CURE, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy, is the leading nongovernmental organization fully committed to funding research in the epilepsies. CURE invests more than 90% of its funds in its mission - among the highest percentage for charities nationwide. The organization is in a growth stage and offers the job opportunities listed below. CURE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The organization encourages applications from qualified persons of every race, ethnicity, national origin, religion,
sex, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and disability.
CURE is looking to expand our rapidly growing team. If youíre interested in joining a talented group of people dedicated to finding a cure for the epilepsies, please email your resume to the address noted in the position descriptions below. Know someone who might be interested in a position listed here? Please forward this page to them. Thank you!
Chief Executive Officer
Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE) has engaged Koya Leadership Partners to partner with the Search Committee of the organization to identify and recruit its new CEO. The search is commencing in 2017 and will continue until the right candidate is identified and hired. The Search Committee and search consultants invite potential candidates to learn more about the position here. To express interest in this role, please submit your materials here. For questions, please email Alison Ranney and Anny Chou of Koya Leadership Partners at email@example.com.
Associate Research Director
The Associate Research Director will work closely with other members of the Research Team to develop and implement CUREís research strategy and ensure that our research is cutting edge. The Associate Research Director will play a central role in driving progress toward a cure and maintaining CUREís position at the forefront of epilepsy research. The Associate Research Director will report to the Chief Scientific Officer. Travel is required...
Director Research Administration
The Director of Research Administration provides leadership in reviewing, recommending and executing policy and procedure designed to enhance the administration of CURE’s research program in relation to the organization’s overall mission and strategic goals. This role reports directly to the Chief Scientific Officer and oversees the operations and budgets of the entire research program portfolio inclusive of investigator initiated grants, signature initiatives, federal grants and contracts, scientific conferences, and seminars. Maintaining relationships with internal and external stakeholders, U.S. based and international, is critical to the role. The position is based in the Chicago Headquarters office....