25 km
Scientific Coordinator (m­­/­­f­­/­­d) 18.03.2023 Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ) Heidelberg
Weitere passende Anzeigen:

Ihre Merkliste/

Mit Klick auf einen Stern in der Trefferliste können Sie sich die Anzeige merken

1

Passende Jobs zu Ihrer Suche ...

... immer aktuell und kostenlos per E-Mail.
Sie können den Suchauftrag jederzeit abbestellen.
Es gilt unsere Datenschutzerklärung. Sie erhalten passende Angebote per E-Mail. Sie können sich jederzeit wieder kostenlos abmelden.

Informationen zur Anzeige:

Scientific Coordinator (m/f/d)
Heidelberg
Aktualität: 18.03.2023

Anzeigeninhalt:

18.03.2023, Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ)
Heidelberg
Scientific Coordinator (m/f/d)
Scientific project management, including coordination with external partners Internal and external communication and organization of project meetings Management of activities for the recruitment of third-party funding including reporting and grant writing Contribution to the scientific strategy of our division Contribution to the presentation of scientific results, including publications and patents Management of administrative duties of the research lab including handling data protection regulations and data access applications Depending on your profile, the position can also be combined with own research activities within the division's research program Be involved in the shaping of interdisciplinary research projects and infrastructures enabling innovative personal medicine in the Heidelberg area and nationally Get exposed to a plethora of fields ranging from AI-guided clinical decision making to modern web development technologies Work with an interdisciplinary team of experts bringing state-of-the-art biomedical research closer to clinics and patients Take part in national and international organizations such as genomDE, the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), the German Human Genome-Phenome Archive (GHGA), the AI Health Innovation Cluster (AIH) and the European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems (ELLIS) Become involved in an existing team of experienced project managers in various activities in the Heidelberg research area Widen your expertise with extensive possibilities of training programs, seminars and conferences
Master's degree in life sciences, bioinformatics or math / physics or a related topic PhD degree and previous work at postdoctoral level or in industry with a high degree of independence is advantageous Excellent project management skills proven in an academic or industrial setting are a prerequisite Experience in management of third-party projects from various funding organizations is desired Excellent communication skills in English and preferably also in German are necessary Successful candidates will need exceptional organizational talent and need to be able to work independently with a proactive attitude, show flexibility to handle and prioritize multiple quickly changing tasks.

Berufsfeld

Bundesland

Standorte