BARC Executive Director
University of California Los Angeles
$6,267 - $16,800 monthly
The Executive Director of the Biobehavioral Assessment Research Center (BARC) and is responsible for managing the Center's development, management, and implementation of ongoing and new research programs and training carried out by the BARC and the overall research program.
He/she will manage a research planning process to identify short-term and long-term scientific priorities and funding opportunities. He/she will direct the necessary research infrastructure to expand the BARC's global scientific and programmatic portfolio with special emphasis on the development and management of a research program based on a community cohort its biorepository and administrative direction of the Collaborating Consortium of Cohorts Producing NIDA Opportunities (C3PNO) and its virtual repository.
He/she will lead strategic planning efforts, programmatic expansion initiatives, and oversee the day-to-day operations of BARC. Supervision responsibilities includes BARC managers, support and technical staff including the training coordinator, data management team, IT support staff, administrative staff at the department, graduate student researchers, and biorepository/laboratory manager. He/she will also be responsible for BARC project's support staff at community sites and outside collaborators. This includes management of the overall Center budget, development plans, and grant submissions. The Executive Director is responsible for the execution of funded projects and is charged with ensuring that the program's specific aims are met by all project staff including subcontrators and subawardees. The Executive Director will be responsible for identification of new funding opportunities by following Request for Funding Announcements (RFAs) at the federal, state, and university level for BARC and the management of proposal/application process. Also deciding which requests to participate in others research programs to pursue. The Executive Director will be responsible for development of the proposal writing team and submission of all administrative pieces of these proposals including working with the department MSO for budget development, and all managing all subcontracts that will accompany the proposals.
He/She will coordinate with the FSPH development,/research staff and CTSI in the management of the development and submission of these large proposal submissions and manage timelines and material submissions for all the investigators involved.
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