Program Manager, IMPACT
This position will be responsible for independently managing several areas within a multi-disciplinary research and training program on infectious diseases of a senior faculty member in the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH), with a heavy focus on grant management. In addition, the position entails providing logistical guidance to students from Yale and international sites who are interested in the area of research of the senior faculty member and who are implementing their investigations abroad.
Management of YALE-IMPACT project and act as main liaison between various Yale-IMPACT members. These activities include preparing and delivering reports and action plans for team members; assessing project performance and providing guidance to team members; coordinating cross-project activities; and helping with preliminary analysis of data.
Coordination and support for established grants. These activities include establishing subcontracts and budget plans; collaborating with staff at Yale and at our international sites to evaluate the progress of research and training; overview of account activities of grants and preparing progress reports in collaboration with Business Office staff at YSPH. In addition, this position also will provide logistical support for the submission of new grant proposals.
Coordination of the implementation of NIH-supported Global Health Fellows training program and research projects at international sites. These activities include recruiting fellows; implementing fellowships; establishing subcontracts and budget plans together with, collaborating with leadership and staff at international sites to evaluate the progress of research and training; and preparing progress reports
Providing logistical support to undergraduates, MPH and PhD students within our group as they develop their global health research projects, including support to submit IRB protocols and implementing and evaluating their research projects at international sites.
1. Oversees the advancement and growth of the program. Gives direction and leadership supporting the philosophy, mission, strategy, and annual goals and objectives. Assumes primary accountability for disseminating and publishing all program information to create public awareness and support of the program.2. Works closely with leadership, internal and external colleagues, and community residents to further develop and implement strategic plans.3. Identifies, solicits, and cultivates community partnerships and collaborations to assist in the development and growth of the program. Develops the metrics to identify and measure the success of the program. Responsible for measurements of grant success and related evaluation.4. Assists in identifying and evaluating potential future funding sources, and contributes to the submission of grants and contracts supporting the program, including the annual submission and writing of all content areas and budgetary sections of grant applications. Develops and manages the program’s operating budget.5. Develops the administrative infrastructure of the program. Manages human resource and administrative functions of the program, including staffing and hiring, supervision, performance development, counseling and discipline, if warranted. Oversees and manages information systems, facilities, and space needs.6. Investigates, identifies, implements, and oversees the maintenance of systems to gather, track, and report information to support the initiatives of the program. Tracks all program activities and regularly informs leadership of progress on each initiative. Recommends structural or programmatic adjustments, changes or additions based on full knowledge of missions, goals, and objectives.7. Initiates, designs, and manages the compilation of program communications; identifying outreach potential, and promoting philanthropic and collaborative support of the program. Contributes to the development and assists in the management of content on the program’s website and monitors all changes and additions to the editorial content.8. Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience
Minimum requirement of Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and four years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Required Skill/Ability 1:
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Required Skill/Ability 2:
Thorough understanding of project and program management methods with the ability to lead interdisciplinary teams to produce timely results.
Required Skill/Ability 3:
Demonstrated experience with grants management and coordination of international projects and contracts, clinical protocols and establishment of IRB protocols.
Required Skill/Ability 4:
Ability to work independently and under minimal supervision and solve problems.
Required Skill/Ability 5:
Excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office and related software.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills:
Master's degree in public health. Background in program building and/or management. Fluency in statistical software for data analysis. Knowledge of Portuguese and/or Spanish language.
Weekend Hours Required?
Evening Hours Required?
Background Check Requirements
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