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            Employment Opportunities Bulletin
 Monday, February 27, 2012
  The Employment Opportunities Bulletin (EOB) is updated each Monday and reflects the previous week's
  newly opened positions. The EOB is sent via email to local Employment Development Department offices,
  college/university placement offices and many community based organizations.


Employment Procedure
  UCSF utilizes an online process for those interested in applying for open positions with the University.
  You must apply online to be considered for an open position. Once you complete the online application
  process, you will receive an email confirming that your submission has been received.

  Submitting your resume to UCSF opens the door to many immediate and ongoing job opportunities.
  Your resume will remain active in our applicant database and you will be able to update it as needed.


How to Submit Your Resume
  Submit your resume to UCSF Human Resources website:

     http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/jobs/

  An applicant can apply online from any computer with Internet access. An email address is required for
  applicants to submit their resumes.



Qualification Matches and Hiring
  If it is determined that there is a match between your qualifications and the openings you apply for, your
  resume will be referred to the hiring department(s). In addition, your resume may be referred to other
  positions during the six months it is active in our database.

  Hiring departments will schedule interviews for competitive applicants after they have reviewed resumes. If
  selected as a competitive candidate, you will be contacted directly if they wish to meet with you. We
  encourage you to continue to apply for specific positions during this period.

  Due to the large volume of resumes we receive, we are unable to give information regarding the status of
  specific jobs. Thank you for your interest in the University of California, San Francisco.




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Benefit Information
  UCSF provides exceptional benefits in addition to the special intellectual and cultural advantages of being a
  member of the UC Community. The University offers outstanding health and welfare benefits and programs
  for secure retirement that are considered to be among the finest in higher education. For detailed
  information on the benefits available to employees please access:

  UCSF Benefits
  http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/benefits/

Policies
  In accordance, with applicable State and Federal laws and University policy, the University of California, San Francisco
  does not discriminate against any person employed, or seeking employment, in any of its policies, procedures, or practices,
  on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
  pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer-related, as defined in Section 12926 of the California
  Government Code), status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran, or, within the limits imposed by law or
  University regulations, because of age or citizenship. In conformance with applicable law and University policy, the
  University of California, San Francisco, is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Inquiries regarding UCSF’s
  equal opportunity policies can be directed to the Director, Affirmative Action. Equal Opportunity at 415/476-4752.

  UCSF employees may be required to comply with health screening and vaccination requirements. Additional information
  can be found at:
  http://www.occupationalhealthprogram.ucsf.edu/Forms/UCSF_Communicable_Disease_Surveillance_Vaccination_Policy_FI
  NAL.pdf

  Under Federal law, The University of California may employ only individuals who are legally able to work in the United
  States as established by providing documents specified in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. For positions
  designated in the Systemwide Title and Pay Plan as non-exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and which are not
  represented by an exclusive bargaining agent, any overtime is compensated by cash or by compensatory time at the
  University’s option.




 Notice of the UCSF Annual Campus Security and Personal Safety Report
 In compliance with the federally mandated Jeanne Clery Act, UCSF provides an annual security report which
 includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain
 off-campus buildings owned or controlled by the University; and on public property within, or immediately
 adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This report also includes institutional policies concerning
 campus security; such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes,
 sexual assault and other matters. For more information or to download the UCSF Annual Security Report,
 please go to: https://saa.ucsf.edu/sites/saa.ucsf.edu/files/Clery%20Booklet%202009.pdf.




Privacy Notice
  The State of California Information Practices Act of 1977 (effective 1978) requires the University of
  California to provide the following information to individuals asked to supply information about themselves:

  The principal purpose for requesting information on this Employment Application is for evaluating
  qualifications for employment. University policy and State and Federal Statues, which are available in the
  UCSF Human Resources Office, authorize the maintenance of this information. Information furnished on
  this form may be used by various University departments for personnel administration and will be
  transmitted to the Federal and State governments if required by law.

  Furnishing this information is mandatory. Failure to provide information will prevent evaluation of your
  qualifications for employment. Furnishing sex, ethnicity, veteran status and disability status on the
  application data sheet is voluntary; there is no penalty for not giving this information. However, if you do not
  identify your ethnicity and sex, a Human Resource Office employee may record a visual identification.

  The Director of the UCSF Human Resources Office is responsible for maintaining information supplied on
  these forms.



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                                         Administrative Support

_____ASSISTANT III
  37216BR          University Development and Alumni Relations
     Job Summary
     The UCSF Foundation and the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) are
     responsible for fostering and strengthening the campus outreach efforts to UCSF constituents and for
     garnering private support for the campus. In raising private support, UDAR identifies, qualifies, solicits
     and stewards donors for the schools, medical centers, departments and programs on campus; for formal
     acceptance and administration of all private gifts to the university through The Regents or the UCSF
     Foundation; and for managing all alumni relations activities, campus support group activities and campus
     events. The UDAR office staffs the UCSF Foundation. The office is also responsible for the design and
     implementation of fundraising campaigns for UCSF. The Development Assistant provides both clerical
     support and independent coordination of projects within the Health Sciences/Medical Development unit.
     This position requires working with confidential donor and personnel information and the incumbent is
     expected to maintain confidentiality. As campus priorities and staffing requirements change, the specific
     initiatives for which the incumbent provides support may change. Perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     High school graduation and four years of related administrative experience; or an equivalent combination
     of education and experience; experience in calendaring and scheduling using MS Outlook; demonstrated
     competency with Microsoft Word, Excel PowerPoint and database management; ability to work
     independently to meet required deadlines; ability to follow through and complete verbal and written
     protocols and or directions; excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to facilitate
     professional and effective communication; reliable and demonstrated good attendance; systematic and
     organized; adept at multi-tasking, prioritizing work, and managing time; excellent PC skills in Word,
     PowerPoint, Excel, and File Manager; basic ability to understand databases, Microsoft Access;
     understanding and ability to pull reports from donor data base – BSR Advance; professional
     communication skills (verbal and written); solid knowledge of grammar and ability to proofread; basic
     skills in document design; ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality; ability to work and negotiate
     with other departments to complete projects in a timely manner; punctuality and attendance; handles job-
     related pressure; ability to work well with others; responsiveness/flexibility; reliability/dependability;
     requires bending, squatting, climbing stairs, climbing ladders, reaching up to shoulder height;
     pushing/pulling up to 0-30 pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist
     twisting, kneeling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation;
     repetitive movements of upper and lower extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; loud noises;
     differentiate color; use protective equipment. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check
     required.</b>
  37217BR          Medicine GI
     Job Summary
     The Clinical Research Coordinator I will join the GI Division and responsibilities will include
     coordination of clinical research studies related to NIH NASH CRN and pharmaceutical protocols
     pertaining to liver disease and viral hepatitis. The incumbent’s duties will include enrollment of study
     subjects, administering questionnaires, gathering lab results, follow-up histories, abstracting patient
     records, safe handling of specimens, collecting, processing, storing, and freezer maintenance of serum
     samples, data entry, development of CHR protocols and management of approvals, maintenance of case
     report forms; development of clinical study budgets, providing C&G manager with data for invoicing
     sponsor, coordinate mailings, provide assistance and perform other duties as needed.
     Requirements
     High school graduation and four years of related administrative experience; or an equivalent combination
     of education and experience; experience interacting with patients in a clinical environment; experience

