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Capture Management/Research Development Program Director
Functional Title:Capture Management/Research Development Program Director
Category Status:33-Exempt Regular
Applicant Search Category:Staff
University Authorized FTE:100
Offers of employment are contingent on completion of a background check. Information reported by the background check will not automatically disqualify you from employment.
Position Summary/Purpose of Position:
The Capture Management/Research Development Program Director will:
- Enhance individual, team, and institutional competitiveness through business development, partnership management, and strategic planning.
- Serve as an integral member of the RD team to help facilitate the sustained growth of the research enterprise toward $1B in external awards.
Benefits SummaryTop Benefits and Perks:
Bachelor’s degree required
- Eight years of relevant or related experience in strategic capture, proposal development, business development and/or program management or leadership.
- At least two (2) years working in a research-relevant position
- Experience with NSF-sponsored projects and proposal mechanisms, Grants.gov, FastLane, etc.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
- An ability to communicate (written and verbal) clearly and effectively with internal and external stakeholders, including across different disciplines and leadership levels
- Ability to identify, competitively assess, and pursue research development opportunities across multiple scientific disciplines
- Prior experience working at NSF, ideally in a program manager or leadership position
- Deep knowledge of NSF culture, internal processes, and funding mechanisms
- 2+ years experience in higher education Research Development
- Direct organizational experience working across different functional units, interfacing with leaders and faculty of varying roles
- Demonstrated prior performance in shaping a funding opportunity leading to successful capture
- Ability to facilitate technical workshops and interchange meetings
- Ability to independently identify, research and resolve issues
- Experience in using planning and organizational skills.
- Ability to multitask and manage competing deadlines
- Demonstrated emotional and cultural intelligence and track record of working with diverse populations and multicultural contexts.
Hybrid work negotiable
Job RisksNot Applicable to This Position
extended periods of sitting, standing, walking.
Activities will include campus visits and tours and external site visits and meetings, primarily
within the National Capital Region, requiring an ability to travel (e.g., walk, ride, use available
transportation) up to 60 minutes at a time.
Activities include presentations to varied audiences in person and via video.
Visual acuity and manual dexterity associated with daily use of desktop computer; bending,
stooping, reaching and lifting up to 20 pounds.
Open Until FilledYes
Best Consideration Date12/14/2023
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