This highly independent full time, career position is within the NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Core Center (EHSC) and located in the Department of Public Health Sciences. The Environmental Health Sciences Core Center at UC Davis, one of more than 20 NIEHS Core Centers, advances scientific research; fosters interdisciplinary collaborations; promotes community engagement; facilitates translation of research; and provides support and mentoring to new EHS researchers. EHSC has seventy-one members, spanning seven colleges/schools at UC Davis and engages stakeholders across California with an emphasis on the San Joaquin/Central Valley and areas affected by wildfires. EHSC is comprised of: Exposure Core; Integrated Health Sciences Facility Core; Community Engagement Core; Pilot Projects Program and; an Administrative Core.
The Center Program Manager directs the activities of the entire EHSC and manages and supervises the work of all staff in the administrative core and is responsible for both short and long-term strategic planning; overseeing the center budget; fostering collaborative relationships at UC Davis and across the region; developing and implementing center programs; and seeking additional funding.
Demonstrated experience creating long term vision and strategic planning to determine areas of improvement and programmatic success
Demonstrated experience exhibiting a high level of diplomacy in facilitating relationships and meetings with stakeholders, donors, and government officials
Demonstrated experience providing sound recommendations continually to faculty, steering committee, and external advisory boards
Demonstrated extensive experience managing public health programs or other large research centers