UNIV - Program Manager I - Psychiatry: Women's Reproductive Behavioral Heath Division
Medical University of South Carolina
- Charleston, South Carolina
- Administrative, Operations, Program, & Project Management
- Business Operations
- Full Time
Job Description SummaryThe incumbent directs, plans, organizes, and performs complex instructional and administrative activities with faculty and staff of the Women’s Reproductive Behavioral Health Division within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The division conducts clinical research that aims to improve the identification and treatment of peripartum mental health and substance use disorders and provides direct clinical services to pregnant and postpartum women, and training opportunities for clinicians and clinical researchers.
The incumbent will direct and manage a large multidisciplinary research study with many partners. The research will be conducted in obstetrics practices and helpful for the incumbent to be knowledgeable about clinical services. Responsible for defining program deliverables and managing to a timeline; comfortable directing workflow and providing feedback to team to ensure program goals are met; able to manage appropriately and escalate when necessary. Identifies grant opportunities that are in line with the division, assists with administrative aspects of grants submissions, award and ongoing management of study and progress reports. Recommends new programs, or revisions to existing programs; assesses programs and implements policy, procedure or rule changes. Participates in the management decision-making process for the division.
EntityMedical University of South Carolina (MUSC - Univ)
Worker Sub-TypeResearch Grant
Cost CenterCC001043 COM PSYCH Brain & Women's Health CC
Pay Rate TypeSalary
$52,357 - $74,613 - $96,869
Scheduled Weekly Hours40
Work ShiftDay (United States of America)
Work Schedule: Hours TBD Upon Hire
- 35% - Responsible for defining study deliverables and managing to a timeline. This requires that the PM is knowledgeable about clinical research studies. Also requires good problem-solving skills and how to ensure goals and timelines are meet. Meets with the Division director weekly to discuss deliverables for each study and clinical program and solutions to address any needed changes.
- 35% - Directing workflow and providing feedback to team to ensure study goals are met including screening, recruitment, enrollment, data collection and retention for studies are up to date and accurate. Ensures study recruitment is on track and problem solves on how to improve recruitment efforts if needed.
- 10% - Oversees regulatory documentation for all IRB submissions, approved studies and study sponsor. Prepares progress reports for study sponsors.
- 10% - Reviews study budgets with division director to insure this is on track. Assesses programs and implements policy, procedure or rule changes when needed to better serve our clinical research participants or patients.
- 10% - Identifies grant opportunities that are in line with the division. Assists division director with administrative aspects of grants submissions and award. Reviews budgets with division director and business administrator. Participates in the management decision-making process for the division.
MUSC Minimum Training and Experience Requirements: A bachelor's degree and three years relevant program experience.
Preferred Training and Experience: N/A
Additional Job Description
Minimum Requirements: A bachelor's degree and three years relevant program experience.
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