$80K — $100K *
The Research Project Manager carries a wide range of responsibilities for research studies, including complex data management projects and survey studies. It is responsible for managing complex projects and orchestrating the activities of project team members. The Project Manager takes a leadership role in guiding resource allocation and strategies in projects, with the oversight of a Principal Investigator. The role is also closely involved in the operational leadership of a research project or team, working with autonomy but in close coordination with the Principal Investigator.
Competitive candidates will demonstrate success managing federal grants, budgets, developing and refining IRB applications and human subjects materials, effective communications, developing agendas, meeting minutes, managing relationships, and guiding legal agreements and contracts processes. An additional preferred strength is the ability to contribute to team discussions of clinical decisions, research methods and manuscript development. This person must be able to use a thorough understanding of project objectives to plan resources for areas of the study/ies requiring specific and in-depth expertise. This project manager also takes initiative to contribute to the operational excellence and success of the Research Project Management Office.
A combination of education, experience and demonstrated skill set including many, but not necessarily all, of the following:
Valid through: 12/16/2021