University of Rochester Sr Information Analyst - 219453 in Rochester, New York
Sr Information Analyst Job ID 219453
School of Medicine & Dentistry
Full/Part Time Full-TimeFavorite Job
Full Time 40 hours Grade 054 Psychiatry M&D Research
8 AM-4:30 PM
The Prevention Training and Systems Specialist (PTSS) will lead in piloting, customizing, and implementing prevention program training, research, and dissemination within the School and Community Prevention Program (SCPP). The SCPP develops, implements, and researches multiple network health and prevention programs. A key strategy we employ across programs is to train and support peer key opinion leaders (peer leaders) to be agents of change in their own social networks. As our program grows, we have an increasing need to integrate systems-level approaches into program training and peer leaders' prevention activities. Examples include extending peer leaders' communication and messaging activities into their families, to broaden program reach and impact. A critical need is for a prevention specialist with skills and comfort to apply systems level concepts across these program areas.
The SCPP requires a PTSS who has expertise in systems-level interventions, such as family and group interventions, and in training. Thus, we see this position as blending work in the front lines of school and community based prevention through training, as well as in training development and conceptualization.
Independently train/implement programs at multiple settings.
Advise schools and participants through program requirements, developing relationships with educators and administrators. Prepare and support school staff in working with messaging and prevention activities that might be new to them.
Develop protocols for entire team to use in new prevention activities designed to expand reach into families and other systems.
Perform petty cash custodian responsibilities, transact participant payments, track budgets, and reimburse program expenses.
Development: Training and Implementation to Expand Prevention Reach
Make recommendations to principal investigators for new approaches for extending interventions into families and other broader systems such as school social networks.
Evaluate (based on own experience in the field and outside input) and recommend training methods and prevention messaging activities from other health promotion areas for new program development.
Design and launch new approaches for interactive prevention messaging activities, working in collaboration with technology specialists in SCPP.
Design and implement new strategies for peer leaders to identify family members and others to engage in prevention activities.
Development: Program Content and Media
Develop content and strategies in revisions of program curricula to incorporate new systems level approaches.
Develop communication tools for informing school leadership about new intervention content and strategies.
Participate in writing grants, academic papers, and other program or evaluation materials, as needed.
Training Staff and Research Participants
Oversee orientations and training of new staff and interns for prevention programs. Develop and implement goals, protocols, and procedures.
Serve as consultant for outside personnel implementing School and Community Prevention programs off-site.
Provide training and support for staff and community members participating in prevention programs.
Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field, and Master's degree in Library Science, Information Science or related field desirable, and 4-5 years experience in the analysis and dissemination of information plus supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
5-7 years of experience in system-orientated intervention and training. Masters degree in related field preferred.
Ability to adapt and contribute to new processes and designs; adhere to best research practices; communicate effectively in a team environment; and develop relationships with staff and participants. Some travel required.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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