The following position reporting to Dara Eckart, Administrative Director, Center for Law, Ethics, and Applied Research in Health Information (CLEAR) is
being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #7727.
Project Manager/Policy Analyst - PA3AD
Description and Responsibilities:
The Project Manager/Policy Analyst within the Center for Law, Ethics, and Applied Research in Health Information (CLEAR) is responsible for tracking, reporting and disseminating various project information to a variety of audiences and agencies. Communication and reporting will include internal communications with faculty at IU and other universities throughout the US; the business, healthcare, and healthcare technology/innovation communities within Indiana; the general public of the State of Indiana; and national and international scientific and business communities, as well as funding agencies. The Project Manager/Policy Analyst will also manage the collection, compilation, and writing of project progress reports to various funding agencies, as well as create and maintain project plans for various externally funded projects. Grant project tracking will include progress against deliverables in the project statement and projected spending against budget. In addition to project management responsibilities, this position will be responsible for analyzing federal and state regulations and policies relating to cybersecurity, information assurance, and privacy issues as they relate to health information and disseminating this information to the center directors, stakeholders, steering committees, and others involved in projects for CLEAR. A strong background in effective project management is required. Preference is given to those with a background in legal/policy analysis; special consideration will be given to candidates possessing a JD.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business, Psychology or closely related field. Graduate degree, including a JD, strongly preferred. Combination of related education and experience may be considered.
At least three years of related experience in project management and policy analysis.
Candidate must be highly experienced in project management. Particular emphasis in management of large projects using multiple resources. Candidate must have a good understanding of financial management processes and potential impact on project deliverables and outcome. Must have strong experience with basic computer productivity tools; advanced understanding of project management tools preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to interpret grant proposal guidelines into statements of work and formulate project plans and timelines, and to interpret state and federal policies and regulations and determine what impact they may have on ongoing projects. Ability to foster and maintain collaborations with internal and external academic researchers through a balanced, service-based approach. Must work well independently and collaboratively, have excellent analytical skills, and demonstrate enthusiasm for working with new technologies and a wide variety of projects for both centers. Must have demonstrated ability and comfort in working in situations high in uncertainty and ambiguity; ability to show excellent judgment maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information; and ability to deliver excellent outcomes under high degrees of pressure and sometimes short deadlines.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.