Join the CFSRE Scientific Leaders as an Associate Director in Forensic Biology!

CFSRE is seeking a proven thought leader to enhance its Forensic Biology leadership in academia, research, and education. If you are a driven, motivated, dedicated, and intellectually curious professional practicing in Forensic Biology, the leaders at CFSRE would like to talk to you about becoming the next Associate Director in Forensic Biology.
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CFSRE enjoys thriving partnerships with Arcadia University and Thomas Jefferson University where CFSRE professionals hold adjunct professorships and teaching positions. CSFRE scientists perform independent research under grants and funded projects, publish in myriad scientific and academic journals, provide bench and classroom learning in post-graduate educational settings, host multidisciplinary continuing education programs, and represent CFSRE at international and national scientific meetings. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. or a Masters in Biology, with preference given to a candidate who will seek a Ph.D. in Forensic Biology. CSFRE is looking for a candidate with a passion for teaching and mentoring junior staff members and graduate students, performing independent research, publishing articles and making presentations in peer-reviewed settings, and leading in the discipline of Life Sciences and Forensic Biology.
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As a non-profit entity, professionals at the CSFRE excel at grant development, preparation, submission, and reporting. Prior experience in grant processes is highly preferable; however, exceptional writing and analytical skills combined with a sincere willingness to pursue grants are all that is required for consideration.


The position is located at the Center for Forensic Science Research and Education in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. We look forward to talking with you!

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