Liaises with other departments about cross-departmental collaborations, including regular opera and dance performances, as well as special events with Historical Performance, Jazz and other performance events.
Develop and analyze complex financial data; identify relevant information and trends; interpret data for the purpose of determining past financial performance and/or to project a financial position, prepares written analyses.
Articulate fundraising priorities, goals and objectives; develop an annual and long-range operating plan to allow for implementation of the vision and strategy; develop a comprehensive understanding of the research, teaching, and patient care components of Children's Center.
The System Engineer oversees systems management for the group's virtual machines, application servers, and network systems; the engineer provides tier 2 and 3 level technical support for the Peabody Institute Community, including staff, faculty, and students.
Develops and implement plans and policies for service delivery in support of organizational operations; leads large scale projects, which may include those requiring multi-disciplinary coordination and significant vendor collaboration.
Lead and provide direction to technical team for all of the above tasks by reviewing work and adherence to institutional standards and guidelines to ensure collaboration and communication with team members and customers.
Develop policies and procedures, within the framework of the University and Center, appropriate to the efficient management of the clinical research audit program and trial monitoring activities, considering all Center and divisional goals.
The Deputy Director supervises, provides guidance, and supports all staff within the Lerner Center across all projects. This position also provides guidance to other senior staff, affiliated faculty, and other key partners who are not direct reports.
The role is critical to ensuring the operational efficiency and effectiveness of the Office of the President; serves as a trusted adviser to the VP/CoS and other senior administrators; and manages and oversees projects and initiatives to achieve the University's priorities and objectives.
The Director for Human Resources Central, is a member of the Human Resources Leadership Team for Johns Hopkins University and will be reporting to the AVP for Employee and Labor Relations. The primary responsibility for this candidate is leading and implementing the strategic Human Resources practice specifically for University Administration (UA) organization.
The Facilities Engineer is responsible for assisting the Associate Director for Engineering, Energy, and Sustainability (ADEES) for engineering design efforts related to building systems and campus infrastructure, and assisting in developing guidelines and standards that produce efficient energy use and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Director of Research and Prospect Management is responsible for the research and analysis of fundraising efforts while laying the groundwork for the fundraising process through comprehensive and strategic analysis of donor pools and philanthropic giving trends; exploration of key relationship networks; and presentation of meaningful research data as it relates to ongoing fundraising activities and new campaign initiatives.
The Director of Student Ventures will lead all efforts, operations, strategic initiatives and programming related to student entrepreneurship and the venture hub including coordination with campus, FastForward/JHTV, student groups, DAR, and the broader Baltimore community as well as with alumni networks, sponsors, mentors, and others.
Participates in large-scale research and development projects related to metadata discovery, interoperability, and identity management, including the development of a linked data environment and of descriptive metadata standards throughout MUSE.
The Program Director will be responsible for the development of new clinical scientific and clinical operational initiatives for NTAP, the review / critique of ongoing clinical research initiatives, overseeing data and data analysis in collaboration with data analysis partners such as Sage Bionetworks and facilitating clinical collaborations among the neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) clinical research community within and outside of NTAP.