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The Administrative Manager, Faculty Affairs and Communications will be responsible for managing academic faculty and scientific staff appointments and promotions, and related faculty affairs for the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division (VIDD), Fred Hutch. In conjunction with VIDD and Fred Hutch Leadership, this position will coordinate external faculty searches, appointment processes for faculty, quarterly faculty meetings 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 at University of Washington for those concurrent appointments and promotion processes for all VIDD faculty with joint appointments. Concurrently, this position will be responsible for the overall internal and external communications and marketing plan for VIDD, including the development and maintenance of content for divisional websites, the creation of various communication materials, and management of communications schedules and projects. The position will also serve as the main point of contact for VIDD communications to external departments. This position reports directly to the Sr. Director of Faculty Affairs and Sr. Operations Director.
Faculty Affairs (60%)