Georgetown University is hiring a Program Manager for the Verena Institute (viralemergence.org), a research collaboration that uses the science of the host-virus network to understand zoonotic disease and pandemic threats. Recently established as an NSF Biology Integration Institute through a five-year, $12.5m NSF grant, we are expanding our data infrastructure and research, and establishing new programs in the lab, field, and classroom. We are hiring a Program Manager to assist in development and coordination of Institute programming for research and education, and take on core administrative functions. This position is central to the Institute achieving its ambitious goals, and is an exciting opportunity to join a collaborative, interdisciplinary team. Our ideal candidate has a keen interest in using team science to make the world a better place, strong interpersonal skills, and an interest in innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to teaching, mentorship, and outreach. This position starts ASAP and is based in-person at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Key responsibilities include:
HOW TO APPLY: Send cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references. Candidates from backgrounds not traditionally represented in academia are especially encouraged to apply! Our top priority is building a supportive and collaborative community. Please reach out with any questions. Applications due October 15!
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