The Research Project Manager will operationalize and manage all research activities for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center (MSPC). The Project Manager will additionally oversee all research and operational activities for KEYNET, a newly formed inter-institutional collaborative focused on resident education around early childhood development. The Project Manager will work closely with MSPC senior leaders and external research consultants to ensure that research projects are planned and carried out according to study protocols and Institutional Review Board (IRB) guidance. They will also be expected to assist with necessary timelines, staffing plans and budgeting to ensure the research is carried out in an effective manner. The Project Manager will be responsible for managing, facilitating, and documenting all MSPC and KEYNET related research meetings including following-up on action items. Additionally, they will identify potential grants, participate in grant writing activities, and prepare materials for presentation to funders as needed. They will manage and participate in publication in scientific journal or reports to stakeholders, as well as collaborate around presentation at national conferences. The Project Manager will report to the Associate Director of Operations, Jasmine Escalera PhD, and the Executive Director, Carrie Quinn, MD.
Mission: The Mount Sinai Parenting Center is located in the Department of Pediatrics in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Our mission is to transform the way pediatric healthcare is delivered by maximizing opportunities to promote strong parent-child relationships and early child development within everyday healthcare interactions. Our easily scalable programming leverages the healthcare space to reach families in the earliest years through provider training, environmental transformation, and pioneering research.
Mount Sinai Parenting Center Research Activities: Our research focuses on evaluating ways to leverage the healthcare space to deliver the science of early childhood development through highly scalable and feasible interventions. Our interest includes change in parent and provider behavior, attitudes, and knowledge and the resulting impact on the primary care relationship.
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The Research Project Manager will operationalize and manage all research activities for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center (MSPC). The Project Manager will additionally oversee all research and operational activities for KEYNET, a newly…
Please send resume and cover letter highlighting relevant experience to: Parentingcenter@mountsinai.org
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