Health Program Specialist (4 positions): The Health Program Specialist is someone who supports plans, coordinates, and screens proposed research projects relevant to subject-matter areas; assists with the design and detailed analysis of scientific and/or administrative factors affecting research program priorities and performance, and grants program evaluation; and provides guidance to grantees on research objectives, requirements, and compliance.
Health Scientist Administrator/Program Director (4 positions): The Health Scientist Administrator directs research programs and performs a wide variety of activities related to overseeing a large grants program, including program planning and development, program management, solicitation, and evaluation.
Scientific Project Manager: The Scientific Project Manager is someone who directs and manages a portfolio of grants related to a particular area of scientific expertise. Develops and delivers progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentation.
Scientific Review Administrator: The Scientific Review Administrator provides technical and scientific merit review of grant and contract applications and proposals; coordinates policies of review committees and special emphasis panels; and organizes scientific and technical merit review meetings.
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