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Project Manager

  • Location: Rockville, MoCo, Maryland
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Government
  • Start Date: 2021-12-17
  • Job Ref: 21-27634
Project Manager: NIH
Overall Position Summary and Objectives
Contractor will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
Minimum Education
Bachelor's - must have
Certifications & Licenses
  • Minimum of 15 years of experience in related field. must have
  1. Budget
  2. Expense reconciliation, project management/planning, timekeeping, fellowship program management
  • SharePoint
  • ERA Modules
  • MS Office
Field of Study
  • Business Management and Administration
  • Work products and documents related to providing research management and analytic support for a range of major projects, including development of research protocols; design and develop survey data collection instruments; develop computerized systems for data collection; review and edit analytic databases -
  • Work products and documents related to participating in various conference calls and meetings for defined research projects -
  • Work products and documents related to conducting literature searches and providing summaries of findings -
  • Work products and documents related to the creation and maintenance of a slide library of graphics that represent past, current, and planned DAR research and priorities -
  • Work products and documents related to preparing analytic reports on the extent and effects of Division of AIDS Research (DAR) supported research -
  • Work products and documents related to developing/participating in special scientific analyses of DAR program and research priorities; provide direction and oversight of scientific research grant analyses -
  • Plan, manage, and evaluate the research and research training grant portfolios
  • Manage budget and provide advice and guidance and recommend solutions to grant and contract budgetary problems caused by shifts in policy, changes in program priorities or program objectives to the division director, branch chiefs and program managers
  • Coordinate all fiscal and administrative grant activities for the division and the center
  • Serve as the primary resource to manage the division and centers complex research, training, rms, and travel budget portfolios
  • Prepare forecast budget requirements
  • Analyze disbursement of funds between the mechanisms by each branch of the division
  • Compare growth rates between branches and advise the division and center directors of the results
  • Prepare daily budget updates to ensure that the decisions are accurate and appropriate
  • Oversee administrative staff and coordinate responsibilities