Dept of Mental Health Law & Policy, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental
Health Institute (FMHI), Univ of South Florida invites applications
for two professional positions supported by external funding.
Coordinator, Statistical Research (#12226 and 12227): Candidates for
these two positions must meet minimum qualifications of Masters degree
in Measurement, Information or Social Sciences, Psychology, Public
Health, Education or other related field and two years professional
experience OR a Bachelors degree and four years experience in same.
Completed USF Employment application. Work sample will be requested
for applicants who receive interviews. When applying for this
position, apply for both position numbers 12226 AND 12227.
Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated use of SAS or other 3rd or 4th
generation computer programming language.
Data Infrastructure Position: Position will assist in the management
and continued development of a 2 terabyte SAS research data store.
Position will perform extensive SAS programming and will work closely
with analysts and faculty.
Policy II Analyst Position: Position will assist faculty in carrying
out various research projects. Position will involve project
management, SAS programming, and statistical interpretation of
Salary range: $40,000 – negotiable
The Policy and Services Research Data Center (PSRDC) informs public
policy and program development through the timely compilation,
integration, and analysis of administrative and other data, and
strives to be a leader in management, organization and dissemination
of information on health and mental health issues.
The mission of the Dept. of Mental Health Law & Policy is to provide
the research, consultation, and training needed to improve the quality
of mental health services in Florida and the nation. The de la Parte
Institute is a college within the Univ. of South Florida, a Research I
University, and one of the 20 largest universities within the United
States. USF enrolls more than 34,000 students annually and employs
over 2,000 faculty. The University's diverse population reflects the
ethnic and cultural heritage of the economically dynamic Tampa Bay
region. The Institute provides teaching, research, service and
training, and through its collaboration with academic programs and
departments at USF and in the community, serves as a bridge between
the University and the public mental health system.
Application Process: Send University of South Florida application
(available at http://www.rmit.usf.edu/usfpers/vacancy.html) on paper
specifying the position(s) sought, vita or resume, and names and
addresses of 3 references to Timothy Beams, Human Resources, Louis de
la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Univ. of South Florida,
13301 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Tampa, FL 33612. Applications must be
received by November 4, 2002. The State of Florida has a Public
Meetings Law and a Public Records Law and all university searches are
conducted under the terms thereof. All meetings of the Search
Committee are publicly announced and conducted. All documents
submitted to the committee are treated as open material with the
exception of evaluative documents specific to the performance of the
faculty of the State University System of Florida. USF is an equal
opportunity, affirmative action, equal access institution. For
disability accommodations contact Margaret Fitzgerald, at 813/974-1930
at least 5 working days in advance of need.