Job Opportunities

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Peer Navigator

The Peer Navigator will work with the study team to recruit and retain participants in the INTEGRA study. This study will utilize a mobile health delivery unit (aka mobile clinic) to link persons who inject drugs (PWID) to integrated care and prevention for addiction, HIV, HCV and primary care. This position will be responsible for a caseload of study participants (expected to be around 15-20 clients at any one time, and averages 40-50 clients over the course of the study). They will also be assessing participant needs and ensuring that they are directly connected to the healthcare and other services they need. In addition, they will administer study measures and assist with data entry as well as work as part of a larger study team.

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Program Coordinator

This position will be responsible for program coordination of various assigned research projects. You will work closely with investigators to manage the day-to-day operational activities of assigned projects, including but not limited to managing project timelines and deliverables, coordinating logistics, developing project-related documents, conducting literature searches, managing/compiling project data, coding qualitative data, ensuring compliance with funder’s requirements, coordinating regulatory approvals, and preparing project progress reports.

You will also be responsible for overseeing data collection and management, such as running data cleaning programs, extracting data from the study database, and conducting ad hoc data queries. In addition you will provide administrative support functions such as organizing webinars/trainings, teleconferences, and project-related meetings. Other duties include coordinating and assisting in preparing grant applications, editing and formatting manuscripts for publications and participating in various writing assignments.

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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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