Job vacancy: Title X Program Manager

The link to apply for the position can be found via the UCLA Health – Human Resources website.

Job #H74203


Title X Program Manager
Job Duties

The UCLA OB/GYN Clinic has an exciting full time job opportunity for someone with a passion for reproductive health and health education. The Title X Program Manager will manage
all aspects of the Title X program at the OB/GYN Clinic. This includes health/contraception education with patients and students, community outreach activities, program data collection, budget management, and reporting. The clinic serves a low income and mostly
Medi-Cal population. The Title X Program Manager will be responsible for managing Community Health staff, Title X interns, and clinic volunteers.

Job Qualifications

REQUIRED: Ability to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate health education programs. Ability to develop and maintain community relations and resources. Ability to evaluate
program performance. Ability to establish and maintain records of program activities. Ability to plan and facilitate meetings. Ability to counsel patients effectively on sensitive topics such as reproductive health. Demonstrated skill in financial analysis,
planning, preparation and administration of a budget. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. PREFERRED: Bachelor’s degree or a Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH); experience as a reproductive health educator.


Summary Information

Job Title: Title X Program ManagerUCLA Title: Community Health Prog Rep, SrJob Num.: H74203Work Hours: Mostly 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., M-FWork Location: 1010 Veteran AvenueJob Type: CareerDuration: IndefiniteMinimum Salary: $18.00 / $3132Maximum Salary: $25.20 / $4385Layoff Referral Deadline: 10/29/2014Bargaining Unit: 99

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