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Principal Duties and Responsibilities* Develops Research Strategy that is well-aligned with the Children's strategic plan and is geared toward changing the way care is delivered to save lives and to have a high impact on child health, enhancing the national prominence of Emory Pediatrics and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.* Define tactics to deliver excellence and develop programs to enhance Emory Dept of Pediatrics and Children's reputation and recognition as a national leader in pediatric research* Executes on Research Strategy based on prioritization and allocation of resources.* Serves as Chair of the Research Advisory Council and oversees the Directors of the Pediatric Research Centers.* Coordinates resources across themes and services.* Provides leadership and mentoring to research faculty and staff* Provides leadership in the development of new research initiatives and research training programs.* Accountable for financial performance, demonstrating stewardship of resources and working closely with business partners to drive optimum financial performance and viability.* Serves on the Academic Quasi-Endowment Governing Committee.* Partners with Foundation in fundraising efforts and accountable to develop cases for support to achieve targets.* Serves as a catalyst for change related to research integration activities.* Participates in developing and implementing approved plans for expansion and improvement of research services.* Fosters a collegial atmosphere that supports successful recruitment, retention and development of a diverse inclusive team of outstanding researchers.* Capitalizes on research talent throughout the organization and develops succession plans for the next generation of diverse leaders.* Maintains a level of individual research and scholarly achievement through publications, successful grant funding and national presence.
Qualifications* MD and/or PhD.* Prior service in leadership role and advancing experience in program/academic leadership over 5-10 years.* Nationally or internationally recognized investigator.
* Record of outstanding productivity in clinical and/or laboratory-based research in an area relevant to child health.* Demonstrated acumen in addressing challenges in pediatric clinical care through high impact research and innovation.* Success in competing for extramural grant funding, particularly NIH.* Working knowledge of research federal, state, and local regulations, the NIH and other potential sponsors.* Qualified to obtain an academic appointment at Emory University at the rank of Professor or Associate Professor.* Excellent written and oral communication skills with demonstrated success in effective system-level strategic and operational messaging.* Demonstrated negotiation and problem-solving skills.* Ability to develop strong working relationships with multiple constituencies.* Ability to develop positive working relationships and a culture of collaboration across the system at all levels to ensure success of research.# Promotes efforts in the Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) space for faculty and staff. Demonstrates cultural awareness and a commitment to diversity and inclusion.* A track record of driving results. Demonstrated business and financial management skills including how to manage expenses, consistently achieve budgets, measure, and improve outcomes. Demonstrated delivery of goal achievement.* Ability to create a People first culture that demonstrates respect for individuals and recognizes their value to the organization.
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