Careers in Global Health

Opportunities at UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences

GSI Program Assistant

Information - Req 53438BR
The Program Assistant, Global Strategic Information (GSI), applies professional concepts to conduct analytical studies or projects of moderate scope and complexity to address a variety of policy, research and procedural issues. Fully analyzes issues and problems, gathers data and information, finds and evaluates alternatives and makes sound recommendations.

Local Communications Officer - AIDS 2020

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The incumbent will be responsible for serving as the primary communications lead for AIDS 2020,including strategy guidance, media, marketing and digital content development.This is an incredible opportunity to manage a large communications portfolio,working across sectors for an international event. The successful candidate will be able to work in a fast-paced environment, strong writer, have the ability to juggle multiple activities, and politically savvy.
Contact: Larkin Callaghan

Surveillance Analyst

Information - Req 52896BR
The Surveillance Analyst has primary responsibility for data management of the tuberculosis case registry and other surveillance data sources and serves as the subject matter expert for in-house data management for the TB Control Branch. The Surveillance Analyst writes, maintains and runs programs to monitor TB reporting and create reports, and manages electronic case reporting process using proprietary software. The ideal candidate will have experience in SAS or related software. The incumbent interacts with colleagues at the national and local levels to insure timely and accurate TB case reporting.

Director, International Research Operations Support

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The Director is responsible for developing and leading an effort to support international researchers, projects and programs to advance the University's international research mission. In collaboration with central campus administrative offices, cross-campus stakeholder groups, and reporting ultimately to campus leadership, the position advises on, develops, and disseminates policies, guidance and protocols that support international research, including those related to faculty and staff who travel and work abroad.

Project Manager, Global Health Informatics

Information - Req 52714BR
The Global Health Informatics Project Manager is a critical role to the strategic growth of the health informatics portfolio in Global Strategic Information (GSI). It is increasingly critical that health information is collected at the clinical level with ease, ensuring high quality data. This information must be easily accessible at the clinic, local, regional and national levels. Integrating health informatics into all projects to create platforms for data collection, analysis, and use allows the appropriate staff to use and interpret the data to improve programs and ultimately improve patient outcomes. Furthermore, health informatics may be able to solve health problems that cannot be solved in any other way, for example tracking lab specimens between sites. This position will be integrally involved in all GSI health informatics projects and will lead and support current projects, as well as pursue new opportunities for funding and expansion.

Ongoing Opportunities

Child Family Health International (CFHI) Programs

Intensive and immersion programs with various locations and start dates
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Global Health Fellows Program II Internships, USAID

Fellowships announced throughout the year
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Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP)

Partnership between the Peace Corps, PEPFAR, and Seed Global Health
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NIH Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars

Fogarty International Center (FIC), National Institutes of Health
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NGO Abroad

Volunteer Nursing Opportunities
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Unite For Sight's Global Impact Corps

Global health volunteer and education experience for students and professionals
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