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TitleLocationStartEndHours/WeekSalary/StipendApplication DeadlineHow to ApplyRoles/ResponsibilitiesQualifications/Education Requirements
Criminal Justice Innovation Lab Research AssistantThe UNC School of Government (SOG)We are seeking a candidate for the spring 2024 semester who will be able to continue working on the projects full or part time during the summer of 2024.We are seeking a candidate for the spring 2024 semester who will be able to continue working on the projects full or part time during the summer of 2024.This is a part-time (15 hours per week), hourly position.The pay rate is $20 - $25 an hour depending on qualifications.Accepting Until FilledSend resume and cover letter to mbailey@sog.unc.edu.The Lab is seeking a graduate student to support various Lab projects, including evaluations of alternative responder programs in North Carolina Read more/less.
(e.g., mental health clinician(s) co-responding with or responding in lieu of a police officer to crisis calls), a feasibility assessment for a project assessing the impact of pretrial services in North Carolina, and a project assessing the implementation of holistic defense in North Carolina public defender offices. These projects include both quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Duties include:
• Assisting Lab staff in obtaining administrative data (including court, police, dispatch, and jail records)
• Cleaning and coding data
• Linking data sources to create analytic datasets, conducting analyses, and interpreting findings
• Assisting with developing survey instruments and interview protocols
• Conducting outreach to gather survey responses
• Cleaning and analyzing survey data
• Conducting document review
• Performing additional background research as needed to support ongoing projects
The Research Assistant frequently will collaborate with other Lab team members, including the Lab’s Data Analyst, Data Manager, Project Manager, Research Director, and Director, as well as affiliated researchers and stakeholder clients.
Depending on the candidate’s skills and interests, they may take on other tasks as other project or organizational needs arise.
We are currently seeking 1-2 highly qualified Graduate Research Assistant(s) to contribute to three dynamic projects. The first project, supported by an R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), leverages cancer registry linked Medicare data to unravel the intricacies of early cancer diagnosis, understand the importance of emergency presentations, and improve health disparities. The second project, with funding from AcademyHealth, delves into the diverse routes to diagnosis among patients diagnosed with 16 different cancer types in North Carolina. Lastly, our third project, conducted is a Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Diagnostic Excellence Initiative award in collaboration with Baylor University, focused on uncovering drivers of diagnostic delays among patients diagnosed with gastrointestinal cancers.
Under the direct supervision of Dr. Caroline Thompson (Associate Professor of Cancer Epidemiology; caroline.thompson@unc.edu), the selected applicant(s) will support the generation and communication of scientific findings from the projects. The duties of the GRA will include: attending team meetings, performing literature reviews, statistical analysis, and preparation of scientific abstracts and writing manuscripts.
Currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in public policy, political science, statistics, public health, public administration, social work, or a related field.
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• Proficiency in programming and conducting analyses in Stata or R
• Experience with cleaning, managing, and analyzing large datasets (experience with criminal justice data preferred)
• Experience conducting qualitative research such as survey research, interviews, and document review
• Strong written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to synthesize complex information
• Ability to work in a nonpartisan, nonadvocacy environment
Data AnalystRaleigh (Shaw University)ImmediateMay, August 2024Varies. Most work can be done remotely. However, Read more/less.
until a person becomes familiar with the project and the required report, he or she must come to Raleigh. Additionally, the person has to go to Raleigh to meet with investigators when data are analyzed to discuss findings for presentation. A person has to use a password-protected computer provided by the research project.
$20-25 dollars per hour, depends on statistical skillsAs soon as filledEmail dbrowne@Shawu.edu or Dbrowne@email.unc.eduRead more/less.

To conduct data analyses on a dataset consisting of 300 surveys that evaluate a program awarding grants to community-based organizations. A survey asks questions about the process and criteria used in grantmaking. The majority of the questions ask for ratings of the process. A few questions are open-ended surveys have open-ended questions that must be categorized. (about 25 surveys)

There is focus group data as well. Approximately ten focus groups in which participants were asked questions about the grantmaking process and their experiences.

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Experience with SAS or SPSS. Also, some experience analyzing qualitative data using M AXQDA , NVivo, or ATLASti.
Patient Care AssistantCareYaya FoundationFlexibleFlexibleFlexible work hours; set your own schedule (on-demand like Uber or DoorDash)Pay of $15-25/hourASAPStudents can apply here.Read more/less.


CareYaya is backed by leading organizations like the AARP, RRF Foundation for Aging, Atrium Health, and other large healthcare systems around the country. Importantly, CareYaya charges no fees to families – it’s completely free to use.

