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Program Manager II, Health Information Systems

Tulane University Staff
Harahan, LA
Closing date
Feb 14, 2024

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Tulane University's Highly Vulnerable Children Research Center is seeking a professional to join the Protecting Highly Vulnerable Children - Research, Monitoring and Quality Improvement Activity. The project aims to improve the quality, availability, and utility of program-linked data for PEPFAR-funded Orphans, Vulnerable Children, and Youth (OVCY) and DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe) programs. The Program Manager II provides advanced program management to include management of development, outreach, and program personnel. This position contributes to program's strategic planning and goal management. This position provides grant writing support. The Program Manager II provides program support, assistance, and advocacy to faculty and staff, focusing on technical needs for program grant acquisition and management. This position organizes and manages activities to meet program goals. This position provides technical assistance where appropriate towards meeting project deliverables and grant program support. The Program Manager II collaborates with faculty and staff on activity development and monitoring. This position assists faculty and staff to develop specific program and project activity budgets as appropriate. This position manages and monitors day-to-day processes for implementing funded project activities. The Program Manager II supports the Center in leading community-based information system strengthening activities related to program-wide data management and use for PEPFAR implementing partners and other stakeholders in South Africa. This position provides technical leadership and strategic direction to promote electronic health information system adoption, expand access to and use of program monitoring data, and strengthen stakeholders' capacity for data-driven service planning and decisions.•Proficiency in Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
•Ability to analyze data and develop reports, with a willingness to learn visualization tools such as PowerBI or Tableau.

•Familiarity with public health data platforms and digital health solutions.

•Basic understanding of database and data management principles.

•Knowledge of data privacy and security principles.

•Problem-solving skills and ability to learn new data technologies, systems, and processes.

•Attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills for effective collaboration in a diverse, international team.
•Bachelor's Degree in Public Health, Data Science, or a related field.
•3 years of relevant experience (in research or informatics).

•Training in informatics, research, and scientific report production.
•Master's Degree in a Data Science, Social Science, or Health Science field.
•Experience in informatics or research in a health-related context.

•Experience working on projects within or funded by public health agencies (e.g., state health departments, Federal agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

•Aptitude for learning new software tools and technology.

•Experience contributing to scientific manuscripts and presentations.

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