Blast Injury Research Project Manager

Research Ft Detrick, Maryland


• Independently analyze information from multiple sources of military medical and non-medical programmatic, research, and product development information to produce clearly written informational products that articulate the PCO position to multiple audiences ranging from senior Army and DoD leadership to the public in a range of hardcopy and electronic formats
• Prepare and manage administrative and technical correspondence such as information papers, program area strategies, courses of action, technical summaries, and analyses of DoD directive and instructions to design plans and execute programs
• Coordinate and execute the activities required to support the conduct of meetings hosted by the PCO and support the PCO’s participation in blast injury research meetings sponsored, organized, and hosted by organizations external to the PCO
• Coordinate publication activities and write content for the required reports to meet the PCO’s blast injury research reporting requirements including the Annual Report to the Executive Agent, Significant Activity Reports, Situation Reports, and the Annual Historical Report
• Develop, implement, and maintain procedures for producing assigned deliverables
• Proactively identify inefficiencies and problems with PCO processes and procedures and implement effective solutions
• Organize, direct, and coordinate all activities necessary to plan and produce assigned deliverables

PhD degree or equivalent level degree in science, engineering, or business discipline
10+ years of experience in DoD program management
Knowledge of the organization, structure, and workings of the DoD research and development community, including experience in DoD biomedical research and development programs relevant to health risk assessment and biomechanical engineering efforts
Familiarity with toxicology, anatomy, and physiology, health hazard assessments and survivability
Ability to liaison with other Army organizations and within and outside the DoD
Ability to formulate and implement project plans, assessments, and reviews
Ability to work in teams or independently conduct analyses, review literature, draft findings, respond to taskers, and create briefings on behalf of clients or command
Solid working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, SharePoint) and analytical tools
Experience supporting U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command or Congressional Directed Medical Research Programs preferred
Active DoD security clearance

CICONIX, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
• Competitive market-based salary, commensurate with experience and education
• Comprehensive benefits package available (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401k etc).