Deadline: 2022-06-17

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Do you want to be part of creating a vital national research infrastructure and support the next groundbreaking discoveries within bioimaging?

Applications are invited for the position as DBI-INFRA Coordinator to commence as soon as possible. DBI-INFRA was launched as a national infrastructure April 1st 2022 and is searching for an engaged, creative and enthusiastic coordinator to support its implementation (2022-2027) and continuous development.

The DBI-INFRA hub is hosted at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen – a highly international and multi-cultural research environment in the heart of Copenhagen. The DBI-INFRA is a multi-sited national infrastructure linking nine bioimaging core facilities/groups; four in the Copenhagen area, one in Odense, two in Aarhus, one in Roskilde and one in Aalborg. DBI-INFRA offers open access to bioimaging technologies across scales; from pre-clinical imaging to molecular imaging. In addition, the DBI-INFRA will create a national wide Image analysis core facility to offer open access to state-of-the-art computing and image analysis solutions for life scientists in Denmark (DBI-INFRA) and Europe (EuroBioImaging).

The successful applicant will be part of a highly international, multi-cultural and interdisciplinary team with a common interest in bioimaging technologies. The DBI-INFRA Coordinator responsibilities will include working closely with the DBI-INFRA Director and consortium partners to successfully implement DBI-INFRA.

Day-to-day duties will include:

  • coordinate at the national level both the implementation and the development of open access cutting-edge imaging technologies
  • define comprehensive action plans to ensure DBI-INFRA long term sustainability and development
  • proactively seek for fund raising and collaboration opportunities to support DBI-INFRA
  • be an active part in the organization of DBI-INFRA activities (Incl. Conferences, Workshops, Symposiums, Courses and others)
  • prepare DBI-INFRA service and quality control monitoring reports
  • facilitate smooth day-to-day flow of communications within the DBI-INFRA facilities
  • draft, edit and prepare meeting agendas, minutes, correspondence and other documentation
  • collecting and analyzing feedback from DBI-INFRA users to monitor impact and success to benchmark DBI-INFRA
  • represent and disseminate DBI-INFRA at the national and international level
  • benchmark DBI-INFRA in relevant social media and communication platforms

The successful applicant should have:

  • excellent time management, communication and interpersonal skills
  • strong organizational and coordination skills
  • excellent analytical and problem solving abilities
  • ability to prioritize work in an environment with multiple and conflicting interests
  • ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • ability to handle complex and confidential information with discretion
  • competency using a variety of computer software and social media
  • fluency in English is required. Fluency in Danish will be considered an advantage
  • experience from working with coordination or support in a research or research infrastructure environment will be an advantage
  • experience and network within the field of bioimaging will be considered an advantage