Program Manager

Birmingham, Alabama (US)
$47,486.40 - $74,484.80
30 May 2019
End of advertisement period
26 Jul 2019
Contract Type

This position administratively manage one or more program/s within the School of Medicine (SOM). To independently design, develop and administer program content for the assigned program. To establish program objectives, maintain policies and procedures, serve as liaison between the program and internal/external stakeholders. To provide administrative support to faculty, staff, students and the outside community. To manage assigned program fiscal operations, develop and provide reports and/or analyses.

This position will also manage and coordinate all tasks associated with funded studies and assist PI with writing grants and publications. Serve as the administrative point of contact for current and future grants. Responsible for development and implementation of program protocol including assisting in development of protocol. Supervises staff at two sites to ensure adherence to study protocol and managing the budget. This includes identifying challenges and solutions in collaboration with clinical staff and study PI.


  1. 1. Serve as the administrative point of contact for current and future grants.
  2. Oversee meetings with local community members to gather information and feedback for how to execute certain research functions of the grant; i.e., recruitment of minority participants, conduct certain aspects of research (e.g., focus groups, etc.), and ensure the community is involved in the research process.
  3. Ongoing coordination and communication with the PI on current and future grants and managing other logistics Work with other Program Manager(s), staff and Post Docs to help conduct literature reviews for articles, regulatory forms, for grant applications.
  4. Assists in the preparation, editing, and submission of presentations and publications. Facilitating budget expenditures and reconciliation in accordance with UAB and Departmental policies and procedures. Conducting literature searches, adding references to End Notes, and reviewing NIH grant submission guidelines, and journal submission guidelines.
  5. Setting up meetings and communications with other collaborators to have discussions about grant/article formulation during the planning phase and organizing and coordinating during the submission phase.
  6. Developing graphs, reports, list of references.
  7. Assisting with collecting and entering various survey data related to a project(s). Summarizing and ensuring data integrity for project data.
  8. Perform other duties as assigned.

(Annual Salary: $47,486.40 - $74,484.80)

Bachelor's degree in a related field and three (3) years of related experience required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement.