Job Requisition Number: 22795. Created at the behest of the California Legislature, the UC Program on Access to Care (CPAC) is a UC-wide applied policy research center that provides research to policymakers on issues addressing health access for the stateÃs most vulnerable populations. By serving as a critical linkage between the expertise of the UC faculty and policymakers, CPAC provides a unique contribution to the UC mission of public service.
CPAC has a seed grant program for UC faculty and student researchers examining CPACÃs access and health improvement priorities The Research Analyst 3 will conduct research data analyses, manage the request for proposals (RFP) process for CPAC-funded seed research projects; conduct data analyses and provide analytic support to Principal Investigators of CPAC funded projects, the CPAC Director and CPAC Advisory Board; The research data analyst will also contribute to CPACÃs original policy publications by conducting data analyses for research reports and policy briefs, prepares reports, charts, fact sheets or other materials for an audience of state policy makers.
This is a 18-month contract position, with the possibility of renewal/extension.
Ã¯ Coordinate with research collaborators conducting original research aligned with CPACÃs mission across the UC system. Ã¯ Conducts data analyses and synthesis of UC research and products. Ã¯ Leads and participates in research report and manuscript writing in collaboration with UC investigators. Ã¯ Prepares high quality research presentations focused on showcasing UC faculty research and original research for conferences, including tables, PowerPoint slides and visuals. Ã¯ In collaboration with UC faculty, provides data analysis and administrative support in preparing research grant applications aligned with CPACÃs mission. Ã¯ Assists with administrative and analytic support associated with CPAC research collaborations and contracted research projects. Ã¯ Coordinates and disseminates research information and results from research studies. Ã¯ Manage CPACÃs research portfolio in collaboration with the Director and CPAC Advisory Group. Ã¯ Other administrative and analytic support duties, as needed.Education/Training: Ã¯ Doctoral degree in health services research, epidemiology, public health, statistics/biostatistics, health economics, data science, public policy or related area. Ã¯ Policy research training preferred.
Knowledge/Skills: Ã¯ Excellent knowledge of research design and methods Ã¯ Thorough skills in quantitative analysis, strong ability to use statistical software (STATA, SAS) Ã¯ Skills to effectively communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner both verbally and in writing. Ã¯ Skills in research data management, including manipulating large and complex datasets Ã¯ Research skills at a level to evaluate alternate solutions and develop recommendations. Ã¯ Progressively responsible administrative analytical experience, including the equivalent of two years of grant administration, program coordination and research analysis experience. Ã¯ Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Ã¯ Experience with research grant proposal preparation
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