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“As a project manager at GRC, I have the privilege to guide impactful initiatives within our projects that are committed to improving the lives of residents. I value the work of public service and I'm grateful that in my role at GRC I can continue to serve within an organization knowing that their work directly benefits others and contributes to the greater good. I have the opportunity to serve in a role that champions working collectively for positive change and measuring the meaningful outcomes.”
-Raquel Fuentes, Project Manager
“I was actively seeking the perfect opportunity to combine my state government, marketing, and Federally Qualified Health Center experience. The overarching mission of the GRC, which focuses on improving healthcare for all Ohioans, truly resonated with my personal beliefs and goals.”
-James Sims, Marketing & Communications Manager
Current Open Positions
Manager, Reporting & Analytics (R90287): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) invites applications for a Manager 2, Reporting and Analytics in the Health and Social Sciences section. A successful applicant will engage in applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The successful candidate will provide expertise and support for multiple survey and mixed methods projects and will supervise a minimum of 2 staff. For full details, visit the job posting within Workday.
Project Management Consultant (R91486): The Project Management Consultant will lead and manage various GRC quality improvement (QI) initiatives as a Principal Investigator (PI), Co-PI, or subject matter expert. Position responsibilities include directing the QI, research and administrative efforts of project team members; building and managing relationships with project sponsors and external partners; contributing to and approving technical reports and select stakeholder communications; serving as a subject matter expert on QI and/or research or workforce development projects that actively contribute to the improvement and spread of QI initiatives; and project development, including grant and proposal writing (additional details included in “Responsibilities (Duties)” section below). The Project Management Consultant responsibilities may include project-related research, literature reviews and technical assistance, including drafting and approving change packages and key driver diagrams, creating and coaching on QI tools, and intermediate data analysis (dependent on project needs and proficiency with data analysis software); directing the development of other project contracting documents such as data use agreements; regularly reviewing and approving the work product of team members; and managing and being responsible for project budgets. Additional responsibilities may include providing mentorship/staff development to other colleagues (e.g., Project Manager or Senior Project Manager); identifying funding opportunities and leading efforts to apply for funding opportunities; and leading sponsor communication to guide project task order development and establishing project goals, objectives, and budget needs.
Project Management Consultant (R92607): The Project Management Consultant will lead and manage various business, evaluation, and data management activities, including mixed methods research and learning management processes, and serve as a subject matter expert on the State Opioid and Stimulant Response (SOS 3.0) Evaluation project. Position responsibilities include serving as the SOS 3.0 Evaluation project management lead, steering overall project management structure and activities; building relationships and serving as a liaison with Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), SOS 3.0 funded programs, GPRA collectors across the state, and project partners in ensuring that program objectives and evaluation project priorities are operationalized; providing primary evaluation support to the SOS 3.0 project team and state partners; guiding development of, and maintaining, a relational database that supports evaluation, workforce development, and implementation activities; contributing to and approving technical reports and stakeholder communications; applying developed industry knowledge and advanced understanding of concepts, principles and technical capabilities to manage project components; serving as a subject matter expert on substance use disorder (SUD) harm reduction and treatment program evaluation; guiding project management of training activities, including the development of an on-demand training curriculum for providers; and project development, including grant and proposal writing (additional details included in the linked description).
Project Manager (R91608): The Project Manager will facilitate various program design, implementation, and evaluation projects, including mixed-methods evaluation, workforce development, and technical assistance projects. Position responsibilities include coordinating the research and administration efforts of project team members; managing relationships with project sponsors and external partners; assisting with technical and other project reports; writing stakeholder communications; providing technical assistance and training to internal and external stakeholders; assisting with project development, such as grant and proposal writing; coordinating contracting and procurement activities (additional details included in “Job Duties” section below). The Project Manager responsibilities may include project-related research, including literature reviews, qualitative interview recruitment and support, assistance with survey and interview instrument design and testing, and basic data analysis (dependent on project needs and proficiency with data analysis software, including Excel, creation of charts and graphs, calculating basic descriptive statistics, etc.).
Senior Reporting & Analytics Analyst (R91489): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) invites applications for a Senior Reporting and Analytics Analyst position. A successful applicant will engage in applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The successful candidate will focus primarily on quantitative analysis of data such as Medicaid claims and enrollment records, electronic health records, and/or clinical lab data. Task assignments may also include survey and mixed methods data collection and analysis (full details included in the linked description)
Reporting & Analytics Consultant (R91487): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) invites applications for a Reporting and Analytics Consultant position. A successful applicant will engage in applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The successful candidate will provide expertise and support for multiple administrative data and survey projects (full details included in the linked description).
Unless otherwise indicated, apply for a position at GRC by visiting the Wexner Medical Center's careers page. Questions? Email email@example.com.