Sr. Scientific Communications Manager | GenomeWeb

Sr. Scientific Communications Manager

The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen)
Job Location
Phoenix, AZ
Job Description

Detailed Description:

The Scientific Communications Manager will be an integral team member inside the Office of Research Administration supporting formal communications efforts of Scientific Leadership, including the Research Director. Duties will include:

Serve as communication and technical support for new proposal initiatives from Scientific Leadership, including liaison with the TGen Business team for new development opportunities.

Assist Scientific Leadership with communication pieces and technical support for ongoing research with key partners including development of status/progress reports for efforts led directly by Research Director.

Produce consistent high quality scientific content, including formal proposal development (grant, philanthropic, and contract), scientific communications, and progress reports, ensuring alignment with TGen’s scientific strategy.

Organize and participate in meetings and conference calls with key internal and/or external partners/stakeholders; capture and communicate action items; facilitate follow up on action items.

Develop formal presentation content (including, among others, abstracts, posters, slides, manuscripts), for Scientific Leadership.

Assist in the development of a variety of other scientific communications materials in support of new, ongoing, and completed research projects (including, but not limited to: agendas, formal email communications on behalf of Scientific Leadership, letters of support).

Ensure accuracy of scientific material used to design, conduct, or complete a project.

Any and all other job duties that may be assigned by TGen.



Advanced health science degree in Biological or Genomic Sciences, Public Health, Health Evaluation Sciences, Science-Medical Writing, Science Communication, or other related field.

Experience in medical writing/scientific communication, including but not limited to: proposal development, manuscript development, key stakeholder communication, formal presentations, etc.

Ability to simultaneously manage numerous, complex projects with overlapping timeframes and deadlines.

Strong interpersonal communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.

Ability to proactively plan, prioritizes tasks, and manages time effectively.


Hands-on laboratory research experience.

Ph.D. and postdoctoral training in Biological or Genomic Sciences.

How to Apply

How to Apply:
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About Our Organization

The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) is a Phoenix, Arizona-based non-profit organization dedicated to conducting groundbreaking research with life changing results. TGen is focused on helping patients with cancer, neurological disorders and diabetes, through cutting edge translational research (the process of rapidly moving research towards patient benefit). TGen physicians and scientists work to unravel the genetic components of both common and rare complex diseases in adults and children. Working with collaborators in the scientific and medical communities literally worldwide, TGen makes a substantial contribution to help our patients through efficiency and effectiveness of the translational process. For more information, visit:

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