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The Strong, a highly interactive, collections-based museum devoted to the history and exploration of play, aspires to collect, preserve, and interpret an inclusive history of play that represents the diversity of people and experiences in the United States. With a focus on enhancing our collections and interpretation related to the histories and cultures of Black play, the museum seeks to add a research specialist to its staff. (Posted 9.16.21)
The Strong’s technology team provides secure, dependable, and high-quality technology systems and services for museum staff, events, and facility rentals. As the primary point of contact for the IT Helpdesk, the IT service technician is responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining museum software and hardware for end users while using excellent customer service and problem-solving techniques to identify, troubleshoot, and resolve issues over the phone and in person. The IT service technician initiates escalation procedures as applicable and follows through on all assigned incidents and requests. This position requires education or entry-level work experience sufficient to provide first-level technical support to museum staff, an enthusiasm for delivering high-quality customer service in a timely manner, and a proven track record of supporting others as well as working independently on tasks. (Posted 9.16.21)
The Strong owns and cares for the world’s most comprehensive collection of materials related to video game history, as part of its overall historical holdings related to play. Collectively, the museum’s curators are responsible for the research, acquisition, care, display, and storage of more than half a million objects. The museum seeks a Curator for Electronic Games to help care for, grow, and interpret the museum’s video game collection as part of its overall effort to preserve the history of the medium. (Posted 9.16.21)
The Strong owns and cares for the world’s most comprehensive collection of toys, dolls, board games, video games, books, documents, and other historical materials related to play. The artifact photographer plays an integral role on the curatorial team, working closely with the vice president of collections, the collections manager, the curators, and the library staff, to document all incoming acquisitions with digital images. (Posted 9.16.21)
UR’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) provides funding, education and resources to help research teams collaborate and produce results faster. Since our founding in 2006, the CTSI has been cultivating a robust research ecosystem that accelerates discoveries to therapies and interventions that improve the health of communities and populations. The CTSI is now looking for a Systems Trainer to join our Office of Clinical Research (OCR). Using creative and effective approaches, the Systems Trainer is responsible for training CTSI staff and faculty on OCR-managed systems, adapting training delivery to diverse ages and demographic backgrounds. (Posted 9.1.21)
To support our Mission for excellence in clinical and scientific learning, discovery and nursing care, the School of Nursing is in search of a Research Administrator. The Research Administrator will advise the Associate Dean for Research and function as the administrative and financial deputy for the research mission. This includes managing research operations including management of grant funds, contract administration, resource allocation, strategic planning and oversight related to the efficient flow of research activities. (Posted 9.1.21)
The Associate Director of DEI programs is responsible for advancing the Primary Care Network’s efforts in diversity, equity and inclusion in the service of its missions in healthcare delivery, education and research.
The Associate Director will assess the current diversity, equity and inclusion climate in Primary Care to inform interventions that promote a culture and workforce that are diverse and inclusive, reflecting the communities we serve. (Posted 8.31.21)
Plan and direct the museum’s public relations strategies and activities via traditional media, social media, and community outreach to promote George Eastman Museum, the collection, exhibitions, programs, and special events. Enhance and protect the public image of George Eastman Museum. Support the objectives of the Marketing & Engagement team. (Posted 8.13.21)
The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Office of Communications is now looking for a Strategic Planner to amplify project management and grant funding efforts supporting URMC’s strategic initiatives for patient care, research and education. URMC’s major initiatives include caring for vulnerable patient populations, supporting a diverse and inclusive culture, enhancing quality and safety, strengthening the continuum of care, bolstering capital and IT infrastructure, as well as developing innovative educational pathways for tomorrow’s clinicians and scientists. (Posted 7.26.21)
To support our mission of Learn, Discover, Heal, Create, the University of Rochester’s Human Resources team is seeking a people champion to become the next Director of University Human Resources Services. The Director of University Human Resources Services will shape policy and strengthen partnerships that better the University community. The Director of University Human Resources Services works closely with the Vice President of Human Resources in developing HR programs and projects that foster inclusion and equity, employee engagement and performance management. (Posted 6.28.21)
The George Eastman Museum seeks an innovative and detail-oriented Controller to partner with the Vice President for Finance and Operations to provide leadership, coordination and communication of all financial reporting, budget development and payroll processing and related/required reporting. The ideal candidate must be able to evaluate existing processes and, as appropriate, recommend and implement appropriate changes; have strong communication and interpersonal skills; be a good manager; and be able to collaborate with organizational leadership.(Posted 6.16.21)
On behalf of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Health, and Children’s Wisconsin, CareerPhysician, a leader in executive search and leadership development for leading academic medical centers is pleased to inform you of the inception of an international search for a visionary leader who will serve as the inaugural Executive Director for the organizations’ newly created Neuroscience Institute (NSI) and will assume the senior leadership role for the health system’s neuroscience service line. This is a transformative opportunity to lead in the establishment and implementation of the vision and strategic plan that will guide the collective neuroscience program into the future. (Posted 6.16.21)
The Workforce Diversity Network accepts job postings and each post will remain on our site for one month unless you notify us to remove it sooner. There is no charge for Workforce Diversity Network Members. There is a charge of $75 per posting for nonmembers.
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