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Associate Director, Training Grant Support and Postdoctoral Development - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Office of Postdoctoral Development (OPD) and the Office of Training Grant Support (TGS) are housed in Biomedical Graduate Education at Georgetown University Medical Center. The Associate Director , TGS, OPD serves as a central hub for career development programming and community building for 50-100 postdoctoral and clinical fellows across the medical center. This position also manages our TGS portfolio by providing critical support for a multi-million dollar annual funding source from the federal government through our four current training grants at the Georgetown University Medical Center campus with the potential for more training grants to be submitted in the future through the support of this position within the Division of Graduate and Postdoctoral Training and Development, Biomedical Graduate Education.
Reporting directly to the Assistant Dean for Graduate and Postdoctoral Training and Development, the Associate Director's duties include, but are not limited to:
Administrate oversight of our Georgetown University Postdoctoral Association, managing a recruitment pipeline program for incoming postdoctoral trainees, administering research skills and career development trainings for research fellows, liaising with institutional stakeholders to track postdoc policy, and generating and populating large volumes of postdoctoral trainee data from prospective applicants, current trainees, and alumni for up to 15 years.
Serve as a central hub for career development programming and community building for 50-100 postdoctoral and clinical fellows across the medical center.
Manage our TGS portfolio by providing critical support for a multi-million dollar annual funding source from the federal government through our four current training grants at the Georgetown University Medical Center campus with the potential for more training grants to be submitted in the future through the support of this position within the Division of Graduate and Postdoctoral Training and Development, Biomedical Graduate Education.
Supervise undergraduate student workers and graduate assistants as part of their data management duties for training grant support.
Liaise with our volunteer co-chairs of the Georgetown University Postdoctoral Association ( PDA) and supports PDA administrative director's needs.
Background in research methodology through coursework, Bachelor's thesis, and/or Master's Degree.
Strong data management, analytical research and organizational skills.
Data Visualization capability. through Tableau or related software programs.
Exquisite attention to detail.
A track record of success in partnering and developing successful long term collaborative relationships.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment that requires quick turnaround and quality output.
Comfortable with various technologies connected to relationship management and recruiting.
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to run reports and analyze data in Excel.
High level of proficiency of marketing/brand management and social media strategies.
High emotional intelligence - the ability to build relationships with a wide variety of constituents.
Entrepreneurial spirit, Innovative and willingness to try new things and learn new skills.
Exhibits a high level of professionalism.
Ability to complete tasks ion tie and with minimal supervision
Self-motivated, ability to set goals and execute business development activities with confidence.
Flexibility to perform in an ever-changing and rapidly growing work environment.
Ability to handle confidential information with the utmost discretion.
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Project management and decision-making skills.
Ability to handle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously set priorities and meet tight deadlines.
2 years relevant experience working in a university or research environment conducting career development programs and/or advising students/research trainees.
Ph.D. Degree in a scientific discipline.
Experience using a Career Service Management platform to track relationships strongly preferred.
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