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Are you interested in global health?

The Washington Global Health Alliance is looking for an education professional, with a life science or science education background (BS or higher) to help train faculty and students at the high school level.

The complete announcement is below, the appointment would be at the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute in the BioQuest program.

The Washington Global Health Alliance is pleased to announce the
commencement of the WGHA Ambassadors Program: a collaboration of leading
state global health institutions and four Washington State high schools
to design a cross-disciplinary global health curriculum. Alliance
information can be found here: http://www.wghalliance.org/.

The Ambassadors Project Officer is a 36-month appointment ideal for an
education professional motivated to train and engage faculty and
students at the high school level. Individuals trained in a life
sciences or science education field (BS or higher) with documented
instructional experience (4 years of teaching, drafting curriculum, or
project management) and seeking the chance to inspire the scientists and
engaged citizens of tomorrow are encouraged to apply!

Please visit SBRI’s employment website for more information about
listing 2008-70.

Priority will be given to applications received by November 15, 2008.

The position will begin on or before January 5, 2009.


  1. #1 PM Hut
    October 23, 2008

    I think you have pretty high standards in your requirements. A scientist that is also a Project Manager.

  2. #2 Sandra Porter
    October 23, 2008

    This isn’t too unusual once you’re done with a post doc. In industry and educational projects, many scientists also function as project managers.

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