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Core Coordinator

The mission of the UCLA Center for Behavioral & Addiction Medicine (CBAM) is to advance the prevention and treatment of chronic illnesses, especially in communities with health disparities. Our work focuses primarily on addiction treatment, HIV prevention and the intersection of the two. We lead the Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment Services (CHIPTS), which is a collaboration of leading scientists from local universities, research and policy institutions. The goals of CHIPTS are to promote novel, high impact and transformational research; to sponsor meetings and provide venues for collaboration among scientists, providers, insurers, policy makers and stakeholders; and to provide mentoring and training.

The Core Coordinator will be responsible for providing coordination assistance and support for CHIPTS-wide activities. Duties include managing center-wide communications, maintaining the CHIPTS website (e.g. creating web posts, developing materials/content for website), social media accounts and email listservs; providing program support, gathering/organizing information for evaluating center-related activities, coordinating logistics for meetings, and formatting and editing materials for publications. Will work closely with the Core Directors to coordinate the pilot program, including issuing requests for proposals, organizing peer review and monitoring progress. Assist with meeting and event coordination including securing venues, developing event programs, arranging parking, making travel/hotel arrangements, making flyers/outreach materials, managing reimbursements, and other related duties. Assist with preparation and formatting grant proposals, journal publications, progress reports, presentations, Center documents, and other administrative tasks as assigned.

Any interested should apply through the UCLA Health Careers website. No applications/resumes sent outside of the UCLA Health Careers website will be reviewed.


CBAM is a multidisciplinary center that seeks to advance the prevention and treatment of chronic illnesses, especially in communities with health disparities. As part of the UCLA Department of Family Medicine, CBAM works at the intersection of academia and community with a focus on treating addictions and preventing the spread of HIV.

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