Associate Program Manager Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Academic / Research
Internal Number: 2115037
Associate Program Manager
Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program
The Associate Program Manager will coordinate the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Teen Motor Vehicle Safety Program for Monroe Carell Jr.Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt in collaboration with the Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program Manager. Facilitates agreements and contracts with outside agencies related to the teen motor vehicle safety program. Responsible for all event planning. Coordinates expenses for the Teen motor vehicle safety program within the established budget. Also is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing activities and communications related to the other injury prevention programs within the department.
Plans and leads the execution of the event or program/service in order to meet established goals, objectives and timeliness.
Provides input into the establishment of goals and objectives for the event or program/service.
Determines the content and details of the event or program/service.
Maintains the calendar and timelines of all events and programs
Work on overall logistics plan necessary to successfully carry out events.
Provide support for agreements needed to procure services, supplies, and equipment for all events and programs.
Participates in IRB Research affiliated with the programs and monitors all aspects of research.
Work with vendors ahead of events to secure services including, but not limited to, catering, audiovisual assistance, parking and transportation, rentals, and decor.
Continuously compiles, reviews and analyzes event or program/service outcomes against the established goals, objectives, and timeliness.
Recommends improvements to the event or program/service.
Identifies, researches, and selects the facilities necessary for the event or program/service. Schedules facilities as appropriate.
Develops the overall logistical plan necessary to successfully carry out the event or program/service.
Solicits volunteers, students and /or other staff members to help in the execution of the event or service.
Determines what marketing efforts are needed and creates budgetary proposals to carry out those marketing efforts.
Designs promotional materials for the event or program/service or contracts with internal or external partners to develop such communications.
Acts as a liaison for the event or program/service by answering inquiries, providing information, and addressing concerns.
Writes specifications, negotiates and monitors agreements for the procurement of services, supplies and equipment, according to University Purchasing policies and guidelines.
Maintains appropriate documentation of the event or program/service to ensure compliance with Vanderbilt policies and procedures, as well as those of the funding source, if external.
Provides budgetary management to the event or program/service.
Creates the budgetary proposal for the event or program/service and secures necessary approvals.
Has responsibility to ensure that the event or program/service is executed on or under budget.
Monitors expenditures and makes decisions on allocation of funds throughout the event or program/service.
Makes purchases and requisitions items needed. May have signature authority for such purchases and requisitions.
May manage staff, students and volunteers supporting the event or program/service.
Determines appropriate staffing levels for the event or program/service.
Hires, trains and supervises volunteers, student workers, or staff for the event or program/service.
Coordinates or provides for the training of staff as needed.
The Injury Prevention Program at Children's Hospital is a nationally recognized program. Through collaboration with community partners, evidenced based strategies and innovative programming, we strive to reduce unintentional injuries among children and promote safe behaviors in the community. We also conduct research to better understand how to prevent injuries.
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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