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Deputy Portfolio Manager Frederick, MD (14762)

Summary

We are seeking a Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Deputy Portfolio to support the Defense Health Program Enhancement (DHP) operational medical research program and Military Operational Medicine Research Program (MOMRP) with performing scientific portfolio analyses, monitoring scientific progress of research efforts, and assisting in the development of comprehensive, integrated strategic approaches to solving Department of Defense problems in the domain of military operational medicine.

Duties and Responsibilities

The contractor shall provide Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Deputy Portfolio Manager Services to include, but not limited to the following activities:

  • Provide support and back-up to the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Portfolio Manager in the role of providing advice to the MOMRP Director and Deputy Director
  • Plan, budget and execute research relating to psychiatry & clinical psychology disorders
  • Review all pre- and full proposals and make recommendations for approving and disapproving research projects; provide assistance to the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Portfolio Manager
  • Advise the MOMRP Director and Deputy Director on the scientific quality, merit and military relevance of psychiatry & clinical psychology disorders research performed by the MOMRP’s supporting laboratories and extramural performers.
  • Support and back-up to the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Portfolio Manager
  • Advise the Director and Deputy Director by assisting in the development of goals and objectives for the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Research Program.
  • Compose technical summaries of MOMRP-sponsored research projects.
  • Prepare and submit MOMRP management documents and Congressional reports.
  • Prepare requests for information and suspense actions requiring MOMRP responses regarding the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Research Program.
  • Plan and coordinate MOMRP-sponsored technical meetings, workshops, and peer reviews on Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders topics.

Supervisory/Management

  • No supervisory or management experience is required

Education and Experience

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology
  • Three years’ experience as a Research Psychologist
  • Three years’ experience in a DOD Research environment

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to work independently with little oversight by the government under direction of MOMRP Team.
  • Demonstrate good oral/ written communication skills and organizational abilities.
  • Pass a drug screen and federal background check.
  • Excellent analytical skills and working knowledge of computer systems and integrated software application programs are required.
  • Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
  • Candidate must successfully pass a drug test and also a federal government background investigation

Work Environment

Climate controlled office work environment

 

 

 

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