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Stacy Philipson Grenis, CEO

sphilipson@scgcorp.com

Susie Warner, MPH, CMP, Vice President

swarner@scgcorp.com

Mike Bykowski, Vice President

mbykowski@scgcorp.com

The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc.
656 Quince Orchard Road, Suite 210
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20878-1409
Phone: 301-670-4990
Fax: 301-670-3815

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For all positions, candidates should send resumes to recruitment@scgcorp.com.

Job Summary

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks an Administrative Assistant who will be based at our client site in North Bethesda/Rockville. The contractor will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the Office of the Director (OD), Division of Program Coordination and Planning and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI), Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP). The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services.

SCOPE.
Under this delivery order, the contractor will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the Office of the Director (OD), Division of Program Coordination and Planning and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI), Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP). The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services.

TASKS/SERVICES. The contractor shall:

  • Design and coordinate systems for communications among staff to facilitate the efficient flow of information related to projects and program activities.
  • Set up and coordinate meetings and events for the office; query for attendees' schedules; reserve conference space; ensure that room, Web Ex, Zoom, Skype, and/or conference line is set up correctly and all materials are available for the meeting; make sign-in sheets and other ways to account for attendance; document major meeting findings or actions.
  • Compose correspondence requiring some understanding of technical matters within the program.
  • Serve as the point person for ORIP Director regarding logistic support for meeting; coordinate logistic information with other NIH and OD units, or external groups.
  • Keep records of service contracts and additional support.
  • Note commitments made by executive level staff during meetings; arrange for staff implementation. Compose summaries.
  • Gather and analyze information about processes and programs; prepare reports, letters and gather other documents for review and input for programs, policies and activities.
  • Set up and format spreadsheets used to analyze information.
  • Independently arrange for ORIP Director to represent the organization at conferences and meetings; establish appointment priorities; reschedule or refuse appointments or invitations.
  • Read outgoing correspondence for executive level staff approval; alert writers to any conflict with the file or departure from policies or staff viewpoint; make recommendations to resolve problems that arise.
  • In the executive level staff’s absence, ensure that requests for action or information are relayed to the appropriate staff.
  • Coordinate the day-to-day office operations, including, but not limited to, conflict resolution,
  • Organization and prioritization of tasks, and responding to written communications.
  • Coordinate the printing and conversion of paper documents to electronic files.
  • Develop, maintain and utilize various administrative databases.
  • Prepare a variety of items including travel requests, professional service orders, requests for sponsored travel, outside activities, official duty memoranda, training requests, agendas, manuscripts, abstracts, protocols, individual/mass mailings, correspondence, reports and various forms with responsibility for proper format, grammar, punctuation and spelling.
  • Update, and maintain shared calendars.
  • Coordinate and set up meetings, workshops and courses for staff.
  • Make arrangement for meetings; schedule conference rooms.
  • Maintain office records including office procurements and reimbursement procedures.
  • Provide support with timekeeping duties.

DELIVERABLES. Upon request, the contractor shall provide documentation evidence of any and/or all work product, including, but not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Work products and documents related to designing and coordinating systems for communications among staff to facilitate the efficient flow of information relating to projects and program activities; compose correspondence requiring some understanding of technical matters within the program; serve as point person regarding logistics support for meeting; coordinate webinars, conference calls and other communications with contractors and investigators.
  • Work products and documents related to coordinating the day-to-day office operations, including but not limited to, problem and conflict resolution, organization and prioritization of tasks, and responding to written communications.
  • Computer generated work including preparing letters, memoranda and any other assigned material (reports, schedules, manuscripts, abstracts, protocols, etc.); schedule and maintain tracking system for all activities, including documentation; maintain contact database and staff schedules/calendars; update and develop content for websites and monitor for currency and accuracy of information; set and format spreadsheets used to analyze information.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have:

  • Associate degree in business, management or equivalent discipline.
  • Minimum five (5) years of experience in related field.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Access).
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.

Interested candidate should submit resume and cover letter.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc. is looking for an Agreements Specialist to support our client located in Rockville, MD.

Background

The Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI) relies on a number of mechanisms to further its mission. Among such mechanisms is the relatively recent Other Transactions (OT) Authority intended for use in highly innovative research efforts. However, agreements under this authority are highly specialized, and historically labor intensive, often requiring considerable research, planning, preparation, and documentation for effective utilization and oversight. Given that the mechanism is infrequently used at NIH, expertise in this field is extremely specialized.

Description of Requirement

The government requires ongoing support with OT agreements, the mechanism’s use, stewardship, and overall portfolio management. No work will involve decision-making or other tasks considered inherently governmental.

