Project Manager, Global Health Informatics
University of California, San Francisco
About the organization
UCSF is part of the 10-campus University of California, the world’s premier public research university system, and the only of its campuses dedicated to graduate and professional education. Driven by our public mission, we are a collection of dedicated scientists, clinicians, students and staff who strive to make the world a better place through our singular focus on health. Compassion is as critical as discovery in fulfilling our mission to make a difference for individual patients and whole populations. UC San Francisco is the leading university dedicated to advancing health worldwide through preeminent biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. Within our overarching advancing health worldwide mission, UCSF is devoted at every level to serving the public.
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.
GSI has a strong technical team with informaticians distributed over several countries, but there is need for overall day-to-day management of this team, with a specific focus on a project management and budgetary perspective, as well as the conceptualization and inception of new projects.
This Global Health Informatics Project Manager will be supervised by the GSI Technical Director for Global Health Informatics. To be successful in this position, the Manager should be an experienced professional who knows how to apply theory and
• Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training
• Thorough knowledge of principles, practices, and concepts of public health, epidemiology, management, data management and statistics
• Basic knowledge of project management principles, theories, and concepts
• Demonstrated advanced organization and project management skills, including experience hiring and supervising staff on technical projects
• Demonstrated competency in selecting and implementing project management methods and techniques
• Requires effective communication skills with a broad range of project members, including investigators, statisticians, programmers and administrative staff, as well as with CDC personnel across diverse cultures. Effective organization skills
• Ability to conduct effective training on technological issues, new systems for groups ranging from 10-50 people
• Demonstrated attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to determine relevance and prioritize tasks
• Proven leadership ability. Effective problem solving skills. Ability to work with limited supervision and guidance
• Effective skill at tracking effort and project progress
• Professional certification
• Demonstrated experience with software and database development, or software development project management using open source technologies
• Broad knowledge of technology-related initiatives and understanding of impact to the organization of such initiatives
• Experience in managing
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