RESEARCH SCIENTIST 3 (50%FTE)
University of Washington Seattle, WA Full-time Research
Posted on May 18, 2020
|Department:||SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY - ORAL HEALTH SCIENCES|
|Job Location:||Seattle Campus|
|Closing Info:||Open Until Filled|
|Salary:||Salary is commensurate with experience and education|
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The Department of Oral Health Sciences (OHS) brings together faculty from different ends of the dental and oral health research spectrum into a single department that has expertise ranging from the modern experimental life sciences through the public health and behavioral sciences. OHS faculty teach in the pre-doctoral dental curriculum and offer the School of Dentistry’s only MS / PhD graduate degree program. The graduate program also offers a DDS-PhD dual degree track as well as an MS degree track for dental hygienists.
The Department of Oral Health Sciences is seeking a part-time Research Scientist (50%). The successful candidate will contribute scientific expertise, execute small and large scale duties related to study coordination, and disseminate findings from multiple NIH-funded and other research projects.
This position must be able to work independently and with little oversight on multiple aspects of large federally-funded research projects. The research scientist will be responsible for directly managing research staff and students; providing scientific expertise on all elements of research including project development, planning, coordination, and evaluation; managing budgets and timelines; assuring project compliance with funding agency, university regulatory offices, and local entities; managing IRB activities; collecting, analyzing, and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data; disseminating findings through manuscripts, reports, and conference presentations; contributing intellectual expertise to the development of new grants; and providing mentorship to junior researchers. The position will involve significant travel to the various study sites, including the ability to travel to and work from Alaska and other study locations.
Duties & Responsibilities
Grants & Study Oversight
Analysis and Reporting
Data Analysis, Abstraction and Management
Operations Design, Documentation and Action
Supervision and Participants
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
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