Ready to amplify your research in biomedical systems competence into a leadership role?
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The Advanced Computing Methods for Health Sciences (ACH) section in the Computational Science and Engineering Division (CSED) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is seeking to hire a Scientific Group Leader for Multiscale Biomedical Systems (MBS). We focus on biomedical modeling, simulation, imaging, and data analytics using high-performance computing to enable scientific discovery in biomedicine and health.
We use expertise in large scale biomedical simulation, multiscale modeling, image processing, and data analytics to build tools in healthcare; create scalable solutions of AI, ML and DL for multi-dimensional, multi-modal data analysis on HPC environments applied to health, and to develop/implement AI/DL methods for images and data.
You’ll provide Research and Development (R&D) leadership and strategically advance science and technology consistent with ORNL’s leadership as an outstanding R&D institution! You will lead a group of scientists with the primary goal of pursuing global scientific leadership in AI biomedical simulation, modeling, and synthetic data generation.
Create a cohesive group research strategy to ensure the success of research projects to position the group for future success.
Assist staff in setting performance goals. Address performance issues in a timely manner.
Guide the R&D Section Head on staff development while providing direct and impactful mentorship to staff.
Recruit diverse pool of top candidates and hire staff members who are committed to extraordinary R&D and aspire to be the best.
Lead by exercising the principles in ORNL’s “Research Code of Conduct” as a guide for proposing, performing, and communicating research.
Coach and mentor staff regarding Battelle’s “Safe Conduct of Research” principles.
Exemplify a commitment to “One ORNL” by modeling lab expectations for excellence in research, operations, and community engagement, and by working collaboratively to leverage capabilities across the lab.
Serve as immediate supervisor for staff members in the group.
Encourage staff to “think and dream big,” take appropriate risks in their work, and develop skills that will enable them to pursue new insights, scientific passions, and research programs.
Advance the reputation of group members and standing of the group as a whole through establishing collaborations, Professional Society leadership and involvement, and organization of technical events.
Support group members by consistently reviewing technical products such as proposals, publications, and artifacts to ensure high quality and consistency with ORNL standards.
Build strong teams across ORNL.
Connect staff to your scientific network and professional societies.
Hold regular scientific/technical group meetings and be visible in the labs and workplace.
Assume front-line responsibility for safety in the group’s laboratory; mentor and empower the Laboratory Space Managers to build a strong safety system.
Communicate the importance of protecting proprietary or private information and following ORNL cybersecurity policies and guidelines.
Requires a Ph.D. with a minimum of 6 years of relevant research experience outside of Ph.D.
Validated experience in scientific mentorship and leading R&D teams.
Experience leading biomedical and health data research and technology development projects dealing with computational, machine learning, and modeling and simulation technologies.
Proven expertise in HPC applications on leadership computing systems.
Experience writing; successful R&D proposals to multiple government agencies including NIH, research plans, and technical reports to sponsors
Excellent communication skills, the ability to work independently, outstanding written and oral communication skills and organizational skills.
Benefits at ORNL:
ORNL offers competitive pay and benefits programs to attract and retain hardworking people. The laboratory offers many employee benefits, including medical and retirement plans and flexible work hours, to help you and your family live happy and healthy. Employee amenities such as on-site fitness, banking, and cafeteria facilities are also provided for convenience.
Other benefits include the following: Prescription Drug Plan, Dental Plan, Vision Plan, 401(k) Retirement Plan, Contributory Pension Plan, Life Insurance, Disability Benefits, Generous Vacation and Holidays, Parental Leave, Legal Insurance with Identity Theft Protection, Employee Assistance Plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, Wellness Programs, Educational Assistance, Relocation Assistance, and Employee Discounts.
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