Plans, coordinates, and arranges PCDC consortia meetings and workshops with key stakeholders including PCDC team experts, physicians, informaticists, technology experts, and project sponsors
Prepares, moderates, and documents PCDC meetings and workshops and related events
Creates project management and consortia work plans and timelines and communicates accordingly with PCDC leadership, project management team, and consortia leadership; Builds and executes project plans for selection of PCDC projects
Ensures project deliverables are completed according to both internal and stakeholder timelines, notifies PCDC leadership when project timelines are at risk, and works with PCDC team members to ensure corrective measures are taken to ensure successful project completion.
Coordinates events, researches logistics, assists with planning and preparing presentations, event outreach, and post-event write ups
Assists with researching funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals, and drafting and/or editing other written materials with moderate guidance
Assists with other administrative projects as needed and acquire higher level guidance and skills
Performs other related work as needed
MS, MA, or MPH in related field
Experience with project management practices, tools, and software
Experience working and communicating effectively with stakeholders from various cultures and countries
Scientific background and interest - particularly biomedicine or public health
Familiarity with clinical/phenotypic data â“ particularly pediatric and/or oncology data
Experience facilitating technical discussions, as well as the ability to synthesize, summarize and generate insight from large amounts of complex data and information
Experience working in non-profit or university research organization
Knowledge of project management concepts, tools, software, and best practices
Strong and effective oral and written communication skills
Ability to facilitate group decision-making processes and foster an environment of healthy team debate and collaboration
Ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders from various cultures, countries, and knowledge bases
Ability to accurately monitor project progress, to keep track of effort and funds expended and committed, and to anticipate at an early stage any need for changes in project direction, scope, objectives, funding, or timeline
Ability to prioritize multiple projects and independently follow through with detail on general, and sometimes ambiguous, instructions for projects
Ability to facilitate technical discussions, as well as the ability to synthesize, summarize and generate insight from large amounts of complex information
Understanding of clinical trial and electronic health record data processes and data flow
Knowledge of medical research (esp. oncology) and clinical data
Excellent communication, time management / organization, troubleshooting, and analytical skills
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