1) Supports the development of innovative data sharing platforms for biomedical research through execution of industry-standard project management across engineering and scientific teams. Develops a deep understanding of research objectives, data, and software capabilities.
2) Represents the Center by serving as the primary point of contact for project communications with clients, stakeholders, consortiums, team members, collaborators, sponsors, subcontractors, vendors and other participants.
3) Ensures the appropriate approvals are in place for compliance, spanning numerous areas including, but not limited to IT security, data governance, contractual requirements, NIH guidelines, federal acquisition regulations, etc.
4) Plans and facilitates various meetings and scientific outreach events to present technical matters to business, scientific, and engineering audiences hosted on-site, virtually, or attending off-site.
5) Reporting of project documentation across different mediums including, but not limited to schedules, activities, risks, requirements, deliverables, dependencies, etc. Includes participating in manuscript preparation, grant proposal development and other artifacts.
1) Ability to take a broad plan or proposal and break it into incremental tasks and oversee the completion of each task.
2) Ability to come into a team used to minimal supervision and oversight and ensure accountability for deliverables.
3) Ability to persuade others to adapt new structures or systems in order to meet objectives.
4) Ability to gain the trust of management in order to gain the authority to successfully coordinate the team.
5) Ability to negotiate successfully on behalf of a unit.
6) Project management kills, including a demonstrated ability to manage own time well and achieve objectives.
7) Ability to collaborate and work as part of a team.
8) Strong analytical abilities, especially with respect to administrative information system projects.
9) Ability to systematize and organize large amounts of data and information.
10) Ability to learn new domain areas and new skills quickly and well.
11) Ability to prioritize multiple projects and independently follow through with details.
1) Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, biology, or another quantitative discipline.
2) Phd in biology, bioinformatics, or a related discipline.
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1) Minimum of four (4) years increasingly advanced experience on complex multi-institutional projects.
2) Minimum of three (3) years of client communications.
3) Experience leading a scientific research project.
4) Experience working on a cross-functional team.
5) Experience working on software development projects.
6) Experience working on a federally funded project.
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