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Deputy Portfolio Manager Fort Dietrich, MD
(ID # 14761)

Summary

Deputy Portfolio Manager will back-up the Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology Disorders Portfolio Manager in the role of providing advice to the MOMRP Director and Deputy Director on planning, budgeting and execution of research relating to psychiatry & clinical psychology disorders, including reviewing all pre- and full proposals and making recommendations for approving and disapproving research projects.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

The contractor shall provide Psychological Health & Resilience Deputy Portfolio Services to include, but not limited to the following activities:

  • Provide support and back-up to the Psychological Health & Resilience Portfolio Manager in the role
  • Provide advice to the MOMRP Director and Deputy Director on planning, budgeting and execution of research relating to psychiatry & clinical psychology disorders.
  • Review all pre- and full proposals and making recommendations for approving and disapproving research projects;
  • Provide assistance to the Psychological Health & Resilience Portfolio Manager in advising the MOMRP Director and Deputy Director on the scientific quality, merit and military relevance of psychological health & resilience research performed by the MOMRP’s supporting laboratories and extramural performers.
  • Provide support and back-up to the Psychological Health & Resilience Portfolio Manager in advising the Director and Deputy Director by assisting in the development of goals and objectives for the Psychological Health & Resilience Research Program.
  • Assist in composing 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 Psychological Health & Resilience Research Program.
  • Plan and coordinate MOMRP-sponsored technical meetings, workshops, and peer reviews on psychological health & resilience topics.
  • -Review project Close-Out Reports, develop MOMRP close-out summary documents and consolidate any actionable findings across the MOMRP.

Supervisory/Management Authority

  • No supervisory or management authority.

Education and Experience

  • PhD degree in related discipline
  • 2+ years direct related experience

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrated knowledge of planning, budgeting and execution of research.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of composing technical summaries.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of preparing and submitting management documents and Congressional reports.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of planning and coordinating technical meetings, workshops and peer reviews.
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.

Work Environment

  • Climate controlled office work environment Military Operational Medicine Research Program is located in Frederick, Maryland

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