Program Analyst (7398U), Haas School of Business 6888
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Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: March 26, 2020.
The 1st review date is the last date that applicants would have to apply before the Search Committee can begin reviewing applications. However, for this role, we will begin reviewing applications in May. For full consideration, please submit your completed application by May 13th, 2020 @ 5:00pm PT
UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business offers a unique opportunity to champion new ideas, collaborate across boundaries, and continually learn in a workplace committed to increasing diversity and creating a welcoming environment for all.
Our distinctive culture is captured within our four Defining Leadership Principles: Question the Status Quo, Confidence Without Attitude, Students Always, and Beyond Yourself. These principles distinguish Berkeley Haas as a unique environment, conducive to teamwork, collaboration, and career growth.
About the David and Lucile Packard Foundation The David and Lucile Packard Foundation (Foundation) is a family foundation located in Los Altos, California. The Foundation is guided by the enduring business philosophy and personal values of Lucile and David Packard, who helped found one of the world's leading technology companies. Their approach to business and community participation has guided our philanthropy for over 50 years. Today, their children and grandchildren continue to help guide the work of the Foundation. The Foundation makes grants at the local, state, national, and international level.
The Foundation works on the issues that their founders cared about most, which are: improving the lives of children; enabling the creative pursuit of science; advancing reproductive health; conserving and restoring the earth's natural systems; and supporting and strengthening an array of local nonprofit organizations. A staff of 130 conducts the day-to-day operations and a Board of Trustees oversees the work of the Foundation. David and Lucile Packard passed on the following core set of values: integrity; respect for all people; belief in individual leadership; commitment to effectiveness; and the capacity to think big.
About the Children, Families, and Communities Program The foundations for a lifetime of health and learning are built in the first five years of a child's life, and adults are key to making these foundations strong.
When adults know how to support a child's healthy development and can create experiences for learning, children grow up with the curiosity and confidence they need to succeed in school and life. Many different adults matter to a child's growthfrom parents to child care providers, educators, and health care professionals. They all play an important role in nurturing a child's development, learning, and health.
We can help children have a strong start in life by ensuring that all the adults in their lives are equipped with the best information, coaching, resources, and support they need to help the children in their care grow and thrive.
We aim to:
Improve training and professional development for child care providers and educators so they can support children's learning and growth.
Provide parents, family, and friends that care for children with the skills and support they need to create nurturing environments for children.
Ensure all children and their families have access to and can afford quality health care and health insurance coverage.
About the Partnership The UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business (through the Center for Social Sector Leadership) offers this unique fellowship in philanthropy at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to provide next generation leaders the opportunity to engage with philanthropic and nonprofit leaders and work with a grantmaking team serving diverse issues and populations in the CFC program.
The vision for this partnership is to strengthen the future of philanthropy and civil society by providing recent graduates from diverse disciplines and backgrounds a professional-level introduction to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. The goals of the fellowship are to 1) introduce recent graduates to philanthropy and the role of nonprofits to strengthen their impact in a future career and 2) introduce the Foundation to fresh ideas, new skills, and diverse perspectives.
The position will support the Foundation's strategic planning, grantmaking, research, and monitoring, evaluation and learning for the CFC program. This position will take day-to-day direction from a program officer in the CFC program.
The fellow will join a cohort of six other fellows at the Foundation placed in the portfolios of Conservation & Science, Population and Reproductive Health, and Organizational Effectiveness. There will be quarterly activities for the cohort of fellows.
While placed at the Packard Foundation and receiving day-to-day supervision from a program officer there, the fellow will also enjoy full support from UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business' Founder and Faculty Director of the Center for Social Sector Leadership. The Berkeley supervisor will provide context for the foundation world, access to resources for fellowship success, and personal coaching and supervision for the fellow. Since the purpose of the fellowship is to develop leaders, the fellowship also includes a professional development budget for the fellow to attend early childhood health and education, and philanthropy conferences, take relevant workshops and seminars, receive professional career coaching, and develop specific skills and knowledge particular to the fellow's next career goal. More information about present Research Analysts at the Packard Foundation is available here: https://www.packard.org/about-the-foundation/our-people/uc-berkeley-research-analysts/.
The Analyst will perform analytical studies and make recommendations on a variety of policies, projects, programs and issues regarding children's early learning and health. This position will take day-to-day direction from a CFC Program Officer.
Primary Job Responsibilities
Investigate data, trends, opportunities and gaps in the field to explore a new strategy beyond 2024 in children's early learning and health.
Provide key research, analysis, and support for policies at the intersection of early childhood education and health.
Conduct research and analysis and make recommendations on topics of interest, including projects on systems development, scaling, advocacy, and learnings from the first 6 years of a 10 year strategy in early learning in three communities in California.
Provide written reports and oral presentations to CFC, other Foundation staff and trustees, grantees, and/or funding partners.
Co-lead work on an early childhood nutrition.
Work closely with CFC staff, grantees, funding partners, government agencies, and content experts to develop and implement early learning and health strategies.
Experience in healthcare policy or early childhood education (ages 05).
Demonstrated ability to structure analysis, perform synthesis, and provide written reports and presentations that meet project objectives and timelines.
Strong writing skills to communicate research findings, analysis and recommendations for early learning and health strategies.
Solid communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both orally and in writing.
Solid ability to multitask and efficiently manage multiple simultaneous projects in diverse program areas with demanding timeframes.
Demonstrated strong initiative and selfmotivation.
Knowledge of and experience with nonprofit issues a plus.
Proficiency with Microsoft Windows software including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook.
Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality.
Graduate level education in business, social science, public policy, public health, social work, social science, education, economics, law, medicine, or related fields, and/or equivalent training or experience, is preferred.
Salary & Benefits
This is an exempt, monthly paid position. Annual salary will be commensurate with experience up to $80,000.00.
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