- Directs special projects for a non-central division or department.
- Manages the strategic planning process and oversees progress toward achieving project goals.
- Develops and administers project budgets.
- Participates in the identification of funding sources, initiatives and strategies.
- Prepares communication documents for articles, reports, and/or presentations.
- Develops short and long term project goals and objectives.
- Represents and promotes projects at speaking engagements and with various constituencies.
- Conducts research, analyzes data and identifies and summarizes trends.
- Develops and prepares reports.
- Serves as a liaison with other university departments and represents projects at meetings and events.
- May hire, supervise and evaluate staff. Performs related responsibilities as required.
- A bachelor's degree and five years of project management or related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Proficiency with various computer software packages.
- The ideal candidate will have a strong familiarity with program development, clinical research, healthcare operations, stewardship and sponsor reporting.
- Superior project management skills, familiarity with research methods and data collection, and a strong history of robust faculty collaboration.
- She/he will also have significant experience liaising with internal and external partners to independently monitor and advance an ambitious project within an exceptionally short timeline.