Clinical Program Manager

Project Manager for Department of Defense (DoD) funded contract to UCLA

Organization: 
UCLA National Center for Child Traumatic Stress
Location: 
Los Angeles, CA
Summary: 

The Project Manager for this program will support a virtual training program funded by the US Department of Defense and directed by the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress at the UCLA School of Medicine. The Program is designed to connect Family Advocacy Providers and New Parent Support Program staff located at military bases in the US and abroad. The training program will offer self-paced online learning modules about domestic violence, child maltreatment, traumatic stress, and evidence based interventions, as well as opportunities for networking and consulting via an online community.  

The location for this position will be the UCLA National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS). The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall coordination of the project, including providing overall daily management and coordination with NCCTS, IT, and administrative support staff on all aspects of the project delivery. Project Manager will assist with the development and delivery of training curriculum, IT system development and implementation, coordination of program developers and project support staff.  The Project Manager reports directly to the Program Manager.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Requirements Masters degree preferred
  • Minimum of 2-4 years of experience
  • Strong Written communication and verbal skills
  • Strong organizational skills, including logistics, scheduling, and multitasking multiple events
  • Solid Problem solving and interpersonal skills
  • Skill in writing manuscripts, reports, and other publications for various audiences. Experience, high comfort level and/or good working knowledge of military culture and military family experience
  • Knowledge of Department of Defense Family Advocacy Program (FAP)/New Parent Support Program (NPSP) preferred.
  • Familiarity with learning management systems (LMS), collaborative workgroup and reporting tools, including Force.com and Sharepoint.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Outlook, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint
  • Ability to operate personal computers. 
Contact: 

For more information, please contact Dr. Gregory Leskin.

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