The mission of The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is to eliminate cancer in Texas, the nation, and the
world through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and through education for
undergraduate and graduate students, trainees, professionals, employees and the public.
The primary purpose for the Program Manager include the planning, development, and implementation of the CPRIT Training Program.
KEY JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Update the CPRIT TRIUMPH web page quarterly for the program with any changes to the program, addition of new
post-docs, photos, appropriate department links, etc.
- Maintain a database of top graduate programs in US and abroad in life sciences including a contact individual that
manages data on recent current students and alumni.
- Generate and maintain a database of top cancer researchers (NAS members, NIS members, etc) with track record of
- Create recruitment process for TRIUMPH postdoctoral fellows including recruitment material, advertising strategy
and communications with CPRIT PI and co-PI.
B. Graduate Scholar
- Update CPRIT Graduate Scholar information on the MD Anderson internet site.
- Update the application form with input from CPRIT PI and co-PI.
- Advertise availability of annual graduate scholar fellowships via email to MD Anderson GSBS students 2 months
prior to due date.
- Serve as contact for submitted applications.
- Compile applications, generate excel spreadsheet list of the applicants.
- Place applications on MD Anderson Box for selection committee.
C. Summer Undergraduate
- Update CPRIT summer program information on the MD Anderson internet site.
- Prepare recruitment/marketing materials for mailing (e.g., brochures and posters) to career centers, biology and
chemistry departments at top ranked undergraduate institutions.
- Update the application form with input from KK and SW,
- Generate link on CPRIT summer program web site to the application package
- Compile applications, generate excel spreadsheet list of the applicants
- Place applications on MD Anderson Box for selection committee
- Ensure completion of appropriate MD Anderson onboarding/appointment paperwork for CPRIT TRIUMPH and
Graduate Scholars in collaboration with the trainees' MD Anderson department.
- Responsible for all aspects of the summer program appointment process
- Distribute housing and city information to prospective summer students; serve as a liaison for summer students.
- Maintain database of all trainees (TRIUMPH, Graduate Scholar, summer undergraduate) that includes publication,
meeting presentation, award, patent and grant/fellowship information.
- Maintain trainee tables (NIH style) for CPRIT mentoring faculty in the TRIUMPH and Graduate Scholar tracks.
- Maintain database of TRIUMPH milestones.
- Maintain database of CPRIT Graduate Scholar committee reports.
- Maintain specific database of CPRIT summer program student information.
- Generate and maintain an Endnote library containing all CPRIT trainee publication information (ensure publications
cite CPRIT grant support); include PMID or PMCID numbers.
B. Meetings, Journal Club and other CPRIT events
- Organize and attend monthly meetings with PI, co-PI and ERO financial support team. Keep minutes and distribute
to attendees within a week of the meeting
- Organize TRIUMPH meetings with mentoring faculty and PIs on a regular basis. Keep minutes and distribute to
attendees within a week of the meeting
- Organize TRIUMPH selection committee meetings to interview post-doc candidates
- Organize monthly CPRIT journal clubs.
- Organize CPRIT summer poster presentation.
- Organize CPRIT summer program event schedule.
- Organize other CPRIT events as needed (Shark Tank, Joint Baylor events, etc).
- Coordinate travel and reimbursements for CPRIT TRIUMPH and Graduate Scholars with MD Anderson departments.
D. Grant reporting and submission
- Assist with grant progress reports, including completion of publication, employment and patent information on CPRIT
grant management web site.
- Coordinate CPRIT financial reports with ERO financial team.
- Assist in preparation of new training grant submissions to other funding agencies and for renewal purposes through
Master's or a PhD degree.
Five years of related program management experience.
May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis. With preferred degree, three years of required experience.
Previous experience working with grants and managing training programs.
It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law. http://www.mdanderson.org/about-us/legal-and-policy/legal-statements/eeo-affirmative-action.html
exempt and not eligible for overtime pay
US Dollar (USD) 69,600
US Dollar (USD) 87,000
Maximum Salary :
US Dollar (USD) 104,400