Thursday, July 30, 2009

Need Work? San Francisco Organization Offers Opportunities

Looking for a job with a fast-paced enterprise that is on the cutting edge of science and medicine, big business, big politics and big academia? Do you enjoy working in areas that involve life, death, morality, ethics and religion?

Look no further. The $3 billion California stem cell agency has openings for persons who are willing to work long hours with pretty good pay.

In addition to a new vice president/chief scientific officer, CIRM is seeking additional science officers, a deputy legal counsel and an administrative assistant. You should move fast. An opening for a deputy grants management officer was up only yesterday, but now has been removed from the CIRM job listings.

The deadline for the deputy legal counsel application is Aug. 4. The salary range is $133,700 to $200,500 annually. The deadline for the administrative assistant was July 16, but CIRM says the position is open until a suitable candidate is found. The pay range is $51,408 to $77,100. No deadline has been posted for the science officer applications, which pay from $90,000 to $165,000.

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