The incumbent of this position serves as a Biologist, Toxicologist or Physical Scientist in the FDA, Office of the Commissioner, Office of the Chief Scientist, Office of Regulatory Science and Innovation will be responsible for a variety of duties such as:
--Serves as a Program Lead and is responsible primarily for program management, administration, and evaluation of advanced development of nanotechnology related project and activities and other scientific priorities as assigned by senior leadership of the Office.
--Provides scientific and program management expertise in identifying, addressing and coordinating research initiatives relevant to development of assigned scientific priorities (regulatory science and nanotechnology).
--Manages a comprehensive program of advanced development for cost, schedule and performance acquisition of scientific priorities and/or other nanotechnology activities including providing a programmatic interface to logistics support.
--Develops and submits operating budgets for maintaining Office facilities and systems. Coordinates completion of the relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the acquisitions operation in the Office.
--Manages the project through the complex acquisition process coordinating through functional areas. Specifically, analyzes the expected impact of contemplated budget revisions, program adjustments, economic trends, or directives from higher echelons upon the assigned project and takes independent action to minimize adverse effects and provide information to FDA senior leadership.