Project Lead NIH at ERPi

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Employer: ERPi

Expires: 05/31/2020

OverviewERPi is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, dedicated to values of trust and integrity. Our mission is to deliver professional services and expert enterprise program management services as a trusted agent for Federal clients.ERPi is currently seeking a fulltime Project Lead to provide onsite support at our Bethesda, MD site. ERPi is currently searching for a full-time Project Lead to support The National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). The Project Lead will join the Cure Sickle Cell Initiative, a broad public-private partnership aimed at finding a genetic cure for Sickle Cell Disease within five years. This high-visibility, high-impact initiative brings together stakeholders from academic institutions, industry, government, and patient populations and has the potential to change the face of medicine. The Project Lead will work across numerous subcommittees within the Initiative, ranging from clinical studies and data evaluation to communications and patient engagement. As part of the government and contractor team, the Project Lead ensures integration of all project efforts across the institute. The ideal candidate will be an energetic professional supporting fast-moving and wide-ranging projects and initiatives. The candidate should be passionate about motivating and engaging stakeholders, and able to develop positive working relationships with individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds.Ensure integration of all project efforts across the instituteMonitor shared services work performance data to develop monthly performance reports for clientAssist in developing implementation plan(s) for shared services intake system using JIRA service deskDraft project management plan(s) to support business initiativesDraft quarterly program review presentations for executive leadershipAllocate internal team resources to ensure customer needs are met across the instituteContinue development and standardization of process documentation for service functions performed by operational staffResponsibilities Required Skills and Experiences:at least 3 years of relevant experienceBachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant disciplineStrong problem solving and analytical skillsAble to analyze quantitative and qualitative dataStrong verbal and written communication skills, including reports and presentationsStrong organization and prioritization skillsAbility to work in a dynamic, collaborative and results-driven environmentAbility to build and manage client relationships at all levelsAbility to think strategically to effectively assess clients’ situation and assemble solutions to meet needsAdditional Skills DesiredKnowledge of healthcare policy and practiceClearance: Public Trust