Here are some features of ours in the news.

We’re growing rapidly and are looking for students to join as a Patient Care Assistant.

Benefits include: 
- Get direct patient care hours 
- No prior certifications required 
- Meaningful work experience and 1x1 care helping elders in the community and advancing health equity
- Experiences that make great essays for grad school applications
- Collaborate closely with top healthcare systems (Atrium Advocate Health, Duke Health, Mass General, Emory Health) 
- Top caregivers get letters of recommendation from physicians for Med/PA/Nursing/other graduate schools
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No certifications required
Post-doctoral Research AssociateChapel HillASAP1-year4050,000-70,000Open until filledApply through this link.Read more/less.


Quality control of genetics and omics data

Statistical analysis

Summarizing results for publications and presentations

Coordinate project with collaborators

Supervise trainees in the laboratory

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A doctoral degree (PhD) in Epidemiology, Human Genetics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics or related field or a MD, DDS, or DVM degree combined with training in human genetics.

High-level skill in R programming in unix environment is required.

Excellent communication and written skills.

Experience working on genotyped, sequencing or multi-omics data.

BabysitterChapel HillASAPAug-2410$20-$22 per hourRollingText Julia at (631) 921-6555Family looking for a warm, fun and reliable morning babysitter for our sweet and playful 14 month old baby girl. You will take walks, go for hikes around the trails in our neighborhood, feed her breakfast, play and get her dressed for the day.Must have experience caring for babies and toddlers professionally. We hope you adore babies! You will need your own transportation.
Preschool English Speaking TeacherDurhamImmediately6/7/242418.50/hrOngoingApply HereSupervise children at all times (Mon - Thurs 8:30am-12:15pm)
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Create a safe and engaging classroom environment
Plan lessons with cooperating teacher and curriculum director
Be physically able to fully participate in daily schedule - majority of time spent outside
Maintain communication with parents who are majority Spanish speaking
Attend weekly staff meetings
The ideal candidate must be a team player, passionate about working with young children. The English Speaking PreK Teacher co-teaches with the Spanish Speaking PreK Teacher to develop a meaningful, authentic, play-based emergent curriculum using Project Based Learning and Reggio-Emilia inspired curriculum . One day a week, this classroom spends the entire day in an outdoor classroom at our offsite location in North Durham.
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(Teachers who speak English/Spanish work as a team.)
Experience working with young children.
Commitment to create a culturally enriching and strengths based learning environment.
Interest in outdoor education.
Ideal candidates will have at least one year of experience as a Daycare Teacher - Preschool Teacher - Child care Teacher - Teacher Assistant - Daycare Assistant Teacher - Early Childhood Education - Childcare Teacher or similar job experience.
Benefits:
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Seeking Flexible Caregiver for Enthusiastic 8-Year-Old6123 Farrington Rd #M2, Chapel Hill, NC 27517Immediate start6/12/245 to 15$22/HourOpen until filledSend resume and availability to vf.rpa007@gmail.com
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Send follow up text message to 402-246-1603
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I am a dedicated single father managing a demanding schedule and am currently in search of a caregiver for my delightful 8-year-old daughter.

Given the unpredictability of my work commitments, flexibility is crucial for this role. Alongside childcare, I am also seeking assistance with light household tasks such as shopping, running errands, and maintaining order in our living room, which seems to have a perpetual toy presence despite my best efforts!
I would love to discuss this opportunity further. Please feel free to share your availability, experience, and any relevant details.
Prior childcare experience
Guest Services Graduate CoordinatorCarolina UnionSummer / Academic Year 24-25Summer / Academic Year 24-2520-3016.50/hr7/31/24Apply HereThe Guest Services Graduate Coordinator (GSGC) Read more/less.

reports directly to the Guest Services Manager (GSM) from the Office of Event Services for the Carolina Union. The GSGC supports primarily evening and weekend functions of Guest Services within the Carolina Union, and at the other venues on campus.
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Guest Services Graduate Coordinators must be currently enrolled full-time in a graduate program. Flexibility to work primarily during evenings and weekends (schedule fluctuates based on events).
WATER INSTITUTE PART-TIME CONFERENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATEUNC Campus and Remote (Hybrid)ASAPSpring 202515 to 20$16-$21 per hour depending on qualificationsRollingIf interested, please email your resume to waterinstitute@unc.eduwaterinstitute@unc.eduKey Responsibilities May Include: Read more/less.

