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Behavioral & Social Science Program Manager - NIH - Bethesda, MD

Kelly Services
Bethesda, MD 20814
Behavioral & Social Science Program Manager Workforce Diversity & Inclusion *** NIH *** Bethesda, MD



Kelly Government is a strategic supplier and business partner to the federal government and its key suppliers. Through our partnership with the National Institutes of Health, Kelly Government Solutions offers administrative, IT, engineering, scientific, and healthcare professionals the opportunity to work with one of the most prestigious research organizations in the world. We are currently seeking a Behavioral & Social Science Program Manager Workforce Diversity & Inclusion to work with the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD.



This is a long-term contract position which offers:

- Competitive salary with comprehensive benefit package

- Opportunity to work at NIH, world's foremost medical research center

- Learn more about what Kelly can do for you at www.kellygovernmentsolutions.com at http://www.kellygovernmentsolutions.com/



**TASKS/SERVICES** : The contractor shall:

(1) Work with the Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity (COSWD) and the Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research (OBSSR) to support the NIH Workplace Climate and Harassment Survey (WCHS), and other trans-NIH initiatives critical to the mission of the Scientific Workforce Diversity office.

(2) Collaborate with staff to coordinate, integrate and articulate long-range scientific goals and strategies for the Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity.

(3) Manage, design (as needed) future phases of the NIH Workplace Climate and Harassment Survey (WCHS), to include progress reports, communication of data results, and qualitative research to identify workplace climate improvement strategies, organizational development strategies:

(a) Identify qualitative and quantitative data collection strategies, building upon the survey baseline to improve the workplace climate.

(b) Develop and coordinate next steps for improving the survey instrument.

(c) Serve on trans-NIH task forces, committees, panels related to the NIH WCHS.

(d) Establish internal advisory committees in support of the anti-harassment survey efforts.

(e) Develop and maintain relationships with trans-NIH partners to implement next steps of WCHS data communication and future data collection planning.

(f) Develop evaluation metrics to inform the design of prevention, intervention, and communication strategies (in partnership with the NIH Office of Communications and Public Liaison) related to workplace climate improvement initiatives.

(g) Serve as the senior scientist in SWD in the lead role for the WCHS.

(h) Collaborate with OBSSR, HR, CIVIL, EDI, and other partners to implement next stages of WCHS and organizational development efforts.

(4) Design (as needed) and manage the Grant Writing Report, Effects on Resubmission project, including:

(a) Revise the parameters of the project to inform a revised statement of work.

(b) Serve as the Project Lead for the study.

(c) Collaborate with SWD partners and stakeholders on the project.

(d) Ensure scientific rigor and oversight of the project

(5) Develop and coordinate new strategies for recruitment, retention and outreach of candidates who enhance the diversity of the applicant pools for positions at NIH.

(6) Develop and coordinate the NIH Future Research Leaders Conference; partner with the NIH Office of Intramural Research, Scientific Directors, FRLC Champions and other stakeholders to effectively design and implement conferences in future years.

(7) Analyze and produce reports and graphics of data collected through COSWD initiatives and programs.

(8) Conduct data analyses, synthesize and present results of data analyses, draw inferences, outline options, and make recommendations that bear on COSWD activities and policies.

(9) Identify, verify and evaluate quantitative, workforce related data needed to create reports, analyses or graphics.

(10) Conduct program and policy analysis for the Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity.

(11) Conduct literature searches and analyses of workforce training and development in the biomedical, clinical, behavioral and social sciences.

(12) Coordinate meetings and work groups related to the offices mission and strategic plan.

(13) Present project results to trans-NIH offices as well as at national conferences and meetings.

(14) Compose written narratives of proposed initiatives and prioritized projects.

(15) Produce position papers and staff documents, reports on current and planned activities,highlights of significant research findings in mission-related areas, and special reports on the activities of specific COSWD programs.

(16) Generate scientific and administrative reports in narrative, graphic, and tabular form.

(17) Assist in the preparation of scientific workforce diversity narratives for inclusion in COSWD web and print products.

(18) Generate reports on selected NIH accomplishments which may be in response to inquiries from other agency or department offices, Congress, or other high-level organization.

(19) Stay current of scientific literature, policy and legislation related to workforce diversity and inclusion

(20) Support implicit bias education research, education, and evaluation in support of the SWD mission in collaboration with SWD staff, consultants, and partners.

(21) Design, manage, and launch SWD research initiatives as determined by the COSWD; develop summary reports, presentations, publications, and products related to the research initiatives.



**REQUIREMENTS** : The contractor ideally would have:

(1) Ph.D. in a scientific discipline relevant to social science research.

(2) Minimum of six (6) years of research experience in a relevant field.

(3) Minimum of five (5) years of experience directing research programs and complex projects

(4) Program management or administrative experience, particularly in research setting related to social science, organizational change, and communication science with respect to workplace climate, strategic management and planning, or organizational change.

(5) Demonstrated leadership ability.

(6) Ability to analyze and interpret data.

(7) Strong communications skills, both oral and written.

(8) Excellent analytical, planning, organizational and time management skills.

(9) Excellent interpersonal skills.

(10) Ability to manage multiple projects and adapt quickly to changing priorities.



**PLEASE APPLY ONLINE**

Note that the phone number for our NIH branch is not listed. Due to the high volume of inquiries, we regret that we cannot accept phone calls. All qualified candidates will be contacted.




**AboutKelly Services** ****



As a workforce advocate for over 70 years, we are proud to have a role in managing employment opportunities for more than one million workers around the globe. We employ 550,000 of these individuals directly with the remaining workers engaged through our talent supply chain network of supplier partners. Revenue in 2015 was $5.5 billion. Visit kellyservices.com and connect with us on Facebook , LinkedIn and Twitter .


Kelly Services is an equal opportunity employer including, but not limited to, Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, Protected Veterans, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law. at https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
Posted: 2019-10-21 Expires: 2019-12-12

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