The RURAL study, under the Section of Preventive Medicine & Epidemiology, seeks a research project manager with experience in epidemiological studies and/or clinical trials, to provide overall project management support for this complex and innovative study. The ideal candidate will have experience in managing a large research project with multiple off-site partners. Manages and directs all phases of the project to ensure that the goals or objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frame. Regularly reviews status of project and makes modifications to scheduling, costing, equipment and staff requirements, as necessary. At the direction of the PI and Administrative Director, assist in providing guidance to the Project Coordinators.
* Develop and maintain systems, tools, and infrastructure needed for overall management of this new, large, multi-state cohort research study * Manages and directs all phases of the project to ensure that the goals or objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frame * Regularly reviews status of project and makes modifications to scheduling, costing, equipment and staff requirements, as necessary * Coordinate goals and effort between the different cores, and serve as the point person in collecting information from partner institutions for progress reports * Serve as the primary liaison for the steering committee, executive committee, and other internal boards * Responsible for identifying and analyzing data that measure the performance of the study in key functions * Responsible for creating written materials and reports that provide ongoing and summative updates on the study * Coordinate NIH regulatory submissions, and event tracking and reporting * Conduct regular videoconferences with study staff and key study leadership. * Travel to sites outside of state may occur a few times per year
Three to five years of related experience required. Master's degree required, MPH or degree in project management preferred. Prior experience as a project manager working in a clinical research study, including an epidemiological study or a clinical trial, is preferred. Candidate should be flexible in situations, able to work in a fast-paced environment, and balance competing priorities.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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