February 5, 2024
Neuro-Memory and Aging
Full Time
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The UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) mission is to deliver superb patient care to patients with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, we aim to discover the causes of and develop treatments for these disorders, and to educate each generation of medical students, neurology residents, postdoctoral fellows, and international scholars in the highest quality of clinical care and research.

The MAC PET Imaging Research team is looking for a thoughtful and professional Clinical Research Supervisor 2 (CRS2) to support and manage their research operations in the lab. The successful candidate will use substantial clinical research knowledge and be organized and detail-oriented. This position will need solid project and people management skills to oversee operational aspects of research projects and to hire and train junior staff in the lab. The CRS will also have excellent organization, communication, and interpersonal skills, and can shift between assignments easily and prioritize tasks.

The selected candidate will provide direct supervision typically to research professionals and staff involved in the PET Imaging Research Team. This individual will be required to perform expert and efficient integration of multiple complex programmatic activities, applying a sophisticated medical knowledge base, substantial leadership skills, and effectively working with a variety of people and organizations at UCSF (clinicians, investigators, clinical staff, administration, Committee on Human Research - CHR, human resources, contracts, and grants) and elsewhere (industry sponsors, coordinating centers, FDA, NIH). This individual will also oversee and resolve operational aspects of clinical studies or trials in conjunction with local, national, and international project teams and per standard operating procedures and good clinical practice and regulations.

The selected candidate should be comfortable functioning as an advisor to various levels of professional, administrative, and technical staff. This individual will analyze and resolve problems, interpret policies (e.g., fiscal management, HR, contracts and grants, resource management in defined areas), and demonstrate solid subject matter knowledge. They must exercise judgment within defined procedures and policies to determine appropriate action, including supervising staff to assure accountability and stewardship of department resources (operational, financial, and human) in compliance with departmental goals and objectives.

The position requires oversight of all aspects of the administrative office including interacting with university officials, faculty, staff, and representatives from outside agencies, assisting in the preparation and coordination of Federal and non-federal grant applications from initial submission to annual progress reports, and preparing and tracking purchasing and payment authorizations. They will have full oversight of staffing, performance management, and programmatic workflow of the project to ensure proper execution of assignments and staff training to improve the quality and quantity of work.

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