The Director of the Division of Neurotoxicology is responsible for managing, organizing, planning, and directing the scientific research programs of the Division.Learn more about this agency
- The roles/functions to be carried out by the Director, Division of Neurotoxicology include:
- Managing, organizing and directing multi-disciplinary research teams of scientific researchers and support scientists in the field of neurotoxicology.
- Develops studies to discover and validate quantitative biomarkers of neurotoxicity utilizing multi-disciplinary approaches.
- Provides expertise and leadership on scientific and in managing and directing scientific, professional, managerial, and technical-support personnel;
- Implements and administrates major programs to advance neurotoxicology research.
- Reviews and evaluates research activities in terms of achieving program goals, objectives, and commitments.
- Represents NCTR on committees and at meetings of national and international professional societies and speaks for the Center on neurotoxicology-related research matters.
- Conducts in-depth program appraisals, continuously reviews and evaluates research results and requirements to ensure optimum effectiveness, recommending program changes when appropriate.
- Serves as a senior-level research performance manager; sets and oversees Division research goals, milestones, and deliverables. Assures accountability and timeliness within the office.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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