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The Research Administration group in the Epidemiology Program in the Public Health Sciences Division is looking for a self-starting, communicative individual to join our team. Research Administrators work closely with several Principal Investigators (scientists) to proactively provide compliant and effective funding, budget and regulatory administration as well as general day-to-day administrative support.
Our team supports scientists and staff whose work is focused on the broad goals of (i) identifying the causes of human cancer and its progression, (ii) advancing understanding of the basic mechanisms that lead to cancer and its progression, and (iii) translating discoveries into effective prevention strategies. This position works in an autonomous manner, but under general direction, to complete tasks and reports to the Program Operations Director.
The Research Administrator I/II responsibilities can be broken out to the below four major areas:
Funding Source Administration
PLEASE NOTE: Submission of a cover letter is strongly recommended.