Location: Columbia University in the City of New York
Title: Grant Strategist, Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, Columbia University
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Position highlights: The Grant Strategist will support the productivity of Zuckerman Institute scientists by editing and consulting on grants, particularly sections on research strategy, aims, and narratives; acquire and maintain sound knowledge of the Institute and the research priorities; use that knowledge and understanding to seek and recommend grants for individual as well as multi-investigator grants within and between disciplines.
The Grant Strategist will serve as a project manager to pursue, identify and promote funding opportunities for multi-PI grants. The Grant Strategist will also consult with and keep abreast of the current granting environment to provide suggestions to individual researchers on specific grant opportunities.
Position requirements: Ph.D. in the biological sciences or related field, including extensive writing experience; or advanced degree in journalism with deep expertise in science. Minimum of four (4) years of successful science grant writing experience or related experience in science communication field is required. Extensive knowledge of scientific granting processes, particularly in the biological sciences; successful grant writing or consulting record is vital.
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