-Working with the UNC Water and Health conference director to manage and support a variety of conference activities including: the registration process, conference program development, logistics and supplies, coordinating presentations and travel for VIP guests/speakers, and general conference administration and support -Collaborating with WI team on communications and marketing materials for the conference -Compiling data/content to create conference resources, materials and reports.
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A good work ethic with the ability to work independently and be responsive and professional in A fast-paced environment -Strong communication and interpersonal skills -Proficiency in Microsoft Office and SharePoint and creative apps (ex: Canva or creative Cloud) -Experience working with diverse populations and A customer-service mindset -Prior Experience with event planning and coordination is highly preferred
Teacher Assistant for NUTR-240 Introduction to Human NutritionGillings School of Public Health - Chapel Hill8/16/202412/12/20245-7 hours$2,0007/16/2024If interested, please email Dr. Ximena Bustamante Marin at xmbmarin@med.unc.eduPosition Description:
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TAs are expected to attend the lectures and participate in:

* Weekly team meetings
* Office hours on two different days (1 hour each).
* Conduct review sessions.
* Develop test questions.
* Test preparation and revisions.
* input grades.
* Promote and moderate in-class activities.
* Manage course canvas site.
* Communicate with students.
* Problem-solving
* Applicants could be considered to perform as TA and Discussion Leaders (refer to the corresponding job post).
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PhD, MS, or MPH student in the area of Nutrition or equivalent
Discussion Leader for NUTR-240 Introduction to Human NutritionGillings School of Public Health8/16/202412/4/20243 - 4 hours$1,0007/16/2024If interested, please email Dr. Ximena Bustamante Marin at xmbmarin@med.unc.edu

Applicants could be considered to perform as Discussion Leader and TA of the lecture (please refer to the corresponding post for more information).
Position Description:
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Discussion Leaders are expected to lead the weekly discussion/recitation of the course. This will take place every Friday from 1:25 to 2:15 p.m. The material for the discussion, along with the rubrics, will be provided. The discussion leader is expected to use resources such as PowerPoint to facilitate the discussion of the topic.

Other responsibilities include:

• Biweekly team meeting.
• Host 1 office hour
• Prepare discussion topic and moderate discussion.
• Manage course canvas site.
• Input grades.
• Communicate with students
• End of course Survey.
• Problem-solving
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PhD, MS, or MPH student in Nutrition or related areas
UCS Peace Corps Strategic Campus RecruiterUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Career ServicesThis position is anticipated to begin in August and run through the end of the academic year.This position is anticipated to begin in August and run through the end of the academic year.20Position Compensation: $25.00 per hour for 20 hours per week, UNC Graduate Student Health Insurance Coverage.Deadline July 19,2024Send cover letter, resume and two references to Jacquelyn Gist jmgist@email.unc.eduThe Peace Corps Strategic Campus (Strat) Recruiter Read more/less.

will increase awareness of Peace Corps Volunteer opportunities on campus and in the surrounding community through a variety of recruitment activities, including, but not limited to: delivering class or club presentations, tabling in public, high-traffic areas on campus and/or at career fairs, organizing and facilitating application workshops and retention events, and developing relationships with key stakeholders on campus.
Depending on campus activities and recruitment events, evening and weekend hours may be required.
This position reports dually to Peace Corps and University Career Services.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Distribute agency approved brochures, posters, visual aids, and other Peace Corps recruitment materials to individuals, groups, associations, faculty, and targeted populations.
• Present class talks or presentations, including presentations to targeted diverse populations on campus.
• Complete application workshops, which coincide with Peace Corps’ application deadlines.
• Staff recruitment tables (e.g., university career fairs, other events with similar goals and/or tabling public, high-traffic areas on campus)
• Organize and facilitate retention events (e.g., send-off/welcome back volunteer parties, friends and family events, Peace Corps Week celebrations, and/or RPCV panels).
• Hold relationship-building meetings (weighted toward early in the fall semester) with different key on-campus and community stakeholders that align with Peace Corps’ six sectors with the intention of gaining access to students.
• Hold relationship-building meetings with key on-campus diversity departments and leaders (multicultural/diversity offices, student transfer offices, student life offices, scholarship program offices, club leaders, Greek leaders, etc.) with the intention of gaining access to students.
• Post and hold at least 10 regular office hours per week to meet with potential and current applicants.
• Digitally collect leads at events, or as directed by the designated P.C. representative.
• Input partnership information, meetings, and other pertinent details into specific Peace Corps systems, or as directed by the designated P.C. representative.
• Meet application and lead goals set by the Peace Corps
• Write and submit mid-year and final year reports.
• Complete mandatory virtual or in-person Strat trainings
• Respond to Peace Corps and campus staff in a timely manner, as well as attend regularly scheduled meetings initiated by the Peace Corps and campus staff.
• Other duties as assigned.
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This position requires candidates have strong organizational and communication skills, including the ability to see tasks through to completion with little supervision, as well as demonstrated event planning, public speaking, and partnership-building experience.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree in any discipline
• Returned Peace Corps Volunteer
• UNC Graduate Student as of August 2024
• Outstanding written and verbal communication skills as this position requires a great deal of public speaking.
• Ability to work independently.
• Confidence in networking and outreach
Paid Graduate Student Internship with the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable TrustRemote with occasional travel to the Trust office in Winston-Salem.9/3/24TBD10-12 hours per week during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters as agreed upon during regular office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday).$28/hour for a second- year Masters of Public Health Student and $35/hour for a Doctoral Public Health Student.6/27/24See the internship description for more information: Click HereWe are seeking a Public Health Intern Read more/less.

