The TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health at the University of Chicago seeks an experienced project manager to lead the development and testing of its TMW Tech Platform, which will be used to deliver its public health interventions aimed at impacting early childhood development. The TMW Center is launching in 2019 a multi-year community- wide demonstration project, through which the TMW Center and community partners will implement parent-directed interventions designed to promote young children’s cognitive and social-emotional development at scale. In support of this, the TMW Center is designing and building a TMW Tech Platform that will deliver TMW’s interventions, facilitate intervention delivery by providers, and collect data to power program evaluation and further development.
The project manager will work with a human-centered design and development firm, an internal informatics group, and the TMW Center team to manage across the entire development life cycle and ensure on-time delivery of a quality product.
Candidates with experience in project and product management who have passion for developing tech solutions to address public health concerns are encouraged to find out more! If interested, reach out to Kristin Leffel at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume.
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