Overview

The Louisiana Breast & Cervical Health Program (LBCHP) is seeking a self-motivated, experienced public health professional with excellent organizational and communication skills to serve as the next Assistant Program Manager. The incumbent will join a team of skilled, dedicated professionals seeking to reduce the burden of breast and cervical cancer, particular among people who are most at risk.

Under the broad supervision of the LBCHP Program Manager, the Assistant Program Manager will support and/or coordinate various aspects of LBCHP operations including: contract development and monitoring; grant applications and reporting; partnership development and support; and strategic planning. LBCHP is a program of the Louisiana Cancer Prevention & Control Programs at the LSU School of Public Health in New Orleans, LA.

Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Policy, Administration, Health Communications or related field and 5 years professional level experience in public health program planning, developing grant applications and reports, and managing complex projects. A Master’s Degree in Public Health, Policy, Administration, Health Communications or a related field with 2 years of professional level experience may substitute for required experience. Preferred experience includes: 2 years of professional level experience supervising the work of others; experience in program monitoring and evaluation; experience developing and implementing initiatives to promote health equity; experience developing and monitoring contracts.

LSU Health New Orleans is committed to leveraging diversity as an educational resource and an institutional core value. We seek candidates who will contribute to a climate where students, faculty, and staff of all identities and backgrounds have equitable access and success opportunities. As an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, we welcome all to apply without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

The LSU Health Sciences Center – New Orleans School (LSUHSC, N.O.) of Public Health is one of six professional schools within the University. The School of Public Health (SPH) provides five Master’s level, three PhD level, and one Bachelor’s level program in addition to its numerous research and service programs in order to advance the public’s health and well-being through education, research and service with a focus on issues affecting Louisiana. For additional information about SPH please visit: https://sph.lsuhsc.edu.

LSUHSC, N.O. offers a competitive benefits package including health insurance, financial protection plans, retirement plans, and generous paid time off policies. For additional information please visit: https://www.lsuhsc.edu/administration/hrm/benefits-about.aspx.