Opportunities at UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences
Field Coordinator, Senegal
The Field Coordinator will support the implementation of the PMI Impact Malaria Senegal malaria elimination readiness assessment. This position will be responsible conducting quantitative data collection across ten districts, coordinating logistics, and supporting and assisting UCSF and project stakeholders to finalize study tools and plans, data entry, analysis, write up, and dissemination.
Coordinateur de terrain, Sénégal
Le coordinateur de terrain soutiendra la mise en oeuvre de l'évaluation de la préparation à l'élimination du paludisme de PMI Impact Malaria Sénégal. Le titulaire du poste sera responsable de la collecte de données quantitatives dans dix districts, de la coordination de la logistique, du soutien et de l'assistance à l'UCSF et aux parties prenantes du projet pour finaliser les outils et les plans d'étude, la saisie des données, l'analyse, la rédaction et la diffusion.
Full-time ladder rank faculty position at Associate or Full Professor rank
The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in partnership with the Institute for Global Health Sciences, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) invites applications for a full-time ladder rank faculty position at the Associate or Full Professor rank.This new faculty member will play an active role in shaping our Pandemic Preparedness work at IGHS and across UCSF. We are looking for highly skilled, passionate, and visionary applicants who can help develop, grow and sustain new programs across IGHS. We prioritize candidates whose experience, teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
Research Administrator/Grant Manager
Information - Req 61225BR
The Finance and Research Services Team at the Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS) is seeking an experienced Grant Manager to join our strong and inclusive team. This position will be responsible for a portfolio of pre- and post-award contracts, gifts, grants and cooperative agreements for IGHS funded projects. Responsibilities include: assisting Principal Investigators (PIs) and program staff in developing budgets and budget justifications and other requests for new proposals and continuation applications as well as review and analysis of terms and conditions; post-award financial administration and management in accordance with UCSF policy and sponsor requirements; accounting and financial monitoring (including reconciling general ledgers, managing payroll distributions, maintaining up to date projections, close-out activities); preparation and financial management of vendor, sub-award and independent consultant agreements; reconciling subcontract invoices; independently responding to department and sponsor reporting requests; quarterly, semi-annual, annual financial reports to meet sponsor requirements. Important objectives include ensuring compliance with applicable agency and University policies and guidelines.
Recency Informatics Data Analyst
Information - Req 61088BR
Since 2003, UCSF has been providing global and country-based HIV strategic information (SI), surveillance, and health informatics support and capacity building in 20 countries through cooperative agreements (CoAgs) with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) HQ and multiple PEPFAR countries. The Recency Informatics Data Analyst will provide technical assistance to U.S and country-based staff and partners on data platform development, data collection, analysis, and use, and provide guidance on data interpretation.
Project Manager, Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia
Information - Req 60845BR
This international development and/or public health professional will serve as a key contributor for a donor-funded body of work, and will manage complex with internal and external stakeholders. The Project Manager will maintain a comprehensive understanding of the technical and operational aspects of the work, deliverables, sub-awards, reporting, and budget.
Operations Program Manager, Malaria Elimination Initiative
Information - Req 60514BR
The Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) Operations Program Manager is a seasoned, experienced professional who uses advanced administrative concepts and skills to resolve complex issues and to manage, plan and administer the operations of a 25+ person team of faculty, staff, and students working on research, policy and advocacy activities in the US, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.
Project Manager, Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia
Information - Req 60512BR
This experienced international and/or public health professional will serve as the Project Manager for a donor-funded body of work for COVID technical assistance, internally and externally, and as such will command a comprehensive understanding of the technical and operational aspects of the work, deliverables, sub-awards, reporting, and budget.
Program Coordinator, Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia
Information - Req 60520BR
The Program Coordinator will coordinate communications and knowledge management and should be experienced in working with a variety of stakeholders across all levels of universities, donors, and international partners. They will assist the Co-Directors and Program Manager with the internal and external project communications, including gathering and assembling relevant news, opportunities, and developments for newsletters, social media presence, and identifying opportunities for and implementing website updates.
Strategic Program Manager / Medicine-ZSFG-Pulmonary and Critical Care
Information - Req 58660BR
The Strategic Program Manager administers all programmatic and operational activities for the Center for Tuberculosis. This position administers major program components and some or all of the program's operational requirements. Develops and organizes conferences and other public forums. The Strategic Program Manager works under the direction of the Center Director to establish center agenda, funding, objectives.
Faculty, Institute of Global Health Equity Research
Head: Research Projects and Training
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Contribute to IGHER’s research, and research training program by leading: the growth of programs in research consisting of multiple and varied research projects; and the development and delivery of a suite of research related education and training programs. Apply here.
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