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CERTAIN Seeking Project Manager

CERTAIN has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Project Manager. The purpose of this position is to provide high-level, research project management for the CERTAIN Strong for Surgery (S4S) program. The Project Manager will oversee day-to-day execution of multiple large dissemination and implementation research projects. The focus of dissemination and implementation research is to close the gap between what we know can maximize the quality of health care and what is currently being delivered in practice and community settings. More present than ever within the research community is the belief that to optimize public health we must not only understand how to create the best interventions, but how to best ensure that they are effectively delivered within clinical and community practice.

The main areas of responsibility for this position are:

  • Program Administration and Management: The incumbent will work closely with Investigators and Directors in the strategic planning for the overall Program and several sub-projects, independently execute technical project operations, and provide oversight to same-level peers or junior staff working on these projects.
  • Program/Project Implementation: The individual in this position will direct and oversee project teams and liaise with program/project sites to implement multiple workstreams relating to site work, stakeholder engagement, and outreach.
  • Workgroup and Staff Management: The individual in this position will supervise a staff of implementation coordinators, program operations specialists, and students (5-8 persons).

Interested applicants may access the full hire posting and submit their application at the University of Washington employment website by searching Requisition 107419.


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