PROJECT MANAGER

Location
Philadelphia
Posted
Feb 08, 2017
Administrative Jobs
Academic Affairs
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Duties: We are seeking an experienced project manager to support implementation of a HRSA-funded Center for Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care that is one of six Academic Unit - Primary Care Training and Enhancement sites nationally. The manager work with the PI and the project team to manage the implementation of projects, including development and implementation of research projects, generating and submitting progress reports, and managing timeline. The project manager will also be responsible for stakeholder engagement including a 'community of practice,' two advisory boards, project work groups, meeting coordination, website maintenance, program evaluation, dissemination, and supervising staff in the department. This position is also envisioned to oversee and coordinate community and population health activities in the Center for Community and Population Health in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.

Qualifications: A Master's degree in public health, nursing, social work, epidemiological research, or related field, and at least 3 to 5 years of experience or an equivalent combination or education and experience required. Organization, verbal, written, and interpersonal skills are necessary to interact effectively with all research team members, as well as with members of the Penn and Philadelphia community. All applicants must be able to demonstrate familiarity with word processing, spreadsheet, database, statistical software, and web-based applications. Knowledge of regulatory processes is required. This position is contingent on continued funding.

Reference Number: 40-24962

Salary Grade: 028

Employment Type: Exempt

Org: FM-Family Medicine

Special Requirements: Background check required after a conditional job offer is made. Consideration of the background check will be tailored to the requirements of the job.

Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research