Post-award Project Manager
The Department of Geographical Sciences is seeking a Faculty Specialist/Senior Faculty Specialist* to serve as the Post-award Project Manager to support project management needs of multiple scientists in the Department. The Post-award Project Manager will work with individual Principal Investigators, Research Coordinators, and the Director of Administration to manage awarded projects following the requirements of various funding agencies. Tasks will include:
- Tracking milestones of project implementation specific to the Funder’s requirements
- Organizing, formatting and packaging project reports
- Assisting project teams in compiling and formatting the necessary information to support project implementation.
- Assisting in coordination of project implementation with multi-institutional partners
- Supporting logistical needs of projects (e.g. assisting with field work logistics)
- Helping organize project meetings, visitors & associated logistics
- BA/BS degree
- Project management experience
- Strong organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills
- Successful candidate will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and attention to detail.
- Ability to handle multiple, sometimes competing priorities, and provide excellent outcomes within required time frames.
- Proven analytical skills are required, proactive solution orientation is a must, as well as the ability to be responsive to the needs of PI’s and Research Faculty.
- Experience with reporting requirements and electronic submissions for a range of funding agencies is preferred.
- Experience with project management software and advanced excel skills including pivot tables.
- Background understanding of Geospatial Analysis/Remote Sensing/Earth System Science
Applications should include a cover letter, a signed and dated resume, and the names and contact information (including e-mail and phone) of 3 references.
For best consideration applications should be submitted no later than August 19th, 2022, but the search will continue until a suitable candidate is appointed.
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