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.
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2730 Stockton Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95817
Phone: (916) 734-2362
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Analyst VIII-S- Data Management Supervisor---- 035930
The Analyst VIII Technical Supervisor, Applications Development and Support Group position has full management responsibilities for the development, support, maintenance, testing and outputs 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. This position provides expert object-oriented developer domain knowledge and experience to lead multiple software projects of the most complex nature. The position must at the highest level be able to design, develop, maintain and enhance a complex web-based multi-tiered disease registry data management application in an object-oriented manner. Directs and performs complex programming and development functions within a .NET environment,functions as a project manager responsible for requirements gathering, design, development, configuration, and testing of a technically advanced enterprise application business solution; and directs a collaborative partnership development group comprised of multi-state, interdepartmental, national, and international staff.
Analyst VII-S—Research Program Director--- 036107
Under the direction of the Chief of the Cancer Surveillance Section (CSS), the Research Program Analyst serves as the primary supervisor for the Cancer Epidemiology Research Unit (CERU) in the CSS and as the administrative manager for all UCDHS personnel in the CSS . The Cancer Epidemiology Research Unit (CERU) in the Cancer Surveillance Section (CSS) of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) uses California Cancer Registry (CCR) data to conduct cancer surveillance and epidemiologic studies and promotes and supports the use of CCR data for surveillance, research, and cancer control by external researchers. The CERU chief works closing with the Chief of the Cancer Surveillance Research Unit (CSRU) in developing and managing the overall work plan for the CSS.
Programmer VI- NHIN Ensemble Interface Support Programmer—035180
With more than 360 employees, the UCDHS IT division supports a large, sophisticated infrastructure for clinical, educational, and research missions. The NHIN Interface Support Programmer for the Institute for Population Health Improvement (iPHI) will plan, engineer, construct, and implement the IT and Informatics data exchange infrastructure for the California Cancer Registry (CCR) and closely associated support projects (i.e. CHeQ \ Inspire, Health Information Exchanges (HIE), Disease Registries, and other strategic efforts). This position will provide support relevant to messaging and live interfacing, utilizing a variety of applications and tools including enterprise-grade interface engines. It will assist teams in capturing, merging, and transforming unstructured data from multiple sources into high quality data. The position will also assist in determining and supporting the requirements of CCR-related, grant-funded initiatives by leveraging the technical capabilities and resources of multiple organizations within UC Davis (iPHI, UCDHS-IS, IET, CHeQ, and the CTSC). It will also provide data management and analytical services. This position is housed at the Alhambra Cannery Office Complex.
Programmer VI- Security Policy Control Analyst—034540
Under the general supervision of the IT Security Manager, the Senior Systems Security Analyst provides information security subject matter expertise to business and project teams to define security requirements for various technologies, performs vulnerability and risk assessments, creates and executes security governance, assists/performs forensic data collection and analysis, serves on the incident response team, provides Microsoft ISA Server/Proxy and web application firewall expertise and operational duties as necessary, provides subject matter expertise in the information security domains to the organization, prepares/maintains various security reports and dashboards, coordinates technology audit activities, prepares and reviews system security architecture designs, actively participates with business and campus units throughout the university community, performs annual Regional Registry security audits, and plays an important role in the effort to secure the information assets of UCDHS from threats to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of such assets.
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.
Analyst V-S Programs Manager –034006
Under the guidance of the Institute for Population Health Improvement (IPHI) Director and the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Analyst V Supervisor/Program Manager serves as the primary supervisor and administrative manager for UCDHS employees embedded with the following California public health programs: Heart Disease and Stroke, California Active Communities, Every Woman Counts, Project Lean and Tobacco Control. These programs are housed within the California Department of Health Services (DHCS) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH). The incumbent will provide direct, daily supervision for 22 employees (currently) and fiscal management of approximately $10,294,728 federal funds over a five-year period. The Analyst V-Supervisor/ Program Manager shall provide overall management support for all administrative, technical, policy and program operations requirements associated with UCDHS employees at CDPH. These activities include contracts and grants management, financial and account management, human resources planning and health policy analysis. Specific responsibilities include the processing of invoices, book keeping, and account/sub-account monitoring and maintenance, in accordance with the state and University of California Davis Health Systems (UCDHS) accountancy and billing practices. The incumbent will play a critical role in the operationalization, maintenance and evaluation of administrative and technical services required to support IPHI and program goals. The incumbent will work closely with IPHI and state administrative offices, with UCDHS Human Resources, Dean's Office Finance Unit, Sponsored Programs, and Information Technology resources to develop written guidelines, procedures and policies to ensure efficiency, consistency and compliance with UCDHS administrative regulations and requirements for this project. Other duties as assigned.
Analyst III Financial Analyst—036365
Under the guidance of the Director and the supervision of the Assistant Director, IPHI, the Administrative Analyst III will provide support and analysis for the full constellation of administrative, technical, policy and program operational activities, including contracts and grants management, financial and account management, human resources planning, health policy analysis, and outreach/communication/training functions. The incumbent will play a central role in the organization, coordination, maintenance and evaluation of core IPHI functions. The incumbent will work closely with the IPHI Director and Assistant Director, UCDHS Human Resources, the Dean’s Office Finance Unit, Sponsored Programs and Information Technology resources to develop written guidelines, procedures and policies for IPHI to ensure efficiency, consistency and compliance with UCDHS administrative regulations and requirements. Other duties as assigned.
Analyst II--- Program Coordinator—036362
Under the guidance and supervision of the Integrative Medicine Program (IMP) Assistant Director, the position shall provide overall management support for all administrative, technical, policy and program operations requirements associated with the IMP program. These activities include contracts and grants management, financial and account management for approximately $80,000, and project management. Specific responsibilities include processing of invoices, bookkeeping, and account/sub-account monitoring and maintenance, in accordance with the CDPH and University of California Davis Medical Center (UCDMC) accountancy and billing practices.