GENERAL SUMMARY / OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
The Senior Program Manager will have operational responsibility for non-commercial educational outreach programs aimed at providing unbiased evidence-based-medicine information to improve physician prescribing. These programs involve close work with faculty physicians at Harvard Medical School and other institutions to develop targeted information on optimal medication use. This information is provided to clinicians in their offices (“academic detailing”) by Drug Information Consultants. This headquarters based position will provide the oversight and management of all program related training, materials development and field based implementation.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develop and manage project timelines and activities.
2. Manage project budgets.
3. Ensure project deliverables are met.
4. Manage day to day activities of projects.
5. Provide direct supervision of assistant manager.
6. Recruit and hire staff.
7. Oversee training, meeting, planning, and outreach activities of Assistant Program Director.
8. Manage the administration of relevant contracts/grants, including reporting.
9. Draft and edit print materials including newsletters, communication materials.
10. Work with faculty to develop evidence summaries for clinical topic areas and training materials.
11. Manage the development and review process for all training and communication materials.
12. Manage outside vendors as necessary for the development and production of materials.
13. Develop and foster relationships with outside partners.
14. Establish and manage working committees, meetings with various partner projects.
15. Monitor partner activity.
16. Work with partners to troubleshoot activities, improve effectiveness.
17. Other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor's degree required; MPH/MBA preferred
• Greater than 5 years relevant work experience required
• Prior project management experience required
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel required
• Prior experience within healthcare and non-profit environments preferred
SKILLS / ABILITIES / COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
• Strong project management skills
• Detail focus
• Experience in managing multi-component projects
• Goal orientation
• Strong individual contributor
• Effective decision-making skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Strong writing skills
• Comfort with medical/clinical content
• Ability to build, lead, and motivate effective teams
• Ability to organize, meet deadlines, delegate appropriately
• Willingness to undertake tasks at all levels when necessary
• Flexible work style
Professional office environment
An EEO, AA, VEVRAA Employer
Brigham and Women's Hospital - 9 months ago
Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is a 757-bed nonprofit teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School and a founding member of Partners Hea...