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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Program Manager.
In this role, the successful candidate NYU School of Medicine's Department of Population Health (http://pophealth.med.nyu.edu/) is seeking applications for a full time program manager. We are looking for a candidate with a masters degree in social or behavior science (or related field) with an interest in developing expertise in community-based health disparities research in immigrant and minority populations and at least 5 years of relevant experience. The candidate will work with faculty in the Department's Section for Health Equity. The vision of the Section for Health Equity is to promote health equity in racial and ethnic minority populations and socially disadvantaged communities through community engagement, research, training, and policy. Current areas of research include: community health worker interventions to improve prevention and management of chronic diseases in immigrant populations; community-clinical linkage models in hospital and health system settings; community engagement and outreach projects; and implementation and dissemination of evidenced-based interventions in community settings. The candidate will work across related NIH-funded studies, participating in study implementation, data analysis, and interpretation and preparation of study findings for publication.
Assist the project principal investigators in the planning, development, and implementation of the projects goals and objective related to evaluation.
Devise project plans across projects to be maximally efficient. Coordinate and carry out the development of research tools and activities. Coordinate, implement and analyze outcomes and activities.
Manage progress toward deliverables to ensure project goals and objectives are met and appropriate process and impact measures are developed and implemented.
Supervise research staff, including hiring, scheduling, evaluation, ensuring roles and responsibilities are being carried out, and providing support for professional development activities.
Develops and administrates program budget, in collaboration with Director/Principal Investigator. Responsible for the budget management and resources allocation. Reviews sponsor-proposed budget for adequate coverage and recommend changes as appropriate. Reviews workflow and recommend improvement if applicable to ensure appropriate cycle times and efficiency. Assists in the preparation of funding reports to funding agencies.
Prepares and submit grant applications and other grants related and activity such as developing grants applications/proposals and fund raising activities if applicable. Develops business plans to identify areas of research and grant opportunities. Identifies new funding opportunities and sources for research grant. Initiates and manages grants. Develop new IRB protocols and oversees coordinators efforts regarding grant submissions and renewals.
Responsible for ensuring compliance with external and internal regulations and policies, governing data management and data systems, and project-related requirements related to grant funds, including preparation and timely submission of reports for funding agencies.
Gathers, collects data from different parties, ensures accuracy and analyzes findings and presents recommendations as applicable. Responds to requests for information, summaries, and data based on information compiled from various sources. Plans, develops materials and presentations for training and educational sessions. Oversees research staff responsibilities in recruitment and retention monitoring of research studies.
Report directly to principal investigators on the progress and accomplishments of project goals and objectives.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a:
1. Master's degree public health, psychology, epidemiology or related fields with 5 years of relevant experience. 2. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects. Must possess efficient time management skills with an ability to meet deadlines. Ability to work with minimal direction and on a self-directed basis as well as in a team setting. 3. Demonstrate interpersonal, written and oral communication skills in English to effectively communicate, collaborate, and establish and maintain good working relationships with a diverse population of multi-disciplinary researchers, faculty and staff. Demonstrated ability to communicate with tact, diplomacy, flexibility, professionalism, and discretion. 4. Familiarity with grants development and submissions, pre- and post-award activities. 5. Demonstrated skill in qualitative data analysis, such as focus groups or semi-structured interviews. 6. Demonstrated skill in quantitative data analysis for clinical trials or epidemiological studies, including work with large datasets and advanced computer skills. Experience using data analysis software (e.g., SAS, SPSS, Stata, SUDAAN) OR demonstrated skill in qualitative data analysis including developing topic guides and code books. Experience using data analysis software (e.g. Atlas.ti, Dedoose, NVivo). 7. Demonstrated skill in written communication that expresses complex clinical and scientific content in understandable terms. 8. Experience supervising staff members and working in collaborative environments. 9. Strong desire and commitment to work on Asian American and immigrant health disparities research.
Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate degree (PhD, EdD, DrPH or equivalent) in public health, psychology, epidemiology or related fields or an MD
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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