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Clin Research Program Mgr II-PolicyLab Intergenerational Family Services Collaborative

Date: Nov 17, 2017

Location: Philadelphia, PA, US, 19146

Company: CHOP

Job Description

Req ID: 15274

Shift: Days

Employment Status: AF - Active - Regular - Full Time 

Job Summary

This position serves as project director of a multi-year implementation pilot program of community nursing and primary care integration. The project director will coordinate and execute project planning, roll-out, and evaluation activities.  The project director will be responsible for communication and relationship building with community and state policy partners. The project director will be a member of the PolicyLab Intergenerational Family Services Collaborative—the cross-center strategy for issues of innovative family-centered care in pediatrics, social determinants of health, community-clinical linkages and parenting interventions within PolicyLab. The project director will report to the PolicyLab Deputy Director.

Job Responsibilities

The project director will manage the implementation of the project planning period, implementation activities, and evaluation activities for the pilot. In this role, the project director will participate in the development of and execute the strategic plan for the pilot, with responsibilities including: coordinate communication between partners and serve as the main point of contact for clinical and community staff, oversee the project Advisory Board, organize meetings and project implementation activities, prepare quarterly project updates, and coordinate evaluation activities.

The project director will work directly with the PolicyLab Deputy Director to strategize, troubleshoot, and engage community, research, and policy stakeholders to ensure success of the pilot.

The position requires collaborative, interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills, as the project director will represent the pilot project to external stakeholders and project partners.

Work closely with the project research team and PolicyLab policy experts to develop and disseminate strategic communications to policy stakeholders, community partners, and research partners.

Participate in PolicyLab Intergenerational Family Services Collaborative via attendance at Collaborative meetings and participation in Collaborative-related communication activities such as blog authorship or presentations.


Management and Staffing

Coordinate with quality improvement and research staff.

Must be adaptable to do work which is varied, and requires an intellectual and professional approach.

Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations

Required Education and Experience

Required Education: Bachelors of/in Arts/Science in related field

Required Experience: 8-10 years experience in clinical research.  3 years experience in research administration or managing a research group, including budget administration, financial planning, and grants management. 1-2 years supervisory experience.

Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic

Preferred Education: Masters of/in Arts/Science in related field preferred.

Preferred Experience: 5 years experience in research administration or managing a research group, including budget administration, financial planning, and grants management.  Experience in an academic institution strongly preferred.  3-5 supervisory experience in a clinical research environment preferred. 

Additional Technical Requirements

  • Excellent customer service and time management skills required. Must be able to work effectively with minimal direct oversight and manage multiple projects with varying deadlines for several individuals. Must be able to juggle multiple demands, work styles and needs.
  • Must have strong organizational skills, be able to work accurately, pay strict attention to detail, and be amenable to doing varied work that requires an intellectual and professional approach.
  • Successful performance in a high-intensity work environment.
  • Excellent problem identification and problem solving skills.
  • Excellent written and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and materials.
  • Evidence of leadership ability
  • Ability to work with sensitivity to cultural diversity and to assist staff in understanding this diversity

All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.

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