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     managing a centralized NIH clinical research network (CRN); previous clinical trial experience including
     preparation of CHR applications and Informed Consent Forms (ICFs) ; excellent written, verbal and
     organizational skills; ability to work with minimal supervision; ability to work effectively on multiple
     projects with competing deadlines; demonstrated ability to handle confidential and sensitive information
     with patients and others appropriately; demonstrated positive interpersonal skills and problem solving
     abilities; Macintosh and/or PC computer experience, Excel, MS Word, database, statistical programs; the
     ability to read and write English. Physical Demands: requires bending, squatting, climbing stairs,
     reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds; sitting, standing, walking, waist
     twisting, kneeling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation;
     repetitive movements of upper extremities; may be exposed to latex, loud noises; differentiate color.
     <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

                       Administrative Support|Research and Scientific

ANALYST II
  37228BR          Radiology & Biomedical Imagingt
     Job Summary
     The incumbent will be the primary point of contact for administrative activities at UCSF’s Radiology
     Outcomes Research Laboratory (RORL). Primary duties of the Study Coordinator include working with
     participating research institutions and subcontract sites (for all projects funded through the RORL);
     working with Pre and Post reward analysts on budgets, meeting accounts, and other related department
     accounts; provide day-to-day operational and administrative support to the RORL. S/he will be
     responsible for drafting and maintaining federal and institutional regulatory documents, and copy editing
     grant proposals and manuscripts for multiple projects within the lab; will set up and coordinate lab
     meetings and study related conferences and meetings and maintain excellent working relationships with
     stakeholdersand perform other duties as assigned. Perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS with a major in a related field and two years of experience in administrative analysis or operations
     research or public policy in a research intensive environment or experience in managing, directing the
     work of others, program administration, large scale project planning and implementation or an equivalent
     combination of education and experience; excellent organizational skills; ability to work independently
     and prioritize; and to handle multiple tasks with competing priorities; experience in planning and running
     day-to-day operations for a research center or its equivalent, and leading/facilitating weekly staff meetings
     and collaborator meetings; excellent computer skills: demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Word,
     Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Pro, and EndNote, as wells as Content Management Systems for website
     development; experience in working collaboratively with multiple academic institutions is critical; ability
     to function independently, as well as the ability to judge when, where and how to seek the highest level of
     research, policy and technical guidance and advise as necessary; exceptional organizational skills and
     ability to work independently and take directions when asked; demonstrates quality and productivity in the
     implementation of research and is compliant with the applicable regulatory requirements of focused
     research projects; and appropriate scientific skills as required by individual study protocols following
     institutional policies and procedures for research conduct; solid knowledge of HIPAA regulations and
     certified in Human Participants Protection; ability to skillfully interact with a broad range of academic
     faculty, trainees, health care advocates and stakeholders, program managers, staff researchers,
     programmers and data managers, and administrative staff; prove and excellent research and
     administrative project management, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; clear, concise
     and courteous verbal and written communications; demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple work
     assignments and meet strict deadlines; attention to detail; understanding of budget guidelines from
     funding agencies; budget justifications and use of funds; requires bending, squatting, climbing stairs,
     reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting,
     standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling, crawling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping,
     fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower extremities; loud noises; use
     protective equipment. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

                            Administrative Support|Support Services

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ANALYST II
  37186BR          Programs & Services
     Job Summary
     Under general supervision by the Executive Administration Manager for Programs & Services (P&S), this
     position provides analytical support for a comprehensive organization made up of four business units,
     including Fitness & Recreation at UCSF, Family Services, Arts & Events and Millberry Union Event &
     Meeting Center, which provide member and guest services and programs, arts and performance events,
     and meeting and event space to the campus community. Primary responsibilities include general support
     including but not limited to, project management; preparation of correspondence/reports/presentations;
     plan, schedule and facilitation of department and unit meetings; arrangement of approved travel; manage
     and maintain Administration office inventory; oversee inventory and set up of all P&S communication
     systems (desk phones, cell phones, laptops, etc.); provide analytical review and recommendations for
     various department projects; communicate department messages and updates; and perform other duties as
     assigned.
     Requirements
     Organizational and communication skills: Effective organizational and communication strategies in
     dealing with multiple levels of the organization and customers. Business process analysis and
     documentation skills: able to understand and document business processes to evaluate and correct
     efficiency and quality problems. Proposal Development Skills: Production of annual and long-term
     proposals. Some experience in trends and operations. Meeting management and facilitation skills:
     efficient and effective facilitation of meetings, workshops, training seminars and focus groups.
     Presentation Skills: Using methods and techniques to prepare and deliver information to people from all
     parts of campus and the business community to support P&S mission on campus. Technical skills: subject
     matter expert in the use of the following software: MS Office Suite, FileMaker Pro, Outlook,
     SurveyMonkey, Adobe Indesign, CSI, Counterpoint. Proficient with Macs. Project Management Skills:
     experience in management of special projects with ability to provide regular status updates written and
     oral. Accountability and Decision Making: work is reviewed for accuracy and completeness. Decisions
     contribute to the completion of projects and goals. Ability to work under General Supervision. Data
     Gathering: determines and locates sources for collecting information where considerable data gathering is
     required from distinct sources. Clear and concise communication skills. Project management experience
     and ability to organize business processes. 2-3 years experience in detailed administrative and analytical
     functions and BA/BS or equivalent combination of education and experience. Note: Fingerprinting and
     background check required.

