This 100% position is for a Project Coordinator (Project Policy Analyst I) within the California Early Psychosis Training and Technical Assistance Center. The Project Policy Analyst I plays a pivotal role in ensuring the successful implementation and progress of our grantee Technical Assistance (TTA) plans and serves as an authority on county progress towards TTA plan goals, including training, staffing, and general progress. The Analyst assists UCD and collaborating team members with the implementation, operation, and data collection for EP programs, and ensures the programs receive specialized training to provide high quality, evidence-based services. The Analyst performs a range of duties, including scheduling meetings, sending communications, tracking training attendance, organizing calendars, creating meeting agendas and taking meeting notes, conducting site visits, collaborating with county partners, and other administrative tasks.
Writing samples may be requested for use in the screening process; assessment of writing skills may be included as part of the interviewing process.
Apply By Date
9/28/2023; Interviews and recruiting process may occur at any time
Bachelor's degree OR Associates degree OR at least 2 years of demonstrated experience working in a project coordination/administrative role
Demonstrated experience with project coordination, including monitoring progress toward deadlines and ensuring goals are met
Writing skills to initiate, compose, word process, format, proofread and edit various professional documents and correspondences for distribution to a variety of audiences
Demonstrated ability and experience with managing calendars and schedules and coordinating meetings, events, and logistics. Knowledge and experience with online meeting platforms, such as Zoom, Skype, or Microsoft Teams
Knowledge and demonstrated experience with various software programs such as Word, Excel, Slack, and Planner (or other relevant project management software) in a professional setting
Demonstrated ability to identify and record actionable items and other tasks from meetings and meeting notes, and to follow up on outstanding tasks
Strong communication and intrapersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both verbally and in writing
Bilingual language skills (use in professional settings) are preferred to assist in dissemination of materials in multiple languages as well as to support engagement of diverse community partners
Experience and working knowledge of mental health practice, research, and/or science
Lived experience as a consumer of mental health services or as a support person of someone with mental health challenges
The Early Psychosis Clinical and Research Program seeks to provide training and technical assistance (TTA) as well as outcomes data collection support to early psychosis (EP) programs across California. This program involves collaborations across the state as well as with other US and international entities.
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This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks.
As a condition of employment, you will be required to comply with the University of California Policy on Vaccination Programs, as may be amended or revised from time to time. Federal, state, or local public health directives may impose additional requirements.
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