Tasks

  • Agreements Monitoring: Involves direct participation in calls/meetings with NIH division and program staff, as well as awardees, to provide administration and oversight for assigned portfolio of existing OT awards; this includes detailed reviews of agreements and modifications, budgets and justifications, award progress reports/work products, responsiveness/timeliness of awardees, reported expenditures, and identifying risks to recommend corrective action. As needed, run financial reports off of various systems (i.e., PMS, QVR, etc.) for data calls and monitoring.
  • Awards-related Activities: Based on discussions with the DOTM director, program staff and OT SME, drafts or revises agreements language for consideration by program or other NIH staff—including but not limited to legal counsel (OGC), representatives of scientific divisions—and by potential awardees. Functions as a senior member of DOTM team during negotiations which can be complex and have high priority and visibility within the NIH Office of the Director (OD).
  • Support Services – OT Awards: Assist DOTM director and program staff in evaluating business objectives and negotiating complex terms and conditions that may deviate from traditional mechanism(s), policies and procedures; help with creating an understanding of various options for structuring agreements, relevant policy and other citations. This work also includes creating communications/document templates, and coming up with effective planning strategies for nimble agreement execution and flexible award administration/modification. Systems work—on eRA/IMPAC II, PMS and other NIH platforms—may be required, and is performed only at the DOTM director’s instructions.
  • Support Services – Division Organization/Staffing/Training: Assist DOTM director in the formation of this new division; activities will include review of potential staff applicants and selection, as well as providing an informal on-boarding orientation, training and leadership to new team members, as directed by the DOTM director. Continually advise on and assist with workload planning and prioritization, as assigned. Drafts guidelines, policies and standard operating procedures for DOTM staff, as requested by DOTM director.
  • Documentation Support: Involves advising DOTM director on the requirements for the official award files, suggesting both short- and long-term models; also, assist DOTM team and program staff with proper file structure and storage for all phases of the agreements management process. This work also includes creating communications/document templates and other forms necessary for official award administration.
  • Participation in Calls/Discussions: Participate in frequent/regular calls with the DOTM team, program, other NIH staff, and potential agreement holders towards accomplishing the aforementioned tasks.

Interested candidate should submit resume and cover letter explaining how you would be an asset to our team.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Communications Specialist to be based on-site our client facility located in Bethesda, MD.

Organization

This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of the Director (OD), Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI), Office of Disease Prevention (ODP).

Background

The ODP is seeking an energetic, highly motivated, detail-orientated communications professional to assist with the coordination and oversight of many ODP communications programs and tasks. Duties will relate directly to the projects included in the ODP Strategic Plan, and will be in support of the ODP mission to improve the public health by increasing the scope, quality, dissemination, and impact of prevention research supported by the NIH. The ideal candidate will be highly skilled in scientific and technical writing and editing. The ideal candidate will also possess a high level of expertise in communications, website management using Drupal, and PowerPoint. Although not required, the ideal candidate will have knowledge of the NIH structure and mission, especially in terms of communication. The ideal candidate will also have extensive knowledge of the prevention research community both inside and outside of the NIH and the ability to leverage this network to promote collaborative communications and outreach programs.

Scope of Work

The communications specialist will work to develop and implement appropriate vehicles for communicating information about the ODP, its programs, and resources. The contractor will work directly with ODP staff to carry out communications tasks and program responsibilities. These include but are not limited to the tasks and responsibilities as outlined below:

  1. Collect and draft weekly content for the ODP’s Twitter account. Maintain an editorial calendar of relevant ODP events and health observances. Assist in the development of social media strategies that support ODP’s overall communications objectives.
  2. Help manage all aspects of ODP’s GovDelivery email marketing program; format emails and newsletters, conduct A/B testing, and make adjustments appropriately to increase open and click-through rates.
  3. Help maintain the ODP website using Drupal, including writing, reviewing, maintaining, and updating web materials that are often time sensitive. Includes interacting with program staff to solicit materials and content reviews and to ensure web materials are accurate and current.
  4. Help staff to design, refine, and edit their PowerPoint presentations using the ODP template and branding and ensuring that the slides are compliant with Section 508.
  5. Work to optimize the user experience across ODP’s digital platforms. Assist with search engine optimization activities.
  6. Gather information from staff, draft and edit content, and submit material for a division-level newsletter by deadline, on a quarterly basis.
  7. Help schedule and support ODP events and meetings, including provide WebEx meeting, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams support. Work with ODP staff and partners on multiple promotional activities for ODP events and resources.
  8. Monitor multiple ODP communications mailboxes and respond to inquiries as appropriate and in a timely manner.

