The position will serve as a member of the Director’s Office and will have to speak to, influence and guide the various research projects occurring across UNC Lineberger. The position will inform proposals through this base of knowledge, consult on potential funding/scientific opportunities and advise on potential partnerships within the Center, across the University and with partner institutions. The position will serve as a project coordinator and work under the general direction of the Associate Director of Administration and in collaboration with faculty and/or other management. The position will contribute to and inform strategic program/entity planning and related funding and financial sustainability and contribute scientific expertise to funding proposals, especially large team science grants with multiple investigators. The position must retain an active working knowledge base of the relevant areas of emerging sciences to be able to contribute to the development, implementation, and administration of the vision, strategy, and goals of the assigned entity/program(s).
Education and Experience:
Must have previous research coordination experience with scientific writing and writing proposals to fund research. Experience with cancer research grant applications preferred. Must demonstrate ability to problem-solve and communicate effectively to a variety of stakeholders. Most possess very strong written language skills
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