NCI’s Office of Cancer Clinical Proteomics Research Seeks Health Science Administrators (Scientific Program Officers)
NCI’s Office of Cancer Clinical Proteomics Research (OCCPR) is looking for scientists—ideally with expertise in proteomics, genomics, cancer, or cell and molecular biology—to serve as Health Science Administrators (Program Officers).
Two vacancies are open from May 17–26, 2021. Interested candidates should email Dr. Henry Rodriguez and include a resume. When applying, all applicants should include a cover letter indicating interest in the position within NCI/OCCPR.
- Health Scientist Administrator (with a focus on Proteomics Data Science/Data Management):
- Manage and oversee contracts that support proteomics data management activities for OCCPR’s Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC), International Cancer Proteogenome Consortium, and the Applied Proteogenomics Organizational Learning and Outcomes network.
- Coordinate with extramural investigators and collaborators and oversee OCCPR’s Proteomics Data Coordinating Center and NCI’s Proteomic Data Commons (in coordination with CBIIT).
- Expertise in database infrastructure and scientific data management is preferred.
- Health Scientist Administrator (with a focus on Biospecimen Procurement/Biospecimen Management):
- Manage and oversee contracts that support biospecimen procurement activities for OCCPR’s CPTAC.
- Work closely with CPTAC investigators and OCCPR staff to ensure the operational flow of specimen delivery to extramural research centers; development and compliance of biospecimen collection protocols and standard operating procedures; and transfer of clinical data and medical images to CPTAC’s public data repositories.
Apply for these positions by Thursday, May 27, at USAJobs.gov: