Unit-preferred Competencies 1) Knowledge of project management concepts and best practices. 2) Broad familiarity with numerous information technology disciplines. 3) Strong and effective oral and written communication skills. 4) Outstanding leadership skills, including the ability to bring differing factions together to reach decisions in a timely manner in large-scale fast-moving projects. 5) Ability to facilitate technical discussions, as well as the ability to synthesize, summarize and generate insight from large amounts of complex data and information. 6) Ability to accurately monitor project progress, to keep track of effort and funds expended and committed, and to anticipate at an early stage any need for changes in project direction, scope, objectives, funding, or timeline. 7) Ability to prioritize multiple projects and independently follow through with detail on general, and sometimes ambiguous, instructions for projects. 8) Knowledge of medical research (esp. oncology) and clinical data.
Preferred Qualifications Experience 1) Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline. 2) Two to three years of experience in a variety of progressively responsible information technology or scientific research roles. 3) Successful experience leading at least one sizable, complex project, preferably serving multiple and/or competing constituencies.
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover letter 3) List of references NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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