1)Product or Program Manager oversees the planning, alignment, prioritization and co influence across multiple projects in accordance with CTDS mission, including but not limited to product roadmaps, priorities, schedules, activities, risks, requirements, deliverables, dependencies, releases, etc.
2) Develops and manages an evaluation method to assess program and/or products strengths and identifies areas for improvement.
3) Establishes performance goals, allocates resources and assesses policies for direct subordinates.
4) Works with program and product staff to ensure the appropriate approvals are in place for compliance, spanning numerous administrative and operational areas including, but not limited to, IT security, data governance, contractual requirements, NIH guidelines, federal acquisition regulations, etc.
5) Leads technical and non-technical initiates to integrate product strategic plans into program and product deliverables.
6) Represents the CTDS by serving as the key point of contact for relevant program and product communications with various clients, stakeholders, consortiums, team members, collaborators, sponsors, subcontractors, vendors and other participants.
1) MBA or PhD in biology, bioinformatics, computer science, or a related STEM discipline.
1) 4+ years of increasingly advanced experience on complex multi-institutional programs.
2) 3 + years of client relations experience, preferably for open source products and/or large biomedical, translational data science platforms.
3) Experience with open source product management.
5) Experience leading software development programs, projects and/or products.
6) Knowledge of Biomedical IT programs and cloud computing research platforms and products.
7) Proven experience working with key leadership, stakeholders and collaborators to successfully influence and coordinate programs and products objectives.
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