Deliverables

Deliverables will vary by assignment and will be specified, along with due dates, at the time of assignment. Products should be delivered by or ahead of deadlines and respond to assigned objectives. Products and results include but are not limited to providing findings and options to the ODP project coordinator. Recommendations should be research-based, concise, and relevant to the task at hand. Active participation in frequent discussions to inform and constructively address identified issue(s). As appropriate, this will include citing the positive and negative implications of possible decisions or options.

Quality

All deliverables should be of expert quality with no content inaccuracies or editorial errors. Any errors will be fixed at the expense of the contractor, and not NIH.

Certifications, Licenses, Physical Requirements, or other Expertise Required:

  • Bachelor's degree. M.P.H. or other master's level degree is a plus.
  • At least 3 years of related experience required.
  • Ability to work independently on multiple time-sensitive projects simultaneously with strong organizational skills required.
  • Strong scientific and technical writing and editing skills required.
  • Strong proficiency using Drupal is a plus.
  • Experience drafting and managing social media content for a large organization is a plus; for the federal government is strongly preferred.
  • Strong proficiency designing creative and clear PowerPoint slides about scientific subjects is a plus.
  • Experience conducting meetings via Webex, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams is a plus.
  • Excellent teamwork skills.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Level 1 security clearance.

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Job Description

The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc. (SCG) seeks a Conference/Meeting Planner to join its meetings department. Duties include but are not limited to logistical support, client meetings, budget tracking, vendor contract negotiations, site selection, food and beverage selection, meeting materials preparation (including agenda and program development), tracking registration, website content development, database management, and speaker/travel coordination.

  • Bachelor's degree in business, communication, hospitality, or related field required
  • CMP or CGMP certification and prior government experience preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years' event/meeting planning or related hospitality work experience
  • Poised under pressure, flexible with time constraints and changing schedules, and ability to think quickly to resolve problems
  • Clear accurate written and verbal communication skills
  • Exceptional customer service skills and ability to work effectively with clients and vendors
  • Must be detail-oriented, sharp, professional, independent, and self-motivated
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to work flexible hours to be onsite at meetings early in the morning or late into the evening
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Health Communication Specialist to be based on-site our client facility located in Rockville, MD.

The Health Communication Specialist is responsible for responding to inquiries from members of the public, health professionals, and researchers through email, standard mail, telephone, fax, and social media channels. This role will include using appropriate health information and National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) research resources to develop accurate responses to public inquiries and provide referrals to approved health resources and/or other offices and government agencies. The position of Health Communication Specialist involves quick-turnaround knowledge acquisition about the NIH, including NIAID, biomedical research program; leadership opportunities; and direct client interactions.

Responsibilities

  • Perform duties onsite at the client’s office.
  • Respond quickly to written (email, standard mail, fax, and social media) and telephone inquiries from members of the public, including health professionals, scientists, researchers, patients and family members, and students in a timely, accurate, analytic, and articulate manner.
  • Use appropriate NIH, including NIAID, research and other scientific and health information resources to accurately and analytically respond to inquiries on health topics relevant to the NIH, including NIAID, research portfolio and related activities.
  • Develop appropriate, analytic, and accurate written and oral responses to communicate scientific and health information to the public.
  • Stay abreast of NIAID, NIH, and other HHS news releases, research topics and findings and health information relevant to the Institute and other HHS entities.
  • Work independently, collaboratively, and effectively to product high-quality responses to inquiries to NIAID that are up-to-date and responsive to the question.
  • Learn, test, use, and manage the customer relationship management system and call center phone system; train staff on those systems.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, and other reports for SCG and the Institute.
  • Collaborate with Institute staff, including but not limited to, public inquiries and media staff, IT staff, and subject matter experts; participate and propose solutions/troubleshoot in team meetings.
  • Collaborate with SCG team members; participate in regularly scheduled meetings.
  • Help develop and/or update inquiry response training materials and policy and procedures manuals.
  • Identify staff training needs; help to develop and implement training and mentoring programs to address those needs.
  • Identify potential areas to improve inquiry response processes as needed.

Education

  • Master’s degree in science and/or science-related and/or public health or public health or scientific communications or policy fields

Qualifications

  • Experience with infectious, immunologic, and/or allergic diseases and/or biomedical research preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills
  • Ability to perform complex searches for health information on the Internet, assess the relevance of the results, and translate relevant findings to the public.
  • Knowledge of Government health information resources; familiarity with PubMed, clinicaltrials.gov and other health resources preferred.
  • Experience in responding to inquiries from members of the public and other entities by telephone and through written/email communication preferred but not required.
  • Ability to work in software systems, such as Microsoft CRM, and call center telephone systems, such as Clarity Connect.
  • Familiarity with the Congressional process and/or controlled correspondence a plus.
  • Ability to work independently and with a team to complete tasks.

