Opportunities at UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences
Namibia Technical Advisor
Information - Req 56654BR
The Namibia-based Country Technical Advisor will work closely with the UCSF Program Managers, local Global Programs staff, Ministries of Health staff, CDC Namibia country office personnel as well as staff at implementing partners. He/she will work closely with relevant points of contact and health providers to ensure successful implementation of the projects, surveys and research studies and to ensure that staff at each site adhere to approved ethical procedures in survey protocol as these relate to informed consent, data collection, storage, security, and backup, and biological specimen collection, storage, shipping, and safety.
Information - Req 56850BR
UCSF, in collaboration with California Department of Public Health, is developing and training a workforce of COVID-19 outbreak investigators at local health jurisdictions. While the outbreak management course is designed to equip staff with knowledge and skills to mitigate and contain outbreaks, resources vary across locales and many LHSs, particularly those is rural and small jurisdictions, do not have adequate staffing to respond in all situations. To help meet the need for continued technical support and consultation, UCSF will develop and operate an outbreak management warm line. The Program Manager will provide broad management oversight of activities, including staffing, programmatic and fiscal oversight, regular communications with partners, and monitoring and reporting of program activities.
Informatics Project Manager
Information - Req 56730BR
UCSF is seeking full time Informatics Project Manager intimately familiar with informatics project management as well as developing and articulating evolving workflows as they relate to informatics systems. This position will be part of a larger team collaborating closely with San Francisco Department of Public Health Informatics and Operations teams to define technology and features to meet evolving business needs and manage the implementation of these solutions.
Information - Req 56645BR
UCSF provides global and country-based HIV strategic information (SI), surveillance, and health informatics support and capacity building in 20 countries through cooperative ageeements with CDC headquarters and multiple PEPFAR countries. As part of the Global Strategic Information team, the San Francisco-based Program Coordinator will support coordination and implementation of these activities and staff on the ground, as well as assist with data analysis and administrative support for project management for multiple cooperative agreements.
HR Coordinator (based at CA Dept of Public Health)
Information - Req 56488BR
The Human Resources (HR) Coordinator is responsible for providing a high-level of expertise for the purpose of carrying out critical functions of administrative management for multiple Branches affiliated with Global Health Sciences within the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Division of Communicable Disease Control (DCDC).
Note: This position is assigned to CDPH and is located at the CDPH campus in Richmond, CA. Position is a remote work position until further notice.
Course Director, Non-Communicable Diseases, Master of Science in Global Health Program
The Institute for Global Health Sciences Master of Science Program is searching for an educator to teach a course on Non-Communicable Diseases. This course GHS 202B Health, the Environment, and Chronic Disease has been taught from the inception of the program for the last 11 years. The current instructor is retiring from the position.
The structure of the course includes lectures, guest lectures, small group discussions, projects, and exams. This year, the course will be taught remotely but will resume as an in-person course when COVID restrictions are lifted in AY 2021-22.
The ideal candidate will have had experience in research, education, or clinical care in NCDs with a global health focus. For the purposes of our program, we define global health to be international or domestic but with a focus on health equity. Previous teaching experience is preferred. Due to the late nature of this hiring, previous course syllabi and materials will be made available so the selected Course Director will not need to develop a new course. IGHS Education is committed to supporting efforts to advance equitable access to education and outreach at all levels and as a result encourages and values applicants from diverse and underrepresented communities.
The course is taught twice weekly (3 hours per class) for a total of five weeks between March 27th and April 25th, 2021. Current course enrollment is 30-35 students. Two teaching assistants are provided for the course.
In addition to teaching responsibilities, all faculty in in the MS in Global Health Sciences are required to serve as academic advisors for approximately 2-3 students per year and as capstone project readers for another 2-3 students per year. Faculty are required to attend quarterly faculty meetings, a yearly retreat, and qualifying and comprehensive exams. All faculty receive student evaluations and program reviews yearly.
The position of Course Director is not offered as a campus faculty appointment and as a result is open to candidates already employed in the UC system. The selected Course Director will receive a stipend of up to $22,000 for the quarter.
The Master of Science in Global Health is a one-year, four-quarter program designed for those who wish to acquire expertise and develop leadership skills in the field of global health. Graduates are prepared for careers in research, policy, organizational leadership, program management and evaluation, and academia.
Please send a letter of interest and CV to Inez Bailey ([email protected]) by end of the day Nov 13, 2020.
Child Family Health International (CFHI) Programs
Intensive and immersion programs with various locations and start dates
Global Health Fellows Program II Internships, USAID
Fellowships announced throughout the year
Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP)
Partnership between the Peace Corps, PEPFAR, and Seed Global Health
Information; résumés accepted anytime
NIH Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars
Fogarty International Center (FIC), National Institutes of Health
Volunteer Nursing Opportunities
Unite For Sight's Global Impact Corps
Global health volunteer and education experience for students and professionals