The George Washington University School of Nursing is seeking a Project Manager, Pathways Project. This position will report to, and work closely with, the Principal Investigator to ensure the goals of the Pathways Project are archived. The specific responsibilities include:
• Oversees all aspects of the project, including Collaborative activities and evaluation activities. • Arranges activities to achieve Collaborative timeline (i.e., maintaining the integrity of the IHIBTS Collaborative framework) • Serves as the point of contact for GW Communication and IT Departments • Assists PI with financial management and oversight of project • Works with relevant GW offices to complete needed contracts, IRBagreements and data use agreements with ESCO sites. Helps to develop and secure MOUs with ESCOs • Drives the content development for pre-work, Learning Session, and Action Period activities of the Collaborative (e.g., Collaborative Learning Session agendas, collaborating with the Faculty Chair and Measurement Advisor to identify and invite faculty to join the Collaborative) • Coaches and guides topic experts in preparation for Collaborative Learning Sessions and Action Periods (e.g., ensuring Collaborative faculty has a shared sense of language, purpose, and messaging for each Learning Session) • Facilitates conference calls with ESCO Collaborative teams • In Collaboration with the Data Analyst read monthly reports submitted by Collaborative teams. • Provide Collaborative teams’ monthly feedback reports to Co-PI’s. • In Collaboration with Co-PI’s, regularly assess Collaborative progress and institutes necessary changes to meet Collaborative aim • Organizes and operates Action Period activities in collaboration with the Co-PI’s, and Project Coordinator • Supports collaborative learning throughout the Action Periods in collaboration with the Faculty Chair and Measurement Advisor via Collaborative team coaching and forum post • Oversee data collection efforts in collaboration with ESCO staff. Monitor progress of data collection for pre- and post-data collection • Provide administrative support of the post-Collaborative revisions of the Pathways change package • Manages the logistics of Collaborative Learning Sessions and Advisory Committee meetings in collaboration with the Project Coordinator • In collaboration with Implementation/TA, monitor ongoing Collaborative progress by reading monthly reports submitted by Collaborative teams and monitoring other communication with sites • In collaboration with Co-PI/Faculty chair – Maintain and nurture the relationship with ESCO leadership through regular communication via phone and email • Serve as a member of the Pathways Advisory Committee • As a member of the Advisory Committee assist with the planning and development of spreading the Pathways Project change package • Adhere to all deadlines as outlined by deliverables set forth by the Moore Foundation deliverables • Adhere to communication protocol as determined (to be determined) • Directly manages a team of professionals • Performs other related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization plus 6 years of relevant professional experience, or, a Master’s degree or higher in a relevant area of study plus 4 years of relevant professional experience. Degree must be conferred by the start date of the position. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Internal Number: S007652
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