The Contract and Finance Director serves as the senior-most contract and award expert for BioMADE. They will be responsible for negotiating, executing, and tracking BioMADE agreements, including procurement of services. This position will supervise BioMADE contracts, grants, and sponsored accounting staff. The BioMADE Contract and Finance team will be the contacts for federal sponsors as well as facilitating BioMADE's funding program by issuing awards to a variety of industry, academic, and non-profit entities.
The Chief Workforce Development Officer (CWDO) will be responsible for setting the vision and overseeing all Educational and Workforce Development activities under BioMADE. The incumbent will chair the Educational and Workforce Development Committee, will be the primary conduit between BioMADE and the U.S. Government on workforce, and will regularly solicit feedback from BioMADE industrial members to ensure the Educational and Workforce Development priorities align well with industry needs.
The Technology Program Manager (Senior/Mid/Associate) will join the BioMADE program management team as a leader, innovator, scout, and project manager. They will participate in the development of BioMADE’s Technology Roadmap and develop roadmap-based project calls to advance bioindustrial manufacturing. This position will be responsible for reviewing and shepherding responses to project calls and recommending projects for funding, working closely with BioMADE and U.S. Government leadership. They will actively manage a portfolio of technical programs, providing leadership, organization and alignment of technology development efforts. Program Management Positions will be hired as an Associate Program Manager, Program Manager, or Senior Program Manager based on candidate’s qualifications. There are multiple openings for this position and the posting will remain active until all openings are filled.
The Director of Cyberinfrastructure will oversee the information technology platforms for BioMADE, including developing and implementing its policies and goals. They will be responsible for ensuring that the IT system, from email to accounting to fermenter, is operated, updated, secured, and maintained to the highest standard. BioMADE's computing infrastructure will be comprised of desktops, workstations, laptops, servers, and a wide variety of other information-based technologies including hardware, software, and the network needed to support these devices. They will also be responsible for engagement with BioMADE managed service provider, managed security service provider, and the U.S. Government to ensure appropriate cybersecurity requirements are realized.
The Export Controls and Operational Security Officer will be responsible for developing and maintaining BioMADE’s export control and operational security programs. The incumbent will serve as a liaison with the US Government (including the Departments of Defense and Justice) and other external constituencies to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices for a Department of Defense institute. This position will also provide relevant training to BioMADE personnel.
The Director of BioMADE Data Science is responsible for implementation, development, and management of technology information systems and is the Lead Scientist for the BioMADE Digital Backbone and Center of Excellence. This position will lead the industry to design a multi-year IT solutions roadmaps in support of BioMADE information and analytic needs. The Director will lead a small team of data scientists, in concert with industry and academia, to provide insight into critical areas of bioindustrial manufacturing processes that can be targeted for exploration and improvement.
The Communications Manager will plan, develop, and implement various communications strategies, initiatives, publications, and public relations for BioMADE internal and external audiences. They will be responsible for designing consistent and effective messaging and branding across all BioMADE communications platforms, including print and digital. The Communications Manager will be responsible for writing, editing, and managing the design of external communications, including public releases, websites, social media, and presentations.
The Membership Manager will organize and record membership activities, developments, and relations for BioMADE's 100+ institutional members. They will develop, update, and distribute information to current, prospective, and past members and serve as a resource to the membership to enable connectivity across the bioindustrial manufacturing ecosystem.
The Grant Accountant will manage federal award account activities that cut across many specialties such as proposals, program development, contract, financial administration, reporting and compliance. They will also facilitate data collection as part of BioMADE's award-making program serving external partners and oversee subaward recipient activities.
The Committee Coordinator will maintain rosters of the hundred or more members projected to be involved with BioMADE committees and subcommittees. The incumbent will plan and schedule meetings, record, distribute, and archive meeting minutes, and prepare meeting summaries for leadership. Clear, concise, and accurate recording and reporting of these technical, scientific meetings will be a critical part of BioMADE operations.
The Administrative Specialist will assist with daily operations at BioMADE and provide professional level support to senior management. Responsibilities include a variety of administrative support duties to individuals, groups, or programs in accordance with BioMADE policies and procedures. There are multiple openings for this position and the posting will remain active until all openings are filled.