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The Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center/Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons is seeking Board Eligible/Board Certified Surgeons at the Assistant, Associate or Professor levels. These positions carry full-time faculty appointments at Columbia University and admitting privileges at one of Columbia’s affiliated institutions.
Fellowship trained applicants in the following subspecialties are most
- Adult Reconstruction
- Sports Medicine
- General Orthopedics
Candidates for appointment at the Professor level should have recognized status in the field of Orthopedic Surgery, exceptional clinical and surgical skills and extensive research and teaching experience. Candidate must be board certified or board eligible in Orthopedic Surgery and must be eligible to practice in the State of New York.
Highly motivated and creative applicants with excellent organization and communication skills are encouraged to apply.
This is a full-time position with Columbia University officer benefits. The position will provide exceptional opportunities for research and career development.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer To apply please follow link – https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1484749358650
Program: Bridges to Health
Reports to: Bridges to Health Director
APPLICATION DUE DATE: February 3, 2017
The Bridges to Health Program Manager is responsible for supporting the Bridges to Health team’s advocacy and policy agenda. The Program Manager will work with community members, legislators, and government agencies, and must have a thorough understanding of the policymaking process. Additionally, the Program Manager will have a key role in developing research and advocacy materials, which serves as the foundation for Greenlining’s health advocacy. The Bridges to Health Program Manager reports to the Bridges to Health Director.
ABOUT THE GREENLINING INSTITUTE
The Greenlining Institute works to bring the American Dream within reach of all, regardless of race or zip code. In a nation where people of color will make up the majority of our population by 2044, we believe that America will prosper only if communities of color prosper.
Founded in 1993, The Greenlining Institute is a policy, research, organizing, and leadership institute working for racial and economic justice. Greenlining advocates on a variety of major policy issues, from the economy to environmental policy, civic engagement and many others, because we recognize that economic opportunity does not operate in a vacuum. We work to ensure that diverse communities are participating in all major policy debates and discussions, to ensure our communities are “at” rather than just “on” the tables of policymaking.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Critically analyze the root causes for racial and ethnic health disparities, and identify opportunities for combatting these trends through advocacy and health policy research.
- Support health advocacy strategy, particularly with regards to boys and men of color, and health workforce opportunities.
- Identify opportunities for engagement and partnership with private sector entities such as not-for-profit hospitals, health insurance companies, etc.
- Advocate for greater data collection on the health needs of communities of color, particularly how public and private institutions influence the health and wellness of communities of color.
- Monitor and track policy development and current issues across the state and nation.
- Produce top-quality written materials for a variety of audiences, including media/communications, memos, fact sheets, issue briefs, and research reports.
Policy and Advocacy
- Develop strategy to advance racial and health equity in Sacramento, through lobbying, research support, testifying at hearings, and other activities as needed.
- Represent Greenlining at convenings and stakeholder meetings through our various partnerships, such as the Fight4OurHealth Coalition, the Alliance for Boys and Men of Color, the Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership, and others.
- Outreach to community partners across the state to build a network of activists and advocates that support the Bridges to Health program’s policy platform.
Mentorship and Supervision
- Mentor Leadership Academy participants (interns, Summer Associates, Fellows), and provide guidance and support in leadership development.
- Assist the Leadership Academy with the selection process for Fellowship and Summer Associate applicants.
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Committed to serving communities of color and low-income communities.
- A Bachelor’s degree, plus 2-3 years of relevant issue experience, is required. A Master’s degree in a relevant field (MPP/MPH/MUP/MA, etc.) is a plus.
- Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks; detail oriented with strong organizational skills.
- Experience with issue campaigns, including strategy, advocacy, and organizing, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Track record of influencing and collaborating with a broad array of constituency groups such as business, labor, and community advocates.
- Familiar with health policy and racial equity issues.
- Strong writing and public speaking skills; ability to present complex information in a meaningful way.
- Experience with the California policymaking is a plus.
- Bilingual Spanish skills are a plus.
- Fundraising experience is a plus.
- Supervision skills are a plus.
This job is demanding and requires common sense, warmth, humor, and the ability to work responsibly and efficiently. Candidates should be able to multi-task in a dynamic environment.
Salary: Salary based on experience. Excellent benefits including paid vacation, health, vision and dental insurance, and 401(k) retirement plan. Greenlining is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and a welcoming workplace. We encourage women and people of color to apply.
For further information please click on the link: http://www.idealist.org/view/job/8N3tc3Xw8b3p/