Career Opportunities at the Global Brain Health Institute
The Global Brain Health Institute is a values-based organization with a strong team based at our two founding sites, at University of California, San Francisco and Trinity College Dublin. We welcome interest from dedicated and compassionate individuals who share our mission and passion to reduce the scale and impact of dementia around the world. Please see below for details on current positions available.
International Research Program Coordinator
The International Research Program Coordinator provides administrative and program management for a large and growing research program within the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI). She/he provides administrative coordination for 35+ international subcontracts for institutions primarily located in Latin America, providing budget preparation guidance for new subcontracts as well as subcontract amendments, as well as invoice review before invoices are submitted for payment.
The Program Coordinator also provides program management for a large research collaboration, coordinating multi-national research committees and the annual meeting of researchers. Additionally, the Program Coordinator assists the investigators and program manager with development of new grant proposals, including liaising with UCSF’s pre-award team, preparing budgets and budget justifications, managing submission timelines, and preparing IRB and administrative documents for the grant submission. The Program Coordinator works in a mission-driven work environment and is adept at managing multiple competing priorities. Written and spoken Spanish language skills are a plus.
Lecturer Registrar in Global Brain Health
Applications are invited for the above post, which will support the clinical, educational and research activities of the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) at Trinity College Dublin and its associated locations.
The Lecturer Registrar in Global Brain Health will support the Clinical Lead to develop and clinically contribute to innovative brain health clinical services in St James’s Hospital working closely with relevant allied health professionals and other services. The successful candidate will also support the Educational Lead to organize, coordinate, and deliver the yearly programme of Clinical and Lived Experience rotations undertaken by the Atlantic Fellows in Equity in Brain Health. The Lecturer Registrar will be expected to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate course development/delivery, in areas relevant to brain health. The successful applicant will also have the opportunity to engage in research and pursue a part-time postgraduate research degree (e.g. M.D.), where relevant.
Closing Date: 12 Noon GMT, 14th February 2023.