This is a Contract position with a 3 year end date
Location: San Francisco, California
The Program Manager uses skills as a seasoned, experienced professional with a full understanding of necessary project management skills, developing, presenting, and disseminating written and other forms of information to the applicable quality improvement and research team. The individual demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques to identify and address challenges and proposes solutions. Utilizes strong writing, communication, and organizational skills to engage stakeholders in program deliverables, to track and adhere to the program timelines, and to communicate with both the project team and if appropriate to the funder.
The UCSF Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) has multiple quality improvement and research initiatives that support the University and the Department's vision of exploring better health for vulnerable patient populations. This position will support two externally funded quality improvement projects through the projects' lifecycle: Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center Emergency Department Alternatives to Opioid (ZSFG ED-ALT) program and the Project FRIEND Connect program. ZSFG ED-ALT is a program with goals to improve the use of non-opioid alternatives for pain control in the ZSFG emergency department. ZSFG ED-ALT also connects ED patients with opioid use disorder to appropriate treatment and care. Project FRIEND Connect promotes ongoing linkage of outpatients with opioid use disorder to care via provision of patient navigation and contingency management. Both programs have overarching goals of decreasing the impact of opioid use on the wider SF community.
With oversight from the quality improvement and research team, the Program Manager will assist with administrative tasks including IRB submissions, scheduling, materials development and preparation, research and program planning, monitoring, data collection oversight and quality assurance, and drafting reports to sponsors. The incumbent may at times assist with data gathering, generation, interpretation and synthesis; disseminating findings including through writing reports and manuscripts, public speaking, and presenting results including in local public forums and national meetings; and developing and maintaining strong professional partnerships with the internal research team, site administrators, external partners and funders. The Program Manager attends program-related meetings, takes and disseminates notes, arranges meeting logistics, and tracks due dates and project milestones.
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