Academic and Outreach Coordinator/Instructor, University of California, Irvine

Posted 11/7/2017

The Center for Complex Biological Systems is recruiting for an Academic Coordinator with a passion for higher education and who can implement innovative short courses, conferences and summer programs attended by students and researchers of all levels.  

Key responsibilities include recruitment and coordination of annual, nationally attended short courses in systems biology research, coordination of an annual regional conference, and delivering lectures and laboratory tutorials to students at a variety of levels. They will also work with course directors and outside evaluators to assess program effectiveness and recommend changes to program content.

The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. in a biological discipline, especially molecular and/or developmental biology, genetics, or genomics, with teaching experience at the university level. Experience in developing curriculum and course materials is desired.  Familiarity with mathematical and computational approaches to biological problems is also desired.  Required qualifications for this position include advanced interpersonal skills, strong leadership and teamwork skills.

Salary level is negotiable and will depend upon the candidate’s experience. All appointments are initially for one year with for the strong expectation of extension, dependent upon performance.

Please submit a letter of interest, current CV, statement of teaching and 5 references for contact purposes to:

Last Updated 11/07/2017