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Want to work with leading experts in the field of reproductive health, improving the lives of women around the world through research, training and advocacy? Join us! Below are the current job opportunities at the UCSF Bixby Center. For details on qualifications and requirements, see the full job descriptions. To apply for faculty positions, use the UCSF AP Recruit portal. To apply for staff positions, use the UCSF Careers portal.
Current job opportunities
Administrative Manager, ZSFG Ob., Gyn, & R.S. Division. The Division Administrative Manager is responsible to the Chief of the Division for the overall administrative and financial management of the $82 million Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG) Division of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences. The position is responsible for strategizing, developing, planning, implementing and evaluating funding streams and administrative structures to support all division programs. The individual is expected to: take a leadership role in strategic planning; foster customer-focused clinical services while administratively integrating university goals of teaching, research and public service; oversee the billing, reimbursement and clinical compliance of professional fees; manage seven domestic office/clinic locations; provide extramural support for contracts, grants and clinical trials; and to oversee the provision of excellent administrative and human resource/academic affairs management.
Professional Researcher, ANSIRH. For this position, ANSIRH seeks a quantitatively-trained researcher with a Ph.D. in demography, sociology, epidemiology, public health, health services research or health economics. We are interested in researchers with expertise in the following areas: unintended pregnancy, contraceptive and/or abortion access, or reproductive health inequities. The researcher will work on several data analyses and scientific publications on unintended pregnancy and social inequities. Studies include a contraceptive attitude measure development study, a randomized trial on contraceptive education, a national survey of abortion attitudes, and the Attitudes and Decision-Making After Pregnancy Testing (ADAPT) study,
Training Coordinator, Beyond the Pill Program. The Training Coordinator will coordinate a national training program dedicated to assuring that the full range of contraceptive methods is available to all women. The coordinator will work directly with clinics and health systems to schedule, plan, and implement contraceptive trainings, including assessing training needs, preparing content, coordinating with trainers, managing data, and ensuring quality standards. The coordinator will also work with the training team to develop new training resources, provide technical assistance and follow-up to sites, maintain CME accreditation, and represent the program at conferences and trainings.
Clinical Research Coordinator, Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will help conduct contraceptive clinical trails at San Francisco General Hospital. The CRC will perform independently to manage research protocols, and coordinate data collection and operations of several concurrent clinical research studies.
Research Data Analyst, Institute for Health Policy Studies. The Research Data Analyst will help to evaluate multiple sexual and reproductive health programs within California. Through technical assistance and occasional site visits, the Analyst will help state agencies implementing Adolescent Sexual Health programs gather accurate data about their performance. Basic qualitative and quantitative analysis skills are a must.
Senior Manager, Ryan Program. The Senior Ryan Residency Program Manager provides resources and technical assistance for the sustainability and growth of graduated Ryan Programs at departments of Ob-Gyn in the United States. This includes coordinating evaluation, site visits and development of tools for graduated sites to ascertain compliance with the clinical, research and educational goals of the Ryan Program.
Faculty Members, Bixby Center. The UCSF Bixby Center seeks researchers (MD, PhD or DrPH) with extensive experience, a distinguished publication record in reproductive health research and a robust research portfolio. These are soft money positions; successful candidates have full funding for three years and be able to describe their funding portfolio. Academic rank and track will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to apply
To apply for a staff position, go to the UCSF Careers portal, click on “Search openings” and find the position by entering the program name or position title in the keyword box. If you have not used the UCSF Careers website before, you will need to create a user account to submit an application. This guide describes the steps to apply.
To apply for a faculty position, go to the UCSF AP Recruit portal and enter the position title in the search box. If you have not used AP Recruit before, you will need to create a user account to submit an application. This guide describes the steps to apply.
Our commitment to equal opportunity
The University of California, San Francisco, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Further information about the University of California, San Francisco, is available at diversity.ucsf.edu. UCSF seeks candidates whose skills, and personal and professional experience, have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence, and the communities we serve.