The NIH is seeking applications for its next Director of the Center for Cooperative Resolution/Office of the Ombudsman. The position leads an office that serves the world’s largest biomedical research funding organization, comprising 27 institutes and centers, with about 18,000 employees. Julie Muroff has been serving as the Acting NIH Ombudsman and Director of CCR since the retirement of J. Kathleen Moore last fall.
Applicants must show evidence of significant qualifications. Travel is expected and telework is available. Relocation expenses to Bethesda, MD may be provided. The position pays 131,239 to $181,500 per year and applications are due by June 1, 2020. (FederalGovernmentJobs.)
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