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CLOSED: Job: Project Manager/Field Coordinator Malaria

March 10, 2017 - 13:58 -- MalariaWorld Jobs


Position: Project Manager/Field Coordinator
International Center of Excellence for Malaria in India
Organization: New York University
Closing Date: May 15, 2017

We are seeking a dedicated Project Manager/Field Coordinator to work as part of an NIH-funded, multi-investigator team studying malaria in India. The Center is one of 10 NIH International Centers of Excellence for Malaria that form a network of sites across the malarious world (see The Coordinator will be based in the Department of Biology at New York University, but travel 2-4 times per year to India to work at our field sites.

The Coordinator will be responsible for two main areas:

(1) Setting-up research at a new malaria field site in India
Activities include: researching/literature mining latest malaria molecular biology tools and publications; hiring, training and overseeing staff in sample collection, processing, and basic molecular biology techniques; purchasing epidemiology and molecular biology research equipment for the site; developing materials and presentations for training and educational sessions and seminars; developing molecular epidemiology or genomics research project(s).

(2) Providing coordination for Center activities
Activities include: managing and coordinating the transfer of funds between the US and India; purchase and maintenance of scientific equipment and supplies at Indian sites; organizing and coordinating scientific meetings; organizing travel for collaborators; processing reimbursements; drafting Center reports and budgets; keeping track of expenditure; IRB protocol renewals; and interacting with researchers, NIH program staff, NYU administrators and Indian collaborators.

Candidates should have a Masters (MPH preferred) or Doctoral degree and a background in biology. Computer literacy and good oral and written communication skills also required. Candidates with experience in basic molecular biology, and/or research in malaria, and/or global public health, and/or working in India, as well as those fluent in Hindi and/or other Indian languages will be particularly welcome. The position is available immediately.

Please e-mail a letter of interest and resume/CV to

Jane Carlton, PhD
Director, Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India
Department of Biology
New York University
12 Waverly Place
New York, NY 10003

Don't forget to mention MalariaWorld when applying for this position!