Role/Level/Range: PD / ATP / 04 Starting Salary Range: 57,544-$79,047 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F; 8:30-5:00 Employee subgroup: Exempt Location: Baltmore, MD Department name: Provost Office/Research Development Team Personnel area: University Administration
The Vice Provost for Research (VPR) recently created an Institution-wide Research Development Team (RDT), to help faculty enhance their research competitiveness, catalyze new research and institutional collaboration, and design and implement strategic services for faculty and researchers seeking external funding at Johns Hopkins. This position will design, develop, and deliver training related to research administration, primarily topics related to funding agencies and proposal submission. This position works with a high degree of independence and responsibility.
The primary duties and responsibilities of the job:
Convey technical information in a clear and accessible manner to a variety of technical and non-technical audiences;
Disseminate information to various groups of JHU recipients on a regular basis;
Monitor and analyze developments and major issues in higher education (research funding) to ensure they are shared with faculty as appropriate;
Conduct regularly scheduled (or ad hoc) training sessions for faculty, staff and students;
Host casual meetings with departmental staff to discuss specific topics (e.g. Brown Bag Lunches);
Create documents that support the instructional mission of research administration;
May participate in new faculty orientation programs to share details about research administration at JHU;
Maintain appropriate data on all program participants;
Lead the preparation of electronic training materials for routine as well as special training programs;
Anticipate future training needs and develop creative ideas regarding possible solutions;
Develop and sustain contacts with university leadership, faculty, staff, and other constituents;
Help to create a work environment within RDT that is dynamic, collaborative, learning-oriented, and high-functioning;
May participate in submitting larger grant submissions if needed;
Work on special projects for the Vice Provost as requested;
Some travel between campuses is required;
May direct the activities of support staff.
Requires minimum of a bachelor's degree, master's degree is preferred. Must possess in-depth subject matter knowledge. Requires a minimum of three years related experience, preferably in an academic environment as an administrator, trainer or grants manager.
Must be a data-driven, energetic and highly organized individual able to prioritize and execute multiple tasks;
Strong research skills with willingness and ability to quickly synthesize complex information in accessible and actionable formats;
Demonstrated ability to train and mentor others;
Articulate, professional, and able to communicate in a clear, positive manner;
Strong customer service orientation;
Ability to work in a complex fast-paced and high-profile environment with short deadlines, competing priorities and intense pressure to perform;
Ability to work with diverse groups of people;
Strong problem-solver; ability to navigate various viewpoints to develop consensus;
Self-starter attitude while working collaboratively with a team that is flexible and dynamic;
Ability to be flexible and self-motivated in order to deliver high quality work product in multiple communication mediums.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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