to work closely with the Director of Learning and Impact, whose role intersects strategy, planning, grantmaking and evaluation. The graduate student will get to experience philanthropy throughout the course of the internship while assisting the Director of Learning and Impact in a range of responsibilities, including but not limited to: data entry and data management, analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, designing surveys, conducting research and literature reviews related to ongoing initiatives or projects, updating dashboards, and other research or evaluation activities as assigned (e.g., supporting Community Data and Learning Cohort program, beginning evaluation of a 10-year Great Expectations initiative focused on early childhood success, etc.).
Throughout participation in this internship, the graduate student will have an opportunity to learn more about the field of philanthropy, as well as work on issues related to health, racial equity and systems change. While the intern will be directly supervised by the Director of Learning and Impact, they may also have the opportunity to work on projects with other Trust staff and other community stakeholders (e.g., grantees, cohort members, partners, Advisory Council, etc.).
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Our ideal candidate will have some or all of the following experience, skills, and characteristics.
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• Currently enrolled as a second-year Masters or Doctoral student in public health.
• Commitment to health, racial equity, and addressing systemic issues.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong time management skills and detail oriented.
• Dependable, working equally well independently and as part of a team.
• Strong computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Ability to review and synthesize research.
• Experience in data analysis (e.g., SAS, R, etc.).
• Experience in evaluation and/or developing and maintaining dashboards in Power-Bi or ArcGIS preferred.
Research AssistantUNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center – Behavioral Assessment Core (located in the UNC Gillings School of Public Health)Immediate hire (June 2024)Spring 2025Candidate will need to have availability this summer M-F 10a-5p and some Sundays. Read more/less.
Total hours per week will vary since participant recruitment is variable – there is NO guarantee of hours every week.
Salary is $20/hour.We will be interviewing/hiring on a rolling basis so please apply as soon as possible for considerationPlease email your resume and contact information to Dina Lajoie at dplajoie@email.unc.eduRead more/less.

The UNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center – Behavioral Assessment Core (located in the UNC Gillings School of Public Health) is seeking a part-time Research Assistant for immediate hire (June 2024) thru Spring 2025. Must be available in the summer (locally). Position will be phone interviewing research participants about their diet and entering information into a nutritional database.  Position will be eventually be remote (must have good internet access) after in-person (on UNC campus) training.
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Knowledge of basic cooking techniques, background in nutrition, computer use, and some phone and research experience preferred.

Must have good internet access
Spanish Speaking is preferred, but not required!
Administrative SpecialistUNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Chapel Hill, NCJuly of 2024June of 20258$20-$25, commensurate with experience6/28/24To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Patrick Carney at patrick.carney@unc.eduThe Administrative Specialist is a part-time position that will provide support for the Gillings Advancement team in three key areas:
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Administrative Support, Data Management and Reporting, and Event Coordination. This person will play an important role on the Advancement team by providing excellent customer service to donors, ensuring the accuracy of donor records, and organizing key digital content and physical inventory. The Administrative Specialist will report to the Assistant Director for Operations and Volunteer Management.

