Term: 1 year
This position is responsible for accomplishing strategic objectives by overseeing multiple project activities and coordinating cross-project activities within the COMPASS program of research (Cannabis use, Obesity, Mental health, Physical activity, Alcohol use, Smoking, Sedentary behaviour). The Program Manager provides leadership and team/staff management for all aspects of the COMPASS program, assists with strategic planning and resource allocation activities, and oversees program implementation and reporting for funded activities within COMPASS.
This position is contingent on funding.
Utilization, deployment, and development of people and capital resources:
Liaises and maintains communications with projects’ stakeholders:
Develops and meets financial objectives for multiple projects within the program of research:
Enhances the scope, reach, and reputation of the program of research:
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities
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