The Markey Cancer Center is recruiting a Project Manager of the HPV-Vaccine Quality Improvement Project, the Children Eating Well (CHEW) project along with various Community Outreach and Engagement components will oversee the execution of a multi-site projects, as part of the Community Outreach and Engagement Office (COE).
This position will manage day-to-day operations with regard to coordination of investigative team meetings, and implementation of programs. The Project Manager will work with implementation sites on issues pertaining to research-related projects and will work closely with Principal Investigators and research assistants to ensure collaboration with the multiple sites and program teams.
This role is critical in the development and maintenance of sensitive and complex relationships between contracted sites across the Markey Cancer Center and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center catchment areas, and the progress and success of the program.
This position will work closely with the principal investigator and program director, and serve as a resource and liaison to the multiple program sites and the implementation of the project.
Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Leadership, communication, collaboration.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
No experience required.
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Master’s Degree plus 3 years related experience in multi-site project management preferred.
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