Project Manager, Clinical Science

Employer
Medical Device Innovation Consortium (mdic)
Location
Arlington, VA
Posted
Oct 21, 2021
Closes
Oct 24, 2021
Ref
156977458
Industry
Nonprofit
Hours
Full Time
The Project Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of stakeholders, consultants, and staff supporting the programmatic needs of the Program Director. This includes administrative support for travel and events, correspondence, material development, production and distribution, taking minutes, record maintenance, and meeting scheduling. He/she supports the programmatic staff, board champion, steering committees, and work groups through project planning, timelines, deliverables, meeting facilitation, and action item follow up.The individual must have strong communications skills and experience supporting meetings and events; be technically adept with administrative IT tools such as the Microsoft Office product suite including project management software (SmartSheet or equivalent). The person must be highly organized and detail oriented, with the ability to take appropriate initiative. The person must be able to work well in a fast-paced quickly evolving environment.ResponsibilitiesProvides general program support for the Program Director. Supports the development of documents for the various work streams, including templates, frameworks and reports as well as meeting materials and minutes. Supports the management and compilation of stakeholder input to draft documents, including public comment periods Manages the submission and review of application submissions for relevant open opportunities, including Requests for Information (RFIs) and Requests for Proposals (RFPs)Creates and maintains comprehensive project documentation for workstreams Supports the management activities of the programs including Steering Committees and subcommittees, task forces, work groups and grant reports Coordinates, executes, and facilitates meetings with external partners and stakeholders, including acting as a liaison with funding agencies/partners Provide support for meetings, events, webinars and teleconferences for steering committees, working groups, and other MDIC proceedings Provide general support and coordination of programmatic activities including grant management Coordinates and manages metric collection Maintains website content Creates and maintains project schedules for each workstream Creates Standard Operating Procedures as needed Supports stakeholder engagement activities including patient and patient representatives Supports the Program Director in seeking funding sources including writing grant proposals Complete assigned deliverables in consultation with the Program Director Provide regular updates on progress to the Program Director Support MDICs mission of advancing the field of medical device regulatory science Represents MDIC at conferences and other events and meetings QualificationsBachelor of Science/Arts degree in health-related sector or equivalent experience required; Masters degree preferred 1-3 years project management experience Experience with stakeholder engagement Professional experience in health care, MedTech, life science industry, and/or clinical research (private or non-profit sector) Knowledge of patient engagement methodologies, early feasibility studies, medical device clinical trials is advantageous Interest in the medical device industryby Jobble

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