Oversees and assists with the development of the preparation of fiscal components of grant or contract proposals including, but not limited to, researching external funding, pre-awards, award initiation, and grant financial close-out periods.
The department seeks a person with a research focus on ethics (broadly construed) and the ability to teach one or more of the following subjects: health care ethics, social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, metaphysics, philosophy of mind, environmental ethics, ethics of technology.
Be proficient in the areas of budgetary management and guidelines in addition to policy interpretation and enforcement.Possess considerable experience managing both professional and para-professional staff.
This person will also perform software upgrades to networking devices, ensuring the latest security and feature sets are in place, and maintain documentation pertaining to IOS versions across campus. This person will monitor and check systems to optimize performance and to initiate recover/repairs after a failure.
Implement policies within the context of the institution's mission and in compliance with federal and state regulations, and provides ongoing evaluation of existing admission policies and initiates positive change when possible.
Responsibilities will include but not limited to guiding graduate and/or undergraduate students who will also work on the project; meeting deadlines, preparing, presenting, and reporting results effectively; working with other researchers from national labs, academia, and industry on all aspects related to this work
Candidates must demonstrate effective written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, leadership skills, and strong commitment to diversity and social justice. The Chair will work closely with the Executive Vice President for Children's Hospital and West Virginia's United Health System's Executive Director for Children's Health to provide comprehensive care to pediatric patients in the State and surrounding areas.
The Department of Biochemistry is expanding its faculty at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank (all ranks tenure-track). The department is seeking to recruit investigators with innovative research programs that seek to understand biological mechanisms that complement existing strengths in metabolism, neurobiology, protein biochemistry, structural biology, cancer cell biology, and regulation of gene expression.