Case CCC Seeking Deputy Associate Director for Administration

The Deputy Associate Director for Administration is a member of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center (Case CCC) administrative team, working under the guidance of the Associate Director of Administration (ADA). The Deputy Associate Director is responsible for: developing implementation strategies, advising on matters of operational feasibility, providing programmatic and developmental research support; and, supervising the Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) primary staff. Special emphasis includes organizational oversight for research space, shared resources, clinical research office, regulatory reporting, research programs, CCSG funds, pilot grants, cancer center seminars, conferences, national activities, information services, recruitment and other operational activities of the cancer center. The individual works with the ADA across the consortium institutions to implement seamless administrative services. The deputy works, in alignment with the ADA to achieve the goals and strategies dictated by the Director of the Case CCC.

The Case CCC is a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional center (with oversight and authority for cancer research management and coordination across Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and its affiliated institutions, University Hospitals (UH) and Cleveland Clinic (CC) that supports a highly diverse cancer research program that is currently ranked as “Exceptional” nationwide. The Deputy Associate Director is a critical role in the governance of our three-institution member CCSG consortium and must have a full understanding of its vision, goals and challenges. The Deputy Associate Director manages over $20 million in annual cancer research support with staff at all three institutions. Case CCC administration is responsible for the organizational support and fiscal oversight of all Case CCC activities across the consortium of CWRU, CC and UH. The Deputy Associate Director is responsible for assuring a supportive and effective infrastructure to further the mission of Case CCC’s seven scientific programs, eight scientific initiatives, thirteen shared resources, an Office for cancer research training, education and career enhancement, a unified clinical trials structure, a robust community outreach and engagement resource, an Office of Cancer Disparities Research, and various advisory and steering committees to encourage interactions and collaborations across the consortium.