The position involves professional responsibility for the oversight of a federal grants program focused on enhancing the integration and dissemination of diversity training, women’s health, and sexual and gender minority efforts within the scientific community and underserved communities experiencing disparities, through NCI-supported networks.
Applications will be accepted through the vacancy announcement posted at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/426367200.
Job Title: Supervisory Health Scientist Administrator (HSA)
Series and Grade: GS-0601-15
Position Information: Full time-permanent
Duty Location: Shady Grove, MD
Open Period:Monday, February 1, 2016 to Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The selectee will play a critical and valuable role in the overall management of designing, implementing and assessing programs that support the training of a diverse cadre of competitive cancer and cancer health disparities researchers, and create state-of-the-art networks dedicated to integrating cancer research, diversity training, and education/outreach efforts in underserved communities.
Ideal candidates will have expertise in basic, clinical, translational, population-based and/or behavioral research related to cancer and cancer health disparities. Also desirable is an educational background or experience in molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, basic medical science, and/or in applied research, such as community-based education, outreach, and public health.
If you think this position may be of interest to you, we encourage you to apply.
Please also feel free to share this announcement with your colleagues and others who may be interested in joining this exciting and dynamic team of scientists working to promote research and training in cancer and cancer health disparities research, and to identify new and innovative scientific education and outreach opportunities to improve cancer outcomes in communities experiencing an excess burden of cancer.
The NCI’s Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities