Program Manager for Professional Skills and Career Development for UCSF Research Trainees
Office of Career and Professional Development at the University of California- San Francisco posted 02/05/13
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Job Title Program Manager, Professional Skills and Career Development, for Researchers
Background on OCPD
The goal of the Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) is to help UCSF biomedical and health science trainees build skills necessary for pursuing careers rich in scholarship, leadership and discovery. The OCPD provides programs, services, individual assistance and web and print resources designed to enhance the academic development, professional development and career development of our students and post-graduate trainees (“scholars”).
Under the direction of the Program Director for Career and Professional Development, the Program Manager will coordinate programs and services for students and postdoctoral scholars pursuing research training (hereafter referred to as “research trainees”). The Program Manager will work primarily in two programmatic areas: 1) Helping research trainees develop the professional skills necessary for success, including skills such as written and oral communication, teaching, management/leadership, mentorship, and professionalism. 2) Helping research trainees develop their career plans and conduct successful job searches.
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