Scientific Project/Data Manager*in (w/m/d)

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Introduction

The mission of the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) is medical translation: transferring biomedical research findings into novel approaches to personalized prediction, prevention, diagnostics and therapy and, conversely, using clinical observations to develop new research ideas. The aim of its more than 400 scientists is to deliver relevant medical benefits to patients and the population at large. The BIH is also committed to establishing a comprehensive translational ecosystem as translational research unit at Charité – one that places emphasis on a system-wide understanding of health and disease and that promotes change in the biomedical research culture. The BIH was founded in 2013 and is funded 90 percent by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and 10 percent by the State of Berlin. The two founding institutions, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC), were independent member entities within the BIH until 2020. As of 2021, the BIH has been integrated into Charité as its third pillar; the MDC is privileged partner of the BIH.
 
 
Starting from the next possible date, limited until 31.05.2023
the BIH is looking for a
 
 
Scientific Project Manager (f/m/d)
(Part-time, 19,50 Wochenstunden)
 
We invite applications for a Project Manager (parental leave replacement; part-time), who will take on central tasks in the application, administration, and coordination of scientific projects as well as international cooperation, especially with the United Kingdom, at the Chair of Computational Medicine under Prof Claudia Langenberg. The position also offers a wide range of opportunities to implement your own scientific projects within focus of the chair or to participate in ongoing projects. Applicants with experience in handling and managing large datasets are particularly welcome and can contribute to an increase in the number of working hours if they can demonstrate expertise. We have a particular interest in promoting scientific excellence and career development in the context of family demands.
 

Job description:

  • Responsible for setting up the scientific infrastructure of the chair and involvement in the acquisition and administration of third-party funding
  • Organisation of the establishment of the newly created chair with regard to the coordination of scientific projects and teaching activities
  • Management of third-party funds and collaboration in the preparation of statement of accounts
  • Organisation and supervision of scientific events
  • Collaboration in the application, management, reporting and coordination of collaborative projects of the department on the national and international level
  • General science management
  • Possibility to contribute own scientific competences within the research focus of the department
  • Optional: Management of large clinical datasets (N>10,000), including IT structures for dissemination, documentation and cleaning of data

Requirements:

  • Scientific university degree in a life-scientific or scientific-technical field, possibly with doctorate
  • Professional experience in science management in higher education, business or the public sector would be an advantage
  • Experience in the management of third-party funded projects and in business communication would be an advantage
  • Strong collaboration and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team to tight deadlines
  • Enjoy developing long-term strategic objectives
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Business fluent in written and spoken English and German
  • Solid IT skills, optional knowledge of programming languages for data processing and management such as R, SQL, or Python
  • Further knowledge of relevant fields of work (scientific writing, proposal preparation, committee work etc.) would be an advantage
  • Reliable, efficient and independent way of working

We offer:

  • A collaborative research environment that encourages and supports scientific curiosity, innovation, and development of its team members
  • Remuneration according to E13 TVöD VKA: The grouping takes into consideration the qualifications and the personal circumstances of the candidate
  • A part-time position (19,50h/week)
  • Appointment duration until 23.05.2023
  • 30 vacation days per year (with a five-day week) and up to 24 flextime days per year
  • Additional benefits customary in the public sector (e.g. annual bonus, VBL)
  • Family - friendly, flexible working hours and homeoffice option for better work-life balance

We live diversity!

BIH strongly encourages qualified women to apply. Applications from people with an immigrant background who meet the hiring requirements are expressly encouraged. Severely disabled applicants and those with equal status will be given preferential consideration in cases of equal suitability.

Please submit your application via the BIH Career portal https://jobs.bihealth.org by 02.12.2022, quoting the reference number BIH-154.22. We are looking forward to hear from you!

Please note: If you have a foreign university degree, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that you may need to obtain a certificate from the ZAB. You can find more information at: https://www.kmk.org/zab/zentralstelle-fuer-auslaendisches-bildungswesen.html

Please contact Dr. Maik Pietzner  (E-Mail: maik.pietzner(at)bih-charite.de)  if you have any questions about this position.

You can find more information about BIH at
https://www.bihealth.org/en/