The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Medicine Centro SOL - Center for Health and Opportunities for Latinos - seeks an experienced Program Manager (Research Program Manager) who will provide operations oversight working closely with the Center's executive manager, in addition will work closely with the Center's co-directors and the research/program teams.
This part-time position supports program operations at Centro SOL. Centro SOL sits at the crossroads of research, academia and community with the mission to promote equity in health and opportunities for our communities in collaboration with Johns Hopkins and community partners. To achieve our mission, the Center's core areas of work are: Education, Research, Advocacy & Policy, and Community Outreach. The Center's values include compassionate service delivery, continuous learning, culturally appropriate community engagement and patient centeredness. Centro SOL's main office is located at the CCHR at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus and collaborates across all Johns Hopkins University Schools. The Center has grown in funding sources, partners and is seeking a program manager to ensure efficiency of programming and operations to streamline strategic processes.
The range of duties includes but is not limited to: purchasing/vendors management; volunteer coordination; staff and partners engagement; content and data management; annual reports and summaries planning and development; standard operating procedures development; event planning and monitoring; communications support; performance report development and update; grant writing support.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Coordinate meetings to provide operational updates, report on any operational issues, and make recommendations for resolutions.
Assist with building standard operating procedures.
Assist with developing curriculum and training materials for volunteers and students/trainees as needed.
Support staff, volunteer and contractor engagement (i.e., onboarding coordination, job postings, lab meetings, appreciation practices).
Provide organizational support for staff and volunteers to support social media and online presence.
Support annual grant, planning, events goalsetting at organizational level that can roll down to staff-level and program goals.
Liaise with community partners to improve services and referral processes.
Provide oversight for coordination and supervision of volunteers/fellows, including onboarding and engagement.
Develop report volunteer impact.
Represent research/program activities in various outreach and engagement forums.
Provide ad hoc interpretation (if credentialed to do so).
Conduct independent literature searches and compile studies progress to support grant management.
Collaborate with the center's senior research coordinators to develop annual report and projects' information is up to date.
Prepare dissemination materials (ppts, documents, reports, newsletter) for relevant agencies (e.g., funders, IRB, scientific team, key stakeholders, community advisory board/s) and other forums for dissemination of interim or final study results.
Support event leads and support staff in establishing event planning milestones and tracking progress.
Capture and report on data related to events / outreach.
Serve as event lead for Career Fair.
Develop annual report and ensure its updated on the website.
Oversee monthly updates of the blog with various monthly volunteers.
Build a tracking system for services provided to community members and partners.
Represent the executive director in key meetings.
Oversee vendors/contractor's setup monitoring invoicing and payments.
Monitor purchases including not limited to online purchases, reimbursement requests, supplies and printed materials, transportation.
Support research services including petty cash requests, purchases of gift cards when needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Masters in a related field (e.g., MBA)
Five years related experience.
Additional education may substitute for experience to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Five years related program and/or research management experience in an academic, government or non-profit industry environment.
Demonstrated supervisory or lead responsibilities.
Sensitivity to working with immigrant communities.
Extensive experience with policies and procedures.
Extensive experience with program planning, fundraising, and team development.
Must be familiar with MS Access and MS Excel.
Special Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities/Competencies.
Excellent organizational skills required.
Excellent attention to detail skills required.
Ability to manage multiple and competing priorities.
Knowledge of research and program management practices and principles required.
Ability to understand financial management of program budgets.
Must have excellent time management skills.
Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work in a team and demonstrated interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of basic statistics.
Supervisory responsibility (indicate the number and type of persons supervised by incumbent)
Fluency is Spanish language.
Extensive program management experience.
Classified Title: Progam Manager Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/ME Starting Salary Range: $62,780-$86,390-$110,010 Annually (Commensurate with Experience) Employee group: Part-time Schedule: M-F (20 hours per week) Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Department name: SOM Ped General Pediatrics Personnel area: School of Medicine
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