This position is funded by a multi-year grant project. The Project Manager will report to the Project Leader for the clinic evaluation, as a part of the larger evaluation of Choose Well within the College of Public Health. Choose Well is a state-wide initiative to reduce unintended pregnancy. They will be responsible for the following elements of the clinic evaluation project:
serving as main point of contact with project personnel logistics planning
facilitating administration of the clinic surveys
scheduling and completion of interviews with administrative-and clinic-based personnel
performing data collection, database creation, data verification, data analysis and manipulation, data interpretation, and report generation
collaborating with researchers in report generation for granting agency, as well as manuscript preparation for publication.
The Project Manager will perform other duties as assigned. This position will be the first point of contact for questions from the study sites regarding data elements for the clinic evaluation. The Project Manager will also be responsible for ensuring expenditures are within budgeted amounts.
Successful candidates should have a demonstrated commitment and contribution to fostering and advancing equity, diversity and inclusion.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of research and evaluation methodology for the social sciences, including qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Knowledge of computers including word processing, presentation, data entry and analysis software.
Knowledge of SAS or SPSS statistical software.
Ability to comprehend and prepare needed data analysis reports and presentations.
Knowledge of electronic health record software, statistical software, spreadsheet and word processing software.
Knowledge of technical writing, budgeting, and program evaluation. Knowledge of foundation grant management.
Ability to manage a budget. Ability to work independently. Ability to communicate effectively.
Ability to prepare manuscripts and evaluation reports for publication and dissemination.
Ability to plan for and conduct meetings both in person and remotely. Ability to coordinate multiple resources and tasks.
Master’s degree in Public Health/Social Sciences or a related field
Training in research methodology and statistical analysis.
Two years of experience in research project management preferred.
Previous experience in a university environment is also preferred.
Interested applicants should apply via the ETSU Jobs website at https://jobs.etsu.edu/postings/14677