G7 Pediatric Disaster Network (G7-PDN) is a federally funded consortium that aims to ensure the states of the gulf coast can comprehensively respond to disaster events impacting child health, expanding capabilities by leveraging existing efforts while developing and disseminating disaster preparedness and response best practices, regionally. The Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) funds three Pediatric Disaster Care Centers of Excellence (COE), with Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine leading one of these, G7-PDN; a consortium of experts from across the Gulf coast, including Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Puerto Rico. The Senior Research Operations Associate is responsible for the facilitation of the entire grant regions daily implementation of this grant program.
This role is eligible for hybrid work schedule.
Assist G7-PDN principal investigator (PI) with daily implementation of the grant program
Maintain grant compliance and reporting, including outcome measurement and grant budgets—taking responsibility for meeting high standards of effectiveness, timeliness, and completeness, including:
Monitor and maintain ASPR funding schedules and requirements
Track progress toward organizational and programmatic outcomes and goals
Request reimbursements and drawdowns as needed
Draft compelling progress reports and targeted program updates (e.g. blog posts, press releases, FB and twitter posts) to funders that fully capture programmatic success
Assemble all necessary supporting materials and documents including budget reports, outcome measurements, success stories, etc.; submit reports to ASPR
Support data collection from EMS/transport agencies, hospitals, coalitions, and key stakeholders for G7-PDN projects utilizing online tools
Affect improvements in pediatric disaster preparedness by collaborating with local, regional, state and federal governmental organizations
Identify and prioritize initiatives to improve pediatric disaster preparedness within the region utilizing data and model programs developed by other COE’s and programs
Out of state travel required quarterly for up to 4 days at a time
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Four years of relevant experience.
Master’s degree in public health, humanitarian affairs, emergency management or relevant field
Bachelor’s degree in public health, humanitarian affairs, emergency management or relevant field
Experience with grant writing, manuscript preparation, meeting facilitation, project planning, web page design, and using quality improvement methodology (in health care preferred)
Familiarity with federal regulations around grant program management, procurement and logistics, and their application in public health settings
Baylor College of Medicine requires employees to be fully vaccinated -subject to approved exemptions-against vaccine-preventable diseases including, but not limited to, COVID-19 and influenza.
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