Institute for Population Health Improvement Employment
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Analyst IV- Media Specialist - 038896
This position serves as a Media Specialist and performs difficult professional and technical tasks associated with conducting a comprehensive program to inform the public of the activities and objectives of the California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP).This position is primarily responsible for activities on the public relations and social media campaigns for the overall CTCP tobacco education media campaign.
Program Manager (Analyst III) - 040075
The project manager will lead an effort to evaluate surgical patient safety errors and reduce their occurrence in California hospitals, which will include the planning of a state-of-the-art patient safety conference. Under the guidance of the Institute for Population Health Improvement (IPHI) Director and the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Analyst III shall provide overall management support for all administrative, technical, policy and program operations requirements associated with the Surgical Adverse Events project.