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The President and Director’s Office provides strategic scientific leadership, administrative direction, and oversight of critical infrastructure necessary to make the elimination of cancer and related diseases possible.
This role facilitates events, projects, and initiatives assigned by the Director’s Office and provides executive administrative management support for the Deputy Director and Executive Vice President, Fredrick Appelbaum, MD. The role interacts closely with the Director’s Office executives and staff, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, faculty, and other internal and external partners. This role requires the ability to operate independently and with discretion and sound judgment due to the nature of the projects and information involved. This role reports to the Senior Project Manager, Director’s Office, with a dotted line to the Deputy Director and Executive Vice President.
Event & Project Management – 40%
Executive Support – 30%
Board Relations Support – 20%
Office of the President and Director – 10%
*All time allocations are estimates only
COVER LETTER: Please submit a cover letter with your resume and application to be considered for this position.