Sunday, April 01, 2018

Job Openings at California's Stem Cell Agency

The California stem cell agency, which is set to basically expire in less than two years, is looking for a few good folks to continue to help it out.

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), as the agency is formally known, has posted openings for an associate director of marketing communications and interns in the communications and human resources areas.

The associate director's responsibilities include oversight of the agency's Web site plus additional task. The person will replace Karen Ring, who is leaving to join Weber Shandwick, a major public relations firm. Here is the job information for for the marketing position.

The internships are unpaid and part-time. Here are links to the CIRM information on those openings: Communications,which also includes Web work, and human resources.

Currently the Oakland-based agency has a little more than 50 employees. It predicts it will run out of cash for new awards by the end of 2019 unless ambitious private fund-raising plans are successful. Sphere: Related Content

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