Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Regenstrief Institute is searching for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who will be responsible to plan, implement, and manage all the finance activities of the organization, including business planning, budgeting, treasury, forecasting, and negotiations. The CFO will track cash flow and financial planning and assure financial legal, regulatory filings and various compliance functions. The CFO supports the President & CEO in ensuring that resource allocation and utilization reflects and facilities the achievement of the organizational goals. The CFO is a member of the President’s Cabinet and a senior leader of the organization.
Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Regenstrief Institute is looking for a talented, experienced individual to join us as our Chief Information Officer (CIO). The CIO leads the organization’s ongoing commitment to support and promote the strategic use of informatics and information technology that advances the overall mission of the organization. Reporting to the President, the CIO will lead and manage the Research Data Services (RDS) and data security functions. The CIO serves as the principal technology leader for the organization and its diverse stakeholders including Indiana University School of Medicine departments, centers, and key partners, by providing the vision and leadership for developing and delivering high quality data, information, and services along with an oversight of internal IT strategies and initiatives. The position scope is inclusive of all technology and data services functions. This role serves as a senior member of the leadership team. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in informatics, IT, data management or related field and at least ten years of extensive professional leadership in informatics, IT, biomedical research technologies or data management, preferably in a research or higher education environment. For a complete list of essential duties and responsibilities, please review the entire job description. Interested individuals must complete an application by clicking on the hyperlink title above. Applications will be accepted thru April 15, 2022.
The successful candidate may also have a faculty appointment with Indiana University School of Medicine if appropriate, provided all eligibility requirements are met.
Data Analyst I – Data Services
The Regenstrief Institute is currently seeking a new member for our Data Services team. The right people for this role flourish in a creative and intellectually stimulating environment, have a strong interest in healthcare data and research, and thrive working independently to design queries and extract data for our research community.
Director, Center Operations – Center for Biomedical Informatics
The Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) is looking to hire a Director of Center Operations. This role is responsible for operational management, translation of strategic plans into operational plans, policies and procedures. The position will support business development, operations, marketing and communication, human resources, and facilities for the entire Center. The position supervises and mentors research staff, including support with training, research compliance, and the conduct of research. The position develops, manages, and continuously improves Center administration and project management functions. The position is also the chief liaison to the administration of the Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University schools, departments and centers, and other external stakeholders.
Research Assistant II – HSR
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Research Assistant II (RAII) to join our creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment in the William Tierney Center for Health Services Research. This RAII position works on the Community Health Research & Development Team, led by Debra Litzelman, MA, MD whose work is focused on improving the health and well-being of the medically underserved in both clinical and community settings.
Research Assistant II – IUCAR
Regenstrief Institute is searching for a Research Assistant II (RAII) to join the Indiana University Center for Aging Research (IUCAR) team in its efforts to develop, test, and implement innovative strategies to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and self-care for medically and socially vulnerable older adults. We apply the rich information technology resources of Regenstrief and Indiana University to explore new models of care for late life depression, dementia, delirium, and other common geriatric syndromes.
Writer/Social Media Specialist
Regenstrief Institute is searching for a Social Media Specialist who will focus on creating written content for all types of communication channels (press releases, website, internal communication, etc.) and executing the Institute’s social media plan with daily activity, including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. The content creator/social media specialist will also have a role to play in the development and execution to elevate the profile of the Institute and establish thought leadership recognition in key areas.
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