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Job Description

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Program Support Assistant (PSA). Position will be based at our client site in Rockville, MD

Background

The NIH Office of AIDS Research (OAR) was created by Congress to oversee, coordinate and manage all NIH HIV-related research. OAR establishes scientific priorities in the global fight against HIV/AIDS and ensures that U.S. Government research dollars are invested in the areas of highest scientific priority. OAR receives the total Congressional NIH budget allocation for HIV/AIDS ($3 B in FY 2018) and distributes funds to the NIH institutes and centers (ICs) which conduct HIV research directly and fund research in the U.S. and internationally.

OAR annually solicits input from the scientific community, HIV/AIDS community members and advocates, and other stakeholders to establish scientific priorities and develop its strategic plan. OAR funds research to understand and prevent HIV transmission; to develop effective treatments and interventions for HIV; to discover a cure; and to work on an HIV vaccine. OAR also funds research to treat HIV coinfections and comorbidities, translate discoveries into public health, and advance the NIH HIV/AIDS research agenda. Underpinning across all the HIV research priorities are supporting basic research; addressing health disparities; understanding how social and behavioral factors affect implementation of scientific interventions; and providing training and capacity building in the field.

Scope of work

This position performs all duties consistent with a Program Support Assistant for the Operations team. The individual, at all times, maintains professionalism, composure and confidentiality. He/she also is able to nimbly adjust priorities with limited or no notice, resolve conflicts presented to him/her with appropriate guidance from senior staff or the COR.

The contractor will work with the COR and other appropriate NIH officials and staff to perform the following:

Task 1: Administrative Support

The assistant will be expected to provide administrative support for scientific staff members. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Performing travel logistics planning and coordination.
  • Serving as a backup on relevant NIH enterprise systems, including Purchasing Online Tracking System (POTS) and CGE, the NIH travel system.
  • Supporting OAR committees, work groups and tasks forces.
  • Arranging meeting space, obtaining and confirming attendees’ schedules, and organizing meeting materials before the meeting.
  • Setting up conference calls/Skype for Business meetings and ensuring the call details are provided to meeting attendees.
  • Setting up audio visual equipment for use at meetings.
  • Suggesting strategies to improve the team’s performance, including implementing strategies to optimize webinars.
  • Making edits to and/or providing input on SOPs to reflect new or updated, and approved procedures.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on activities and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Respond to written and verbal communications on a daily basis.
  • POTS activities should occur within 24 hours of receipt of task.
  • OAR staff travel needs include, but are not limited to, reservations, transfers, changes, and cancellations as well as reimbursements`. Reservations include booking domestic and international air travel, hotels and rental cars.
  • As needed, take notes at meetings and list follow-up or other action items requiring the attention of the federal task manager.

Task 2: Document Development and Management

This task involves providing support for paper, electronic, and other files or materials in the OAR. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Drafting and editing internal correspondence and written materials to inform staff of information impacting operations.
  • Photocopying and assembling printed materials as needed.
  • Creating and maintaining office records and project files.
  • Entering documents into the Document Tracking System and/or Incoming Requests Tracking System as soon as items are received.
  • Generating meeting minutes, agendas, and other communication materials for proper format, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Serving as a support staff to various committees. Duties include preparing meeting agendas and minutes and tracking action items.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on projects and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Respond to written and verbal communications on a daily basis.
  • When creating or editing documents, correct for grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Meeting materials provided to the federal task manager and meeting attendees in advance of the meeting. This includes but is not limited to maintaining the meeting folders, including the background materials.
  • Track, record, and direct incoming and outgoing office documents and requests. Tasks should be performed immediately upon receipt and are expected to occur numerous times daily.
  • Requested products are produced by or ahead of deadlines and are in line with the assigned objectives. They are of high quality with no content inaccuracies and minimal editorial errors.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Attention to detail, planning, and organization skills
  • Ability to handle multiple ongoing assignments at once
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, Skype for Business) and SharePoint

Deliverables: In addition to the items mentioned above, the contractor shall:

  • Sign a nondisclosure agreement upon employment
  • Attend meetings as required by the COR
  • Submit other reports as required by the COR

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Program Support Assistant (PSA). Position will be based at our client site in Bethesda, MD

SCOPE

Under this task order, the contractor will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the Office of Research on Women’s Health. The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services.

