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    Job Title Senior Project Manager, Injury Prevention Research Laboratory
    Department of Family Medicine

    For more information contact:
    Molly Grasso

    Position Purpose A Senior Project Manager is required to support the work of the Injury Prevention Research Laboratory in the Department of Family Medicine at the Uniformed Services University. The Injury Prevention Research Laboratory focuses on the development of injury prediction and prevention programs for musculoskeletal injury in military populations. The candidate will assume management of several large research projects specifically targeted in these areas. Prior experience in this or a similar line of research is necessary, and the candidate must meet selection criteria below.

    Key Areas and Responsibilities:
    The candidate will work seamlessly with study researchers and be responsible for supporting a wide-range of project-related tasks, which may include:
    Maintaining study records
    Study-related document preparation & submission
    Managing study budgets, purchasing & maintaining supplies
    Project logistics planning
    Assisting with data collection as needed
    Assisting with coordination of data processing post-collection
    Guide the balancing of staff workloads to ensure that work is optimally distributed to meet both individual research project deadlines as well as global lab initiatives
    May be asked to assist in the preparation of study-related reports and/or peer-reviewed research publications, which may involve performing basic literature searches, summary and collation, and Endnote library maintenance

    Key Selection Criteria
    Prior experience as a project manager/team leader or event planner
    Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills and excellent communication skills
    The ability to prioritize tasks in order to meet timelines and deadlines
    Must be fastidiously organized, very flexible and able to work under limited supervision either as a member of a team or, where appropriate, independently
    Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and people skills are required

    College degree in exercise science, kinematics or other biomedical field
    Experience with basic statistical analyses
    Masters or post bachelors training in biomedical related field

    Other Job Related Information
    Non-traditional work hours occasionally required
    Periodic travel throughout the year, especially in the summer season, to Ft. Meade, MD; West Point, NY; Colorado Springs, CO; and other locations is required
    Facilities (office, computer, phone, fax) will be made available at USUHS
    Requires 40 hours per week
    Starting salary $65,000/yr + benefits for entry-level candidates. Higher salaries negotiable depending on prior experience and qualifications

    This job announcement is also attached as a word document to this thread.

    For more information contact:
    Molly Grasso

    Anthony Beutler, MD
    Lieutenant Colonel, US Air Force, MC
    Chief, Injury Prevention Research Lab
    Department of Family Medicine
    Uniformed Services University
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    Last edited by Anthony Beutler; October 9th, 2012, 05:08 PM. Reason: Update