BIOS seeks to attract, hire, and retain talented and dedicated employees. If you’re interested in joining our team, we encourage you to review the postings below. All applications must be submitted online through the JHU Careers Site.
We’re currently hiring for the following positions:
- Research Assistant (multiple)
- Research Program Manager
- Senior Research Program Coordinator
- Research Navigator
- Senior Biostatistician
- Programmer Analyst
- Senior Programmer Analyst
Research Assistant #17185
The research assistant will be responsible for performing day-to-day activities of the Brain Injury Outcomes Neuroimaging Center (BIONIC). BIONIC aims to advance the technologies associated with image sharing, algorithm development, process automation, image interpretation, and machine learning.
Research Assistant #17189
The research assistant will maintain multiple online regulatory documents files and multicenter research ethics committee approvals. They will assist with annual reports, IRB applications, and FDA reporting. They will also handle source documents, perform literature searches, write summaries, assist in writing grants and standard operational procedures, and prepare journal manuscripts.
Research Assistant #17246
The research assistant will provide support for research projects managed by the JHM IRB serving as the central IRB of record for TIC and non-TIC projects. The research assistant is responsible for communications, data collection, entry, analysis, and reporting and document management functions.
Research Program Manager #17188
The research program manager will develop work plans and organize activities with collaborative sites in support of project goals. This includes training and managing site personnel and others regarding fidelity of protocols and data collection for the trial.
Sr. Research Program Coordinator #17192
The senior research program coordinator will oversee the day-to-day activities of multiple complex studies coordinated by BIOS. The coordinator also will assist in study design and standard operating procedure development.
Research Navigator #17195
The research navigator will work with site investigators to ensure projects are delivered on time and within the budget, adhere to high quality standards, and benefit the investigative teams by ensuring smooth implementation of new trials from conception through study activation. This position requires clinical trial design expertise and regulatory experience in working with IRBs and master/standard agreements.
Biostatistician #17175 and Sr. Biostatistician #17238
The biostatistician and senior biostatistician will collaborate with investigators on research projects with primary responsibility for analysis and presentation of project data.
Programmer Analyst #17194
This role will develop and implement new database applications, new user interfaces, and multimedia content. The analyst will be responsible for the full software lifecycle of applications built, including prototyping, development, and deployment.
Sr. Programmer Analyst #17176
The senior programmer analyst is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the Brain Injury Outcomes Neuroimaging Center, which aims to advance the technologies associated with image sharing, algorithm development, process automation, image interpretation, and machine learning. The analyst will provide leadership for strategic planning in designing comprehensive, innovative, and integrated solutions across the full clinical trial portfolio of BIOS.