The Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare brings together engineers, clinicians, and care providers who are leveraging data analytics in novel ways, are pioneering new technologies, and are applying systems engineering principles to speed the deployment of research-based innovations that will enhance the efficiency, effectiveness, and consistency of health care. We are currently recruiting for a Program Manager to facilitate collaborations and help further the mission of the center.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Program & Research Development, Program Design & Implementation
Create new initiatives to expand center research capacity.
Provide research development support and oversight of Center projects i.e. finding common and complementary research interests among university faculty and divisions.
Operational management and oversight of existing funding programs-including advertisement, collection, and review of proposals, communications about awards and/or reviewers' comments.
Engagement of new departments, units, centers, and/or collaborators in the center programs.
Increase student engagement.
Work with faculty to further their competitive positioning and provide them with elements of research planning in an effort to improve their competitive capacity, reduce the time they spend engaging in administrative tasks, proposal writing and development activities, and increase the time focused on research, etc.
Develop solutions to program and research collaboration challenges.
Provide assistance with proposal development, contract negotiation and contract compliance, as needed (proposal preparation may include assisting with plans, technical and financial terms of the RFPs).
Assist faculty with for the successful start and execution completion of their projects on time and on budget. Help set and track project milestones, deliverables, assign responsibilities; monitor and summarize progress for projects.
Draft reports for stakeholders, including upper management and sponsors, regarding status of projects.
Develop spreadsheets, diagrams, and process maps to document needs and report results.
Serve as a point of contact for all grant related questions and coordinates meetings with collaborators as required.
Present data at internal and external program meetings
Complete special projects as needed.
Stakeholder Engagement & Management
Identify, promote and build relationships between MCEH stakeholders within and outside of Johns Hopkins, including corporate and community entities.
Cultivate and strengthen relationships with faculty, students, and colleagues across units, including but not limited to different schools, academic departments, research center, institutes, and other relevant organizations.
Manage priorities to maximize internal and external stakeholders' engagement.
Engage with Development and JHTV staff and potential donors in networking, content creation and search for new opportunities and growth.
Marketing & Communications
Conceptualize, oversee logistics, and evaluate special events to increase MCEH visibility.
Advise on and help plan marketing and communications activities, including but not limited to website, social media, brochure and poster content, event promotion, and community/network expansion.
Bachelor's Degree in related field.
5 years of relevant work experience.
Project/system process lifecycle experience, including 2+ years of direct project management.
Excellent leadership skills with ability to negotiate and work collaboratively
Excellent verbal and written communication and organization skills
Knowledge of formal project management methodologies
Knowledge of government and industry sponsored research and development programs
Experience in a higher education environment.
Excellent skills with common computer programs such as Acrobat, Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
Excellent presentation skills
Self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented
Capable of working on many projects and tasks simultaneously, often with competing deadlines
Requires demonstrated capacity for leadership
Requires commitment to work collaboratively with the senior management team
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Graphic design skills and data analysis skills a plus.
Knowledge of grant writing.
Knowledge of budget management .
Classified Title: Program Manager Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/ME Starting Salary Range: $62,780-$86,390-$110,010 Annually (Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: MTWTF/7.5 Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Hybrid/Homewood Campus Department name: Malone Center for Eng in Healthcare Personnel area: Whiting School of Engineering
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