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Project Manager, Health Surveillance - Georgetown University Main Campus
The Project Manager plays a leading management role in the Health Data Analytics Program in the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research. Acting as the project manager for a multi-year $4M+ project coordinating the implementation of a federally funded HIV/STI surveillance technical assistance project, the incumbent will: manage all programmatic and administrative aspects of the project; coordinate HIV/STI health surveillance data integration technical assistance to public health department jurisdictions; engage with internal and external program evaluators and ensure effective and efficient data collection, respond to client inquiries related to their technical assistance needs; manage and communicate about the day-to-day activities of delivery of technical assistance; assist in the development and execution of data sharing agreements between various departments/divisions within each public health jurisdiction; assist with budget review and modifications; and report on project status to participating jurisdictions, Office of the Senior Vice President for Research leadership, PI's and funding agency as applicable. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Maintain program documentation including routine status reports, project management documents, meeting notes and agendas
Facilitate communication between public health jurisdictions and project staff regarding technical assistance needs, surveillance and programmatic data collection, and program evaluation efforts
Supervise graduate student research assistant acting as project support and data integration assistants including providing guidance on the creation of data integration requirement gathering documents, the creation of technical assistance plan documentation along with other tasks assigned
Coordinate with Office of the Senior Vice President for Research Senior Advisor on budget and budget modifications
Programmatic and Technical Management
Collaborate in the development of program evaluation tools with members of the Health Data Analytics team and the external program evaluator
Maintain and oversee the implementation of the individualized technical assistance plans of the participating jurisdictions, including conducting a needs assessment related to data integration, lead the prioritization of technical assistance tasks, and presenting project information and project data to external stakeholder groups
Coordinate and communicate all activities related to the delivery of technical assistance to public health jurisdictions
Respond to public health jurisdictions inquiries regarding the delivery of technical assistance and program evaluation efforts including the evaluation of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) data
Provide technical, planning, and implementation support to public health jurisdictions including assisting in the development and execution of Data Sharing Agreements (DSAs)
Interact with University Information Services (UIS), the Program Director and/or the PI to provide feedback on client needs regarding subcontracts, the delivery of technical assistance and technological needs
Funding Agency Management
Facilitate jurisdictional meetings including soliciting recommendations from public health jurisdictions on data quality improvement efforts and provide the information to the Program Director, PI's and other integral program staff
Plan and manage routine calls and visits with funding agency
Maintain all required reports to funding agency, including the Annual Progress Report (APR) and program evaluation documents
Ensure compliance with any funding agency reporting requirements and all project deadlines
Master's degree required in public health, epidemiology, public policy, or other similar/related field.
5-7 years' related experience in infectious disease, epidemiology, and health care outcomes in pursuit of identifying underlying socioeconomic problems and policy evaluation.
Working experience with SAS, SPSS, or STATA or R; understanding of relational databases.
Previous experience in HIV and STI surveillance a plus.
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