The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) is affiliated with USU and provides administrative services for positions with the CDP. HJF is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving military medicine and public health.​ Available positions are listed below.

Program Manager II

Program Manager IIHJF is seeking a Program Manager II to support the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) located at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD. HJF provides scientific, technical, and programmatic support services to CDP. Provides administrative project oversight to maximize the effective use of project resources. Assist with Center-wide budget and accounting, sponsor award management, continuing education management, overall management, contracts, and purchasing areas. Works on problems of moderate scope, applying an intermediate level understanding of organizational objectives, budgeting processes, sponsor award administration, and project management principles.


  1. Coordinates all aspects of select funded research projects and training programs within the Executive Team, to include scheduling and leading meetings with internal and external personnel, ensuring that project deliverables are completed within established milestones and meeting quality standards, monitoring progress across multiple aspects of projects, and consolidating information into interim and final project reports. Assists with creation and submission of regulatory documentation (e.g., IRB packages and required reporting). (25%)
  2. Manage all aspects of CDP’s Continuing Education Sponsor Approvals in collaboration with the Continuing Education team. (20%)
  3. Manages preparing award proposals and pre-approval documentation and ensures workflow of all necessary documents. Oversees all close-out and reporting requirements per award guidance. (20%)
  4. Manages on-site award set-up and ensures compliance with award regulations for all CDP grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts through resource allocation monitoring, expenditure approval, budget variance analysis, and corrective actions initiation. Monitors awards for compliance with regulations and adherence to timelines. Ensures compliance with terms and conditions of the award. Maintains archive of documents required to support pre/post award management. (25%)
  5. Interacts with project stakeholders by facilitating information flow as a liaison between research staff, Principal Investigators, project sponsors, research administrators and HJF Program Operations in the administration of agreements and contracts and research compliance. Develops and maintains standard operating procedures, maintains and disseminates policies and obtains feedback for continual process improvement. (10%)
  6. May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. This may include attendance of and participation in required training for role.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of organizational objectives, the federal budget process, office automation; ability to work completely independently, use sound judgement in solving problems, and coordinate many complex systems and programs simultaneously. Knowledge of project management principles, and good communications, customer/client relationship skills and people management experience.

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