Job Opening: Program Representative, UCLA Blum Center
to those with an MPH or PhD in public health…
Please help me in extending a warm thank you and the very best of wishes for continued success to our Center Coordinator Jenny Binstock, MPP. Jenny will leave the Center on Friday, September 18 to use her well-defined
skills for the LA-based nonprofit organization, TreePeople, doing local climate change and water policy work.
Jenny began her career with the UCLA Blum Center in November 2013 and has helped us grow into the larger center we are today. We are very grateful for her hard work, organizational skills and expertise in bringing
our fledgling Center into an international research center dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Latin American populations. Her dedication to overseeing the student scholars, working through the administrative functions of a center, managing
research projects (and me!) will long be remembered as pivotal steps in building the foundation of the Center’s work yet to come.
With much gratitude for Jenny’s service to the Center, I wish her well and urge her to stay connected with us. You can stay connected to Jenny through
Best to Jenny,
In light of this current transition and to continue to build on our growth and achievements to-date,
the UCLA Blum Center on Poverty and Health in Latin America announces a new position, Program Representative, Supervisor. In the
attached job description, you will find information on this position that will play a critical role in the ongoing growth of the Center.
We are seeking a self-starter with experience in research, program administration and building collaborative working relationships with local and international partners.
Please distribute the document widely to those in your network or in the areas of expertise we seek.
Thank you for your help in ensuring we are able to recruit the best possible candidate to keep the momentum of the Center in an upward trend.