Join ADARC as we break new ground in vital HIV and AIDS research.
Current open positions:
Under the supervision of the Grants Manager, the Grants Assistant will be responsible for the pre-award management of contracts, grants, and other ADARC accounts for an assigned set of Principal Investigators (PIs). Functions of this position shall be performed in fulfillment of ADARC's standards of excellence, utilizing continuous improvements in processes, policies, and procedures. This is a regular, full time (40 hrs/wk), non-exempt position.
- Assist Scientific Staff in the preparation of new grant applications and annual progress reports, including pre-award budget development and administrative documents;
- Ensure timely, compliant, and accurate proposal submissions;
- Provide general assistance to PIs throughout proposal process.
- Respond timely to sponsor pre-award requests (i.e. "Just in Time" information).
- Liaise with sub-sites to obtain all required documents for grant submission.
- Monitor and ensure regulatory compliance related to IRB/IBC & IACUC requirements;
- Ensure proposals adhere to applicable federal, state, and local regulations and policies;
- Assist in post-award process as needed including account setup, post-award budget development, etc.
- Maintain internal grants database.
- Set up pre-award files (paper and electronic) and complete grant checklists for each application.
- Identify new funding opportunities and disseminate information to Faculty.
- Provide input on improvements to ADARC services, systems, policies, and procedures.
Education: B.A./B.S. degree (or equivalent experience) in public health, business, accounting, or a related field required;
- 2 years of related experience;
- Knowledge of federal and non-federal grants administration; including experience with Grants.gov SF424 (R&R) electronic submission as well as PHS 398 and PHS 2590 applications is a plus;
- Demonstrated ability to interpret and effectively communicate policies and guidelines;
- Strong verbal and written communication skills;
- Detailed oriented, excellent interpersonal and organizational skills;
- Ability to manage multiple and shifting priorities and ability to self-prioritize in a deadline-driven environment;
- Proactive and flexible and must have good judgment and decision-making skills;
- Strong initiative in resolving problems and developing and implementing solutions in an independent manner;
- Ability to communicate and work effectively and collegially in a team environment, which includes but is not limited to, Principal Investigators, administrators, sponsors, and co-workers;
How to Apply:
Please apply online for job code 'GRTAS01' via email at Jobs@adarc.org and include your cover letter and your resume/curriculum vitae as ONE document.
If you need special assistance or an accommodation to apply for a posted position, please contact our Human Resources department.
POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. MASAHIRO YAMASHITA'S LAB
One post-doctoral position is available in the lab of Masahiro Yamashita. Research focus of our lab is directed toward understanding molecular mechanism of early steps of HIV-1 replication. We are seeking an individual with a strong interest in virus and host interaction to work on a project investigating how viral capsid utilizes cellular factors to facilitate uncoating, nuclear transport and integration. A Ph.D. is required. Candidates should have a solid background in molecular biology and tissue culture, a good track record of academic publications, and experience working independently in a multi-disciplinary environment. Strong written and oral communication skills are essential.
This position is available immediately, fully funded and open to citizens of eligible countries. To apply send a cover letter detailing previous experience and your specific interest in the position, curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of three references. Direct all inquiries and applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with the identifier 'Yamashita postdoc' in the subject line.
POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. DAVID HO'S LAB
Job Description: Under the supervision of the principal investigator, Dr. David Ho, this person will conduct postdoctoral-level research in HIV-related virology and immunology. The candidate should have expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell culture techniques, and additional expertise in antibody discovery and engineering is preferred.
The postdoctoral fellow will function as part of a team at ADARC working on strategies for HIV prevention. As part of the team, the candidate will design, conduct and analyze experiments and experimental data, develop new ideas that promote current research, prepare and publish scientific manuscripts under direction of principal investigator, teach techniques to others, and may be responsible for the operation of specific equipment. The candidate is also expected to bring new expertise to the team's current research program.
As a team member, s/he will present research results at laboratory meetings, institutional seminars and national conferences. The candidate should also be proficient in English in order to successfully communicate and write research results for scientific publications as necessary.
Eligibility Requirements: M.D. or Ph.D. in immunology, virology, biochemistry or related field from a top-tier university or research program and an excellent publication record.
To apply send a cover letter detailing previous experience and your specific interest in the position, curriculum vitae and submit three recommendation letters. Direct all inquiries and applications to email@example.com with the identifier "POST DOCTORAL FELLOW IN DR. DAVID HO'S LAB" in the subject line.
Mail resumes to:
The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
455 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 212-448-5158
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