                                                Allied Health

____ASSISTANT, HOSPITAL II
  37224BR          CTSI
     Job Summary
     The Hospital Assistant II assists the health care team in meeting patient care needs in accordance with
     UCSF standards and departmental scope of service. The HA II carries out patient support responsibilities
     with an emphasis on unit maintenance activities. All patient care team members act to meet patient needs
     and learn new skills to achieve quality patient care and customer service. In addition, the HA II provides
     and assists with human biohazard product collection and processing; phlebotomy, preparation and
     cleaning of patient rooms, procedure areas, clean and dirty utility rooms, nursing and patient lounge areas;
     restocking clinic and inpatient areas with supplies; and performing any other duties within the non-
     licensed scope of practice. This position specifically supports data collection for NIH-funded clinical
     research protocols at the Tenderloin Clinical Research Center (TCRC) and San Francisco General
     Hospital & Trauma Center Unit 5B (SFGH 5B), CTSI/CRS research sites that provide phlebotomy, sample
     processing of specimens, and interaction with a diverse research populations. The incumbent will also
     enter data from other CTSI/CRS sites into the FreezerWorks and WebCamp systems. In addition, the
     incumbent may rotate to different CTSI sites to provide support on high census days or to cover vacation
     and sick calls; will also perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     High School graduation and two years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and
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     experience; must be comfortable with communicating easily about sensitive research issues related to HIV-
     seropositivity, and must have the ability to balance sensitivity to the participant with the need to obtain
     valid data; must have the skills and experience to successfully complete blood draws with a population
     with high rates of mental illness, substance use, histories of ill health and injection drug use; requires a
     strict adherence to protocols and safety guidelines, with an emphasis on organizational skills and
     meticulous attention to detail. In addition, the incumbent must possess a warm and nonjudgmental
     manner, and consistently demonstrate interpersonal tact, discretion, and sensitivity; requires timely data
     entry of all processing related information from the Laboratory reference forms; CRO Requisitions and
     shipping airbills into the sample processing Laboratory information management system Database; this
     information contains PHI so all necessary precautions must be in place; phlebotomy certification; requires
     bending, squatting, climbing stairs, climbing ladders, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up
     to 60 pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling;
     carrying/lifting 0-60 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of
     upper and lower extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue,
     and radiological materials; latex, dust, fumes or gases; loud noises; differentiate color; use protective
     equipment. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

                            Financial|Professional and Managerial

ANALYST I
  37204BR          Med-SFGH-DGIM
     Job Summary
     The Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) is
     recruiting for the position of Division Operations Analyst & Fellowship Coordinator. DGIM has three
     main centers of activity: providing medical care at the General Medicine Outpatient Clinic (GMC);
     teaching UCSF medical students, fellows, and residents; and research focused on generating new
     knowledge and policy to improve the care of vulnerable populations and the underserved. As a Division
     Analyst, the employee will provide financial analysis and operations support to DGIM, under the
     supervision of the Division Administrator (DA). The analyst will provide support in the financial
     management of the fellowship training grants, create and maintain databases, monitor faculty
     discretionary accounts and prepare monthly reports. The analyst will support general operations of the
     Division in the areas of communications, information technology, facilities, emergency planning and
     response, and event planning. As the Primary Care Research Fellowship Coordinator, the employee
     manages a range of responsibilities under the direction of the Fellowship Program Director and the DA.
     Duties include independent coordination of the recruitment and appointment process for fellows;
     management of day to day operations of the fellowship, including collaboration between the GME,
     Benefits, Stipend Desk, IT, and Department of Medicine; coordination of the weekly works-in-progress
     meetings and fellowship seminars. The employee is responsible for serving as liaison with the fellows
     (approximately 7 per year) and their clinical sites and their coursework. He/she is responsible for record-
     keeping for the fellowship, including tracking the progress of current fellows and fellowship alumni in
     order to provide data for progress reports and grants. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining
     fellowship communications, including keeping the fellowship website up to date; will also perform other
     duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS and one year of experience in administrative analysis or operations; or an equivalent combination
     of education and experience; proven superior analytical, interpersonal, communication (verbal and
     written), organizational, and problem-solving skills, with excellent attention to detail; ability to analyze
     complex and non-routine issues requiring innovative solutions; demonstrated good judgment in handling
     sensitive issues; experience developing and managing budgets, including projecting expenses and
     recognizing and preventing potential budget problems; demonstrated experience tracking and managing
     projects from inception to completion; excellent computer skills required for the creation of
     databases/Excel files for managing administrative and financial systems; proficient in Outlook, Word and
     PowerPoint; experience with Dreamweaver and HTML for web editing and maintenance; Wiki
     development experience; ability to write program materials that are clear and concise; ability to quickly
     edit documents for accuracy, grammar, and spelling; ability to operate effectively in a changing
     organizational and technological environment; experience scheduling and organizing all aspects of

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     meetings and group events; Demonstrated ability to work independently; demonstrated excellent
     attendance.

