This job opening was first posted on NYU Langone’s job portal. See Research Engineer (#1087925_RR00054563) for the original post.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Research Engineer.
The Research Engineer is responsible for managing strategic research initiatives within the Department of Radiology and assuring current knowledge of strategic research goals and objectives pertaining to radiology imaging.
The Research Engineer will
- Facilitate the development of interdisciplinary research teams for the purpose of leveraging resources for new programs and projects.
- Act as a project leader to meet schedules and resolve technical problems.
- Develop and administers budgets, schedules, and performance requirements.
- Frequently interact with other departmental units and facilitate the program activities with responsibility for results in terms of costs, methods, and employees.
- Serve as an advisor to faculty and lab staff to meet schedules and or resolve technical problems.
- Ensure that standard operating procedures and protocols are developed and maintained.
- Oversee the development of strategic initiative and programmatic marketing materials to assure accuracy and compliance with oversight guidelines.
- Assist with the recruitment of faculty and staff, including coordinating the logistics of visiting recruits, planning itineraries, scheduling seminars, and facilitating reimbursements. Facilitates VIP visits, e.g., important collaborators, potential donors, and other distinguished guests.
- Assure compliance with regulatory mandates of all appropriate and applicable governing bodies. Communicate new policies and procedures and regulatory changes impacting the department to all staff as appropriate.
- Provide in-depth, high level guidance ensuring that research protocols incorporate the appropriate elements.
- Synchronize with the research coordinator team and serve as the strategic initiatives liaison with principal investigators in the department. Conduct reviews for new research protocols, including a thorough analysis of the research protocol submission to determine the presence of all required elements consistent with NYU Grossman School of Medicine policy and procedures, federal regulations, and good clinical practice guidelines.
- Organize the preparation of major grant proposals for large-scale, interdisciplinary research programs involving multiple departments or institutions to support new research units, programs or centers.
- Develop communications plans to market the research to both patients and other NYU Langone departments to solicit participation in research studies. Follow up on plans with NYU Langone departments to establish study subject recruitment pathways.
- Meet on a regular basis with radiology research leadership to review program and project progress and plans for new strategic research initiatives. Provide recommendations to Vice-Chairman for Research and Divisional Administrator and relay review decision to principal investigators.
- Create, interpret and communicate management reports to inform research leadership of project statuses, and provide the necessary controls and timely completion for projects. Develop performance dashboards to communicate project implementation milestones as well as data generated from new project and program operations.
- Facilitate, develop, and lead interdisciplinary research efforts and multi-user facilities. Collaborate as part of a cross-functional team to manage conflict and openly address challenges. Wherever possible, collaboratively develops mechanisms to alleviate barriers to interdisciplinary research imposed by systemic issues.
- Master’s degree.
- Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization.
The Center for Advanced Imaging Innovation and Research (CAI2R, pronounced care) is a National Center for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering supported by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) and operated by the Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Health.
CAI2R comprises approximately 150 full-time personnel dedicated to imaging research, development, and clinical translation. Our team is diverse and highly collaborative. We work in interdisciplinary groups that include engineers, scientists, clinicians, technologists, and industry experts.
Joining our team means becoming part of a diverse community that values cross-pollination of ideas, celebrates creativity, and nurtures an environment conducive to breakthrough innovations.
Email your CV, a list or description of recent machine learning projects and, optionally, additional information about yourself to Sara.Thermer@nyulangone.org. Include “Research Engineer” in the subject line.