MD Anderson Cancer Center Program Manager - Epidemiology in Houston, Texas

The ideal candidate for the Program Manager - Epidemiology position at MD Anderson Cancer Center will have at least a Bachelor's degree in Science or a related field and a 3-5 years of related program management experience.

Research Activities :

Analyzes and evaluates program operations, procedures and program goals and develops processes and systems to ensure effective and efficient operations and to meet the program goals.

• Monitors research project timelines and communicates with principal analysts and trainees, as necessary, to ensure adequate progress is maintained

• Oversees the design, execution and effectiveness of protocols for data collection, data sharing, data management, and data usage and storage.

• Coordinates efforts with internal and external collaborators, staff and vendors to aid in data collection, data sharing, data management, and data usage and storage.

• Manages project data flow by communicating and coordinating with internal and external collaborators ensuring program benchmarks are met and data is processed (collected, genotyped, input, etc) in a timely manner so each phase of the program progresses so program goals can be obtained.

• Supports communication among team members, adhering to a research culture of creativity, spontaneity, excellence and

• Reads drafts of manuscripts for critical components, clarity.

• Prepare study data for analysis, analyze and incorporate data provided by internal and external sources.


Required: Bachelor's degree.

Preferred: Master's degree.

Prefer degree in Science or related field.


Required: Five years of related program management experience. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience or completed years of college on a one to one basis.

With preferred degree, three years of required experience.

It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law.