Wake Forest Baptist Health
Job Title: Project Manager I
Job ID: 3430
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: Professional / ManagementWinston-Salem, NCProfessional / Management, Medical, Healthcare7/15/2013Internal Medicine - PulmonaryFull-time regular, 40 hours/weekTracks up to 10 grants, develops and administers the Critical Care Research budget, and verifies and reconciles accounts. Completes financial documents pertaining to projects and study patient participation. Coordinates all...http://www.wakehealth.edu/HR/Project-Manager-I-3430.htm
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary
Full-time regular, 40 hours/week
Tracks up to 10 grants, develops and administers the Critical Care Research budget, and verifies and reconciles accounts. Completes financial documents pertaining to projects and study patient participation. Coordinates all personnel functions such as scheduling and in-hospital work flow for the Critical Care Research team. Tracks and updates personnel funding and efforts for certification and long-term employment. Represents the Principle Investigator in various meetings, assists in developing research team policies, and serves as the liaison with other departments and outside organizations. Plans and coordinates renovation, construction, and moving activities, negotiates contracts when it concerns Critical Care Research. Assists as needed in recruitment efforts including placing ads, coordinating itineraries, and scheduling seminars.
FUNCTION OF JOB
Provide overall administrative direction and coordination for policies, procedures and programs of the Outpatient Critical Care Research endeavors.
1. Provide administrative direction and coordination in the formulation, interpretation and administration of current and long range policies, procedures and programs.
2. Administer contracts and grants in accordance with established policies and sponsor's requirements regarding records, reports, controls, and conditions governing expenditure of funds.
3. Establish major schedules, task assignments and allocation of manpower, and equipment to ensure conformance with departmental commitments.
4. Determine Outpatient Critical Care research's fiscal requirements and prepare budgetary recommendations; monitor, verify and reconcile expenditure of budgeted funds.
5. Maintain liaison with all levels of administration, faculty and outside organizations to coordinate departmental business, accomplish directives, negotiate contracts and facilitate the resolution of problems.
6. Coordinate the compilation of and prepare operational and financial reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
7. Plan and coordinate construction, renovation and maintenance activities within or related to the department.
8. Provide coordination of programs, and development and maintenance of other academic matters; present training sessions on administrative or other viable topics as required.
9. Represent the Principle Investigator in meetings, conferences and other affairs of an administrative nature; negotiate and make decisions in areas delegated on behalf of Principle Investigator.
10. Supervise and coordinate various personnel functions including but not limited to hiring, merit recommendations, promotions, transfers and vacation schedules.
11. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
12. Coordinate all study patient participation for inpatient and outpatient study activities.
13. Provide current knowledge of research policies of the institution.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
1. Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline.
2. Three years of administrative work experience in a hospital or medical school setting or equivalent combination of education and experience.
3. Knowledge of health care administration and medical research.
PROJECT MANAGER I 1971
FUNCTION OF JOB
Under administrative review, perform management level work directed toward the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of the assigned project(s). This classification requires the use of judgment and discretion in performing the assigned duties and responsibilities related to the project. These actions tend to establish precedents and direction for the project.
1. Assume major responsibility for the successful and timely completion of the tasks that comprise the implementation and analysis phases of the project to include but not limited to planning, development, implementation, and evaluation.
2. Coordinate the hiring of and provide direction to support staff; plan and coordinate training sessions for project personnel.
3. Translate planning and design decisions into concrete activities and tasks to be undertaken for project implementation, and set priorities for project implementation.
4. Manage the preparation of progress reports and quality control monitoring; participate in the analysis of study data and the writing of scientific papers for publication.
5. Direct the development and preparation of data collection forms, procedural manuals, and other documents required for project implementation and evaluation.
6. Direct the development of computerized methods for monitoring and reporting on the study.
7. Ensure that all aspects of the study are conducted in accordance to the study protocol and contract; ensure that all legal aspects adhere to state and federal regulations and guidelines.
8. Ensure that all requirements of the Medical School and the University are complied with, relative to the conduct of the study; ensure that all technical requirements of the funding agency are met, including auditing requirements.
9. Represent the project to all related community agencies and organizations, serving as the study's liaison, spokesperson, and representative.
10. Oversee recruitment, data collection, and follow-up activities.
11. Attend and participate in national and local meetings related to the planning, operation, and evaluation of the study.
12. Responsible for developing and monitoring the study budget; compile and prepare financial progress reports.
13. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND GIVEN
Oral and/or written instructions are received from supervision. Provide direction and guidance to project staff.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
1. Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline such as psychology, nursing, or basic science.
2. Three years of relevant administrative and medical experience in research projects or other health related activities or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
3. Supervisory ability.
4. Demonstrated knowledge of scientific principles.
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
1. Master's degree in a relevant discipline.
2. Experience beyond the minimum required.
3. Experience in the department to be served.
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