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Emory University | Atlanta, Georgia
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The Prevention Science Core Manager reports to the Core's Co-Directors and oversees the daily management and operation of the Core.

Responsibilities include:

Designs, implements, and coordinates operational facets of CFAR Prevention Science Core. Organizes activities of the Core, Core Co-Directors, and local, national, and international research science community. Establishes operational objectives and develops strategic plans in alignment with Core specific aims, to ensure program's continued success in achieving overall CFAR mission of facilitating HIV and AIDS research.

Manages all Core logistics. Serves as lead point of contact and liaison to and interacts with all individuals, groups, and organizations participating in the program or seeking knowledge of the program.

Facilitates all communications and service provision, triages to appropriate service providers, Core Co-Directors, and investigators across disciplines and sites. Facilitates and tracks all service center requests including material requests pertaining to measurement technologies, bio-specimen collection, equipment, software, user guides, databases, publications, prevention intervention and training programs for over 50 projects and over 60 users per year. Develops tracking system and maintains inventory and distribution records of Core resources.

Facilitates strategic planning for Core. Coordinates regular Core Co-Directors meeting, including agenda development supporting CFAR and Core strategic aims. Develops cross-collaborative opportunities with other Cores, CFARs, organizations, and communities, interfaces with researchers at all levels: research scientists, early career investigators, and internal and external organizations.

Develops and manages Core annual budget of over $200,000/year in consultation with Core Co-Directors, including four separate budget projects both federal and institutional. Tracks expenditures, monitors budget, and purchases goods and services for the Core in compliance with federal and state regulations and/or institutional policies.

Manages Core Service/Recharge Center financial billing system, advancing Core directive to facilitate the collection and management of program income generated by Core-provided services and to enable more efficient tracking and reporting of overall Core activities. Defines Service Center activities, calculates service rates, and develops budget in collaboration with the CFAR Administrative Core.

Oversees Core service providers and supervises temporary and graduate student employees.

Co-manages the Inter-CFAR Antiretrovirals for Prevention Working Group, including listserv management, bi-monthly webinars, and in-person meetings/workshops for participants from across the country.

Drafts narrative and compiles extensive usage tables and bibliography for annual CFAR Prevention Science Core NIH progress report. Prepares PowerPoint presentations and reports for CFAR Leadership, Core Co-Directors, CFAR Science Council, and CFAR External Scientific Advisory Committee meetings.

Organizes narrative and compiles extensive usage tables and bibliography for the CFAR Competitive Renewal which happens every five years and requires the ability to coordinate strategic planning, prepare reports that track Core processes and usage over a five-year period, adhere to strict timelines, and help to ensure a successful application.

Develops promotional materials, designs training programs, and represents Core at local and national meetings, conferences, seminars, and networks with affiliated groups.

Minimum Qualifications:

* A bachelor's degree in business or related field.
* Five years of professional experience in a related field such as business administration, research, or information systems management.
* Requires previous supervisory and program/project management experience.

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