Monday, July 19, 2010

CIRM Seeks Communications Coordinator

The California stem cell agency is still looking for a “communications outreach coordinator” to help beef up its public relations efforts.

The agency has re-posted the RFP for the $85,000, 12-month job after apparently not being satisfied with the earlier round of applicants. The part-time position also includes a $10,000 travel budget. The winning applicant will be expected to work 20 to 30 hours a week.

Among the responsibilities for the position are three CIRM town forums, Stem Cell Awareness Day, relations with patient advocacy groups and assistance in developing material for use in advocacy group meetings.

Deadline for applications is July 30. Sphere: Related Content

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:45 AM

    It is exasperating and depressing to see jobs offered by the State of California - the CIRM entity - which are posted for ten days and which pay $85K annually for 1/2 time work (20 to 30 hours per week).

    Hardworking, overtaxed people in California are truly suffering and jobs like this one - at its rich pay rate and leisurely schedule - seem wildly out of touch with the economic plight of the common California citizen. Sad. So sad.