The UCSF Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital Trauma Center (ZSFG) is recruiting a full-time Academic Program Officer III position to serve as Project Manager for the Champion Provider Fellowship Program. The Project Manager will manage all aspects of the Fellowship program under the direct supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI).
Started in 2014, the Champion Provider Fellowship (Fellowship) is a partnership between the UCSF at ZSFG Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) and the California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch (CDPH NEOPB). The goal of the Fellowship is to train community-based physicians and dentists from across the state in the skills and knowledge to promote policy, systems and environmental change interventions aimed at preventing obesity and chronic diseases, especially among low-income Californians. The individual will serve as the primary point of contact between the internal UCSF team, CDPH NEOPB, and all sub-contractors. This position will also support the ongoing work and mentorship of the Champion Provider Fellows (up to two cohorts totaling ~50+ fellows) and their local community partners. The position will include collaborating with the Principal Investigator (PI) to develop resources and trainings that support Champion Provider Fellow development.
The Project Manager is responsible for executing all aspects of grant administration (budget, scope of work development, quarterly and annual reporting) in a timely manner. The Project Manager will regularly interface externally with physicians and the funder; and therefore, must be able to represent UCSF/DGIM well, including being highly responsive to email communication, well organized, and a "team player". The Project Manager is also responsible for developing relationships with community partners and disseminating information about the program throughout California and as such must be a confident public speaker and be able to travel within the state (as allowable based on current public health travel guidance).
The successful candidate must be able to work independently in achieving the following tasks: * Serve as the "first point of contact" for the Champion Providers and triage requests for technical assistance. * Serve as a liaison to local health department representatives regarding the Champion Provider Fellowship initiative * Serve as an ambassador of the Champion Providers initiative at professional events/meetings * Identify strategic collaborations and/or partnership opportunities to advance the work of the Champion Provider Fellowship initiative and increase project visibility * Communicate regularly with the California Department of Public Health * Coordinate logistics for up to 2 annual in-person trainings across the state of California, including location selection, recruitment of desired speakers, accreditation for CME and CDE credits, and vendor management * Develop and coordinate communications for the Fellowship, including distribution of the bimonthly e-newsletter. The Project Manager must be able to work effectively with the external communications team. * Coordinate the technical and logistical aspects of regular webinars and assist with developing content for these webinars. * Manage all purchasing, reimbursements, filing, and materials collection for the Champion Provider Fellowship projects, including assisting with the development of quarterly activity reports to the funder * Maintain the Champion Provider Fellowship website * Coordinate the collection and dissemination of educational materials for the Champion Provider Fellows as needed. * Implement the evaluation plan for the project and create a yearly final report with evaluation results * Track deadlines and deliverables (internal project deadlines/deliverables and external deadlines/deliverables to funder) * Arrange meetings of all project staff/faculty and track status of action items made during those project meetings * Perform simple descriptive data analyses and draft presentations for trainings. * Write and submit abstracts for professional conferences.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and high-quality patient care. It is the only UC campus in the 10-campus system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.