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Director of Research Compliance
Gladstone Institutes Become an integral member of an innovative, busy, and collaborative team dedicated to supporting scientific research. The J. David Gladstone Institutes, a nonprofit biomedical research institute located in San Francisco, CA, is seeking a responsible, resourceful, and proactive individual to join its People Services Department as a Director of Research Compliance.
The Director of Research Compliance will report to the Senior Director, People Services. The person in this position will be responsible for the creation, development, and implementation of policies, procedures, and oversight of Gladstone’s overall compliance program. They will continuously educate on, and ensure adherence to, all laws, rules, and regulations governing or impacting Gladstone’s research and work by all employees. They will be responsible for promoting a clear understanding of the principles of compliance and assuring adherence to such.
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Associate Vice President & Controller
The Lundquist Institute Ownership of all accounting functions and operations for the Institute Oversee full cycle accounting processes including monthly/annual close and financial reporting Oversee accounting systems – maintain the integrity of the general ledger, financial reporting, and business processes within the system Oversee bank and various account reconciliations Oversee and support annual audit, annual 990 tax filing, and special audits, as required Support treasury operations, cash flow monitoring and banking relationships Develop internal controls, implement best practices, policies, and procedures Partner across the Institute with all departments on accounting and business needs Develop and supervise an accounting team that effectively supports the Institute Directly support and partner with the CFO and senior leadership on financial reporting needs, special projects, and initiatives
Information security analyst
Rockefeller University Play a significant part in helping the information security team protect digital assets of the University and identify and mitigate risks while supporting world-class science.
The Morgridge Institute for Research In close coordination with individual investigators, provide writing & editing expertise for grant applications and reports to external sponsors and funding agencies. Consult with and support investigators and trainees on writing and editing of papers, reports and scientific presentations, while demonstrating a comfort level with topics of moderate to high complexity. Work with scientists to enhance the clarity, coherence, and organization of their materials while ensuring compliance with established rules of grammar and syntax. Provide additional writing and editing for the Morgridge communications team to support its public-facing print, web & social media platforms. Provide training and coaching to scientists, especially early-career trainees, on how to compellingly communicate their research to non-technical audiences. Serve as liaison between scientists and graphic designers and artists to help develop visual materials that powerfully convey research concepts and advance understanding of complex topics.
Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, marketing, public relations, English, communications, science communications or other related field, or equivalent experience, is required. Advanced degree preferred.
Minimum 5 years of communications or editorial experience, preferably in a science-related field, with at least 3 of those years dedicated to science writing and editing. Experience with writing and editing technical reports, manuscripts, grant applications and other research related publications.
Strong editing and writing abilities combined with a strong functional knowledge of AP style. Passion for helping scientists translate their scientific discoveries for broader public audiences. A proven ability to work both collaboratively and independently, and produce high-quality work on a defined timeline is. Curiosity and enthusiasm for biomedical research and its positive benefits for society. Ability to maintain confidentiality
IT Infrastructure Manager
Scripps Research The IT Infrastructure Manager supervises professional technical staff in the Infrastructure section of the IT Services. Maintains and administers the following: infrastructure servers; appliances; Linux and Windows Server operating systems; peripheral equipment; SAN and NAS storage systems; network and telecommunications infrastructure, and scripts and enterprise applications for systems monitoring and management. Liaises with system vendors and coordinates work associated with external maintenance agreements.
Senior Event Manager
MWRIF The Senior Event Manager will oversee the strategic planning, development, implementation and management of high-quality prospect/donor events and meetings, both internal and external. The candidate will create annual and proposed event budgets and progress reports including ROI. Additionally, will consult and partner with colleagues to conceptualize, develop, and market events using goals, themes, audiences, and culture. Recruits, hires and manages events staff.
Advancement Officer (Major Gifts)
La Jolla Institute Job Summary
The Advancement Officer (AO) primary responsibility is major gift prospecting and fundraising to support the research of La Jolla Institute. This person will frequently interact with Board Members, donors and top prospects on the Institute’s behalf, this position requires an advancement professional with experience working with this constituency. This person would also interact and work with faculty to identify needs for philanthropic support, and to coordinate meetings between them and prospects and donors. This person will work closely with all members of the Advancement Team to execute prospecting, fundraising and stewardship strategies.