Public Administration Analyst

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POST DATE 10/8/2019
END DATE 1/4/2020

University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers Los Angeles, CA

Location
Los Angeles, CA
AJE Ref #
585033836
Job Classification
Full Time
Job Type
Regular
Company Ref #
4018
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Education
Masters Degree
Min Salary
23.04
Max Salary
45.54
Salary Unit
per hour

JOB DESCRIPTION

Responsibilities

The mission of the UCLA Center for Behavioral &nAddiction Medicine (CBAM) is to advance the prevention and treatment of chronicnillnesses, especially in communities with health disparities. Our work focusesnprimarily on addiction treatment, HIV prevention and the intersection of thentwo. We lead a NIMH-funded HIV research center entitled Center for HIVnIdentification, Prevention, and Treatment Services (CHIPTS), which is ancollaboration of leading scientists from local universities, research andnpolicy institutions. The goals of CHIPTS are to promote novel, high impact andntransformational research; to sponsor meetings and provide venues forncollaboration among scientists, providers, insurers, policy makers andnstakeholders; and to provide mentoring and training.

In this role, you will be responsible for programncoordination of various assigned research projects. You will be working closely with the Director and investigators to manage the day-to-daynoperational activities of assigned projects, including managing project timelines and deliverables,ncoordinating logistics and planning meetings with various communitynstakeholders and investigators, develop of project-related documents (e.g.nfocus group questions, consent forms, questionnaires), conducting literaturensearches, managing/compiling project data, coding qualitative data, ensuringncompliance with funder's requirements, coordinating regulatory approvals, andnpreparing progress reports.

You will also be responsible forndelivering service consultations, identifying new collaborative opportunities,nand establishing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders includingnboth academic and community partners. The position will also providenadministrative support functions, coordinating and assisting in preparing grantnapplications, editing and formatting manuscript for publications, andnparticipating in other writing assignments.Qualifications

Required
Must have strong interpersonal and organizationalnskills in order to lead and facilitate planning processes involving partnersnwith diverse backgrounds.
Must have strong program management skills and be ablento coordinate multiple projects.
Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively,nboth verbally and writing, to various audiences.
Must be able to manage competing priorities and stillnmeet tight deadlines with high level of accuracy and thoroughness; must havenstrong organizational skills and highly-detailed oriented.
Must be skilled in Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook,nWord, Excel, Power Point.
Must have strong writing skills, including experiencenwith grant proposals, peer-reviewed manuscripts, presentations, and preparingnprogress/technical reports.
Must be able to work with confidential and sensitiveninformation with discretion.
Must have strong problem-solving skills and be able tonwork independently with minimal supervision.

Preferred
Have familiarity and knowledge of HIV/AIDS and withnorganizations in Southern California working on identification, prevention andntreatment of the disease.
Have demonstrated skills in managing regulatory,npublication compliance, and applying statistical techniques and methods tonanalyze and interpret data.
Experience in facilitating groups or conductingnworkshops/focus groups.
Experience with qualitative analysis and coding.
Experience providing technical assistance toncommunity-based groups
A Master's Degree in Public Health or relevant fieldnis strongly preferred.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.