September 11, 2016
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Scientific Program Analyst

Cape Fox Facilities Services - BETHESDA, MD

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Job Description

The Scientific Program Analyst will independently
provide support services to satisfy the overall
operational objectives of the National Institute of
Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. The primary
objective is to provide services and deliverables
through performance of support services.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Create search criteria for locating scientific, program
and related information available on the internet and
through other means.
Conduct literature and database searches for material
directed at specific programmatic needs.
Develop and maintain database and website content
related to scientific programs.
Maintain and distribute scientific papers relevant to
specific programmatic needs.
Review, proofread and archive programmatic documents
describing scientific and management issues and policies
related to the designated program.
Work with NIH staff on Program evaluations.
Organize, analyze, and/or present reports in scientific
Read, interpret, analyze and condense material from a
variety of sources for presentation.
Prepare presentation materials such as tables, graphs,
slides and overheads by assimilating data.
Request information from and provide e-mail, phone and
written responses to principal investigators (grantees),
extramural program staff and others on scientific and
programmatic issues.
Analyze and develop presentations consisting of data
from grantee progress reports to be used by Program
staff and at grantee meetings in the overall analysis of
Program progress.
Take a proactive role in tracking action items and
tasks, providing deadline reminders to Program staff;
update and maintain spreadsheets of relevant
Participate in meetings and provide minutes/reports.
Work with NIH staff and serve as the point of contact
with logistics contract staff to coordinate planning for
various scientific meetings, conference calls, symposia,
lectures and workshops.
Develop a template for reporting meeting minutes to
Program staff.
Develop meeting agendas for Program working group
meetings and other Program related meetings.
Represent the Program at local and national meetings in
collaboration with program staff by delivering
presentations and posters; disseminate details of the
Program and collect information of value to the Program
Organize and maintain a repository of resources,
including minutes, reports, spreadsheets and web pages
related to the program.
Track and analyze changes in policy and procedures
related to the Program management and proactively inform
Program staff of their implications.
Work with the NIH and NIBIB communications and IT staff
to create content for website and disseminate to media
Provide a weekly update on assigned tasks and a monthly
demonstration on progress/completed deliverables.
Physical Requirements
Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds.
Sit or stand throughout a regular work day.
Ability to work on computer for long periods.
Special Job Facts
Strong communication skills, both oral and written
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and time
management skills.
Unclassified and subject to a National Agency Check and
Inquiry Investigation.
Work Environment
Work area will be free from debris, dust, liquid
spillage, and food particles. Maintains all work spaces
and in a clean and organized manner.
Office environment
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor s degree in the Life Sciences, Physical
Sciences or a related discipline.
Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a related
Background in biomedical imaging informatics and/or
health informatics
Skill in data analysis, preparation of spreadsheets and
Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook,
Skill in collecting and analyzing both text and
numerical data from the internet and other resources
Ability to produce graphical and tabular representations
of complex data for presentation and use by Program
Experience working with international
collaborations/teams and foreign government agencies
would be a plus.
Must have authorization to work in the United States as
defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986.
Cape Fox Corporation, its subsidiaries, and joint
ventures will provide equal employment opportunities to
all persons and prohibits employment decisions on the
basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin,
sex, age, disabling condition, political affiliation,
protected veterans status, or sexual orientation. Cape
Fox Corporation, its subsidiaries and joint ventures
offer preference to Cape Fox Corporation shareholders,
descendants and other Native Americans pursuant to
Public Law 100-241.