Genomics Senior Specialist- Project Manager

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Job Location
3333 Burnet Ave
Cincinati, OH 45229
Job Description

Genomics Senior Specialist- Project Manager


The Center for Pediatric Genomics (CpG) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) is recruiting a Senior Specialist—Project Manager to provide project management and leadership support for institutionally-sponsored genomics projects and additional CCHMC genomics efforts.


This is an opportunity to join a growing center and to help build a genomics community that invites all employees to engage and learn as we incorporate genomics into healthcare. The Senior Specialist- Project Manager will provide operational and organizational direction, coordination, and support for genomics efforts for researchers, clinicians, and other service entities. He/She will closely collaborate with hospital-wide genomics leaders, researchers, and clinicians to facilitate discovery and translational science programs, infrastructure and informatics efforts, community building, and operational activities emanating from the Center.


The CCHMC community recognizes the central role that genetics and genomics are certain to play in the advances in child care of the coming era. To accelerate progress and to enhance the importance of our contributions, we are focused upon efficient efforts to discover, understand, apply, and translate genetic and genomic insights for the grand purpose of improving child care. We aim to foster a deep institutional familiarity with genetics and to enhance genomics research throughout the institution as we embrace this exciting frontier in pediatrics.



  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 5 years of experience in a project-based scientific environment



  • Advanced degree in Molecular Biology, Genetics, Bioinformatics or related field

  • Experience with clinical or research genomic testing

  • Bench lab experience

  • Project Management Professional Certification or other relevant certification

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