Job Announcement: Moore Foundation Program Associate
This seems like a potentially interesting job. I note - I love the Moore Foundation - and just about everything they are doing in science. Below is the email I recieved from the Project Lead Jon Kaye:
We have opened a search for a Program Associate. Details at the link below and attached. Please share with Bachelor’s and Master’s level individuals who may be interested. http://www.moore.org/about/
careers?gnk=job&gni= 8a8725d0494f97e601495deb88ba30 cb We will also be opening a search for a PhD-level Program Officer position soon—stay tuned for details.
Full text of the announcement is below:
Program Associate, Marine Microbiology Initiative
Marine Microbiology Initiative
The Marine Microbiology Initiative (MMI) seeks to gain a comprehensive understanding of marine microbial communities, including their genetic diversity, composition and function; their ecological role in the oceans; and their contribution to ocean health and productivity.
More information about MMI can be found at: http://www.moore.org/programs/science/marine-microbiology-initiative
The Program Associate will provide programmatic support to the Marine Microbiology Initiative. The primary responsibility is to ensure that the systems to manage grants and strategic workflows are implemented efficiently by the MMI team through effective coordination of team processes and activities.
Experience and Education
The ideal candidate will have:
Competencies and Attributes
The ideal candidate will also have:
Desired Behavioral Characteristics
The ideal candidate will also demonstrate the following behaviors, which are the hallmarks of our culture and characterize how we strive to do our work with each other and our partners:
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation includes a competitive base salary and an excellent package of health, retirement savings and other benefits.
Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the ordinance.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. All correspondence will remain confidential.