Liaison on behalf of Hematology/Oncology with UCCCC, UCM marketing, development, other UCM and BSD departments and sections involved in cancer care, research and education.
Work with Chief and institutional leadership to develop a plan for increasing Hematology/Oncology's visibility within the clinical and scientific communities, locally and regionally, including working with Hematology/Oncology Program Directors and UCM marketing on regular newsletters/communications.
Lead creation and execution of CME conferences and activities (i.e. post-ASH, post-ASCO, post-AACR, post-SABCS, etc) which will help cement our reputation as regional and national experts in hematology/oncology.
Supervision of educational activities, including direct supervision of our education coordinator and coordination with educational grantsâ™ administrators.
Assist with grant/proposal writing, scientific communications.
Develops, plans, and disseminates information designed to keep the public informed of the organization's programs, accomplishments, or point of view.
Solves moderate to complex problems related to the writing, preparation, and/or delivery of information from or about the unit.
Performs other related work as needed.
Advanced degree in Biological Sciences or a related discipline.
7 years of relevant experience.
Previous experience with medical or scientific writing.
Previous administrative, educational, communications and/or scientific experience in an academic medical center.
Ability to communicate in writing.
Ability to communicate orally.
Ability to comprehend technical documents.
Ability to condense complicated issues to simple summaries that can be understood by a variety of constituents.
Ability to create and deliver presentations.
Ability to develop and manage interpersonal relationships.
Ability to exercise absolute discretion regarding confidential matters.
Ability to follow written and/or verbal instructions.
Ability to give directions.
Ability to handle sensitive matters with tact and discretion.
Ability to handle stressful situations.
Ability to learn and develop skills.
Ability to maintain a high level of alertness.
Ability to pay attention to detail.
Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines.
Ability to react effectively, quickly, calmly, and rationally during conflicts and emergencies.
Ability to train or teach others.
Ability to work effectively and collegially with little supervision or as member of a team.
Ability to work independently.
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