Company Positions Available

The Brain Institute of America is now actively recruiting for a number of part and full time positions. Each position has a separate listing, with the appropriate contact information and skill sets required.  Please see below for more details!!!!

Feel free to inquire regarding positions by contacting us at brian.adams@braininstituteamerica.com

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NEW POSITIONS AVAILABLE
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Scientist / Researcher Positions
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RNA Vision USA Program
One of the core missions of the Institute is to educate scholars regarding the history of RNA, and the techniques used to study RNA in living systems.  The RNA world is a vastly understudied system, yet is quite relevant for understanding the basis of a number of diseases. Scientists have studied genes that control tumor onset for years with little therapeutic success. It is time to move beyond P53 and MYC, which have been  studied for decades.
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Join us in teaching the next generation of young scholars that will be the molecular biologists of the future!
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Have experience teaching and are currently looking for an opportunity to learn some awesome science for your classroom or a teaching program you are preparing to enter?
Are you a teacher in training and want to gain some experience in molecular techniques?
Are you already a teacher and want to implement a module in your current program?
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If you answered yes to any of these questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Each opportunity is custom tailored for each teaching program.
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Outreach Programs
As we continue to make new acquaintances in the CT area, one of the focuses for The Institute is in understanding the socio-economic factors that control federal and state legislative policies that ultimately shape our countries overall mental health system. Close to a third of our nations population is diagnosed with a “mental disorder or disease” of one form or another. Unfortunately being labeled with a  disorder carries with it a stigma that creates unnecessary and an often burdensome challenge for those individuals or the caretakers of that individual.
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Through community outreach and survey initiatives, the Institute is reshaping our nation’s stance on mental health by enlightening others regarding what a mental disorder is, and to make those in the community more empathetic to those with a mental disorder.
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Part of this effort is by engaging with local schools to implement teaching modules that raise awareness of this issues. In other instances the Institute offers lectures and surgery programs on the topic.
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If you are interested, please contact us. Each opportunity is custom tailored to applicant.
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Web Graphic Designer

The Institute is seeking one interns interested in a position as a Web/Graphic designer. You will be working with a number technologies, web programs, and coding languages to develop the website. Essential functions include maintaining and updating content on our website. However, input and suggestions on how to improve upon the site are strongly encourage.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Develop and improve upon the landing page to make it clean and impactful
  • Develop content or improve on the development of our blog
  • Connecting the Institute blog to other social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
  • How can we use Java Script and other programming tools to add content to the website?
  • Develop engaging and fun designs that complement the brand image and message
  • Develop tools for enhanced responsiveness to those interacting with the site
  • Researching equivalent websites in the Institute field of study to maintain brand competitiveness

Qualifications:

  • Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or equivalent major
  • Must be a junior or higher with an average GPA >5
  • Experience with WordPress and/or graphic design is optimal
  • Maintains excellent writing and language skills.
  • Those with experience in Java Script is also desired
  • Attention to details and an ability to solve real-word problems is a must

If you are interested, please contact us, for more details.

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Social Media Manager

The Institute seeks those interested in an internship as a Social Media Manager

Specific responsibilities include:

• Administration and publishing of relevant, original, high-quality content.
• Promote content through social advertising.
• Become an advocate for the company in social media spaces, engaging in dialogues and answering questions where appropriate.
• Contribute to design of Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin posts, as well as (Timeline cover, profile pic, thumbnails, ads, landing pages, Twitter profile, Blog, etc.).
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• Create a regular publishing schedule.
– Monitor, listen and respond to users in a “Social” way while cultivating leads.
– Conduct online advocacy and open a stream for cross-promotions.
– Develop and expand community and/or influencer outreach efforts.Qualifications:
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• Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or equivalent major
• Possesses knowledge and experience in the tenets of traditional marketing.
• Maintains excellent writing and language skills.
• Displays a working knowledge of the blogging ecosystem relevant to the company’s field.
• Possesses in-depth knowledge and understanding of social media platforms, their respective participants (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest etc.)
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If you are interested, please contact us, for more details.

 

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