Location: New York, New York
Academic / Research
The people of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) are united by a singular mission: ending cancer for life. Our specialized care teams provide personalized, compassionate, expert care to patients of all ages. Informed by basic research done at our Sloan Kettering Institute, scientists across MSK collaborate to conduct innovative translational and clinical research that is driving a revolution in our understanding of cancer as a disease and improving the ability to prevent, diagnose, and treat it. MSK is dedicated to training the next generation of scientists and clinicians, who go on to pursue our mission at MSK and around the globe. One of the world's most respected comprehensive centers devoted exclusively to cancer, we have been recognized as one of the top two cancer hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report for more than 30 years.
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Sloan Kettering Institute (SKI) has an exciting opportunity for a Scientific Research Manager (SRM) working with the Cancer Biology & Genetics and Immunology programs, as well as SKI Administration. The SRM will coordinate scientific operations, including those of large NIH-funded grants, and help to develop and present the scientific projects and mission.
- Work closely with the Chairs of the Cancer Biology & Genetics and Immunology programs assigned as well as the Associate Director of SKI Administration
- Take responsibility for the communication, networking, and coordination within the assigned programs, and across all of MSK research and clinical programs, as well as Dept of Research Technology Management (RTM)
- Lead grant program management within programs, including finding opportunities for peer-reviewed funding, locating suitable applicants, providing support with grant preparation and editing, producing timely submission of proposals, and ensuring timely and accurate follow-up, so as to ensure maximal external research funding
- Work with the Associate Director on institute wide projects
- The position requires a Ph.D. level scientist with broad scientific knowledge, in Life or Medical Sciences, with strong written and verbal skills. Experience in management and program building, preferred.
- Background in drug discovery and development, biochemistry, HTS, cell-based assays and animal efficacy studies
- Exposure/understanding of medicinal chemistry and/or chemical probes
- Strong creativity and ability to talk with scientists and clinicians. Strong motivation to invest in the academic and scientific success of others.
- Knowledge of Acrobat Professional Writer, Photoshop, and Illustrator desirable
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