Administrative Support
Organizes and maintains Advancement storage area, uses Excel-based inventory system to keep supply records up to date.
Uses Microsoft Outlook to update Advancement staff about important upcoming events and meetings, manages Zoom logistics for meetings.
Assists with SharePoint and shared drive organization to ensure records are accurately and systematically stored.
Data Management & Reporting
Works with gifts officers and other Advancement team members to keep donor records in CRM (Davie) updated to ensure donor data integrity.
Uses donor CRM to prepare and send monthly giving reports to academic departments to notify them of recent donor contributions.
Event Support
Provides occasional logistical support for major Advancement events and meetings, including the preparation of event materials and onsite support to help deliver an exceptional experience to donors and stakeholders.
While the above description represents the primary responsibilities of the role, other duties may be assigned as needed.
High school diploma or equivalency; or demonstrated possession of the competencies necessary to perform the work.
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Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Microsoft Outlook, SharePoint, Word, Excel, and Power Point
Great interpersonal communication and customer service skills
Writing, proofreading, and editing skills
Great organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to complete work tasks independently while in compliance with department and School standards
Able to occasionally move about inside the Gillings School to access equipment and inventory, and able to occasionally lift and move items up to 20 lbs
Flexible schedule with the ability to attend offsite in-person meetings in the Triangle area
Preferred qualifications include:
Experience using a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool like Salesforce or Blackbaud
Basic knowledge of customer service, sales, or donor relations best practices and principles
Interest in pursuing a career in higher education or non-profit fundraising
Curiosity and resourcefulness in approach to day-to-day work challenges.
NAMI Program ManagerWake CountyASAPnoneFull TimeThe expected hiring range for this full-time (40 hours/week) position is $58,000-$63,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications.ASAPTO APPLY: Email a resume, cover letter, and three references to careers@nami-wake.org.NAMI Wake County (NWC) is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) nationwide network, Read more/less.

including NAMI North Carolina and NAMI National. NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots, volunteer supported mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NWC’s vision is a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community where mental health is valued, and individuals affected by mental health challenges have access to quality resources to live healthy, fulfilling lives. We have been in operation for over 37 years in Wake County.

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Manager plays an important role in he strategic vision of the organization. This Program Manager ensures that our cities and communities are served through quality educational programming and support services that further the mission of NWC. The position also promotes a collaborative and inclusive culture where volunteers feel valued and respected. Volunteers are critical to the successful functioning of the organization. A successful candidate in this position will be able to cultivate relationships and multi-task efficiently. This is an individual contributor position without direct supervisory responsibilities.
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Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience; 3+ years’ experience (program delivery or volunteer management).
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Familiarity with NAMI at the affiliate, state, or National level is preferred.
Passion for NAMI Wake County’s mission, vision, and values.
Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.
Lived experience, personally or with a family member or friend, is a plus.
A background with nonprofit organizations is a plus.
Event planning experience is a plus.
Flexibility to work occasional nights and weekends
Valid Driver’s License
Ability to pass a criminal background check.
Advancement Graduate AssistantGillings School of Global Public Health - Chapel HillASAP6/30/2510-20 (average 15 per week) as agreed upon during regular office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday)$8,250 stipend per semester for Master's student, $10,300 stipend per semester for Doctoral student6/28/24Email cover letter, resume or CV, two references (names and contact information) to email.sph@unc.edu.Project & Program Management
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• Support Alumni Association Board committees and task forces. Committees include the Inclusive Excellence Committee, the Fundraising and Engagement Committee and two Awards Committees. Develop committee materials and assist in developing meeting agendas. Identify and provide appropriate background materials.
• Independently manage multiple project timelines as well as staff and lead implementation efforts for alumni engagement, stewardship and annual giving.
• Develop and execute plans for deeper engagement of both domestic and international alumni through events and strategic communications.
• Support event planning through logistics research, data entry, registration page edits and general administrative support.
Communications
• Opportunity to interact, network and build positive relationships with alumni, University colleagues, donors and volunteers.
• Work independently as well as in partnership with Advancement and through collaboration with communications and marketing teams to increase awareness of the Gillings School, its brand, and its activities through the development of effective, creative and professional engagement campaigns.
• Develop content and distribute information important to SPH alumni, faculty, staff and students in a timely and accurate manner through various media channels including newsletters, website and social media.
The Graduate Assistant also provides general miscellaneous administrative support such as data entry, digital organization, scheduling meetings and taking minutes as needed.
SPH Advancement supports the School’s mission of research, teaching and service by raising private resources from alumni, friends, corporations, foundations and other constituents to enhance financial support for students, faculty, programs, and facilities. Advancement also coordinates special events and outreach activities for the School’s alumni.
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Preferred Qualifications and Experience:
• Demonstrated experience in program management.
• Strong initiative to ensure work products and solutions that are on time and to a high standard.
• Proficiency using Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel; experience with InDesign, Photoshop or Canva is a plus.
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
• Customer-service oriented with high integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
• Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Capacity to perform in the fast-paced, high-profile, complex environment of a public university.
• Experience working with volunteers, boards and/or committees is preferred.
• Ability to handle data with precision and accuracy.
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