The materials science and nano engineering department is currently seeking a postdoctoral research associate with a background in materials science, chemistry or polymer science or related field with experience in multI - step organic synthesis, polymer synthesis and characterizations.
The program is geared toward scientists who aim to pursue integrated, translational research that is focused on advancing promising new nanotechnology - based diagnostics and therapeutics to improve cancer care.
Performs the full range of project management cycle: coordinating activities, preparing budget estimates, initiating and awarding contracts, and monitoring consultants/contractors; producing appropriate bid documents, specifications and material selections, or oversight of externally hired design professionals performing same.
Serves as a key member of the admission leadership team working with the director, admission to develop strategies and initiatives to achieve the goals of the division aligned to the priorities of the university.
Directs efforts of managers; develops those in leadership positions and in the leadership pipeline, makes hiring decisions, provides coaching and mentoring, manages performance, determines staffing needs, develops and ensures succession planning within area of responsibility.
Successful candidates will ideally have a strong background in structural or systems reliability, probabilistic risk assessment with emphasis on hurricanes/surge/flooding, and resilience quantification.
The Assistant Director for leader development administers and executes objectives and key results (OKR) of the assigned program(s). In addition to program administrative functions, this position is responsible for program design, development and delivery of interactive workshops and /or group coaching modules.
The Postdoctoral Research Associate will perform scientific research and bench work. This person conducts independent experimental studies, facilitates other ongoing research in the laboratory, and develops and validates new protocols.
Develop wireless coverage/heat maps utilizing industry standard tools. Recommend wireless hardware and software to meet requirements and minimize cost. Plan, schedule, and execute entire end-to-end installations.
The Associate Vice President is responsible for all human resource operations across the University and for further developing an intelligent and efficient working environment in a 21st century research university setting. As part of these responsibilities, the AVP serves as a key thought partner and trusted advisor to the university's senior leaders on all human capital matters.
The deputy director will have highly developed skills of process and project management, team management and oversight, strategic planning, budget management, measurement, accountability, admissions practices and policies, and constituent communications.
The research group of Professor Tkaczyk develops modern optical instruments for biological and biomedical applications. The group's profile combines new technologies in optics, opto-mechanics, electronics, software and bio-chemical materials to solve problems of medical diagnosis and detection for both clinical and remote environments.