Leadership of research skill-building and career development activities for high school and undergraduate trainees.
Leadership of curriculum and professional development activities for secondary science educators.
Leadership of education outreach activities for community groups as young as grade school.
Leadership of career development activities for graduate, postdoctoral and clinical trainee associate members of the UCCCC.
Management of the UCCCC teaching laboratory and equipment.
Direct mentorship of aspiring cancer researchers and clinicians across the training continuum.
Assists with the development and implementation of education outreach.May collaborateÂ programs with teachers on implementing curriculum in the classroom.
Evaluates and documents performance of programs, making or recommending improvements when appropriate.
Performs other related work as needed.
Advanced degree (Masterâ™s or PhD) in biological sciences, ideally cancer-related.
At least two years of experience in teaching or mentoring capacity.Â
At least two years of wet lab experience.Â
Curriculum development experience.
Experience in efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.Â Â
Experience in computer programming or bioinformatics.
Exceptional interpersonal skills.
Capacity for both self-directed and team-oriented work.
Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills.Â
Strong creative, analytical, and organizational skills.Â
Ability to multi-task, set priorities and perform well under tight deadlines.Â
Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
Commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Excellent operational knowledge of MS Office Suite, including PowerPoint, Word and Excel.Â
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