POSITION: Program Manager
ORGANIZATION: Human Care Systems
POSTING DATE: May 4th, 2016
- Human Care Systems designs and delivers support programs to improve real world use of medicines.
- Program management role guiding solution development and execution.
- Early career opportunity – chance to take on exceptional responsibility and learn/grow very quickly.
- Primary locations in Boston, New York, San Francisco, or London. Some flexibility on other locations.
- Excellent fit for MPH and other health graduate degrees.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Human Care Systems (www.humancaresystems.com) develops and delivers service & support programs to help clinicians and patients better manage complex diseases and therapies. Our programs improve patient/family and clinician communication, decision-making and optimal use of therapies. Program Managers manage and support program teams, which consist of health psychologists, writers, designers, information architects, software developers and others. Teams develop and deploy programming focused on building critical health behaviors to better manage disease and therapy.
- Provide thinking and process to deliver effective Program Strategy, Design and Tactics.
- Provide effective Project Management.
- Provide effective first line Client Communication and develop Client Relationships.
- Provide effective first line Quality Assurance. Make sure all deliverables are proofed for all obvious design, grammar & spelling mistakes.
- Work effectively with Clinical Health Psychologist, Designer, Technology Lead, and other team members. Lead from the middle without formal authority.
- Implement the HCSystem on each program.
- Support business expansion.
- Effectively handle other responsibilities as needed.
- Deep interest in healthcare.
- Excellent listener and learner.
- Highly effective at driving a process and measurement.
- Incredible energy and drive to succeed.
COMPENSATION: Competitive salary + bonus potential + country relevant benefits + stock options.
HOW TO APPLY: Please reply with cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION: Community Engagement Project Assistant
ORGANIZATION: Older Adults Strengthening Communities Through Food
POSTING DATE: May 6th, 2016
SUMMARY/ RESPONSIBILITIES: Older Adults Strengthening Communities Through Food – which is seeking to inspire and support older adults and senior centers to be neighborhood resources for change for the greater good – in this case working to address healthy food access and use challenges faced by many communities. The initiative is entering its third year where the focus is on sustaining the work begun in five senior centers and developing tools and resources for extending the work more broadly within DFTA and its senior center network. A description is attached. It runs through the end of December – around 18 hours per week. There is a heavy focus on field work (working with self-directed volunteer teams at various senior centers), and we ideally need someone who is Spanish – English bi-lingual.
HOW TO APPLY: Contact Terry Kaelber at phone: 212-967-0322 x318
POSITION: Research Assistant
ORGANIZATION: Division of Medical Ethics, NYU
POSTING DATE: May 10th, 2016
SUMMARY/ RESPONSIBILITIES: The Division of Medical Ethics has a part-time position working with the Director and other faculty as a research assistant. The position involves research work, assistance in writing papers, keeping minutes at various meetings and projects and bibliographical research. It is expected that the RA will be in residence 10 hours per week at the Division and may work one or two more hours from home. RA will be able to participate in most Division activities and projects.
QUALIFICATION: Position is open for those who are graduate students or have an advanced degree
OTHER INFORMATION: Salary is a stipend of $10,000 for the year, paid bi-weekly, beginning June 1, 2016 and ending May 30 2017. The position may be renewed for a second year. No benefits included. NYU Langone Medical Center is an equal employment/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital/or parental status, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, veterans status, or any other classification protected by applicable Federal, State, or Municipal Law.
HOW TO APPLY: Those interested in applying should send CV and two letters of recommendation to Jessica Wico Jessica.Wico@nyumc.org with RA position in the subject heading of the email. Applications with be accepted until the position is filled.