The RCTR/GaCTSA Program Manager will support and coordinate the activities of the RCTR and GaCTSA federal grants. This person will provide key management and coordination of the administrative, communication, dissemination, outreach, and research technical assistance activities.
- Initiate, coordinate, and monitor the status of requisitions and purchase orders; accounts payable and invoicing; travel requisitions and reimbursements; and contractor/consultant/subaward grantee contract routing.
- Schedule and manage logistics for internal staff, key personnel and external collaborators
- Coordinate and develop communications for the public, team members, leadership, governance committees, and external research collaborators, through e-mail and mass marketing, phone, webinars, electronic newsletter, social media, and virtual mediums (e.g. Skype, video conference, etc.)
- Liaison with other programs, offices, and departments at MSM, and across RCMI institutions.
- Provide support for monitoring, reporting, and dissemination activities.
- Prepare written materials, charts and graphs, formatting and referencing, and other content for manuscripts, presentations, key deliverables, and grant proposals.
- Provide administrative support and technical assistance to the research project and core teams, as deemed necessary.
- Provide support to the Clinical Research Center in executing strategic planning, public relations, expansion and sustainability activities.
- Provide the Clinical Research Center with collecting data for the Board of Trustee report.
- Assist with departmental grant proposal submission, progress reports, in eRA Commons and NIH assist.
Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in health education, education, or similar area.
2-4 years related experience in program coordination or grant management required.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, database, forms, and survey design software.
Knowledge of and experience using virtual communication, website, social networking, social media platforms.
Master’s degree preferred (MPH, MPA, MPP).