109488 - Evaluation Coordinator
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#109488 Evaluation CoordinatorInitial Review Date: Thu 9/23/2021
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This position is funded for two (2) years and may be extended upon receiving additional funding.
The Department of Pediatrics is one of the largest departments within the School of Medicine. The missions of research, education and patient care are intertwined, and are integral to the goals of the department. The Department’s 18 divisions include Academic General Pediatrics, Child Development & Community Health; Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology; Cardiology; Dermatology; Dysmorphology; Emergency Medicine; Endocrinology; Gastroenterology; Genetics; Genome Information Sciences; Hospital Medicine; Infectious Diseases; Neonatology; Nephrology; Pharmacology & Drug Discovery; Rehabilitation Medicine; and Respiratory Medicine.
The Hispanic Center of Excellence (HCOE) and the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP): National Academies is housed in the UCSD Department of Pediatrics, Center for Community Health, within the School of Medicine. The UCSD Center for Community Health is a multidisciplinary group of professional physicians, researchers, and public health and community outreach educators committed to improving health equity. This goal is achieved largely through transnational research, translating advances from basic science and clinical research into the community, and developing the pipeline and future health care workforce of California and the Nation.
With funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), UCSD established the Hispanic Center of Excellence (HCOE) and the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP): National Academies. The HCOE provides training to medical students and young physicians who have talent and interest in the health professions, can compete for and retain positions in academic medicine, and have the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver culturally appropriate health services to all segments of the population. The HCOE provides the leadership, infrastructure and resources needed to: 1) develop and conduct academic enrichment activities that increase the recruitment, retention and graduation rate of Hispanic/Latinx and other URiM (underrepresented in medicine) medical students; 2) improve the retention and rate of promotion of Hispanic/Latinx and other URiM junior faculty by providing mentoring, training in research and pedagogy; and career development activities; 3) promote the participation of students and faculty in biomedical, behavioral and health disparities research, disease prevention, intervention, and the dissemination of culturally appropriate information on health issues that affect underserved populations; and, 4) design curriculum, provide instruction and support community-based clinical training that demonstrate and reinforce the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviors employed by individuals in a culturally competent and responsive healthcare delivery system.
The Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP): National Academies is housed in the UCSD Department of Pediatrics. The UCSD Center for Community Health is a multidisciplinary group of professional physicians, researchers, and public health and community outreach educators committed to improving health equity. This goal is achieved largely through translational research, translating advances from basic science and clinical research into the community, and developing the pipeline and future health care workforce of California and the Nation. The goal of the HCOP: National Academies is to significantly increase the number of qualified disadvantaged individuals (traditional students and veterans) from urban and rural areas that enter the region’s health care workforce. It utilizes a Comprehensive Approach to conduct structured yearlong Saturday academies and summer residential programs for Grades 11-12, community college (2 yrs.), university (4 yrs.), post-baccalaureate and pre-matriculating medical students. The HCOP: National Academies is a partnership between UCSD SOM with San Diego State University Pre-College Institute and Scripps San Diego Border Area Health Education Center.
Under general direction of the Principal Investigator and Project Director, the Evaluation Coordinator will work with the Evaluation Specialist to manage all activities related to the program evaluation of the Hispanic Center of Excellence (HCOE) and the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP): National Academies, which are funded by the Health and Resource Services Administration of the U.S. Health and Human Services Administration.
The incumbent is responsible for documenting and reporting outcomes, conducting and reporting on process and outcomes evaluation, managing program evaluation activities, and researching potential solutions to problems as needed to ensure all evaluation and scientific activities are met per contracts and funding. In addition, incumbent is responsible for training and work direction for evaluation interns and volunteers. Specific evaluation management activities include, developing evaluation plans, recommending appropriate field measures, managing data collection, tracking of students, analysis and reporting. The incumbent makes methodological recommendations to PI, Project Director and Evaluation Specialist. collaborating partners for current and future research initiatives, prepares manuscripts for publications, and assists in the development of grant proposals. The incumbent is expected to engage and contribute in complex evaluation projects.
Theoretical knowledge in evaluation and research methodologies, as typically attained by a Bachelor's degree in a related science (Education, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, etc.); or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Theoretical knowledge and equivalent experience in research methods and quantitative/qualitative data analysis.
Demonstrated experience implementing methodological approaches for evaluation.
Proven experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation.
Experience in delivering presentations and trainings to diverse audiences including health professionals, educators, policymakers, ethnic/cultural groups.
Excellent professional writing, speaking and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated experience working with low-income, minority, and medically-undeserved populations.
Strong experience performing statistical data analysis using statistical software packages, such as SPSS.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Microsoft Manager, Publisher, and EndNote.
- Four (4) years of professional research and/or evaluation experience.
- Advanced degree (Master's or Doctorate) in related science (Education, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, etc.)
- Experience writing publishable scientific manuscripts and research proposals.
- Leadership and management skills.
- Experience developing methodological approaches for evaluation.
- State and federal contract management, procurement and compliance knowledge.
- Employment is subject to a criminal background check.
- Willing to work at on and off-site locations.
- Willing to work evenings and weekends as necessary.
- Must have access to reliable transportation.
Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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