We are seeking a Project Manager (PM) who will serve as the primary contact between each BEDAC client and research team members and provide traditional project management support as well as manage technical research computing requirements. The PM, in a traditional role, will facilitate communication, develop agendas and minutes, manage timelines and tasks, oversee scope of work and budget, and review deliverables.
The PM, in a technical role, will work with technical staff to manage requirements and the development and maintenance of systems, processes, and reports, according to the project and data lifecycles.
The PM will coordinate several small projects within the BEDAC research portfolio as well as provide support to a Senior Project Manager for two large portfolio projects. Additionally, the PM will supervise regulatory affairs, improve information sharing practices, and support the development of scientific deliverables. The PM will keep all key stakeholders abreast of project status, resolve issues, oversee change management, and ensure that BEDAC standard operating procedures are followed.
The Biostatistics and Epidemiology Data Analytics Center (BEDAC), formerly the Data Coordinating Center (DCC) has been a data management resource center since 1984. The BEDAC assists with questionnaire and data collection form design; implementation of study protocols; data management; data entry; and statistical, database, and web-based programming.
Our staff of statistical programmers, web programmers, and data managers have expertise in study design; electronic data capture; subject tracking systems; quality control procedures; and statistical methods.
The BEDAC creates systems and procedures to avoid many of the difficulties typically encountered in research collaborations. With an experienced team of data professionals, we can provide data management and procedural consistency to ensure the highest quality data.
The ideal candidate will have strong written, organization, and interpersonal skills, and a public health background. The PM will have the ability to lead multiple studies simultaneously, utilize time and resources efficiently, prioritize, and delegate tasks to ensure completion of competing assignments within established timeframes.
1-3 year of experience in public health research or equivalent.
Bachelor's degree, required
Master's degree, preferred.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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