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Job Title: Director, Division of Neuroscience, Development and Aging, Center for Scientific Review, NIH
Company Name: NIH-CSR
Location: Bethesda, MD United States
Position Type: Full Time
Post Date: 03/18/2020
Expire Date: 05/18/2020
Job Categories: Government and Policy
Job Description
Director, Division of Neuroscience, Development and Aging, Center for Scientific Review, NIH
Director, Division of Neuroscience, Development and Aging
Center for Scientific Review
National Institutes of Health
Department of Health and Human Services

THE POSITION: Join our senior scientific team and help lead critical efforts to enhance the scientific review of NIH grant applications. Your creative decisions, leadership and team building could significantly affect the direction of science and health in the U.S. and abroad. The Center for Scientific Review (CSR) is seeking a Director for its Division of Neuroscience, Development and Aging (DNDA). If you are selected and join us, you would report directly to the CSR Director and provide scientific leadership for the Division, which handles reviews of applications across a broad range of neuroscience, aging, and biological psychiatry. The Director of DNDA is a member of CSR’s senior leadership, advises the Director of CSR and other NIH officials on implementing and improving review of the Division’s science, and represents CSR within NIH and to the external scientific community. You would lead approximately 50 Scientific Review Officers (SROs) and the review activities of 50 study sections and special emphasis panels in 5 Integrated Review Groups. You would provide vital leadership and management of the Division, supervising IRG Chiefs, overseeing recruitment, training, and mentoring, managing human resources issues, selecting and training reviewers and ensuring that peer review principles and practices are applied well and consistently.

The DNDA Director, plays a key role in developing plans and providing direction as the peer review process evolves and NIH works to maintain and enhance it. This individual also:1) participates in strategic planning activities for achieving CSR’s scientific and management goals; 2) helps establish policy, principles and practices related to referral and review; and 3) directly implements program and management changes by establishing priorities, coordinating activities, and tracking and reporting progress. Additional information on CSR is available on our Web site: www.csr.nih.gov.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Applicants must possess a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree, as well as senior-level research experience in one or more of the following scientific areas: basic neuroscience, emerging technologies, genetic, cellular-molecular and integrative approaches, as well as human clinical-translational and patient-centered studies in neuroscience, aging, and biological psychiatry. Candidates should be a respected, accomplished scientist with maturity, integrity, and outstanding communication skills, who demonstrates both substantial leadership skills and significant management expertise. Visionary leadership characteristics are crucial to attract and nurture outstanding professional staff to best serve the nation’s biomedical scientific mission at the NIH. Applicants should also demonstrate the ability to think strategically and work collaboratively. Strong experience in the principles of peer review is an advantage.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Full Federal benefits
including leave, health and life insurance, long-term care insurance, retirement, and savings plan (401K equivalent) will be provided. This position is subject to ethics statutes and regulations governing the activities of Federal employees. The incumbent in this position will be required to complete public financial disclosure reports and is subject to a background investigation.

HOW TO APPLY: Send your Curriculum Vitae, bibliography, the names and contact information for three references, and a two-page cover letter detailing your qualifications, interests, and perspective on CSR. All application materials must be received by May 2, 2020. Application packages should be electronically mailed to csrddsearch@csr.nih.gov. For further information about the position or questions about the process, please contact Ms. Lisa Klingensmith at 301-435-1218/klingenl@csr.nih.gov or Ms. Sandy Buchanan at 301-435-1730/buchanas@csr.nih.gov.

DHHS, NIH and CSR are Equal Opportunity Employers
Qualifications & Requirements
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Applicants must possess a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree, as well as senior-level research experience in one or more of the following scientific areas: basic neuroscience, emerging technologies, genetic, cellular-molecular and integrative approaches, as well as human clinical-translational and patient-centered studies in neuroscience, aging, and biological psychiatry. Candidates should be a respected, accomplished scientist with maturity, integrity, and outstanding communication skills, who demonstrates both substantial leadership skills and significant management expertise. Visionary leadership characteristics are crucial to attract and nurture outstanding professional staff to best serve the nation’s biomedical scientific mission at the NIH. Applicants should also demonstrate the ability to think strategically and work collaboratively. Strong experience in the principles of peer review is an advantage.
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Contact Information
Contact Name:Lisa Klingensmith
Company Name: NIH-CSR
Phone Number:301-435-1218
Contact Email:klingenl@csr.nih.gov
Website:www.csr.nih.gov
Company Description:
CSR organizes the peer review groups that evaluate the majority of grant applications submitted to NIH. These groups include experienced and respected researchers from across the country and abroad. Since 1946, CSR’s mission has been to see that NIH grant applications receive fair, independent, expert, and timely reviews — free from inappropriate influences — so NIH can fund the most promising research.
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