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Dept Name- Tisch Cancer Institute- Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology
REQ # 2548662
Job Title: Research Program Director
The Research Program Director is responsible for administrative, operational and business oversight of research and educational projects within the Multiple Myeloma (MM) program. This includes assisting with business development, community outreach and marketing, grant submissions, and financial management. Individual will supervise administrative staff and work closely with the MM faculty to facilitate their academic efforts.
Roles and Responsibilities:
1. Collaborates with MM faculty and Mount Sinai Finance (FACTS) and Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP) departments to foster external contracts and agreements focused on research projects and clinical trials related to multiple myeloma.
2. Develop and oversee Continuing Education Conferences in which Mount Sinai faculty present on the latest MM treatments. Prepare budget for events, oversee all operational aspects including developing agenda, contacting speakers, identifying location and arranging audio-visual needs. For events that are sponsored by industry, facilitate needed legal agreements with Mount Sinai’s Business Office.
3. Liaison with Mount Sinai affiliated hospitals and practices to raise awareness of available clinical trials and to foster referrals.
4. Assist faculty with data analysis and presentations for meetings and/or educational conferences. Prepare Powerpoint slides that incorporate data tables and/or images.
5. Perform literature searches to assist with research proposals.
6. Assist with grant preparation including developing budgets and assuring adherence to grant application guidelines. Assist with the writing of non-scientific sections, such as those describing space and resources.
7. Assist with fund raising initiatives by developing research summaries and proposals for the lay audience.
8. Report on the status of active and research projects, as well as on the enrollment of patients onto studies.
9. Assist Tisch Cancer Institute Finance Director with quarterly reporting on the finances related to MM research studies.
10. Oversee data collection and reporting associated with MM research database
11. Supervise administrative assistants within MM program and provide training on HR and financial transactions
12. Prepare job descriptions and justify new staff positions
13. Review and track Data and Safety Monitoring statistics and assist faculty with corrective action plans if needed
14. Oversee construction projects and capital purchases associated with the MM program
15. Liaison with hospital clinical practice personnel to facilitate effective through put of research patients
16. Identify research opportunities, especially for junior faculty
17. Work with Marketing Department to better advertise research program and available treatments for MM
18. Maintain a library of bio-sketches, presentations, summary tables and other reference materials to be used for future research proposals
Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or Business Administration
required. Master’s degree highly
preferred. At least 3 years’
experience in a hospital/medical/research environment. Strong excel and powerpoint skills needed.
Skills & Abilities:
Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
Ability to find creative solutions to organizational problems and barriers
Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to motivate, develop and coach individuals
Experience in managing and financial management
Ability to work in a fast paced environment utilizing tact, patience and diplomacy
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