Project Manager, Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization
New York University
Location: New York City
Internal Number: 120551
Position Title: Project Manager, Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization School: NYU's School of Global Public Health Center/Institute: Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization (CADIO) Supervisor: Linda Collins (Center Director) Schedule: Full-Time | Hybrid Eligible Number of Positions Available: 1 Employment Dates: March 1, 2023, to February 28, 2024, with the possibility of an extension
Project Manager in the Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization. This individual will work with the Director, Associate Director, and affiliates to support the overall mission of the Center. The position will be focused on the operations of the Center and will involve managing all Center projects, including: managing in-person and online meetings and events; making arrangements for visitors; helping to manage the Director and Associate Director's calendars and travel; assisting in development and maintenance of training materials and online courses; providing support for submission of grant proposals; providing post-award grant management support; assisting in preparation of reports to funders; and managing a budget of about $300k. It will also involve assisting with strategic communications, including: assisting with production of a Center newsletter, and regularly updating the Center's dynamic website. The position also will include other duties as assigned. This is a new Center and this individual will have the opportunity to shape its evolution.
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage all projects and oversee workflow for various tasks, meetings and events
Manage in-person and online meetings and events, such as trainings, advisory council meetings, brainstorming sessions, consulting sessions, and webinars
Make arrangements for visitors to the Center
Assist in managing the Director and Associate Director's calendars and travel
Assist in development and maintenance of training materials and online courses
Provide support for submission of grant proposals, including managing workflow in the completion of grant proposals
Provide post-award grant management; assist in preparation of annual reports to funders
Manage a budget of approximately $300,000 combined from internal and external revenue streams
Assist with production of Center newsletter, including maintaining email mailing list of subscribers
Webmaster for Center website. Tasks include: work with Director to obtain and develop online content; regular updating of the website; assess need for design, content and programming revisions; liaise with website designer or programmer as necessary
Other job duties as assigned
In compliance with NYC's Pay Transparency Act, the annual base salary range for this position is $73,000 - $95,000. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate's work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.
Required: Bachelor's degree
Preferred: Master's degree in public health, higher education administration, or a related field
Administrative and Project management experience
Excellent communication skills
Strong computer skills (Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and Google Apps;
Ability to be productive working independently.
Preferred: Project Management Professional certificate
Please submit your Resume and Cover Letter via the Interfolio application.
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