The Sr. Change Manager will contribute to the effective implementation of MyDay, a complex program designed to improve the company's operational excellence and ability to make insight-driven decisions.
The DRD strives to generate new streams of research support from federal, state, foundation, and industrial sources. He/she works closely with researchers and staff to facilitate collaborations, identify potential funding opportunities, and work with funding agencies (government and private) to improve the University's funding success.
Manage four professional staff members and one support staff member; identify new members; track renewal and upgrade solicitations; coordinate prospects and donors with school and regional development staff; and report on results.
Provides university oversight in implementing the Dining Services and Nutrition Services programs in accordance with university standards, prudent financial management and in compliance with applicable health regulations and other expectations of the department.
Provide a vision, with an understanding of university-level educational evidence-based best practices, for the current and future directions of educational development at across all schools of the university.
Supervises the purchasing function, ensuring maximum utilization of funds. Approves purchasing documents and provides guidance to purchasing staff on appropriate expenditures according to specific grant policies.
Applicants for this position should have experience with DNA sample preparation, sequencing methodology, and data analysis for next generation sequencing. Candidates should have expertise in (molecular/biological) anthropology, biology, genetics/genomics, or a related field.
Candidates should have experience in microbiology/virology and molecular biology. In addition, candidates should have strong research skills, have effective oral and written communication skills, be highly motivated and creative, and be able to work both independently and within a team.
The position offers an excellent opportunity to conduct research in a supportive and stimulating environment, closely collaborating with biologists, clinicians and computer scientists, within the Department and other Institutes across the campus, including the McDonnell Genome Institute and the Institute for Informatics.
The Magee lab studies the mechanisms that regulate hematopoietic stem cell self-renewal and genetic changes that cause leukemia in children. We have several projects related to these general topics. Each focuses on gene regulation - and changes that occur in gene regulation - during stem cell development and differentiation
The applicant will advance precision medicine by developing tools to determine the functional effects of every possible human mutation in important human disorders spanning the spectrum from those causing musculoskeletal disease to intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Provide primary health care for a diverse student population, including evaluation and treatment of issues commonly encountered in general medical practice, and performance of minor procedures, such as suturing and incision and drainage
The DRD strives to generate new streams of research support from federal, state, foundation, and industrial sources. He/she works closely with researchers and staff to facilitate collaborations, identify potential funding opportunities, and work with funding agencies (government and private) to improve the university's funding success.
The director will oversee all aspects of the Clinic, including the teaching of students (through one-on-one tutorials and a weekly seminar), supervision of and responsibility for student casework, identification and selection of clients, and day-to-day administration. The director will also teach non-clinic courses and assist other law school programs.