint Proactive, motivated, self-directed learner with g[...]
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT
The Department of Health Services seeks a full-time Program Coordinator to work with the Master of Health Administration (MHA) programs. Under general direction of the MHA Program Manager, this position will independently advise students, staff, faculty, and the general public on the mission, content, policies, procedures and activities of the MHA programs. These programs include the traditional (in-residence) MHA degree, the Executive MHA degree (EMHA), and the certificate program in Medical Management (CPMM). The position may also support the certificate programs in Health Management and Community Health Leadership. These programs, servicing approximately 175-200 students each year, provide educational foundations for mid- to high-level careers in health services management, delivery, and policy.
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Job Closes: November 3, 2016