For Faculty


The BRET Office of Career Development is available to advertise your postdoc position, share a colleague's job posting, and assist with training grant text. 

How to advertise your open Postdoc Position

There are two ways to advertise an open postdoc opportunity in your lab:

  • The BRET Career Development social media via THIS ELECTRONIC FORM (current postdocs and graduate students will see the opening on the the Office of Career Development bi-weekly e-newsletter, blog, and Twitter feed.)
  • Your Faculty Database Page (Each faculty member’s faculty web page has a place to post a postdoctoral position.) Currently, the Postdoctoral Affairs office is in the process of adding a tool for faculty and their delegates to be able to post their own available postdoctoral positions, but it is unavailable right now. In the meantime, the BRET Postdoctoral site will be happy to post your position, so please send your ready-to-post advertisement to Chris Sisco, Senior Software Engineer, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Web and Applications Group, and copy to Lindsay Meyers, Project Manager. For more information, please visit the BRET Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.


Share a job from a colleague at another university or who is looking to hire a trainee for industry work

Has a colleague or university partner submitted a job opening to you to share with trainees? We are happy to advertise this position on our website and in our bimonthly newsletter.

A submitted position will post on the the Office of Career Development bi-weekly e-newsletterblog, and Twitter feed.

Please fill out the linked form to submit the job opening to our office. 

Note: the Office of Career Development does not guarantee that it will post each submitted opportunity and has the right to deny postings they deem inappropriate or inapplicable. 


Provide professional development resources for your grants.

The Office of Career Development maintains a repository for grants by providing program lists of Career and Professional Development events. Please visit the BRET Training Grant Support page for the resources you may need.

For more information, please contact Roger Chalkley.


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