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Business Analytics Developer

To Apply: Business Analytics Developer, the reference number is 54651BR

The Business Analytics Developer brings strong knowledge in data visualization to a small analytics team, interacting directly with end-users to design processes, capture data, and develop metrics for the creation of elegant and user-friendly dashboards. This role will engage across the full development cycle including defining functional requirements, coding, testing, deploying, documenting, and maintaining individual reports and dashboards across several platforms. Along with seasoned experience in visual design, the successful candidate will possess a full understanding of industry practices, standards, and procedures for business intelligence analytics projects.

In addition to the core role as a dashboard developer, s/he will work in conjunction with team members to understand and prioritize business requirements and infrastructure needs. Work includes analysis and design to post-deployment processes, quality assurance, maintenance, and documentation.

Program Manager for San Joaquin Valley Medical Education Expansion (Organizational Consultant 5)

To apply: Organizational Consultant 5, the reference number is 56830BR 
UCSF Medical Education is looking for a leader who brings diverse experiences in program management, organizational development and effectiveness, business process analysis, and strategic planning. The Organizational Consultant will independently use and apply a wide-range of program and strategic management skills to plan and manage the expansion of our medical student education program into a Baccalaureate/MD degree program in the San Joaquin Valley.

In collaboration with the three campuses, the Organizational Consultant will plan the expansion of the program in with the deans and senior staff at the three institutions, UCSF-San Francisco, UC Merced, and UCSF-Fresno. The Organizational Consultant is responsible for the development of a transition implementation plan and the launch of each phase of the curriculum, ensuring, throughout the process, that all accreditation standards are met. The Organizational Consultant will use their skills, knowledge, and experience to understand the program needs and how systems, both technical and non-technical, can support those needs. The Organizational Consultant will use organizational development and program management concepts to resolve the most complex issues with political sensitivity, where analysis of circumstances and information requires an in-depth evaluation of factors. The Organizational Consultant exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results, and will work with stakeholders across the University of California System relevant to the program plans and objectives. The Program Manager will serve as a subject matter expert within our organization, will serve as an expert for organizational development and program management.