Full Time 40 hours Grade 054 Clin & Trans Science Institute Schedule 8 AM-5 PM Responsibilities Position Summary: The purpose of this position is to manage planning, evaluation and reporting activities for the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) within guidelines set by CTSI leadership and the CTSI Evaluation Director. The person selected for this position will independently monitor the professional literature and interact with counterparts at other CTSA awardee institutions regarding program planning and evaluation. Responsibilities: Manage CTSI evaluation activities in collaboration with the CTSI Evaluation Director and the responsible Executive Director. Develop daily, weekly and monthly action plans, organize CTSI and other resources to ensure program activities take place on time and within budget, develop and recommend program improvements. Ensures alignment of CTSI activities with the CTSI Strategic Plan. Collaborate with other CTSI program managers to develop program evaluation plans, and data collection and management tools and methods.Establish best practices for these activities and work with program managers to implement them. Provide direct consultation to program managers to overcome specific evaluation challenges. Manage data collection processes through interviews, surveys and other methods, assure data quality, analyze and synthesize data and other information in response to ad hoc requests and also for regular reports. Develop reporting plans and activities to assure timely dissemination of findings to CTSI leadership. Manage Rochester CTSA hub participation in the national CTSA Program Common Metrics Initiative. Duties include collecting annual metric data and working with key stakeholders to develop process-improvement plans for the measured programs. The incumbent of this position will be responsible for analyzing submitted data, identifying trends, and taking the lead to ensure appropriate attention to any need for improvement. Coordinates CTSI efforts to disseminate findings and innovative methodologies. Activities may include development of manuscripts for publication, development and presentation of abstracts and posters at national meetings, and presentation of novel tools and approaches to national evaluation peers. Requirements: A bachelorâ™s degree with major course work in social or technical field; mastersâ™ degree or a college degree plus an equivalent combination of experience and training is strongly preferred. Must have 4-5 yearsâ™ experience in the analysis and dissemination of information plus supervisory experience; 3-5 years of relevant experience in a corporate, not-for-profit or academic setting preferred. Excellent organizational skills are required; meticulous attention to detail is essential. Must have the ability to juggle many projects at once. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are critical. Must enjoy working in a team environment and be able to lead ad hoc teams to complete specific projects. Must be highly skilled with Microsoft Office software. The University of Rochester is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. The University believes that a diverse workforce and inclusive workplace culture enhances the performance of our organization and our ability to fulfill our important missions. The University is committed to fostering and supporting a workplace culture inclusive of people regardless of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, marital status, age, physical abilities, political affiliation, religious beliefs or any other non-merit fact, so that all employees feel included, equal valued and supported.
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