Careers

The UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center seeks qualified applicants on an ongoing basis. When positions are available in BSCRC affiliated laboratories and partner departments, centers, and institutes they will be listed on this page.

Communications Manager

Reporting to the Center's Director of Communications, Marketing, Education and Outreach, the Communications Manager is a key contributor to the development and implementation of a broad range of strategic communications and outreach initiatives. These initiatives are aimed at engaging stakeholders and the public in the Center's mission through traditional media outreach, social media, website content, photography, videography, blogs, emails and events. In addition to drafting, editing, pitching and otherwise distributing content, this position collaborates with the Director to train scientists at all levels to be more effective communicators and to educate the public about the rapidly evolving field of stem cell research. Apply here

Associate Manager, Core Resources and Facilities

The Core Resources and Facilities Associate Manager, under the supervision of the Director of Operations, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, is integral to supporting the advancements of clinical research at the Center. This position manages facilities activities within the BSCRC, including supporting the BSCRC's core resources. The associate manager also provides operational support for BSCRC facilities campus-wide across multiple buildings, spanning more than 40,000 square feet, which include: research space, core laboratories, core facilities and specialized and clinical labs such as cGMP and GTP-compliant areas, as well as faculty and administrative offices and conference rooms in the Factor building, Terasaki Life Sciences Building (TLSB) with vivarium, Biomedical Sciences Research Building (BSRB), and Center for Health Sciences (CHS). Apply here.

Development Coordinator 

The Development Coordinator provides administrative support, stewardship coordination, and program management support to elevate the philanthropic profile and programs of the BSCRC. In addition to engaging in donor recognition activities and gift funds support, the coordinator will also be responsible for event planning and coordinating intra and extramural event logistics. This position interacts with donors, faculty, staff, community leaders, volunteers, and requires a superb customer service approach that develops and sustains lasting relationships to meet the goals of BSCRC's development enterprise. The ideal candidate will be positive, well-spoken, outgoing and friendly.  Apply here