The Project Manager leads project management efforts for multiple GSCN projects to ensure all tasks are completed on time, within scope, and within budget. The Project Manager also leads all client and workteam meetings, directs measurement tool development, oversees IRB submission, supports data collection efforts, and directs deliverable development.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
¥ Lead project management efforts to ensure all projects are completed on time, within scope, and within budget.
¥ Support grant and RFP proposals by compiling supplementary materials and preparing, revising, and finalizing proposals.
¥ Review contracts to ensure alignment with workplans and project plans.
¥ Oversee project files including the creation, usage, organization, and archival of project folders and documents.
¥ Develop and manage project plans inclusive of project stages, tasks, assignments, and deadlines.
¥ Schedule, organize, and lead client and workteam meetings; develop agendas, document notes, and oversee action items.
¥ Delegate tasks to workteam members; provide direction, guidance, and feedback as necessary.
¥ Direct measurement tool development by leading planning sessions and reviewing all measurement tools.
¥ Oversee the IRB submission process by reviewing applications and providing feedback before submission.
¥ Support data collection by scheduling participant and site data collection meetings and collecting quantitative and qualitative data.
¥ Aid in the analysis of qualitative data when necessary by coding for themes.
¥ Direct the development of project deliverables by leading storyboarding sessions, delegating assignments, writing report sections, developing deliverable drafts, reviewing branded deliverables, presenting deliverables to clients.
¥ Monitor relevant project materials such as iPads, recorders, and cameras to ensure proper assignment, use, and return.
¥ Meet with Associate Director on a regular basis to track project hours, budget, timelines, and workloads.
¥ Facilitate project close-out procedures by participating in close-out meetings and documenting lessons learned and best practices.