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Program Coordinator

(job number 190020MD.Program Coordinator.NIMH)

BACKGROUND

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., (http://www.omnitecinc.com) is hiring a Program Coordinator to work with NIH staff, researchers, and the NIMH Data Archive Program Coordination, Communication, and Policy (PCCP) Team to track and guide projects through the NDA data sharing lifecycle, document their progress and compliance, and develop policy and procedures to support these goals. This position primarily requires on-site support at the NIMH offices on Executive Blvd. in Rockville, MD, 20850, with some occasional meetings at our OMNITEC Solutions office at 7529 Standish Place, Rockville, MD 20855

We seek a detail-oriented individual with impeccable organizational skills to help advance the pace of scientific research through the NIMH Data Archive (NDA). Our team is leading an effort to make large amounts of scientific data available through a single portal supported by NIH. See nda.nih.gov for a background on the infrastructure and to gain an understanding of the project.

As Program Coordinator, you would be responsible for:

  • Working closely with NIH staff, track and coordinate numerous diverse projects to share scientific data through the NDA infrastructure;
  • Taking the lead and serving as primary point of contact for NIH staff inquiries regarding data sharing and the NDA system;
  • Coordinating with NIH staff to identify scientific projects appropriate for data sharing and taking the lead on enrolling them in the data sharing lifecycle;
  • Working with Principal Investigators around the world to address procedural and policy questions as a member of NDA’s Help Desk team;
  • Being an expert on NIH Program and Grants Management policies, procedures, and practices;
  • Serving as the primary point of contact for Data Access Committees governing access to shared data;
  • Coordinating internal training efforts and office management in support of all the above.

REQUIREMENTS

This individual must have first-rate verbal and written communication skills, excellent organizational skills, and at least 5 years of experience working in an energetic team-oriented environment.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required, scientific field is preferred;
  • Demonstrated understanding of human subjects research is required;
  • Administrative experience coordinating complex projects required;
  • Knowledge of SQL strongly preferred – position requires use of Oracle database;
  • Experience writing or analyzing policies or business processes in a health or science-oriented environment preferred;
  • Understanding of NIH extramural Grants Management procedures strongly preferred;
  • U.S. Citizenship and ability to pass a background check required.

Please apply via the link on this job post or via: http://omnitecinc.applytojob.com/apply/

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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