The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is a national medical specialty society serving 41,000 members and is headquartered in Irving, Texas.
We are looking for a highly organized individual to manage a large and complex federal grant project. Tasks will include managing staff, ACEP members, and subcontractor activities; ensuring grant programmatic, administrative and financial compliance requirements are tracked and met; writing monthly progress reports; developing project timelines and deadlines; communicating regularly with the funder, staff and subcontractors; and other project management tasks. This person will also plan and manage the development, promotion, implementation, and evaluation of the Research Forum and EMBRS (Emergency Medicine Basic Research Skills) workshop. Duties include working with faculty, staff and vendors in the development of educational and training products, including lectures, videos, webinars, apps, podcasts and online education.
- BA or BS in a related field or equivalent related experience
- Three years of grants management and/or project management experience including written and oral presentations and managing multiple priorities
- Personal computer skills including spreadsheets and word processing
- Organizing and coordinating multiple projects simultaneously without close supervision
Experience managing large and complex government grants and PMP Certification is a plus.
Local candidates preferred – no relocation assistance available.
Located in Irving, we offer competitive salary, paid insurance plans, flextime, pension plan and more. Forward your resume and salary history/requirements to: Senior HR Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity employer offering a tobacco free environment.