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The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) is affiliated with USU and provides administrative services for positions with the CDP. HJF is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving military medicine and public health.​ Available positions are listed below.

Manager, Digital Communication

Data Manager I

Administrative Assistant II


Administrative Assistant II: HJF is seeking an Administrative Assistant II for the position for the DoD Child Collaboration Study. This project explores telehealth and tele-education feasibility and best practices to increase access to specialty care for military-connected children and families. The incumbent will perform various administrative and clerical duties supporting the project, the DoD Kids team, and its administrative and executive staff. The DoD Kids team is developing numerous asynchronous trainings for this project and planning two multi-stakeholder convening meetings for 2023, among other activities. The incumbent will:

Responsibilities:

  • Set up and maintain electronic program files
  • Perform typing assignments and data entry into program files, software, and shared drives, including updating databases.
  • Create, edit, and maintain documents and spreadsheets to track the status and progress of tasks. Proofread all work.
  • Schedule meetings and maintain calendars of the DoD Kids team, as needed.
  • Record meeting minutes and correspondence as directed.
  • Respond to general program-related emails, with assistance as needed.
  • Test asynchronous courses as needed in the Learning Management System and provide feedback.
  • Responsible for all communications regarding internal pilot testing for asynchronous trainings.
  • Assist with completing and compiling documentation for submission to obtain continuing education credits.
  • Accountable for managing travel arrangements for attendees at upcoming stakeholder meetings.
  • Assist with initiating, organizing, and completing program activities.
  • Identify and implement additional strategies to promote external visibility of the program, including background information gathering, locating marketing resources, and other resources as identified.
  • As an integral member of the DoD Kids team, the AA is encouraged to recommend new procedures or strategies to improve processes or address challenges.
  • When assigned or directed by the supervisor or program manager, may perform other duties and responsibilities.

May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. This may include attendance of and participation in required training for role.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Applicants must have a general knowledge of business practices and professionalism to succeed in this role. Knowledge and skill in proper grammar, punctuation, spelling and other professional writing standards will be essential. The applicant should also be skilled in typing and data entry, basic office software, and organizational strategies.

The DoD Kids team is looking for an Administrative Assistant who can work quickly and meet identified deadlines while also being detailed and conscientious in their work. Applicants should be self-motivated, organized, and work well autonomously. Applicants must be skilled interpersonally to be a great fit with the team. The DoD Kids team is both highly independent and interactive. The team works with several external organizations and individuals, so our Administrative Assistant must have excellent verbal and written skills, with the ability to provide task updates ad hoc and at scheduled meetings. Applicants must possess the ability to provide customer service in a culturally sensitive, accessible, and inclusive manner that demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

This position requires a willingness to learn about the DoD Child Collaboration Study and to develop basic familiarity with military and behavioral health culture and terminology. Prior experience within military and behavioral health care settings is strongly preferred. A candidate who has knowledge and experience with government travel is also preferred.

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Manager, Digital CommunicationHJF is seeking a Manager, Digital Communication for the Center for Deployment Psychology to develop strategies and implement tactics to expand CDP's outreach and digital presence. This position will research, design and create social media, digital, and print outreach tools as well as develop ways to connect online with a variety of audiences. Applicants must possess the ability to provide customer service in a culturally sensitive, accessible, and inclusive manner that demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The incumbent will:

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and project manage new and creative digital outreach and marketing campaigns for HJF and, potentially, for its customers Maintain lists of publication citations for internal reporting and public website, and compile schedules of conference participation through publication tracking process.
  • Researches and writes content for print and online communication vehicles, including articles for corporate and employee newsletters, news articles for the employee Intranet and public website, and web content
  • Plan, implement and maintain social media and digital outreach strategy and tactics for HJF initiatives, events, and other communication efforts.
  • Create, curate, and manage online content via HJF-owned digital assets, including websites.
  • Provides communication services to various directorates and internal programs.
  • Track and report metrics to measure and improve outreach efforts through surveys and other tools.
  • Tracking Center wide communication and outreach efforts.

May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. This may include attendance of and participation in required training for role.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must have outstanding writing skills.
  • Proven writing experience.
  • Keen ability to distill complex ideas and scientific information into language appropriate for a lay audience.
  • Strong interpersonal, research and interview skills.
  • Solid understanding of SEO and content marketing.
  • Ability to identify new digital and print outlets.
  • Customer-service mindset and excellent interpersonal, organizational and time management skills.
  • Must have sharp editorial, proofreading and organizational skills.
  • Ability to provide customer service in a culturally sensitive, accessible, and inclusive manner that demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

For more information on the position or to apply, please click here.


Data Manager IHJF is seeking a Data Manager I for the Center for Deployment Psychology to assists with activities related to CDP’s mission, which is to lead the development of a community of culturally mindful and clinically competent providers through the delivery of high-quality training and education, the convening of experts, and the dissemination of research-based treatment and the latest topics in military behavioral health. The Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) provides administrative and management support to CDP. The CDP envisions a future in which all service members, veterans, and their families receive quality behavioral healthcare that meets their unique needs. We aim to achieve this vision through efforts to train military and civilian behavioral health providers to provide high quality deployment-related behavioral health services to military personnel and their families.

Responsibilities: HJF is seeking a Data Manager I to provide analytic support to program evaluation and research efforts at the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) and ensure data quality and data integrity for CDP and its stakeholders. Applicants must possess the ability to provide customer service in a culturally sensitive, accessible, and inclusive manner that demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The incumbent will:

  • Assist with the import, cleaning, analysis and summary of data with the purpose of understanding or making conclusions from the data for program evaluation and research purposes.
  • Conduct data collection activities in coordination with the program evaluator and evaluation team members.
  • Support the development of evaluation and data collection tools, including surveys and other quantitative and qualitative measures, to assess the processes and effectiveness of training workshops and events.
  • Apply basic statistical and analytic techniques to data in support of process- and outcome-level program evaluation and research studies.
  • Assist in making data accessible to the program evaluator, researchers and other end users through the development of data summaries.
  • Participate in data-related projects, including but not limited to data collection, data analysis, and the summary of findings across CDP programs and directorates.

May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. This may include attendance of and participation in required training for role.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge and application of data cleansing and migration techniques.
  • Demonstrated analytical skills and interest in analyzing data.
  • Must have strong Excel and word processing skills.
  • General knowledge of SPSS software.
  • Familiarity with online survey tools (i.e., Survey Monkey, Qualtrics).
  • Ability to recognize data issues and participate in remediation activities.
  • Statistical and data analysis skills; knowledge of both quantitative and qualitative data preferred.
  • Ability to translate and summarize data outcomes in written and oral formats.
  • Ability to provide customer service in a culturally sensitive, accessible, and inclusive manner that demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Must be adept at scheduling and conducting multiple projects at one time and working across multiple teams.

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