TASKS/SERVICES. The contractor shall:

  • Coordinate the day-to-day office operations, including, but not limited to problem and conflict resolution, organization and prioritizations of tasks; respond to written communications.
  • Update and maintain staff calendars; ensure that staff attends meetings; coordinate all meeting materials and provide to the staff prior to the meeting.
  • Set up and coordinate remote and live meetings and events for the office; query for attendees’ schedules; reserve conference space; ensure that room, WebEx and other communication applications (i.e., Zoom, Skype, Teams), and/or conference line is set up correctly and all materials are available for the meeting; make name badges, sign-in sheets and other ways to account for attendance; take meeting notes and document major meeting findings or actions; provide meeting minutes within one week after the meeting occurs.
  • Manage access to the conference room and scheduling.
  • Provide parking stickers for visitors as needed; track parking sticker use and reorder within the parameters decided by the IC as needed.
  • Ensure that all shared office space and equipment (i.e., copier, conference room, supply room, etc.) are in working order to meet daily business needs.
  • Inventory and order office supplies and equipment with the parameters decided by ORWH Leadership; coordinate equipment maintenance; ensure that all commonly used machines (i.e., printers, scanners) are in working order and supplied with paper and toner.
  • Review all Property for ORWH to determine that all equipment is accounted for and assigned to an employee; coordinate Property activities for the office.
  • Place procurement requests with the proper justifications and supporting documentation through the NIH POTS system.
  • Update and maintain the emergency contact information and staff listing.
  • Ensure that office phone trees are up-to-date and accurate and make updates to reflect arrival/departure of staff.
  • Work with the Office of Research Facilities and/or Office of Research Services and others in the Office of the Director and NIH to coordinate any building maintenance, repairs or renovations.
  • Submit Help Desk tickets as needed to remediate IT or phone or other communications issues.
  • Ensure that office policies and procedures are updated and posted on the intranet.
  • Maintain the office shared drive and common office calendars.
  • Maintain files according to the ORWH internal policies and principles.
  • Create spreadsheets, word documents, slides and other documents for the office.
  • Ensure successful execution of projects and provide updates on project progress to Leadership; ensure that projects stay on task and reaches its goals and objectives
  • Develops detailed project plan(s) and apply project management principles to implement projects.
  • Serves as Liaison to ORWH or other NIH staff on various projects
  • Provides documents and other materials to the COR or Communications Director to ensure timely promotion and clearance of events; track delivery and clearance of materials.
  • Identifies to Leadership issues, concerns and potential risks that may impact project progress, i.e., missed or delayed deadlines.
  • Draft lessons learned reports, as requested, to document successful experience and practice of the project.
  • Coordinate trans-ORWH meetings
  • Coordinates with and acts as back up to other program support assistants

DELIVERABLES. Upon request, the contractor shall provide documentation evidence of any and/or all work products, including, but not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Work products and documents related to updating and maintaining staff calendars; coordinate meetings, meeting materials and parking stickers; schedule conference rooms and audiovisual equipment.
  • Work products and documents related to reviewing and tracking property; place procurement orders; coordinate property activities; submit Help Desk tickets; coordinate building maintenance, repairs and renovations.
  • Work products and documents related to preparing documents, including office correspondence, SOPs purchase requests and justifications; office supplies inventory and equipment.
  • Work products and documents related to the analysis of projects and associated work assignments; project plans and milestones; project deliverables and requirements; weekly accomplishments reports; lessons learned reports.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have:

  • Minimum of five (5) years of related experience.
  • Knowledge of NIH policies, procedures and policies.
  • Ability to successfully manage competing priorities
  • Ability to engage and communicate with multiple stakeholders who may be more senior
  • Outcomes oriented
  • Experience in critical path analysis
  • Experience in identifying and managing risks
  • Intermediate fluency with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and MS Project)
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written, in English.
  • Knowledge of correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, capitalization and style.
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal and time management skills.

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD, has a full-time position available for an experienced Science Writer/Editor with at least 5 years of scientific/technical writing and editing experience. MS degree required; Ph.D. preferred in biomedical/life sciences. Diverse writing experience a plus (preparation of detailed scientific meeting summaries, technical reports, articles, strategic plans, and other documents). Please provide 3 writing and/or editing samples. Excellent benefits.

Interested candidate should submit resume, cover letter, and writing samples to recruitment@scgcorp.com.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Locations

SCG Gaithersburg

656 Quince Orchard Road
Suite 210
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

SCG Frederick

7315A Grove Road
Frederick, MD 21704