Project Manager II - part-time | Childress Institute

Wake Forest Baptist Health
Job Title: Project Manager II - part-time
Job ID: 7693
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Regular/Temporary: Temporary
Job Category: Professional / Management
Winston-Salem, NCProfessional / Management, Medical, Healthcare8/7/2014CHILDRESS INSTITUTE FOR PEDIATRIC TRAUMA Part-time - 1-2 days per week Temporary position (no benefits)Duties and responsibilities:1. Assist Director with planning for CIPT Summit in spring 2015This position will act as the project manager for the Director. The Director will divide out...

Job Description


CHILDRESS INSTITUTE FOR PEDIATRIC TRAUMA

Part-time - 1-2 days per week

Temporary position (no benefits)

Duties and responsibilities:

1. Assist Director with planning for CIPT Summit in spring 2015

This position will act as the project manager for the Director. The Director will divide out the Summit into projects and assign a number of them to the incumbent:

Attendee transportation and accommodations

Event location, meeting logistics, and meal planning

Overall event communication in terms of time and action calendars and updates as the event gets closer.

2. Assist Director with assessment of corporate and foundation fund raising prospects for FY 2015

The position will run this project solely. He / she will be given the list of corporations and foundations that we have designated as possible. He / she will then develop a process and plan to prioritize the list, make a recommendation on the rank order process of contacting them, develop a game plan with tools to communicate with the corporation / foundation, secure contact and then proceed to engage. This project will be fully managed by the incumbent reporting to the Director. Success will be measured by how many of the corporations and foundations get interested enough in CIPT to hold a meeting with the Director. This is complex and analytical lead generation.

3. Assist Director with development of Greenville, NC market education and activation plan for fall 2015

The position will take a project manager hands on role here in coordination with the medical facility in Greenville, NC. They will work with the hospital project team and coordinate with CIPT and Brenner Children's Hospital in terms of what training programs and tools are needed to train the EMS community in Greenville, NC. This work will require travel and time in market executing the training programs developed by the hospital for the EMS community. This is a very important project for CIPT, as we want the “tool kit” developed for Greenville, NC to be marketable to the rest of the state and other states. The incumbent will lead the project management here with a wide variety of colleagues.

4. Assist Director in development of sports and recreation concussion collaborative for full year 2015

We have established a multi university collaborative that is in the process of creating a working agenda of research and outreach. We will keep the Project Manager informed of our progress here and call he / she in on an ad hoc basis for assistance with components of the major project. This will be a minor role and in a very supportive capacity.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Please see generic description below

PROJECT MANAGER II 1981

FUNCTION OF JOB

Under administrative review, perform management level work directed toward the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a multi-center study or multiple large studies. 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(s).

CHARACTERISTIC WORK

1. Responsible for coordinating the activities of a multi-center study or multiple large studies; oversee the operational activities at the clinical site(s).

2. Collaborate with principal investigator(s) in developing plans for research projects and to discuss the interpretation of results. Negotiate protocol changes with funding agency/sponsor.

3. Assume major responsibility for the successful and timely completion of the tasks that comprise the implementation and analysis phases of a multi-center study or multiple studies to include but not limited to planning, development, implementation, and evaluation.

4. Coordinate the hiring of and provide direction to support staff; plan and coordinate training sessions for project personnel located at the different clinical sites.

5. Translate planning and design decisions into concrete activities and tasks to be undertaken for project implementation, and set priorities for project implementation.

6. Evaluate and interpret collected clinical data. 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.

7. Develop data collection forms, procedural manuals, and other documents required for project implementation and evaluation.

8. Direct the development of computerized methods for monitoring and reporting on the study.

9. 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.

10. 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.

11. Conduct site visits to evaluate staff and study activities. Coordinate sponsor audits.

12. Represent the project to all related community agencies and organizations, serving as the study's liaison, spokesperson, and representative.

13. Conduct meetings and visits with potential study sponsors to promote WFUHS as a study site.

14. Oversee recruitment, data collection, and follow-up activities.

15. Attend and participate in national and local meetings related to the planning, operation, and evaluation of the study.

16. Assist industry representatives (pharmaceutical, device, etc) in planning and implementing future studies due to extensive knowledge in the specific field of research.

17. Responsible for developing and monitoring the study budget(s); compile and prepare financial progress reports. Track payments by sponsors, assuring correct amount received for each participant and testing.

18. 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. Master's degree in a relevant discipline such as psychology, nursing, or basic science and two years of relevant administrative and medical experience in research projects or other health-related activities. OR,

2. Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline such as psychology, nursing, or basic science and four years of relevant administrative and medical experience in research projects or other health-related activities; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

3. Demonstrated knowledge of scientific principles.

4. One year of experience in a supervisory capacity.

ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

1. Experience beyond the minimum required.
2. Experience in the department to be served.

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