The TMW Center at the University of Chicago seeks a Project Manager to manage the conceptualization, development, and dissemination of the 3Ts campaign and the testing of its TMW-Letâ™s Talk! parent group intervention. The Project Manager will lead TMW Centerâ™s work with a human-centered design firm to design the 3Ts campaign, manage the timeline for the internal creation of materials for the campaign, and develop a plan to implement the campaign within communities. The Project Manager will also manage the timeline and execution for the wider dissemination and testing of TMW-Letâ™s Talk!, including leading the planning, preparation, and launch of the study to evaluate the efficacy of TMW-Letâ™s Talk!, and providing ongoing management of the study once launched. The ideal candidate is a flexible, creative thinker who can synthesize and develop new ideas, as well as a disciplined, experienced project manager with demonstrated expertise in meeting timelines and deliverables.
Project manage the work with the human-centered design firm to conceptualize and design the 3Ts community-wide campaign
Lead the process to select the human-centered design firm
Manage regular communication with design and development partners and TMW Center leadership, including scheduling, facilitation, and documentation of calls, monitor and report on progress to goals
Manage a log of decisions, changes, and major components or functionality to serve as living document and primary record throughout 3Ts Campaign development
Manage the content development of the 3Ts Campaign: monitor and drive toward successful completion of these deadlines
Lead the development of a 3Ts Campaign dissemination and implementation plan, including drafting the supplementary materials needed to enable a partner community to uptake the campaign
Manage staff member in charge of supporting the implementation of the 3Ts Campaign
Plan TMW-Letâ™s Talk community implementation in concert with PNC Grow Up Great strategy; build partnerships with collaborating sites
Project manage development of study design (in coordination with PI and Director of Research Operations and Strategic Innovations)
Create study implementation plan, including the following: secure all necessary materials/collateral, permissions for implementation, data collection and quality plan, with guidance and collaboration from the Research Operations and Research Analysis teams
Coordinate trainings of implementing staff with TMW Training Manager
Monitor timely progress of study toward goals and deadlines
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate and share feedback with diverse audiences, required.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously required.
Problem-solving skills, including a strong ability to prioritize, required.
Proven ability to establish and stick to timelines required.
Excellent organizational skills, including strong attention to detail, required.
Knowledge in relevant scientific field, including research techniques or methods, required.
Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures, including IRB procedures, required.
Ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects simultaneously required.
Ability to train others required.
Initiative and independent judgment required.
Education, Experience and Certifications:
Bachelorâ™s degree required.
A minimum of two years of related experience required
Experience working with tech developers and tech design and engineering teams strongly preferred.
Experience with Microsoft Office required.Experience with project management and prototyping software preferred.
Contact Information for at least three supervisory references
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