Lead training sessions and develop mechanisms to measure training efficacy; tracks employee performance and measures training outcomes; conducts assessment and analysis to identify new development needs and recommends training methods accordingly.
Experience in cellular immunology and the ability to function independently as well as in a team is required; experience with preparing grant applications, and supervising lab personnel and clinical staff.
The Project Development Scientist will work closely with laboratory and clinical researchers, biostatisticians and the leaders of the Brain Tumor Program to shepherd projects from conception to grant submission, to clinical protocol, to manuscript.
The incumbent takes a technical leadership role in the information security program by contributing to the development of an enterprise wide security risk program, policies and standards, vulnerability life-cycle management and remediation, evaluation of new security technologies, and contributes to security incident and event management.
Manage content related projects to budget and timelines developed in partnership with director, communications; coordinates the documentation and guides the completion of project plans for key collaborative projects.
Prepares detailed program specifications and flowcharts, and coordinates the system's installation with the user department; prepares charts and diagrams to assist in problem analysis and submits recommendations for solutions.
The Senior Director, Campaign Operations will contribute to this vision by supporting and role modeling a commitment to adhering to disciplined, key processes and programs that sustain an office-wide focus on collaboration, efficiencies and metrics-based outcomes.
Develop an annual Campaign Communications operating plan that supports the overall fundraising plan for the Office of Philanthropy; provide monthly reports on activity and a year-end summary report.Create tracking and documentation systems to manage all activities.
The Senior Grants and Contracts Administrator (SGCA) brings together a broad range of research administration knowledge and expertise and coordinates a two person team in support of a portfolio of research programs ranging from small to large and complex.
The Regulatory Specialist III is responsible for supporting the regulatory affairs activity in all activities relating to all the company INDs/IDEs and COH sponsored INDs/IDEs for Phase I/II clinical trials in the setting of an academic research organization.
The Project Manager interacts with other BRI offices including business management, manufacturing, quality systems, regulatory affairs, technology licensing, research finance and OSR and external organizations and investigators.
Leads communication with faculty, and identifies and cultivates relationships with prospective health care trainees and/or institutions; manages the development and design of patient assessment collection tools and focus groups, oversees analysis of program success data, and write and submit reports.
Advise and assist investigators with interpretation and presentation of data for publication related to their clinical projects; edit/write portions of the manuscript text related to the clinical projects they are managing.