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Institute for Population Health Improvement

Institute for Population Health Improvement

Institute for Population Health Improvement Employment

Welcome to the Institute for Population Health Improvement’s employment listing. Here you will find the current job opportunities at the Institute, as well as links and information on how to apply for our open positions.

Click on the tabs below for more information on the current positions available  and links to Human Resources at the UC Davis Health System.

To apply for a position, click on the UC Davis Health System Employment link. There you can establish an account and apply for positions at the Health System. Unless otherwise stated, do not email your resume or information to the Institute for Population Health Improvement.

All applications must go through a formal process which begins with applying through the UC Davis Health System Employment link.

UC Davis Health System Employment 
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Benefits
(916) 734-8099
2730 Stockton Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95817
Phone: (916) 734-2362
Fax: (916) 734-3080

Human Resources 
Follow this link for information about benefits, employee health and safety, and other human resource activities at UC Davis Health Systems.
At Your Service 
Click here to obtain information for the University of California Human Resources and Benefits.

Information Technology
Assistance with Citrix, Lotus Notes, and Kronos
Phone: (916) 734-4357 UCDHS Citrix Tool Bar
Lotus Notes Web Login
Geckomail Web Login

Parking
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (916) 734-2687
Cannery Employee Parking: Employees who work at the Cannery on Alhambra Blvd. need to pick up a monthly parking permit from the Parking Office. When picking up your permit, please identify to the parking office that you will be parking in the Cannery Garage. Employees can use their permit on Levels 1 and 2 in the Cannery parking garage. UC Davis Health System employees can have their permit expenses deducted from their payroll, however, they must pay for the first month when picking up their permit. Non-UC Davis Health System employees can pick up a permit from the Parking Office. A discounted rate is given to those that pay for two or more consecutive months at once.

Payroll
Kronos Instructions

Kronos Instructions - Exempt Employees
Bi-weekly Payroll Calendar
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
Phone: (916) 734-9150
Fax: (916) 734-9167

Travel
Click here for UC Davis Travel policy and proceedures

UCD Buy
Click here for UC Davis online purchasing guide.

All position descriptions can be found on the Employment Link.

Programmer V—Casefinding/ePath---036219
The Programmer V – Software Developer  using .NET components acts independently under general supervision to develop, support, and maintain programming code of a complex mission critical n-tiered web-based application and other ancillary applications in support of cancer and other disease registry data reporting, processing, and business intelligence uses. The applications provide services to over 200+ online users in support of state disease reporting regulations, and to also meet federal disease reporting contractual obligations.  This position has primary responsibility for the Eureka Casefinding sub-system and other associated systems such as electronic pathology reporting.  In addition , this position is assigned general system and database work activities within the Agile software development methodologies of medium to high levels of complexity, medium to high levels of risk, and that require advanced levels of programming skills, experience, and knowledge. The position must be able to adapt and work within the dynamic team framework of software development methodologies that are  based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, and cross-functional teams.  The Programmer V works with security engineers, business analysts, data analysts, system architects, engineers, users, and many other possible team members to determine and document business requirements, prepare technical design forms, build/modify code, and test software to meet the organizational needs. This position works with confidential patient health data that must be securely handled and protected at all times. 

Programmer V- 036219

The Programmer V – Software Developer  using .NET components acts independently under general supervision to develop, support, and maintain programming code of a complex mission critical n-tiered web-based application and other ancillary applications in support of cancer and other disease registry data reporting, processing, and business intelligence uses. The applications provide services to over 200+ online users in support of state disease reporting regulations, and to also meet federal disease reporting contractual obligations.  This position has primary responsibility for the Eureka Casefinding sub-system and other associated systems such as electronic pathology reporting.

Programmer VI- 038035

The Programmer VI – Software Developer  using .NET components acts independently under general supervision to develop, support, and maintain programming code of a complex mission critical n-tiered web-based application and other ancillary applications in support of cancer and other disease registry data reporting, processing, and business intelligence uses. The applications provide services to over 200+ online users in support of state disease reporting regulations, and to also meet federal disease reporting contractual obligations.  This position has primary responsibility for the Eureka Rapid Case Ascertianment sub-system and other associated systems such as electronic pathology reporting.  In addition , this position is assigned general system and database work activities within the Agile software development methodologies of medium to high levels of complexity, medium to high levels of risk, and that require advanced levels of programming skills, experience, and knowledge.

Analyst I- 038094

Under the guidance of the Institute for Population Health Improvement (IPHI), California Cancer Registry and Epidemiologic Surveillance (CalCARES) Program Director, and the supervision of the Analyst V-Supervisor; the incumbent will be responsible for project management, budget management, tracking expenditures and making projections, processing purchase orders and invoicing for multiple funds and programs using University of California Davis Health System (UCDHS) purchasing system.  The incumbent must be able to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously, follow through on issues in a timely manner, meet last minute requests efficiently and accurately, and respond quickly to conflicting priorities and must be able to perform increasingly challenging tasks within a complex organization with minimal supervision.

Analyst VII- 037875

This is a new, one-year, contract position with future employment beyond one year is dependent of the availability of new funds. The Senior Policy Analyst works directly with the Director and Assistant Director of the UCDHS Institute for Population Health Improvement (IPHI) to develop and disseminate complex policy analyses, briefings, trainings, and health policy education for a broad spectrum of stakeholders, including, UC executive management, state legislators, members of Congress, senior state and federal government officials, Boards of Director and CEOs of philanthropic organizations, public sector businesses,  and  health care leaders throughout California and the nation. The Senior Policy Analyst collaborates closely with the Institute's Director to accomplish the mission and priorities of the Institute, UCDHS, and UC Davis.