AABB invites candidates (nationwide) with in-depth knowledge and expertise in transfusion medicine and biotherapies, as well as strong leadership and business skills, to apply for the role of Chief Science and Practice Officer.
About the Opportunity
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Science & Practice Officer is a key senior executive and leader within the organization; bridging technical knowledge and expertise to proactively develop products and services to address the needs of the community. The Chief Science & Practice Officer will provide both strategic and hands on leadership of several key areas of the organization, including regulatory affairs, standards, research, medical leadership & issues management, biotherapies and education.
This is a transformative time for our community, with continued and evolving needs for the blood and transfusion medicine communities, coupled with those of biotherapies. The Chief Science & Practice Officer drives the development, execution and sustaining of efforts to deliver growth to AABB and value to its members.
About the Ideal Candidate
Professional experience related to transfusion medicine and biotherapies
Experience as a senior executive or senior advisor within the organization
In-depth knowledge or experience with technical and scientific principles associated with standards, regulatory, and quality systems within the AABB community
Business acumen with significant P&L responsibility for multiple revenue lines
Exceptional collaborative, interpersonal and teaming skills - serving as an educator and consensus builder across the organization
Innovative, fast paced, hands-on leadership style
Ready to Take the Next Step?
Individuals interested in the role may send their application materials to Jennelle Dabney, Senior Director, Talent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AABB is the international association of blood banks, including hospital and community blood centers, transfusion and transplantation services and individuals involved in activities related to transfusion and transplantation medicine.More than 2,000 institutions (community and hospital blood banks, hospital transfusion services and laboratories) and 11,000 individuals are members of the AABB, including physicians, scientists, administrators, medical technologists, blood donor recruiters and public relations personnel. Members are located in all 50 states and more than 80 foreign countries.