ANALYST III
  37225BR          Neurological Surgery
     Job Summary
     The Research Services Analyst will be responsible for providing a wide spectrum of pre- and post-award
     research administrative services for the Neuro-Oncology Services within the Dept. of Neurological
     Surgery. The incumbent will serve as the single point of contact for fiscal administration and ensure that
     the Neuro-Oncology Service is provided quality, efficient, responsive, and responsible management of
     research administrative services that support brain tumor research within the department. Responsibilities
     include independently managing, multiple complex funding instruments, such as large, industry and NIH
     supported clinical trials, multi-year consortium projects, government grants and contracts, and other
     private fund sources. This individual will serve as the primary resource to the Neuro-Oncology Service
     faculty and support staff with the preparation and completion of requests for funding from industry,
     federal, state and other funding entities. Incumbent will research, interpret, clarify and apply all
     applicable departmental, UC and agency policies and regulations; manage and monitor finances of all
     research accounts for the Neuro-Oncology Service and initiate and/or supervise all necessary accounting
     transactions to maintain account integrity. Incumbent will provide the highest customer service to faculty
     and support staff; serve as a mentor to other department RSAs who manage smaller, NIH and industry
     sponsored clinical trials and will perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS with a major in a related field and three years of experience in administrative analysis or
     operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated skill in pre-
     and post-award research administration functions; basic knowledge of industry contract negations, human
     subject/animal care view procedures and corporate sponsored research; basic knowledge of clinical
     research administration; familiarity with gift administration; demonstrated financial management skills;
     strong knowledge of research administration policies and procedures; ability to interpret and apply policies
     and regulations (e.g., indirect costs, federal cost principles, contract and grant policies, agency guidelines,
     etc.); ability to analyze complex and non-routine issues requiring innovative solutions: ability to operate
     effectively in a changing organizational and technological environment; ability to assess and respond to
     audit risk; computer proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets functions, e-mail and working
     knowledge of the WWW; requires sitting, standing, walking, squatting, bending, waist twisting, kneeling,
     climbing stairs, reaching should/below heights, lifting/ carrying 21-30 pounds, pushing/ pulling 21-30
     pounds, fine finger manipulation, gross manipulation, simple grasp, repetitive hand/arm use may be
     expose to dust, fumes, or gases,latex, chemical or toxic substance, ability to differentials color, verbal
     communication <b> Note: This position is critical requires background check and fingerprinting. </b>

 Human Resources|Information Technology|Professional and Managerial

ANALYST I
  37215BR          Surgery
     Job Summary
     Under the direction of the Chief Administrative Officer, this position will serve as the operational liaison
     and coordinator between the department and the Operational Excellence shared Service Centers. As work
     transitions into the Operational Excellence Service Centers for Human Resources, Pre-Award, and
     Information Technology, it is necessary for the department to maintain a coordinator position that will
     assist in serving as the departmental resource for related operational work remaining a departmental
     responsibility. Initially, this position will focus on coordinating and facilitating the Human Resources
     functions as the department goes live into the Service Center. In this capacity, the position will serve as
     the operational liaison and facilitator between the department and our assigned Operational Excellence
     HR Service Center regarding academic, post-doctoral, and staff personnel transactions. He/she will serve
     as the central coordinator for transactional processes related to the department’s Human Resources needs
     and obligations; will insure that the review and authorization requirements of the department are met;
     provide background information to the CAO, CFOO, and Chair of requested personnel actions requested
     by faculty, and/or Division Administrators; will provide first line analysis of requests,facilitate the receipt
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     of appropriate documentation and departmental approvals and submission of actions to designated Service
     Centers; and serve as the point of contact on communications, maintain departmental records, and provide
     related support as assigned.
     Requirements
     Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; and one year of experience in administrative
     analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience;related
     experience; experience working in a large institution understanding academic and staff human resources;
     operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience working in an
     academic environment working with faculty, non-faculty academics, etc.; must be highly organized and
     able to maintain up-to-date data files on large number of transactions in real time; knowledge and
     familiarity with academic and staff personnel policy; superb verbal and written communication skills;
     excellent MS Office experience with MS Word, Excel and Power Point; ability to develop, update,
     maintain and run ad hoc reports in Excel; demonstrated excellent attention to detail and accuracy, multi-
     tasking and prioritizing skills; demonstrated project management, developing and setting timelines and
     meeting strict guidelines. <b> Note: This position is critical requires background check and
     fingerprinting.</b>.

                  Information Technology|Professional and Managerial

ANALYST VI
  37172BR          Information Technology Services
     Job Summary
     The ITS Business Analyst/Project Manager reports to the ITS Deputy Director of Project & Product
     Management. The BA/PM will be involved in evaluating, planning, development, and the analysis of
     business solutions for the School of Medicine and other UCSF clients. It is the responsibility of the
     BA/PM to ensure business/technical solutions meet all end user requirements. This requires collaboration
     with other teams within and outside of ITS including the application development team and Operations
     team, as well as with UCSF clients outside of ITS. This role requires the analyst to possess a solid
     technical understanding and appreciation of how technology contributes to driving business value at
     UCSF. The BA/PM will be engaged in the campus wide, multi-phase, cross department implementation of
     the new Service Management Solution (ServiceNow) at UCSF supporting the Operational Excellence
     Program supervised by the ITSM Product Manager. The incumbent will be responsible for the
     requirements, coordination, scoping, client training and executed delivery. The BA/PM must:
     •Synthesize complex or diverse information; •Generate creative solutions; •Identify and resolves problems
     in a timely manner; •Gather and analyzes information skillfully; •Develop alternative solutions; •Work
     well in both group and individual problem solving situations. •Look for ways to improve and promote
     quality; •Respond promptly to customer needs; •Solicit customer feedback to improve service; •Respond
     to requests for service and assistance.
     Requirements
     •3+ years managing projects leveraging the project lifecycle process, including initiation, requirements
     gathering, analysis and design, development tools and technologies, release and version control. PMP
     certification or equivalent experience. •5+ years experience implementing ITSM Service Solutions
     (Remedy, ServiceNow) including Incident, Change, Asset, CMDB, and Request Management •5+ years
     practical experience with IT Service Management and ITIL best practices. Foundations Certification is
     preferred. •3+ years working successfully in IT Services in a University, Research and/or Healthcare
     Industry. •3+ years operations experience on a Change Review Board, Incident Management, QA Testing
     or IT Operations. •Proven project experience successfully managing multiphase, highly matrixed,
     enterprise level IT initiatives. •Highly organized and thorough, with an ability to facilitate
     communication and scheduling among different levels of staff. •Strong leadership and development skills
     needed. •Able to prioritize effectively according to department needs and ability to organize a large
     number of changing variables. •Strong communication, writing and inter-personal abilities, including
     skills such as attitude, diplomacy and persuasiveness, analytical ability, strong judgment and managerial
     skills. Previous supervisory experience. •Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business
     Administration, Engineering, or related discipline with an information technology focus. •6+ years
     experience of progressive broad-based information systems business analysis and project management,
     with strong Software development methodology background. •3+ Years proven experience managing

