University of Washington School of Public Health
Project Manager - Texas Health Institute, Mountain States Regional Genetics Network (MSRGN)
Closing Date: November 25, 2017
Posted: October 25, 2017
Project Manager, Mountain States Regional Genetics Network (MSRGN)
Non-profit looking for Project Manager to manage and coordinate all programmatic activities for the Mountain States Regional Genetics Network (MSRGN), a federally funded project with the mission of increasing access to genetic services for underserved populations. Please visit mountainstatesgenetics.org to learn more. The position requires a self-starter with strong analytical skills, an innovative and industrious approach to work.
- Partners with key stakeholders and other leaders, inside and outside the organization to optimize and successfully execute MSRGN operations and activities
- Serve as point of contact for members and stakeholders, other Regional Genetics Networks (RGNs), and the National Coordinating Center for the RGNs
- Submit progress reports and performance reports to funders (HRSA)
- Help maintain MSRGN website and blog (training will be provided as needed)
- Prepare documents reporting status of MSRGN activities including: reports and presentations
- Support Steering Committee and other standing groups of the MSRGN
- Masters degree in genetic counseling, public health, or health administration, or other related subject highly preferred
- At least 2 years experience in managing projects
- Excellent computer skills including: Microsoft Office and hosting webinars
- Experience working with, reporting on, and applying for federal grants is a plus
- Experience developing content for website and social media a plus
How to Apply:
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with preference given to those that apply by November 10. Preferred position start date would be on or before December 11, 2017.
If interested, please send cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements to Sherry Wilkie at firstname.lastname@example.org.