The Assistant Director of CD2H oversees the coordination, administration, and engagement of all aspects of the Center for Data to Health, including planning, organizing, staffing, and governing program activities and is a member of the Inter-institutional Translational and Integrative Sciences Lab (tislab.org).
Program management: Coordinates project management across CD2H sites as chair of the operations team. Project management of technical projects using modern or newly developed modes of project tracking and evaluation. Identifies and evaluates the risks associated with program activities and takes appropriate action to control risks. Supports the program evaluation to define outcome measures, assess the strengths of the program, and to identify areas for improvement. Reports assessments, milestones, activities and issues to the CD2H consortium leadership team and recommends changes to enhance the program, as appropriate. Writes program reports for management and for funders; communicates with funders as outlined in funding agreements. Coordinates the annual NIH Research Performance Progress Report process and grant renewal process. In consultation with the OHSU Principal Investigator, OHSU leadership and/or CD2H consortium leadership team, assists in recruiting, interviewing and selecting other qualified program staff. Onboards CD2H staff. Participates as a member of the TISLab
Community communications and engagement: develops outward-bound communications about the project to stakeholders and the broader community; liaises with community leaders, CD2H partners, and external scientific consultants; transparently disseminates ongoing activities and results of all projects; creates new innovative mechanisms to communicate and coordinate with stakeholders; supports development of an open science collaborative community of practice. Engages community members for appropriate CD2H program activities
Strategic Planning: in coordination with Program Directors (PDs) plans the delivery of the overall CD2H program and its activities; monitors milestones; leads software development teams, work groups, and deployment dependencies across the national CTSA consortium. Develops initiatives to support the strategic direction of the CD2H consortium. Plans and implements long-term goals and objectives to achieve the successful outcome of the CD2H program. Develops an operating plan and ensures that CD2H activities operate within the policies and procedures of the consortium governance and NIH policies
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