Program Director I

Compensation

: $162,005.00 - $167,060.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Executive Management



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Overview

GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Program Director is responsible for managing the day to day operations of NIH or other externally-funded, large scale projects. The program director will collaborate with investigators, consultants, project directors, and contract officers at the university, commonwealth, and national levels.

Responsibilities

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Direct and coordinate all phases and operational tasks of assigned research projects, e.g. recruitment/screening/follow-up activities; intervention design and implementation activities; and data collection and management activities

* Monitor grant expenditures, including subcontractors work, collaborate and negotiate with subcontractors in the coordination of off-site operations

* Participate in the conceptual design of new studies

* Responsible for the management of difficult participant cases and adherence to protocol issues

* Assist in the development of annual budgets and technical reports in collaboration with the Administrator

* Develop and supervise collaboration with participating research sites

* Plan, conduct, and record meetings of steering committees, data analysis, and other appropriate working groups

* Design and assist in the production of self-instructional and multi-media programs that promote research goals

* Write the quarterly progress reports and annual progress reports for submission to the external funding agency

* Participate in qualitative and quantitative data analysis

* Coordinate schedules of subcontractors and professional consultants to meet project plans

* Recruit, select, supervise and evaluate activities of project employees and field staff

* Assist with orientation and supervision of graduate interns (e.g. public health or medical students) and research assistants

* Participate in new funding proposal development.

* Participate in the writing and production of manuscripts.

* Design and conduct formative and pilot studies, e.g. focus group session with study participants.

* Provide direct backup for the Principal Investigator and serve as the P.I.'s designate as appropriate.

* Perform other job duties as required.

Qualifications

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

* Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Public Health, Health Education, or equivalent experience

* 5-7 years experience developing, implementing and evaluating health education/health promotion activities, or related experience

* 3 years experience in supervision of staff, project management of large scale research projects, and developing budgets

* Strong theoretical and analytic skills

* Demonstrated experience in problem solving and developing collaboration between investigators and institutions

* Demonstrated experience in data management, computer use, and data analysis

* Communication skills, both oral and written necessary to interact with funding agencies, other research sites, other study personnel, and Medical Center staff

* Ability to travel to both local and national off- site locations

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator or designee

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

Manage project employees and field staff

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

Usual Office Environment
Associated topics: administrative, administrative assistant, administrative coordinator, assist, associate, chief operations officer, facilities, food, operational assistant, support * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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