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     Development Projects from Scoping, Requirements, Budgeting, through successful Implementation. •3+
     Years experience with Business Analysis, UML Modeling, Process Flow and Mapping •Expert user of MS
     Office suite including advanced tools such as MS Project, PowerPoint, and Visio. •Prior academic and/or
     healthcare experience or equivalent. •Experience working in a SAAS platform technical environment,
     specifically Salesforce or ServiceNow •Matrix organization experience. Note: Fingerprinting and
     background check required.

                                   Professional and Managerial

ANALYST IV-SUPV
  37213BR          Osher Center
     Job Summary
     This position serves as Project Director for an NIMH-funded randomized intervention study exploring the
     role of emotion regulation skills in adjustment to positive HIV status. This is a multi-site study involving
     repeated participant sessions over several years. The incumbent is responsible for managing overall
     operations of the study and must have an in-depth understanding of qualitative and quantitative
     methodologies, research techniques and specialized software for data collection and analysis. The
     incumbent will be responsible for: implementing recruitment at 2 sites in the Bay Area and data collection
     at 3 Clinical Research Centers (CRCs) in the Bay Area; developing and overseeing maintenance of project
     procedures such as a web-based data base for tracking study recruitment and data collection; supervising a
     4-person field staff and one 50% administrative staff person, including recruitment, hiring, training,
     scheduling, assigning and evaluating work performance; writing and managing IRB/CHR applications for
     three IRB sites; conducting intensive quality assurance protocols; aiding in development of qualitative
     measures, conducting qualitative analysis (coding and theme analysis), assisting in quantitative analysis,
     and co-authoring journal articles with other co-investigators; participate in writing funding renewals,
     consultant agreements; and perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS with a major in behavioral/social science preferred or a related field and four years of experience in
     administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
     experience managing/supervising field staff; possess excellent organizational and managerial skills, and
     have the ability to foresee and address potential obstacles to the successful completion of the study;
     demonstrated proficiency in writing journal-quality research papers and have published in peer-reviewed
     journals; skilled at establishing productive working relationships with multi-disciplinary teams; ability to
     create and maintain relational databases to monitor study progress, track study finances and data
     collection (quantitative and qualitative datasets); familiarity with qualitative analysis software and
     questionnaire development software; ability to program, use and maintain QDS Software (Computer-
     Assisted Personal Interviewing CAPI) for conducting field interviews directly onto the computer;
     knowledge and experience implementing and training others in interviewing techniques and other
     research methodologies; development of tools such as interview guides; conducting detailed quality
     assurance methodologies for field interviews; understanding of the theoretical application of qualitative
     theory to applied research; competency using qualitative analysis software; experience coding and
     conducting theme analysis; In addition, professional writing skills are necessary for co-authoring journal
     articles; extensive understanding of the theoretical basis of the study and knowledge of the medical and
     psychological literature in the field of coping, emotion, and adjustment; experience managing, cleaning,
     and interpreting quantitative data; expertise in Human Subjects Protection regulations including Federal
     HIPAA regulations, CHR and IRB policies and regulations. Physical Demands: requires bending,
     squatting, climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds; sitting,
     standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross
     finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper extremities; differentiate color. <b>Note:
     Physical/health screening, fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

FUNDRAISER IV
  37160BR          Development and Alumni Relations
     Job Summary
     The UCSF Foundation and the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) are
     responsible for fostering and strengthening the campus outreach efforts to UCSF constituents and for
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     garnering private support for the campus. In raising private support, UDAR identifies, qualifies, solicits
     and stewards donors for the schools, medical centers, departments and programs on campus; for formal
     acceptance and administration of all private gifts to the university through The Regents or the UCSF
     Foundation; and for managing all alumni relations activities, campus support group activities and campus
     events. The UDAR office staffs the UCSF Foundation. The office is also responsible for the design and
     implementation of fundraising campaigns for UCSF. The Director of Development for Urologic Cancer
     occupies a key position in UCSF’s development and alumni relations program and in the Helen Diller
     Family Comprehensive Cancer Center (HDFCCC). The Director is the chief fundraising officer for
     Urologic Cancer programs and units, and is responsible for managing a comprehensive development
     program to garner private gifts from key constituents that address the funding priorities and objectives
     determined in conjunction with key faculty and leadership and perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     The applicant must have a college degree and at least seven (7) to ten (10) years of experience in
     development, with preference for fundraising experience in academic medicine; the Director must have
     extensive knowledge of the fundraising process and professional code of conduct; a full understanding of
     the methods of giving is also required; the incumbent is required to understand the University’s
     procedures, rules and policies on soliciting and accepting gifts; these include but are not limited to a
     formal clearance process before soliciting major prospects; policies on endowment funding; and rules
     regarding naming space in recognition of private gifts; expertise and credibility to serve as an advisor to
     the Deans, Chairs, program leadership, and seasoned development officers; a superior track record of
     working with principal level donors and scientific leaders, be exceptionally organized and have excellent
     oral and written communication skills; work collaboratively with colleagues in the Development Office
     and across campus and to interact at the highest level with donors, volunteers and faculty leaders; ability
     to absorb a wide range of medical, clinical and academic research issues for the programs involved, and be
     able to translate those issues into language and concepts that can inspire and motivate lay constituencies;
     <b> Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

