Classified Title: [[Research Program Manager]] Working Title: [[OSI Program Manager]] Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MD Starting Salary Range: [[$51,975 - $71,497]] Employee group: Full Time Schedule: [[Monday - Friday, 8:30a - 5:00p / 37.5 hrs per wk]] Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 06-MD:School of Nursing Department name: 10001271-Office for Science & Innovation Personnel area: School of Nursing
The OSI Program Manager will manage daily operations of the Office for Science and Innovation (OSI), promoting faculty, staff, post-doctoral fellows and student efforts to contribute to the research mission of the School of Nursing. The Program Manager will work in collaboration with and under the direction of the Director / Associate Dean for Research. In consultation with the Director, identify and establish science and innovation support initiatives that will require considerable research, initiative, independence, discretion, as well as specialized knowledge of grant preparation; research planning, implementation, and dissemination; and research administration processes.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Oversee development, management and evaluation of OSI activities to ensure that OSI functions are timely and effective. Responsible for preparation and monthly reconciliation OSI budget; preparation and evaluation of OSI project work plans; implementation of reporting procedures to monitor and evaluate OSI and users' outcomes; and supervision of OSI workflow and staff.
Collaborate with Director to establish OSI strategic plan. Responsible for development and distribution of quarterly status and progress of OSI initiatives and ensure their timely implementation and reporting.
Serve as OSI information source and technical advisor for faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows and students by arranging regular contact through individual meetings, seminars and workshops; maintaining a current list of faculty research expertise; researching, coordinating and evaluating services, technology and methods to support science, innovation, and scholarly productivity; and resolving problem situations. Attend research-related events as the OSI representative; recording and disseminating relevant information to stakeholders within SON.
Serve as liaison with SON and JHU offices involved in science and innovation, including Dean's Office, Academic Affairs, Finance & Administration, Marketing and Communications, Johns Hopkins Research Development Team, and Johns Hopkins University Research Administration. Liaise with Johns Hopkins Health System leadership to facilitate communication across entities about nursing and interdisciplinary research opportunities.
Benchmark best practices internally at JHU and at peer institutions, make substantive recommendations, and with Director, coordinate the planning and development of the OSI initiatives. Organize and execute Annual Research Retreat for the School of Nursing.
Identify existing and emerging research opportunities and challenges, investigate and gather relevant information, and provide analysis and recommendations to Director / Associate Dean for Research. Disseminate research and funding opportunities, developments, resources and activities to SON community through OSI website, newsletter, and other communication avenues.
Maintain working knowledge of and compliance with institutional policies and procedures for pre-award grant process and sponsor guidelines.
Coordinate, track and advance research activities including proposal development and submission. This requires work within fixed deadlines to manage detailed requirements and multiple components.
Serve as SON point of contact to the Johns Hopkins University Division of Research Integrity (RI) and Outside Interests (OI) within the Office of Policy Coordination. Lead administrative aspects of Annual Certification of Outside Interests by faculty in accordance with institutional policies and procedures.
Manage recruitment and work processes for OSI staff. Develop OSI staff by providing information, educational opportunities, and mentorship. Facilitate cross-initiative and departmental collaboration, and motivate productive, open communication among all staff members
Bachelor's degree in related discipline. Related Master's preferred. 5 years related experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Related Master's preferred. Related PhD degree preferred. Demonstrated supervisory or lead responsibilities
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The qualified candidate must possess Organizational Astuteness, Managing Technical Processes, Process Improvement, Monitoring and Reporting Skills, Interpersonal Relationships, Supports Innovation, Develop and Implement Standards (Compliance, Ethics), Administrative/Research Writing Skills. The candidate will work with a high level of independence as senior member of the OSI team.
Experience in the grant application development process and research program administration in an academic environment.
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