ID: 7057739 (Ref.No. 276810DP)
Posted: June 14, 2019
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Assists the Sr. Associate Dean Graduate Education and Academic Program Development in a variety of administrative duties in support of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, as well as coordinating and administering policies and procedures. Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
- Manage GSBS administrative issues for postdoctoral research fellows, including appointments
- Assist in executing a strategic plan for structured academic support activities to enhance BCM’s training environment for Postdoctoral Fellows
- Coordinate all assessment-related activities for the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and prepare reports for BCM Deans and other senior leaders
- Implement and maintain a centralized repository for BCM-wide postdoctoral achievement-related data as well as prepare reports and communicate with BCM and external constituencies
- Assist leadership in independently managing special and ongoing projects, including data collection and analysis to inform BCM leader’s decisions
- Lead orientations for new postdoctoral researchers and create events focused on integrating new postdoctoral researchers into the BCM community
- Serve postdoctoral scholars and their faculty mentors with onboarding and best practices pertaining to NIH recommendations and guidelines for research training
- Serve as a liaison to or representative of committees and working groups focused on postdoctoral fellows; strengthen existing and build new relationships
- Coordinate educational activities for postdoctoral research trainees; work closely with Career Development Office to create other opportunities for postdoctoral academic and professional development
- Develop content and/or coordinate communication pertaining to the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs website, handbook, and policies
- Distribute surveys, compiles, evaluates and reports relevant statistics, including event evaluation forms, periodic and exit evaluations
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Health Administration, or Education. Prefer a Master's degree in Business Administratior, Health Administration, Education or PhD in a related or biomedical field.
- Four years of relevant work experience.
- Experience working in higher education; experience working with Post-Doctoral Programs.
- Experience using social media and other online resources as a communication tool.
- Demonstrated experience working with diverse constituencies.
- Understanding of biomedical postdoctoral training and NIH guidelines.