Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Career Opportunities

General Counsel & Director of Human Resources
The General Counsel & Director of Human Resources is a member of the Center’s Executive Management Team (EMT) and is responsible for the management and administration of all legal matters relevant to the Center while also providing legal counsel and insight to the President & CEO. Included items: contract drafting and management, compliance, general business law, ethics, policies, procedures, rules, regulations, laws pertaining to contracts and grants, tax matters, liability and insurance matters, and other relevant laws and regulations. The General Counsel & Director of Human Resources is also responsible for leading the Center’s human resource function and strategy which include the creation and management of the Center’s organizational culture, compliance, employee services and programs. The General Counsel & Director of Human Resources ensures the alignment of both the legal and human resource functions with the Center’s mission, values, organizational goals and objectives.  Read the full job description. Submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@masslifesciences.com

Associate Events Coordinator
Under the direct supervision of Marketing & Communications, the Associate Events Coordinator is responsible for supporting all aspects of the MLSC’s event and meeting activities. The Associate Events Coordinator will work with Marketing and Communications on the overall content strategy, communications and outreach for all MLSC meetings and events. The person in this position will also work in collaboration with the Operations team to fulfill the operational logistics of the MLSC’s events and meetings.  Read the full job description. Submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@masslifesciences.com

Academic and Workforce Programs Co-op
A vital component of the MLSC’s mission is to invest in STEM education and workforce development so that our schools and colleges can adequately train the next generation of life sciences workers and our state can meet the growing industry demand for talent. The MLSC has created innovative programs that support teacher professional development, outfit economically disadvantaged public schools with state-of-the-art lab equipment and technology, provide underrepresented high school students with lab training and experiential learning opportunities, and sponsor internships for college students in early-stage companies. The Academic and Workforce Programs Co-op is responsible for supporting program development and implementation, as well as administration of grants awarded through such programs (includes compliance and accounting functions). Bachelor’s degree (in progress) and minimum of 1-2 years of experience working in a professional or office setting is required. Please read the full job description and send your resume and cover letter to: jobs@masslifesciences.com

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