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This position will be responsible for managing academic faculty and scientific staff appointments and promotions, and related faculty affairs for the Clinical Research Division (CRD), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. In conjunction with CRD and Fred Hutch Leadership, coordinate external faculty searches, appointment processes for faculty, and assist with faculty reviews. This position will also steward faculty promotions, including scientific staff appointments and promotions, in cooperation with related faculty affairs staff in the UW Division of Medical Oncology, for those concurrent appointments and promotion processes for all CRD faculty with joint appointments. This position will report to the Practice Plan Administrator and work in close collaboration with the Division Director, Associate Division Director and Senior Operations Director.