                 Professional and Managerial|Research and Scientific

STATISTICIAN
  37214BR          Med/SFGH - Pulmonary
     Job Summary
     The Statistician will manage and analyze data for several ongoing studies evaluating new tools for
     diagnosing Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV-associated pulmonary infections, and assist with
     preparing the data for presentation/publication. The incumbent will also generate regular reports on the
     state of each study’s data, assist with maintaining CHR approval, and coordinate data cleaning and
     updating activities with team members of the various projects. As most of the studies are internationally
     based, the incumbent will regularly interact with an international team of project collaborators.
     Requirements
     Graduation from college with a major in statistics or a related field and two years of professional statistical
     experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; skills, knowledge and abilities
     essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position; Knowledge of several
     statistical programs including STATA, SQL, MS Access, and MS Excel is required to ensure the accuracy
     of study data, produce relevant datasets for analysis, conduct data analysis, and prepare data for
     publication/presentation. Knowledge of statistical principles is needed to determine the public health
     relevance of diagnostic interventions being evaluated; Knowledge of medical terminology with a focus on
     tuberculosis and/or HIV diagnosis and treatment is needed to work with the many study collaborators;
     Experience working in TB and HIV research; Experience working on international collaborations;
     Experience communicating effectively with colleagues from different cultures in order to facilitate
     research collaborations

                                        Research and Scientific

LABORATORY ASST II
  37222BR          Cell Culture

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     Job Summary
     The Cell Culture Facility produces on site standard and custom media formulations and stock solutions for
     use by UCSF researchers. The Lab Assistant II is expected to assist with all aspects of media production
     and record documentation. This includes preparing or assisting with preparation of chemical solutions,
     buffers, bacteriological and mycoplasma test media. In addition, this position is responsible for stocking
     bottles and supplies in clean rooms, cleaning and autoclaving mixing and dispensing vessels, inventory
     review of chemical supplies and filters, sealing bottles of completed media, product labeling, packing
     product for storage or shipment at proper temperatures (4C or -20C). Standard Operating Procedures
     SOPs must be followed and accurate and detailed records are required for product manufacture, storage
     and shipping. Perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     High school graduation and two years of laboratory experience, or two years of college, including courses
     in the natural, physical or social sciences and one year of laboratory experience; or an equivalent
     combination of education and experience; experience using the Metric System and standard mathematical
     calculations; familiarity with chemical terminology; excellent verbal and written communication skills;
     ability to maintain accurate and detailed records using a variety of databases or laboratory notebooks;
     ability to use the internet as a resource for experimental tasks and perform literature searches; Excel, word
     processing, email are essential tools; ability to read and write in English. The media formulations are
     written protocols and must be followed closely to achieve the required quality; absolute adherence to
     Standard Operating Procedures, and careful work are essential to success; ability to work with metric
     units, use instruments such as a pH meter, scientific balance, stir plate, pipet aid, dispensing pump, filter
     apparatus, and computer; critical thinking and good organizational skills to ensure that supply inventories
     are maintained in accordance to re-orders levels and stocked correctly; ability to work in a team
     environment, accept cross-training assignments, and work cooperatively to ensure daily production
     schedules and shipping deadlines are metl; good record keeping skills, good communication and attention
     to detail are essential; regular predictive attendance is required; requires bending, squatting, climbing
     stairs, climbing ladders, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 0-60 pounds; reaching
     above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling, crawling; carrying/lifting 31-60
     pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower
     extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue, and radiological
     materials; latex; loud noises; differentiate color; use protective equipment; ability to work at non ambient
     temperatures (cold rooms at 4 degrees Centigrade & minus 20 degree Centigrade); requires wearing
     personal protective clothing, including face masks, gowns, shoe covers, gloves, hair nets and safety
     glasses; ability for follow directions and work safely. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check
     required.</b>

STAFF RESEARCH ASSOC I
  37170BR          Surgery, Adult C/T
     Job Summary
     Under direct supervision, this SRA I position will be the lab’s “Operating Room Technician.” The SRA I
     will be trained to perform the specified duties and responsibilities. The incumbent will be responsible for
     being contacted by the Thoracic Operating Room, traveling to the Parnassus campus, retrieving surgically
     resected tissue from consented patients, properly preserving this tissue, processing blood samples, and
     banking tissue/blood. The position would also involve updating the Thoracic Oncology Database to reflect
     current patient clinical information. The SRA would also assist clinical studies coordinators and Thoracic
     Oncology nurses to obtain research consents. Perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and knowledge of, or experience with the basic techniques or methods required
     by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; good organizational skills,
     punctuality, strong work ethic and record of reliability; excellent communication skills (written and
     verbal); good working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, MS Outlook, and database programs; strong
     interpersonal skills, especially when collaborating with other staff, researchers, research technicians and
     other medical professionals including nurses, doctors and paramedics; requires bending, squatting,
     climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20-30 pounds; reaching above
     shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling; carrying/lifting 20-30 pounds;
     gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower extremities;
     tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue, and radiological materials may be exposed to chemical agents;
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     latex, dust, fumes or gases; loud noises; differentiate color; use protective equipment.<b> Note: This
     position is critical requires background check and fingerprinting.</b>
  37219BR          Neurology
     Job Summary
     The candidate will be analyzing the function of proteins involved in neurotransmitter release. The
     purpose is to understand how they influence the properties of release, how they are regulated, and how
     they influence human neuropsychiatric disease. In addition, the candidate will help to manage the lab,
     including the maintenance of key solutions and transformation-competent bacteria, ordering supplies,
     sending out reagents, equipment repair, mouse genotyping and maintaining lab inventories. Perform
     other duties as required.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in cell biology, neuroscience or a closely related science and knowledge of, or experience with, the
     basic techniques or methods required by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and
     experience; cell culture, transfection, western analysis and immunofluorescence; mouse genotyping;
     coursework in organic chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology and neurobiology. Requires bending,
     squatting, climbing stairs, climbing ladders, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 60
     pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling, crawling;
     carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of
     upper and lower extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; latex, dust, fumes or gases; loud noises;
     differentiate color; use protective equipment. Fingerprinting and background check required. Current
     California drivers license required.
  37242BR          Medicine-ID
     Job Summary
     We study how Bartonella (the cat scratch disease bacterium) is able to persist in the normally sterile
     human blood stream for months or years. Under direct supervision, the person in this position will
     perform experiments to investigate the mechanisms utilized by Bartonella; perform tissue culture and
     molecular biology experiments, including maintenance of bacterial cultures, mammalian cell lines,
     radiolabelling and processing of clinical specimens for diagnosis; perform agarose gel electrophoresis,
     DNA extraction, DNA cloning, DNA template preparation and quantitation for sequencing, Western
     blotting and general lab maintenance; assist with various procedures relating to immunizing, injecting,
     bleeding and harvesting samples from various laboratory animals (mice/rats) may be required; training
     will be provided; will sometimes require weekend work; incumbent will also perform other duties as
     assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and knowledge of, or experience with, basic techniques/methods required by
     the position, or equivalent combination of education/experience; class work in cell biology, microbiology
     or molecular biology is required; background experience in PCR, gel electrophoresis, DNA cloning;
     excellent sterile technique, and ability to operate standard laboratory equipment; ability to learn how to
     execute experiments reproducibly and be a fast learner; proven ability to learn complex tasks and
     willingness to assume additional responsibilities; must be organized, dependable, efficient and able to
     work/communicate well with a large number of researchers; must be willing to learn and operate complex
     instruments including centrifuges, electrophoresis apparatus, spectrophotometers, and Macintosh
     computer. Physical Demands: requires bending, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20
     pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting; carrying/lifting 0-20
     pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper extremities;
     may be exposed to chemical agents; tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue, and radiological materials;
     latex, dust, fumes or gases; loud noises; differentiate color; use protective equipment; operate motor
     vehicle. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>

