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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, click to 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
- Education and Communications Coordinator, Beyond the Pill. The Bixby Center’s Beyond the Pill program seeks an Education & Communications Coordinator to plan, coordinate and implement contraceptive education and program communications. This position will support Beyond the Pill’s national program to advance contraceptive access, equity, and reproductive autonomy through innovative training, education, and research. The Coordinator will plan and implement health education programs and develop resources on topics such as contraception, person-centered care, reproductive justice, and inclusive and trauma-informed care.
- Equity & Justice Coordinator, Bixby Center and ZSFG Ob-Gyn Division. The ZSFG Ob-Gyn Division and Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health’s Equity and Justice Coordinator advances anti-racism, equity, inclusion, and structural change (AEISC) in our clinical care, research education, and advocacy work. This includes promoting an environment of equity and inclusion with opportunities for everyone to reach their potential and advancing AEISC goals promulgated by the University, School of Medicine, Department, Division, the Bixby Center, and funders.
- Project Coordinator, Department of Family and Community Medicine. The project coordinator will join a dynamic, multi-disciplinary reproductive health research team with projects in multiple countries. The Project Coordinator will support multiple studies underway in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Tanzania, United States and Uganda. With supportive supervision from the Project Director (PD) and mentorship from the co-Principal Investigators (PIs) (Kelsey Holt and Jenny Liu) and other team members, the Coordinator will coordinate multiple project communications, research planning, data collection, donor and stakeholder engagement, study logistic and administrative activities, and other key project tasks.
- Project Coordinator, Person-Centered Reproductive Health Program. The Project Coordinator will provide administrative and programmatic support to the Person-Centered Centered Reproductive Health Program (PCRHP) and the Family and Community Medicine (FCM) Research Community. In addition to supporting the day-to-day operations of the program overall, the Project Coordinator may work to support a range of projects. Examples of projects and activites include: national dissemination of the Person-Centered Contraceptive Care (PCCC) measure, PCRHP’s Patient Stakeholder Group, FCM research community and its anti-racism in research working groups, and studies related to reproductive autonomy, contraceptive decision-making, and adolescent health.
- Project Manager, Institute for Health and Aging. The Project Manager will join a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, and woman-led research team across Ethiopia, Kenya and United States. They will manage a new 5-year study in Ethiopia and Kenya aims to gather insights on women’s concerns regarding contraceptive side effects, including bleeding changes and concerns regarding loss of/return to fertility, and to design and rigorously evaluate new and improved counseling and follow-up approaches and tools.
- Project Manager, Person-Centered Reproductive Health Program. The Project Manager will lead a portfolio of studies, technical assistance projects, and training programs related to the Person-Centered Contraceptive Counseling (PCCC) measure, a person-reported outcome performance measure (PRO-PM) that assesses the person-centeredness of contraceptive counseling and is an important part of the ecosystem of contraceptive service related performance measures and effort to center patients within performance measurement. The ideal candidate will be both well-versed in and passionate about sexual and reproductive health research and bring strong organizational, management and stakeholder engagement skills and experience.
- Research Data Analyst, Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health. ANSIRH seeks a Data Analyst with strong quantitative data analysis skills to manage and analyze data from several research projects. Led by Principal Investigator Dr. Ushma Upadhyay, this position is part of the California Home Abortion by Telehealth (CHAT) team. The Data Analyst will support data analysis on CHAT and other studies as opportunities arise.
- Senior Data Analyst, Person-Centered Reproductive Health Program. The Person-Centered Reproductive Health Program (PCRHP) within the UCSF Department of Family & Community Medicine seeks a data analyst to collaborate on a portfolio of projects related to performance measurement in contraceptive care including studies to evaluate the validity and reliability of electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) for contraceptive care, the validity of the Self-Identified Need for Contraception (SINC) service delivery need, and the Person-Centered Contraceptive Counseling (PCCC) measure.
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.
To find the salary range for staff a position, first find the four-digit Job Code on the UCSF Careers portal posting. Then use the Title and Pay Plan Search to see the range. A second way learn about salary ranges is to search for the job title in the UCOP Annual Wage directory. Copy the abbreviated title from the Title Details section of the Title and Pay Plan Search. Use it to find the annual wages of all people with that title in UCSF or across all UC campuses. Please note that this database shows actual annual wages rather than annual salaries, so people whose annual salary was less than the minimum in the Title and Pay Plan Search were part-time.
To find the salary range for a faculty position, see the Academic Salary Scales for the Health Sciences published annually by UCOP. Rank may be described in the job description on AP Recruit or may be dependent on qualifications and experience. Step depends on qualifications and experience. Scale is determined by the Department or Academic Program Unit. Please note that the UCOP Health Sciences scales are a general resource and UCSF Schools and Departments maintain their own compensation plans.
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