As the primary provider of all-inclusive histology and histopathology services at Brown University, the Molecular Pathology Core is responsible for tissue processing and staining services for biomedical researchers both internal and external to Brown University.
This position directly supports the technology needs of Brown University’s Department of Public Safety, a sworn, fully-functioning law enforcement agency operating 24/7 to protect and serve the Brown community.
The Associate Curator is based in the Curatorial Department and reports to and assists the Head Curator and Associate Director, focused on topics of repatriation, restitution, provenance research, and community connections.
Performs skilled and a broad range of library services in the John Hay Library primarily for access to special collections in traditional and digital formats.
Provide leadership and a primary point of contact for clinical and translational research throughout Rhode Island.
The Grants and Financial Manager partners with the Academic Department Manager on all matters pertaining to grant administration and financial oversight of all University funds.
This role provides medical care and health education to ensure the safety of, reduce the risk of injury to, and guide the rehabilitation of Brown student-athletes under the guidance of the Associate Director of Athletics, Sports Medicine.
The Director of Development for the Brown University Sports Foundation (Annual Fund & Operations) is responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of a comprehensive annual fund program as well as overseeing the entirety of the operations, including programming, marketing and communications, on behalf of the BUSF to assure the program’s continuing role as an Ivy League leader in Athletics fundraising.
This position oversees the Brown University Sports Foundation team, leading all of the University’s athletic advancement activities (fundraising, communications, events, volunteer management) to engage and solicit Brown’s 17,000+ athletic alumni/ae, parents, and donors.
This position provides high-level, comprehensive grant and finance management for the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences.
The Program Manager, Community Mentoring & Service-Learning manages the administration of the community and service-learning curriculum at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
The Fairbrother Laboratory is seeking a Research Assistant with experience in molecular and cell biology techniques. This candidate will assist with maintaining cell lines and reagents, perform transfections, PCR, western blotting, and protein and DNA extractions.
The Senior Parent Giving and Recognition Officer is an integral member of the Parent and Family Giving team, which develops programming, events, volunteer opportunities, and communications to maximize the engagement and philanthropy of Brown’s parent community, with a particular focus on non-alumni parents.
The Bilingual Research Interviewer position will support the Survey Research Center at the Brown University School of Public Health in conducting high quality survey research in English and Spanish.
The ACUHO-I Graduate Coordinator will gain valuable professional development, including exposure to theories of student learning and experience with residential programs, student staff training design, and logistics, and work in a higher education setting.
The Academic Department Manager manages the financial, administrative, and human resources operations for the Department, ensuring that financial and administrative practices conform to University policies.
Associate Directors of Admission read and evaluate applications for admission; serve as voting members of the Board of Admission; develop regional recruitment strategies; represent the university nationally and internationally at high schools and community based organizations, admission workshops, college fairs, and Introduction to Brown and Brown Near You events, virtually and in-person.
The BOLT Technical Coordinator will support the Associate Director for Graduate Student Activities and Leadership Development through involvement in leader training, participant recruitment, and assisting with overall program logistics.
The Development Associate provides comprehensive fundraising and high-level administrative support for development efforts including those administered on behalf of 2+ academic initiatives managed by two Academic Initiatives Directors of Development.
We seek a Grants and Financial Specialist to independently manage all financial and administrative matters pertaining to sponsored research for the Carney Institute for Brain Science.
The Manager for Faculty Affairs and Special Projects will manage faculty affairs processes for the Robert J. and Nancy D. Carney Institute for Brain Science and serve as a high-level project manager in support of the Institute Director’s recruitment goals and special projects.
The Research Assistant position will focus on assisting the laboratory with making progress toward its experimental goals. The Research Assistant will conduct research, record, analyze, interpret data, and coordinate manuscript preparation.
The Project Manager is responsible for successfully developing and submitting the administrative components of complex proposals for priority funding agencies as a member of the Office of Research Strategy and Development in efforts to advance Brown’s strategic plan to grow its research enterprise.
The Director of Design and Production reports to the Artistic Director and is responsible for ensuring that the overall design and execution of productions taking place in any existing or future BAI venues meets exemplary professional standards.
Performs all tasks and responsibilities of subordinate and “Cook” positions independently and very effectively. Assists Lead Cook by assuming responsibility of sub-systems on the production shift.
The core responsibilities of this position are to explore, evaluate, recommend, and support learning technologies that enhance online instruction and foster learner success.
The Senior Research Associate takes the lead in developing and leading key research analysis projects for the Research Partnership for Professional Learning.
The John Nicholas Brown Center Manager works in partnership with the Center Director on strategic planning, design, and management of all financial, administrative, and human resource operations as well as academic programs, events, and communications for an interdisciplinary research center.
This position works with the Associate Vice President for Government and Community Relations to develop and execute strategies to advance Brown’s institutional mission and interests in the City of Providence.
Provides leadership and a primary point of contact for clinical and translational research throughout Rhode Island and develops quality education and training programs that will educate the next generation of clinical and translational researchers.
The Assistant Director of Research Development serves in a strategic role within the Office of Research Strategy and Development and advances transdisciplinary collaboration and innovation by strategically coordinating the development of complex research teams and their funding proposals.
The Annenberg Institute is seeking a Research Project Manager to work with the faculty Principal Investigators of the Annenberg Institute, professors of Education, partner organizations, and members of the Annenberg Institute RPPL project team to support and collaborate on RPPL research projects.
The Senior Research Associate is responsible for developing and at times leading key research analysis projects with local districts and the Rhode Island Department of Education to understand and address questions about student well-being, academic outcomes, and the teacher workforce.
The Associate Director in the Carney Institute for Brain Science provides oversight for all aspects of finance and administration of the Institute.
Perform driver and mail clerk duties as required to pick-up, process and deliver/distribute University mail.
This position assists in the execution of technical lighting elements for TAPS Sock & Buskin mainstage Theatre & Dance production season and other departmental events as assigned.