NIH – National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences Behavioral Research Program, Rockville, MDPosting Date: 12/09/2019
NIH – National Cancer Institute
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Behavioral Research Program
The Behavioral Research Program Welcomes Letters of Interest for Four Open Positions
The Behavioral Research Program (BRP), within the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, welcomes letters of interest from cancer researchers for several positions.
Candidates should hold a current position at the level of Full Professor (or equivalent). Those with experience in editorial and other peer review roles, past and/or current leadership in relevant professional organizations, and a strong record of scholarship, including an exceptional record of funding and peer-reviewed publications, are encouraged to apply.
CANCER SURVIVORSHIP PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Candidates with a research or clinical focus on survivorship-related basic behavioral, biobehavioral, and psychological processes or behavioral interventions are especially encouraged to apply.
HEALTH COMMUNICATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Candidates with experience in any relevant area of health communication and informatics research are welcomed, especially those with expertise in behavior change and health informatics, connected health, mHealth, health IT, telehealth, and digital health.
TOBACCO CESSATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Candidates with experience in any relevant area of tobacco control research are welcomed, particularly those with expertise in tobacco cessation and demonstrated experience in the development and evaluation of interventions, including the initiation, oversight, and/or conduct of clinical trials research.
Find detailed position descriptions on our employment opportunities page: https://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brpcareer.
BRP supports several research tools and public-use data selected investigator profilesfor behavioral analysis and a grant portfolio of innovative and diverse research from investigators at domestic and international research institutions (e.g., ). Program Director responsibilities include managing extramural research portfolios; leading and participating in cross-disciplinary collaborations; developing scientific programming; and conducting independent research.
QUALIFICATIONS & SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Qualified candidates should possess a PhD, ScD, MD, DrPH or equivalent in behavioral science, social science, health services, health policy, medicine, or related areas. All positions are full-time and based in Rockville, Maryland.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, CV, and two representative publications at [email protected] (include position of interest in subject line).
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a pre-announcement of the vacancies. A formal position announcement will be posted on usajobs.gov, and applications must be submitted through that website to be considered. Please check that website