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Project Manager - Office of the Senior Vice President for Research (OSVPR)
The Project Manager plays a leading management role in the Health Data Analytics Program in the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research (OSVPR). Acting as the project manager for one or more multi-year $1M+ projects using the ATra Blackbox secure data analytics platform. Current uses of the ATra Black Box include the national de-duplication of the National HIV/AIDS Surveillance System (NHSS). A short presentation on ATra is here . Additional information about previous ATra projects can be found here . The incumbent will: manage all programmatic and administrative aspects of the project; coordinate enrollment of clients (typically health department jurisdictions nationwide); respond to client inquiries related to the Blackbox system, SAS data extraction program, Verify program, and data outputs; manage and communicate about the day-to-day activities of the project(s) during validation and production runs; provide technical support to clients; facilitate coordinating board meetings; maintain and implement client recruitment plans; assist in the development and execution of data sharing agreements and data security guidelines; assist with budget review and modifications; and report on project status to clients, OSVPR leadership, and funding agenc(ies) as applicable. Duties include but are not limited to:
Programmatic and Administrative Management
Maintain program documentation including routine status reports, documentation for Canvas, project management documents, meeting notes and agenda.
Facilitate and participate in the development of program evaluation reports in collaboration with members of the Health Data Analytics team.
Maintain and implement recruitment plans for clients (such as health department jurisdictions) including prioritization of new project participants, and presenting project information and project data to external stakeholder groups as recruitment mechanism.
Supervise graduate student research assistant acting as project support and data analyst including providing guidance on the creation of project test data, the creation of end-to-end data testing protocols and validation.
Coordinate with Office of the Senior Vice President for Research Senior Advisor on budget and budget modifications.
Coordinate the enrollment of clients into Health Data Analytic project(s), including conducting programmatic and technical readiness sessions with new clients.
Respond to client inquiries regarding the ATra Black System including; trouble shooting SAS program output issues, assisting clients in the use of the Verify program as needed, and explaining in detail ATra Black Box Outputs to clients.
Provide technical, planning, and implementation support to client; including providing feedback on data processing.
Assist in the development and execution Data Sharing Agreements (DSAs) and Data Security Guidelines (DGS).
Interact with UIS, the Program Director and/or the PI to provide feedback on client needs/wants regarding connectivity, reporting and support.
Master's degree required in public health, epidemiology, public policy, informatics, or other similar/related field
5-7 years' related experience in infectious disease, epidemiology, and data analytics in pursuit of identifying underlying socioeconomic problems and policy evaluation.
Working experience with SAS, SPSS, or STATA or R; understanding of relational databases
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