APBIONET EXECUTIVE OFFICER (MANAGEMENT)

Organization
Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network
Job Location
Perdana University - Centre for Bioinformatics
Malaysia
Job Description

Perdana University - Center for Bioinformatics (PU-CBi) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network (www.apbionet.org) to collaborate on advancing bioinformatics in the region. To facilitate this mission, we are seeking individuals to fill the vacancy, the details of which are described below. APBIONET EXECUTIVE OFFICER (MANAGEMENT) Job Scope: 1. Management of the organization’s membership system, provision and maintenance of membership benefits, and ensuring added services provided for membership value 2. Maintaining the organization’s policy and resolutions 3. Maintaining corporate identity and communication with press 4. Assisting with the coordination and organization of the International Conference on Bioinformatics (InCoB; flagship conference of APBioNet) and other events 5. Social media: coordinating a network of information transmission and sharing amongst APBioNET members and advocating the organization through social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, ResearchGate, ORCID, and other media. 6. Work closely with the organization’s Executive Committee and execute tasks promptly as required 7. APBioNET newsletter editor 8. Assist with the activities of Perdana University Centre for Bioinformatics

Requirements

- Minimum Bachelor’s degree with more than one year of work experience - Good command of the English language, in verbal and written communication - Willing to travel if required - Experienced with various computer operating systems (Windows/Linux/OS X), Microsoft office and Internet applications - Understanding and appreciation of the field of bioinformatics and life sciences would be a plus - Personality requirements: o Strong leadership capability, and able to work well in a team o Results-driven o Comfortable with fast paced working environment o Creative problem solving and decision making skills o Mature individual with high integrity and professionalism o Quick learner and a change agent o Comfortable with dealing with scientists across regions of varying time zones - Open for Malaysian Nationality

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