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Education Related School Recruitments

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Priority for Teaching Assistant (TA) Positions will be reserved for PhD students receiving the Graduate Dean’s Health Sciences Fellowship (GDHSF). Please indicate that you are receiving the GDHSF on your application. Unless otherwise noted, all qualified applicants will be considered for available TA positions. Graduate Student Research (GSR) / Research Assistant (RA) positions remain open to all qualified students. Please check with the contact person for more details.

Teaching Assistant Positions

Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi)

Contact: Helen Arega

Details:  We have an exciting graduate student research opportunity working with a Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi) funded study. We are seeking students who have 10 hours per week (fee remission, hourly rate $23) to assist Dr. Monica McLemore & Dr. Dunkel Schetter and the Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management (CALM) Team. The primary aim of the study is to test the feasibility and efficacy of a doula-supported, computer-assisted delivery of a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention designed to reduce pregnancy-related anxiety, depression, and prevent perinatal mood disorders in women of color in Oakland. Your role on the team will be to assist with participant recruitment, data management, and weekly check-ins with the study team. The position is currently open (April 2018). Please contact Helen Arega (Program Director) for more information [email protected] and send a one page Cover Letter and CV/resume, if interested. The application will be open until a hire is made, so applicants are encouraged to apply soon!

**Note** All qualified persons must have a valid Driver’s license and access to a car in order to travel to clinics for participant screening in the Oakland area

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Written and verbal communication in Spanish.
  • Self-motivated, with prior study recruitment experience
  • Works well in a team setting.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

SOLARS

Responsibilities: Your role on the team will be to assist in data collection, data management, phlebotomy, specimen collection, and recruitment.

ContactSilvia Arabia (Program Director)

Details: We have an exciting graduate student research opportunity working with a Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi) funded study. We are seeking students who have 10 hours per week (fee remission, hourly rate $23) to assist Dr. Monica McLemore and the Saving our Ladies from early births And Reducing Stress Study (SOLARS) Team. The primary aim of the study is to evaluate whether individual, molecular, and social factors moderate or mediate the relationship between psychological stress and preterm Birth (PTB) in women of color in Oakland. Your role on the team will be to assist in data collection, data management, phlebotomy, specimen collection, and recruitment. We expect the position to begin February 2018. Please contact Silvia Arabia (Program Director) for more information at [email protected] and send a one page Cover Letter and CV/resume, if interested. Applications are due February 1, 2018 at 5pm

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Written and verbal communication in Spanish.
  • Must be a Registered Nurse or have one plus years’ experience in phlebotomy.
  • Works well in a team setting.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

SOLARS

Responsibilities:

  • Written and verbal communication in Spanish.

  • Must be a Registered Nurse or have one plus years’ experience in phlebotomy.

  • Works well in a team setting.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

**Note** All qualified persons must have a valid Driver’s license and access to a car in order to complete home visits (Oakland) and delivery of specimens to School of Nursing lab (San Francisco).

Contact: Silvia Arabia (Program Director)

Details: We have an exciting graduate student research opportunity working with a Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi) funded study. We are seeking students who have 10 hours per week (fee remission, hourly rate $23) to assist Dr. Monica McLemore and the Saving our Ladies from early births And Reducing Stress Study (SOLARS) Team. The primary aim of the study is to evaluate whether individual, molecular, and social factors moderate or mediate the relationship between psychological stress and preterm Birth (PTB) in women of color in Oakland. Your role on the team will be to assist in data collection, data management, phlebotomy, specimen collection, and recruitment. We expect the position to begin January 2018. Please contact Silvia Arabia (Program Director) for more information at [email protected] and send a one page Cover Letter and CV/resume, if interested. Applications are due January 12, 2018 at 5pm

N302 Interprofessional Counseling for Behavior Change Workshop

Timeframe: Winter 2018
Hours: 25% Time for Winter 2018
Responsibilities:

  • Finalize and post workgroup assignments
  • Release and monitor pre-workshop and post-workshop questionnaires
  • Orient and support faculty facilitators
  • Respond to student inquiries via CLE
  • Participate in at least workshop as a small group facilitator
  • Facilitate remediation sessions for students who could not attend the workshops
  • Type and upload post-questionnaire comments from learners on the CLE
  • Create an executive summary for course.
  • Other classroom and IT support as need arises

Contact: Rosafel Adriano-Nogra, DNP, FNP-C
Details: TA_position_JD_2018.pdf

Office of Student Affairs & Academic Programs

Timeframe: Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters 2017 - 2018
Hours: 10-12 hours per week (25-30% effort): Includes Fee Remission
Responsibilities:

  • Provide prospect management to UCSF School of Nursing prospective student contacts
  • Provide follow-up and periodic communications with prospective applicants
  • Compile and organize survey data
  • On occasion represent UCSF School of Nursing at recruitment fairs and events
  • Provide support and logistics coordination for on and off campus recruitment events
  • Research nursing programs and trends and compile reports as assigned
  • Provide data collection and creation of tables, charts for reporting purposes
  • Other duties, as time allows, administrative support in nature.
  • Some light travel, access to a car (expenses paid)

Contact: Sergio Saenz, MA
Details: Recruitment-SAA-TA-Job-Description.pdf

Interprofessional Palliative Care Education

Timeframe: Fall 2017, Winter 2018, Spring 2018
Requirements: This position is open only for doctoral students. Credits for N467 Teaching Residency available for students receiving Graduate Dean's Health Sciences Fellowship (GDHSF).

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with curriculum development and course management for palliative care educational programs.

Contact: DorAnne Donesky
Details: PA_TA_2017.pdf

Biostatistics 183 TA

Timeframe: September 28 - December 12; hours 10 - 14 per week
Responsibilities:

  • Background in statistics and biostatistics.
  • Attending classes on Tuesday and Thursday.
  • Grading the homework following each class.
  • Grading the mid-term and final exams, maintaining a database of the grades.
  • Available to lead 1-hour review sessions.
  • Available for a weekly office hour for drop-in students

Contact: Jonathan Leff
Details: TABio183.pdf

N234A & B: Evidence-Based Project Planning I & II

Timeframe: Summer Session II 2017 and Fall 2017
Responsibilities: Student TA will assist faculty for N234A & B: Evidence-Based Project Planning I & II with teaching and course administration.
Qualifications: must be a doctoral student
Other: Experience with QI/PI projects highly desired.
Contact: Lynda Mackin
Details: N234A-B_details.pdf

Transgender Youth Curriculum Coordinator

Timeframe: part-time, 2017-18 School Year
Responsibilities:

  • Enroll participant in CLE
  • Extract data into RedCap (training available)
  • Communicate with learners

Qualifications:

  • Basic knowledge of excel, strong organizational and scheduling skills.

Contact: Brian Lasofsky

Clinical Teaching Assistant Positions

MEPN Clinical Instructors

The Master’s Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN) seeks clinical instructors for our accelerated 12-month pre-licensure program. Candidates must have at least a BSN and one year’s continuous full-time (or equivalent) experience as a Registered Nurse in the areas of Medical/Surgical, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Psych/Mental Health or Public/Community Health Nursing. Per California Board of Registered Nursing requirements, the one year of full-time RN level experience cannot be met in an advanced practice role. If interested please contact MEPN Coordinator Kizza Chadiha or (415) 476-4810.
Details: CTA_details_33116.pdf