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30+ days ago

Associate/Full Specialist

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA

VACANCY NUMBER M-3625 The Wang Laboratory at the University of California, San Francisco is seeking a research specialist to participate in our… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant/Associate Specialist

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA

Within the Institute for Regeneration Medicine and the Department of Urology, the successful candidate will oversee the production of patient… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Research Administration Training Specialist (MSP I)

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA +2 locations

includes providing contracting services to schools, faculty and core labs needing negotiation and advice on training affiliations and professional… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Research Management Services Associate

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA +3 locations

RMS Associates are charged with providing support to RMS proposal and award teams. Supervised by a Team Manager, the RMS Associate provides support… Beyond.com


23 days ago

Subcontract Associate, Research Management Services

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA +4 locations

RMS Subcontract Associates are charged with providing support to the subaward team and other proposal and award teams. The RMS Subaward Associate is… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Research Services Coordinator

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA +3 locations

external sponsors and UCSF Contracts and Grants Specialists and Associates Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Research Management Services

University of California San Francisco Associate Vice Chancellor - Research

RMS Associates are charged with providing support to RMS proposal and award teams. Supervised by a Team Manager, the RMS Associate provides support… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Regulatory Support Specialist

University of California San Francisco Laurel Heights, GA

To address existing gaps in the clinical research infrastructure at UCSF, a new Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO) has been approved by the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Academic Specialist

University of California - San Francisco San Francisco, CA

VACANCY NUMBER: M-3661 Posting for an Academic Specialist Radiology Outcomes Research Laboratory Department of Radiology and Biological Imaging… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nuclear Medicine

University of California San Francisco San Francisco, CA

include clinical service, teaching and research. Clinical services include all diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in Nuclear Medicine including… Glassdoor


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    Interesting and diverse work environment

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    Current Employee - Staff Research Associate III  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Staff Research Associate III in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at UC San Francisco full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I previously worked in industry, and I have found that at UCSF I was quickly introduced to a wider variety of techniques and skills than in prior employment. The work is generally interesting and the postdocs and intelligent and energetic. I find that most staff members work regular hours and the benefits are good.

    Cons

    Job stability is a problem, since it is difficult to sustain reliable grant funding. The pay tends to be lower than in industry. Sometimes the principle investigators are less focused, quirkier and capable of managing than the research directors in industry, although this statement can be disputed, I am sure.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The management has to spend most of the time looking for funding in a decreasing pool of resources, making it difficult to focus or take risks. Try to maintain an interest in the science, rather than positioning towards the funding. Of course, this is difficult, and I don't envy you the responsibility.

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