Director, Research Programs, Prostate Cancer Canada
VP Research, Health Promotion & Survivorship
About Prostate Cancer Canada:
Prostate Cancer Canada is one of the leading funders of prostate cancer research in Canada. Its research programs are critical to continue to build and support the prostate cancer research community in Canada to allow the generation of new knowledge of how to prevent, diagnose and treat prostate cancer.
This position plays a pivotal leadership role in the administration of all PCC research programs. Reporting to the VP Research, Health Promotion & Survivorship, the Director, Research Programs will oversee the peer review process for all PCC research programs and work with the Manager, Grants and Awards to administer all funded PCC grants. The Director will prepare new funding opportunities, oversee their launch and monitor and evaluate their success relative to goals over time. In addition the position will play a key role as an ambassador for PCC with the researchers, the patient and survivor community and with partner agencies.
This position would likely appeal to an individual who has recently completed an advanced degree in a health-related discipline or is currently conducting postdoctoral health research, but is seeking a new and exciting challenge, working to improve health outcomes in this important cause.