The BloombergAmerican HealthInitiativeseeks a SeniorResearchProgramCoordinatorII to supportproject managementactivitiesforresearchand otherfundedprojectsfocused on developing andtranslatingevidence,advancingpolicy and advocacyefforts, and supportingdecisionmakingandprogramimplementation in its focusareas.TheSeniorResearchProgramCoordinatorIIwill be a member of theBloombergAmericanHealthInitiative’steam andwillsupportthe operationsandexpansion of itsresearchand otherfunded projectprograms.
The SeniorResearchProgramCoordinatorIIwillmonitorresearch and otherfundedprojects,collect andstorevaryingreportsandpublications through a database system, developreporttemplates,supportfaculty in programmanagement,andcoordinateresearch grantandotherfundedprojectsolicitationprocesses.
The Senior ResearchProgramCoordinatorIIwillalso be responsible for the monitoring of activities andsubmission of annual progressreports by endowedBloombergProfessors of AmericanHealth.
Applicants must have outstandingorganizationalskills, be able to manage complex projectswith diversestakeholders, be able to workindependently as well as communicateandcollaborateeffectivelyin a teamenvironment.
The BloombergAmerican Health Initiative(http://americanhealth.jhu.edu) is an effort at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to addressmajorchallenges to health in theUnitedStates.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Provide overallprojectmanagement to assureprojectsadheretodeliverables,timelines,and budgets
Reviewresearchproject budgets for approval
Coordinatethe administration of selectionprocesses for awards
Additionaleducationmaysubstitute for requiredexperience,to the extent permitted by the JHUequivalencyformula.
Master’s degree inpublichealth or a relateddiscipline
Ability to handle multipleprojectssimultaneously
Excellentinterpersonaland team skills,anddemonstratedabilityto interact on a professionallevelwithstakeholders
Excellentorganizationskills and attention to detail
Strong oral andwrittencommunicationskills
Self-motivatedandable to workwell independentlyand in a team
Ability to balancecompetingpriorities and workwell under pressure withdemanding and shiftingdeadlines
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Classified Title: Sr. Research Program Coordinator II Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MC Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 8:30-4:30 Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 05-MD:School of Public Health Department name: 10001021-BAHI Operations Personnel area: School of Public Health
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