Center Coordinator

  • Nonprofit Full Time
  • Massachusetts
  • City: Cambridge

Website Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Center Coordinator

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Cambridge, MA


The MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research (MIBR) seeks a coordinator to implement operational and administrative activities, from conception to completion, for programs/projects related to several MIBR research centers, including the Tan-Yang Autism Center, Yang-Tan Molecular Therapeutics Center, Poitras Center for Psychiatric Disorders Research, Yang Post- Baccalaureate program, several graduate and postdoctoral fellowship programs, and two new centers being announced this fall.


Responsibilities span a range of program/project management, fellowship appointment and tracking, communications management (including website updates and annual center reports), event planning, and finance activities.  Will support the coordination of research initiatives; coordinate workshops, meetings, and other activities within and across multiple centers, including those at other universities; monitor progress of overall portfolio of projects; coordinate scientific advisory board meetings and follow up; and maintain and track annual center budgets and fellowship appointments.


A full description is available at




·       Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred)

·       At least two years’ administrative, operations, and/or project/program  management experience

·       Excellent organizational, planning, problem-solving, task completion, facilitation, relationship-building,        interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills

·       Experience coordinating and project managing multiple initiatives, each with  strict but variable deadlines and reporting requirements

·       Attention to detail

·       Discretion with confidential information Proficiency and experience with MS Office (including Excel, Word and PowerPoint), WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

·       Ability to prioritize and juggle simultaneous tasks, meet deadlines, and deliver  high-quality results; help manage a multi-investigator research program; work  both independently and collaboratively as part of a diverse team; and work  effectively in a fast-paced and rapidly changing work environment


Interested candidates may apply online at:

Please reference job number 20149.



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