The Behavioral Health Project Administrator is responsible for the administrative management and leadership of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and Research, and for the Center leads special projects and business plans, reporting on behalf of the Center, and serves as a liaison for the various JHM programs under the Center.
In this role, you will provide project controls oversight of project deliverables in efforts that include the planning, analysis, design, development, test and transition of systems, standards, compliance, and improvement support for systems being developed under the project.
In this role, you will maintain expert knowledge in his or her specific field and identifies national trends as they apply to the population they serve in order to establish needs and program priorities.
In this role, you will participates in all day-to-day activities associated with clinical trials registration and disclosure, including: Expert guidance on interpretation for clinical trials registration requirements including FDAAA, International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.
In this role, the successful candidate will participate in developing training materials, including presentations on interventions to improve physical health in serious mental illness in support of community partners health promotional activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will facilitate effective integration and alignment of AI D.X. Center overall program goals and specific initiatives with broader Armstrong Institute goals, services, committees, programs, and efforts.
In this role, you will update documents via SharePoint, coordinate review and approval of documents, and release documents. The selected candidate will track tasks and service requests from the customer following standard processes and tools.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide technical support for quality improvement activities of external collaborators clinical departments and work units, specifically providing them with the necessary tools and approaches to improve specific measures of quality.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop roadmap to incorporate related projects and phases into TIC program, complete and maintain professional documentation for projects and deliverable, and manage the TIC new trial pipeline by identifying new opportunities.
The Technical Project Administrator is responsible for coordinating technical aspects of implementation including Kronos Workforce Central technical components and technical infrastructure (systems, network, hardware, etc.).