NIH Seeks Director for National Institute of General Medical Sciences
Richard_Drury at nih.gov
Thu Jan 11 23:34:55 EST 1996
The U.S. National Institutes of Health is seeking a senior executive to direct
its Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). The NIGMS provides funding
support for the most basic of the biomedical research programs. The mission
is to promote the development of new scientific knowledge regarding the
fundamental structures and life processes that underlie human health.
This position pays in the range of $97,991 to $122,040 per annum. In addition:
o Physician candidates may be eligible for an additional comparability
allowance of up to $20,000 per year;
o Non-Federal government candidates may be eligible for an additional
recruitment bonus of up to 25% of base pay; and
o Permanent Federal government candidates who must relocate to accept
this position may be eligible for an additional relocation bonus of up
to 25% of base pay.
The NIGMS Director provides leadership, direction and coordination of the
Institute's programs; formulates overall policies relating to the Institute's
programs and goals; provides management and administrative services to the
Institute; collects, develops and disseminates information on basic biomedical
research undertakings; and ensures that results of Institute research are
appropriately evaluated and transferred to the medical community and the
public. The NIGMS employs 171 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) staff members who
administer an annual budget of $904 million.
For more information about this senior employment opportunity, please see:
At this World Wide Web location, you can browse a full hypertext description
of this position and its qualification requirements. You can even apply
online. For further information about this position, you can also contact Mr.
Fred Walker at:
National Institutes of Health
Division of Senior Systems
6120 Executive Blvd., Suite 100
Rockville, Maryland 20852 USA
E-mail: Fred_Walker at nih.gov
Please refer to vacancy announcement number GM-96-0001 in any correspondence
with Mr. Walker.
Richard Drury Richard_Drury at nih.gov
National Institutes of Health voice: 301-496-4368
Bethesda, Maryland, USA fax: 301-496-5240
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