Work independently under the administrative direction of the Children’s Research Institute (CRI) Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) to coordinate the day-to-day administrative and scientific activities of the CRI. Provide direction and guidance to team members (investigators, postdoctoral fellows, students, and staff) to facilitate the achievement of the CRI’s goals.
- Ensure compliance with regulatory and institutional policies.
- Coordinate the development of program materials including educational materials, iLab schedules, websites, forms, and reports.
- Work with Program Director to develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive databases and files related to the research activity that utilizes shared services, including the use of shared instruments and cores.
- Work with the CRI CSO to support and train users of CRI shared services, including 10X genomics (scRNAseq), flow cytometry and cell sorting, and scanning laser microscopy.
- Develop and manage the operational budget for certain shared instruments, service contracts and items related to building maintenance.
- Maintain/repair water purification systems and other instruments owned and operated by the CRI for the benefit of investigators.
- Responsible for supervision of the program staff including recruitment, hiring, orientation, training and development and performance evaluation of staff in the glass washing/autoclave facility.
- Schedule people and material resources.
- Maintain availability for consultation and on-site evaluation of issues related to building safety, electrical outages, equipment failure, and system-wide failures that affect integrity of the CRI research programs.
- Coordinate and manage program outreach activities including acting as a liaison with principle investigators, campus-based centers and with departments.
- Collect, analyze, and disseminate program data. Report program data and progress to program stakeholders.
- Participate on appropriate committees relevant to the advancement of the program and the profession.
- Participate in the development of program resources through literature searches, contact with outside programs, and review and solicitation of funding opportunities.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Full-time role with expectations for coverage during core business hours and flexibility required as necessary to accommodate business needs.
Appropriate education and/or experience may be substituted on equivalent basis
Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum Required Experience: 5 years
Preferred Experience: 10 years working as a Research Technologist and/or Research Program Coordinator
Field: Molecular Biology
Knowledge – Skills – Abilities
Knowledge of scientific techniques, advanced scientific technical skills, business and budget management ability, consultation experience, project management and cultural awareness. Customer focus, building trust, communication, critical thinking, and influencing skills.
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