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Company: University of California
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Career Level: Mid-Senior Level
Industries: Government, Nonprofit, Education

Description

Under the general and direct supervision of the Project Director/PI, the Program Manager will be responsible for the management, coordination, and implementation of a federal grant to advance the development of the SPICE PD (Strategic Partnership Interprofessional Collaboration & Education in Pediatric Dentistry) program. The Program Manager will independently provide high-level administrative support to the Project Director. The Program Manager needs to recommend, implement, and monitor metrics for quantifying operational and clinical initiatives. The Program Manager, with support from a project coordinator and others as assigned, will implement goals of the grant, promote the strategic vision of the training programs and coordinate academic, clinical, and community resources to prepare pediatric dentists to provide leadership and better meet the oral health needs of children and families in underserved communities. We hope to achieve this by developing and instituting innovative programs that incorporate up to date promising practices and collaborating with other primary care providers to develop a comprehensive and continuous systems of care for children.  

Qualifications

  Demonstrated expertise in project management and excellent organization skills. Must be able to perform and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently and manage conflicting and changing priorities under minimal supervision. Ability to integrate activities of an academic and clinical program. Able to anticipate information needed by others as situations and projects develop and exercise proper judgment on when to escalate to higher level management. Required   Demonstrated knowledge of the UCLA Academic Personnel and fiscal Policies, forms and procedures. Demonstrated knowledge of fund management, and contracts and grants policy and procedures. Required   Experience in developing curriculum and/or training programs. Required   Ability to establish productive working relationships with all levels of organization staff and faculty; ability to work independently and as part of a team. Demonstrated interpersonal skills to work with staff, faculty, students, and interface with other departments. Required   Demonstrated supervisory skills to direct and supervise personnel effectively, hiring, training, work assignment, and work review and performance evaluation. Required   Superior written and verbal communication skills to convey information with accuracy and diplomacy; excellent strong writing, editing and proofreading skills are required. Required   Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to relate and present a positive image to various publics. Required   Demonstrated skill to manage and organize administrative and operational aspects effectively within a multifaceted, fast-paced office environment. Required   Demonstrated skill to work independently, prioritize tasks, analyze needs, develop and implement solutions in a timely and effective manner. Required   Demonstrated skill to prepare analytical documents that are concise, logical and grammatically correct. Required   Demonstrated proficiency using a PC or Mac to perform word processing and database management projects with speed and accuracy using Microsoft Word, Excel and PPT. Ability to learn new software programs and to instruct others when needed. Required   Demonstrated strong skills in writing grammatically correct routine business correspondence such as memoranda and standard letters to faculty, sections, and other University and community personnel. Required   Typing skills to quickly and accurately prepare correspondence and other University and community documents. Required   Ability to maintain confidentiality of section communications and faculty and resident files. Required   Ability to maintain consistent and punctual attendance. Required   Ability to prepare budgets and produce well-written and supported budget justifications. Required   Availability to work needed hours to complete an assignment with a specific deadline. Required   Ability to organize and prioritize work assignments independently, while keeping track of ongoing project deadlines and following through on assigned tasks with minimal supervision in a timely manner. Required   Demonstrated skill in organizing and planning administrative events involving on- and off-campus constituents. Required   Master's degree in health science, social sciences, public health, computer science or related field from an accredited university. Required   At least 6 -10 years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required


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