Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Alliance Program Manager
The MIT Koch Institute (KI) for Integrative Cancer Research seeks a program manager to manage multiple research programs, projects, and activities, including industry and clinical collaborations.
Responsibilities include project and grants management and reporting; coordinating sponsored research, contract, and IP documentation; supporting business development efforts from negotiations through completed projects; working with the executive director, faculty, and partners on administering and delivering programs; and planning meetings, events, and special projects to advance KI’s cancer research mission.
A full description of this position is available here.
The Koch Institute is proud of its culture of collaboration, innovation, and translational research--especially that focused on the convergence of many scientific disciplines.
- At least three years of experience in an industry, academic, research, or nonprofit environment
- Self-motivation and initiative
- Meticulous attention to detail
- Excellent interpersonal, customer service, organizational, financial, project management, and written and oral communication skills
- Ability to anticipate needs, multitask, and set and manage multiple priorities
- Ability to work strategically, independently, and collaboratively as part of a diverse team of scientists and administrators
- Ability to engage nonresponsive participants
- M.S. or Ph.D. in biological sciences or bioengineering
- Event planning experience
- Knowledge of contracts and agreements
- Experience translating complex research for non-scientific audiences
Interested candidates may apply online at https://hr.mit.edu/careers. Please reference job number 21019.
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