Reporting to the leadership in Computational Oncology, the Project Manager, Grants will support programs and initiatives throughout the service. The manager will be responsible for designated projects and grant/fund management. You will lead projects and deliverables, analyze issues, present recommendations, communicate information, and respond to inquiries as the main point of contact for all assigned projects.
Lead projects and associated tasks to achieve established goals. You will work with administration and faculty and function as a liaison with external collaborators.
Develop and implement methods and tools by which to prioritize, standardize, and run project activities. Lead project workflows, Gantt charts and timelines, ensuring deadlines and achievements are met.
Lead project teams, monitor, and facilitate work towards project delivery. Responsible for leading meetings and ensuring action items are met.
Obtain, coordinate, analyze and communicate data necessary for fulfilling project needs. Make recommendations regarding projects or programs based on the analysis of information. Recommend metrics to measure success for projects or programs.
Coordinate the submission of all grants (federal, state and private agencies) for department principal investigators (PIs).
Monitor grant and philanthropic expenses to ensure that costs stay within budgeted allocations and adhere to sponsor guidelines.
Use tools (Excel, Cognos, etc) to create and review fund and lab budgets on a monthly basis providing in depth analysis on spending trends; forecast budgetary outlook for future years.
Responsible for managing financial transactions.
A good decision-maker, with proven success at making timely decisions.
Adept at planning and prioritizing work to meet commitments aligned with institutional goals.
Able to effectively navigate complex policies and processes across an organization.
Enthusiastic and capable of creating a work environment where people are motivated to do their best.
Effective at building partnerships and collaborating to meet shared objectives.
Minimum Bachelors Degree in healthcare, science or business with 4-7 years of professional experience. Masters degree (MPA, MPH or science) with 2-4 years of experience preferred.
Advanced proficiency in the use of computers and software such as database management, spreadsheet, word processing, and graphics applications.
Excellent analytical, time management and organizational abilities as well as project management, verbal and written communication skills.
Internal Number: 2020-41692
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