STAFF RESEARCH ASSOC II
  37163BR          Medicine - Geriatrics
     Job Summary
     “The Epidemiology of Older Adults in the San Francisco City and County Jail” is a 3 year, multi-site
     clinical research study investigating the relationship between short term incarceration and the health,
     cognitive and functional status of older adults. The incumbent will be responsible for conducting
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     interviews comprised of survey and qualitative interview sections with older Spanish-speaking inmates in
     the San Francisco County Jail. The primary topics of study are: determining the health status and
     healthcare utilization habits of older jail inmates as well as socioeconomic and demographic factors that
     may contribute to health outcomes. The complexity and sensitivity of this clinical research study
     mandates that the SRA I have prior experience working with vulnerable populations in a research setting.
     Perform other duties as assigned.<b>Note: This position will end 6/30/2012.</b>
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and one or more years of recent, directly related work experience following
     degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required by the position; clinical or operations
     research assistance or an equivalent combination of education and experience in the hard sciences, clinical
     sciences, or social sciences; demonstrated research experience, preferably in prisoner health; experience
     conducting in-person assessments for qualitative and quantitative studies; experience with data collection,
     quality control and monitoring. Attention to detail is required in all aspects of the position; prior
     experience working with vulnerable populations in a research setting. Must be comfortable working in the
     jail environment interviewing research subjects; all interviews will take place within sight of Correctional
     Deputies in jail housing units; ability to travel between work sites and work in a dynamic environment;
     must be fully bilingual in both verbal and written communication in English and Spanish; knowledge and
     experience with word processing and database software, such as SAS, STATA, Microsoft Access, Excel,
     Word and PowerPoint, EndNote; excellent organizational skills and careful attention to details; excellent
     oral and written communication skills; ability to work both independently and as part of a team; ability to
     set priorities, meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously to achieve desired
     goals. Requires bending, squatting, climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to
     20 pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting; carrying/lifting 0-20
     pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower
     extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; differentiate color; use protective equipment. <b>Note:
     Fingerprinting and background check required.</b>
  37169BR          Surgery, Adult Cardiothoracic
     Job Summary
     Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide and the Thoracic Oncology Program is
     poised to conquer it. The Jablons lab at the UCSF Surgery/Cancer Center is looking for an SRA with a
     demonstrated track record of success in producing data from microarray platforms, especially from
     Affymetrix’s GeneTitan system. The incumbent must possess extensive molecular biology experience
     (PCR, DNA-RNA extraction, etc.) and will will work closely with the lung systems genetics project team
     (leader: Il-Jin Kim,M.D., Assistant Adjunct Professor) to do a wide range of microarray and other
     molecular genetics work in order to identify novel therapeutic targets and diagnostic markers in human
     lung cancers and will be the primary technician operating an Affymetrix GeneTitan MC under the
     auspices of a proposed new recharge center. The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Biology or
     related field, established experience with preparing microarray samples specifically for the Affymetrix
     GeneTitan, and a demonstrated capacity to work accurately and learn quickly. Excellent written and oral
     communication skills as well meticulous and well organized lab bench skills are required. Knowledge of
     SNP analysis, epigenetics, expression analysis, and how to perform NCBI nucleic acid searches and
     queries are preferred. Will perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and knowledge of, or experience with basic techniques or methods required by
     the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience plus one or more years of recent,
     directly related work experience following degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required
     by the position; 1+ years of postgraduate experience in a molecular biology laboratory setting; experience
     with Affymetrix GeneTitan MC microarray workflow; familiarity with microarray sample preparation,
     data generation, and data quality control; competence with general molecular biology lab techniques such
     as Sanger sequencing, PCR, RNA/DNA extraction, qPCR; experience working with human blood and
     tissue; very punctual, good organizational skills, strong work ethic; excellent communication skills
     (written and verbal); strong interpersonal skills, especially when collaborating with other staff,
     researchers, research technicians and other medical professionals; good working knowledge of MS Word,
     Excel, MS Outlook, and database programs; HIPAA training and experience with confidential patient
     matters; requires sitting, standing, walking, squatting, bending, waist twisting, kneeling, climbing stairs,
     climbing ladders, reaching shoulder heights, reaching below shoulder height, lifting/pushing 21-30

