Academic Program Manager 3: SOM: MED: Cancer Center Department-Sacramento Campus
Department Description When faced with cancer, you want the best chance for an excellent outcome. At the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center we are breaking barriers to beat cancer through our commitment to excellence in cancer care.Our approach to cancer care starts with teams of doctors who work together to develop the most effective treatment or combination of treatments for each patient. Your health-care team also includes highly trained nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, radiation therapists, clinical research coordinators and many other health-care professionals. Job SummaryFinal Filing Date : 12/7/19Salary Range : $2,613.03 to $5,245.21Salary Frequency : Bi-weeklyAppointment Type : CareerPercentage of Time : 100Shift Hour : 8 hoursLocation : Comprehensive Cancer CenterCity : SacramentoUnion Representation : NoBenefits Eligible : Yes We offer exceptional employment benefits including medical, dental, and vision plans, generous paid vacations and holidays, excellent retirement savings and investment plans, continuing education, and reduced fee and scholarship programs. THIS IS NOT AN H1- B OPPORTUNITY ResponsibilitiesThe Academic Program Manager 3 serves in a senior administrative capacity coordinating the activities of teams of administrators, faculty and staff in clinical research. The essential functions of the Academic Program Manager 3 are conducted in close collaboration, but with minimal direction, with the Cancer Center's Associate Director for Clinical Research and Associate Director for Administration and serves as the Program Manager for the Cancer Center's Clinical Innovation Groups, helping facilitate advancing the clinical research infrastructure. Additionally, the Academic Program Manager 3 works closely with internal and external collaborators facilitating information and communication relating to research applications or protocols, human subjects' materials, and fostering communication on behalf of the Associate Director. Required Qualifications
Advanced writing, editing and proof-reading skills to write and prepare research grant proposals and clinical protocols.
Demonstrated experience with the conceptualization, organization and development of complex scientific projects in collaborative team settings.
Superior analytical skills.
Experience coordinating, producing and executing contract and grant submissions to federal, state, industry foundations and various funding agencies.
Detailed knowledge of NIH grant application procedures, formats, guidelines and requirements.
Demonstrated experience in preparing effective grant applications, preferably larger-scale, multi-investigator projects involving basic and translational research, research infrastructure facilities, equipment, support programs and research training.
Experience with clinical research protocol development, formatting and submission procedures.
Demonstrated experience in preparing clinical research protocols including but not limited to investigator initiated, industry sponsored, consortium and cooperative group.
Experience organizing large amounts of complex technical information to produce accurate and persuasive text supporting the funding of various research initiatives.
Skills and experience to meet deadlines, develop timelines and work plans, monitor milestones, oversee version control.
Knowledge and experience working with software programs such as but not limited to MS Office; Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher; EndNote; PubMed, Web of Knowledge, Web of Science; and use of web and database searches to gather information.
Skills to interpret, comprehend and comply with university, state and federal guidelines, policies and procedures as relates to the submission and management of contract and grant applications.
Budget and financial skills sufficient to develop accurate budgets for grant applications, clinical research protocols and other proposals, and monitoring of financial accounts.
Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology and oncology processes.
Experience with but not limited to coordinating logistics, schedules, agendas, cost considerations, registration processes, meeting technologies, venue selection and movements of large numbers of individuals in the course of a conference.
Bachelor's degree in related fields and/or equivalent training/experience.
Work occasional evenings, weekends and holidays to meet operational needs.
Provide own transportation to travel to off-site meetings and events.
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