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The UCSF Global Health Group seeks a candidate with experience in quantitative analysis and global health research for a short-term Research Assistant position with the Private Sector Healthcare Initiative (PSHi). The Research Assistant will collaborate with the research team on data analysis and write-up associated with two research projects conducted in Nigeria aimed at examining the quality of care for malaria and other pediatric illnesses from informal providers.
University of California, San Francisco
September 1, 2014 - October 31, 2015
From September 1, 2014, pending funding, E2Pi will lead a 3rd phase of the Commission on Investing in Health's work, focused on leveraging the Global Health 2035 report to shape the post-2015 health goals and the health investments of donor countries and LMICs. E2Pi seeks an experienced Senior Policy Manager (SPM) to play a major role in Phase 3 policy and advocacy activities. The SPM will play a lead role in Phase 3 strategy, project management and implementation, working closely with the CIH Secretariat (led by Gavin Yamey and based in San Francisco, CA) and key project partners/contractors, as well as the 25 CIH Commissioners, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, donor agencies, and LMIC country leadership, to ensure action and impact.
They will thrive in a fast-paced, rapidly-evolving and results-driven environment. Experience in global health policy and/or advocacy (typically 10 years or more) is essential. Significant domestic and international travel of 1-2 weeks’ duration will be required. The duration of the position is 14 months (September 1, 2014 - October 31, 2015), with the strong possibility of a longer term position pending future grants. Read full description
Req Number 40512BR
The GHG Financial Analyst will work closely with the GHG Operations Manager to support timely financial management of the activities of the Global Health Group and its initiatives. Responsibilities include accounting and financial monitoring of assigned projects (including reconciling general ledgers, rent and recharges); developing and regularly updating financial projections to support decision making and grant reporting; reviewing and processing vendor contracts, invoices and payments; and taking action to implement next steps to adjust or correct transactions (including updating payroll distributions, processing recharges, and supporting project closeout). The Financial Analyst will contribute to pre-award grant proposal development, and will monitor grant and contract reporting requirements to ensure timely reporting and/or invoicing.
The Global Health Group is a complex, fast-moving, policy-oriented research enterprise. Compelling candidates will be team players with strong budgeting and financial analysis skills, excellent time management and problem solving skills, and willingness and ability to be flexible and adjust to new projects and priorities as they arise. This is a full time, fully grant-funded position, reporting to the Global Health Group Operations Manager. The candidate will also perform other related duties as assigned.
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