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     pounds, lifting over head up to 5 lbs over/above waist fine finger manipulation, gross manipulation,
     simple grasp, power grasp, repetitive hand/arm use, may be exposed to loud noise, dust, fumes or gases,
     chemical or toxic substance, latex, ability to differentiate color, verbal communication ; <b> This is a
     critical position requires background check and fingerprinting</b>.
  37221BR          Anesthesia
     Job Summary
     Goals of this project is to learn behavior and predictor’s of Brain Arteriovenous Malformations (BAVM)
     In addition following patient treatments and outcomes, retrieving specimen for various studies is crucial.
     Members of CCR study the biological and pathobiological mechanisms responsible for the formation of
     vascular malformations in the human brain. The incumbent support to the Administrative Nurse II in
     charge of the clinical research program for the Center for Cerebrovascular Research (CCR) on the
     Parnassus Campus, as well as provide support for the Lab Staff at SFGH and will perform other duties as
     assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and one or more years of recent, directly related work experience following
     degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required by the position; or an equivalent
     combination of education and experience;
  37223BR          Medicine/Pulmonary
     Job Summary
     The position will involve processing human and mouse samples obtained from subjects, cell culture and
     mice. The samples will be analyzed using a number of basic science techniques, including 10 color flow
     cytometry, western blot, quantitative PCR, Fluidim PCR, as well as transfection methods. These data will
     be analyzed using statistical software to correlate findings of sample results with clinical data collected on
     each subject. The incumbent will provide interpretation of the results. The position will also involve
     recruiting, screening, enrolling and running study visits for patients with sarcoidosis and controls in order
     to collect the samples to be studied; willingness to learn; will also perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     SRAI: BA/BS in a related science and knowledge of, or experience with, the basic techniques or methods
     required by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; excellent computer
     skills are required for the creation and management of databases/Excel files, and for the development and
     management of financial and administrative systems; excellent organizational, time management,
     administrative, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills; ability to work independently and
     within a team environment; demonstrates critical thinking skills, is able to analyze situations, prioritize,
     and develop solutions; able to manage multiple demands effectively; demonstrates good judgment in
     handling sensitive issues; excellent customer service skills and have the ability to interact with members
     from various levels of an organization. SRA II: In addition to the above, one or more years of recent,
     directly related work experience following degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required
     by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Note: Classification and salary
     will depend on the qualifications of the applicant. Physical Demands: requires bending, squatting,
     climbing stairs, climbing ladders, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 50 pounds;
     reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling; carrying/lifting 31-60
     pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower
     extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue, and radiological
     materials; latex, differentiate color; use protective equipment. <b>Note: Fingerprinting and background
     check required.</b>
  37226BR          Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
     Job Summary
     The OHNS Epstein Lab is looking for an individual to support our cochlear implant research, which
     focuses on examining the effects of electrical stimulation and neurotrophic agents on the survival and
     function of the cochlear spiral ganglion neurons of the inner ear and will perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in a related science and one or more years of recent, directly related work experience following
     degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required by the position; or an equivalent
     combination of education and experience; experience in histological preparation, sectioning, use of light

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     microscope and ultramicrotome;knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, ImageJ, Excel and Word;
     requires sitting, standing, walking, lifting 0-20 pounds. <b> Note: This is a critical position requires
     background check and fingerprinting.</b>
  37229BR          Ophthalmology
     Job Summary
     This position exists to contribute to active research in the lab including understanding the genetic and
     molecular mechanisms of human developmental and age-related diseases through the use of mouse
     models. In addition to participation in bench work, the candidate will be responsible for overseeing all
     aspects of animal husbandry and maintaining an animal-tracking database. Other duties will be to
     perform daily administrative tasks including ordering, managing supplies and general lab organization
     and will perform other duties as assigned.
     Requirements
     SRAI: BA/BS in a related science and knowledge of, or experience with, the basic techniques or methods
     required by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; Mouse colony
     management. Must be efficient and organized with meticulous record keeping skills; lab skills skills
     including PCR, qPCR, westerns and immunohistochemistry, histopathology and microscopy; must have
     strong communication skills, be highly motivated and work well as a team or independently; good
     working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, MS Outlook, and database programs; ability to accurately record
     and compute data, perform simple statistical analysis, and yield basic, graphic data displays and figures;
     ability to learn complex new technologies and techniques; cell and molecular biology experience; requires
     bending, squatting, climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 50 pounds;
     reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, waist twisting, kneeling, crawling;
     carrying/lifting 31-60 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of
     upper and lower extremities; may be exposed to chemical agents; tuberculosis, blood, body fluids or tissue,
     and radiological materials; latex, dust, fumes or gases; loud noises; differentiate color; use protective
     equipment. SRA II: In addition to the above, one or more years of recent, directly related work experience
     following degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods required by the position; or an
     equivalent combination of education and experience. <b>Note: Classification and salary will depend on
     the qualifications of the applicant.</b> <b> Note: This position requires background check and
     fingerprinting.</b>
  37232BR          Institute for Health Policy Studies
     Job Summary
     The goal of this research project is to conduct a study to develop, pilot test, and evaluate an intervention to
     promote healthy beverage intake among young children in child care facilities in San Mateo County. The
     first aim of the study is to conduct interviews with parents, child care staff, and to conduct observations of
     nutrition and physical activity behaviors of children in child care. This information will be used to develop
     the healthy beverage intervention which will be pilot tested in child care centers and family child care
     homes. The Staff Research Associate will be responsible for helping to conduct this study.
     Requirements
     BA/BS in public health, science, or social science field or a related science and one or more years of
     recent, directly related work experience following degree completion, utilizing the techniques or methods
     required by the position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience working
     on other research projects; experience working with child care facilities or schools; experience with
     community-based participatory research; experience conducting telephone surveys; experiences conducting
     qualitative research; proficient using Excel, Microsoft Word; ability to travel to survey sites throughout the
     Bay Area; ability to work independently with minimum supervision and to communicate
     promptly/effectively to work requests; ability to speak Spanish fluently. Physical Demands: requires
     bending, climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds; reaching above
     shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, kneeling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping,
     fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper extremities; may be exposed to dust, fumes
     or gases; loud noises; differentiate color. <b>Note: Physical/Health Screening, fingerprinting, and
     background check required.</b>




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