The incumbent will be providing complex technical assistance to principal investigators in support of various research activities; serving as an authoritative source on research practices, precedents, theory, and principles; establishing priorities; providing training and feedback; and ensuring all projects are completed in a timely fashion.
The Staff Psychologist/Assistant Training Coordinator assists in the development and regulation of training policy and procedures; and demonstrates knowledge of supervision theory and interest in training future mental health providers.
The Operations Manager will also be working with principal investigators, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students and technicians to resolve research needs and issues relating to the housing and care of laboratory animals.
Assisting with the development and annual update of the surgical skills laboratory curriculum, and with supporting documents for each module; creating monthly surgical resident and faculty assignments for laboratory sessions, notifying attendees of their assignments, and documenting attendance.
The Senior Web Developer mentors junior staff members, manages concurrent projects on time and budget, helps set and meet business objectives, as well as works collaboratively and proactively with other team members to deliver highest-quality results.
The Director of Alumni Relations and Community Engagement will be responsible for the design, implementation, and on-going management of various projects in Community and Alumni engagement related to assessment, accreditation, and may also involve directing the policy and planning for continued engagement with the College and its constituents.