The Talent Acquisition Team provides Executive Search and Recruiting Services to departments within the School of Medicine. As a dedicated internal resource and partner, we are committed to attracting, recruiting and hiring diverse talent across multiple levels. We will support your searches in a myriad of ways to help you find the right match.
No matter what your hiring pain points are, we will help you design a recruitment strategy and take that next step with you.
Finding the right hire takes time. We will collaborate with you to understand the function and business needs of your executive.
If you have questions about executive searches, please reach out to Sharon Carroll.
Katie will lead all human resource operations and strategy within the Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI) and partner with administrative leaders across its many business units including the Cancer Clinical Trials Office (CCTO), Center for Cancer Cell Therapy (CCCT), Cancer Health Equity and Community Engagement (CHECE), and all others. Read More
Katie brings to the SCI over twenty years of experience developing HR strategy and building teams. She is a highly motivated and collaborative leader with significant hands on experience managing all areas of HR and particular expertise with high growth organizations, coaching, performance management, recruitment, benefits, organizational development and internal communications. Katie will join the SCI from Angaza Design in SF, where she is the VP of People Operations, and prior to her current role she served as the HR Director for the Public Library of Science in SF for seven years. Katie holds a Masters of Business Management, majoring in Training and Organizational Development, from Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.
For the last five years, Milan served as the Division Manager in two divisions in the Department of Medicine: the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research (BMIR) and the Division of Endocrinology. In these roles, he supported faculty, directed Read More
administrative staff and division finances, and oversaw the deployment of several new process improvements projects including a robust post-award management tool. He also served on several lean process teams across the Department of Medicine, addressing issues related to Human Resources and Student Affairs. Prior to joining the School of Medicine, Milan was in the Decision Support Finance team at Stanford Health Care and worked closely with senior SHC leadership and clinical DFAs to support Funds Flow transfers.
Prior to Stanford Medicine, Milan was a healthcare consultant, working with rural California hospitals on assessments and improvements in reimbursement and quality. Milan holds Bachelor’s degrees in Mass Communications and Legal Studies from UC Berkeley.
Outside of work, Milan enjoys gardening, coaching soccer, playing table tennis, and tackling the occasional home improvement project.
Over the past three years, Ben has been instrumental in preparing for the new Department of Health Policy. He has concurrently managed the administration and finances for two Stanford Centers focused on Health Policy: the Center for Primary Care and Read More
Outcomes Research Center (PCOR) under the Department of Medicine and the Center for Health Policy under the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. As Associate Director/Division Manager for these centers, he has provided leadership and oversight for financial operations, strategic planning, human resources, grant and contract administration, academic affairs, and facilities/space planning. Ben first joined Stanford in 2012 and served six years with the Cancer Clinical Trials Office in the Stanford Cancer Institute. There he performed a variety of roles that utilized his expertise in interventional clinical research operations and management, specifically in cancer trials.
Ben’s interest and career in public health began in the field of Parkinson’s Disease research. He spent six years working on epidemiological studies at The Parkinson’s Institute in Sunnyvale, CA. He received his MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and his BS in Cognitive Science from University of California, San Diego.
Ben currently resides in Sunnyvale. He is passionate about functional fitness and has previously coached adults and volunteered as a judge at local competitions. He enjoys zipping around campus on his foldable kick scooter, which he has been accused of ‘borrowing’ from his three kids (he assures they have their own).
We participate in several career events throughout the academic year. We have recruited and screened hundreds of new graduates from a variety of schools and programs. We also host a yearly hiring event where we connect Managers and Faculty with recent graduates in the following positions:
- Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator
- Clinical Research Coordinator Associate
- Life Science Research Professional 1
- Social Science Research Professional 1
If you are looking for available candidates to fill your entry level research position(s), please email email@example.com.
Our Clinical Research Coordinators work with the principal investigator(s) to support the coordination of clinical studies and the collection of clinical data.
Our Life Science Research Professionals apply a comprehensive understanding for the theories and methods of a life science discipline to interpret and perform analysis of experiment results.
Our Research Administrators provide a full range of administrative, financial and other tasks associated with pre and/or post award sponsored research activities and services, including proposal review and post award management of funds and budgets.
Our Financial Analysts direct or perform prospective analytical, problem solving and evaluative work applicable to the full range of university financial and management operations. Work includes collecting and analyzing data, formulating and evaluating alternative solutions, and preparing reports.
Our Accountants ensure integrity, compliance and effectively controlled financial accounting information by performing activities involving recording, documenting, reporting, and analyzing transactions. Accounting functions consist of: accounts payable, accounts receivable, disbursements, tax, general ledger, payroll, capital assets accounting, accrual accounting, depreciation, and/or management reporting.
The Recruitment Business Partner (RBP) program will improve hiring workflow and the quantity of quality applicants. The RBP will partner with your hiring managers and assist them in the sourcing and candidate selection process for staff positions.
If you would like to learn more about the RBP program, please email Patty Urban.
Sharing is Caring - Refer a Friend!
The Talent Acquisition team is always looking for talent. If you know someone who would be a great addition to the School of Medicine, we want to hear from you! Refer a friend and receive a Starbucks gift card.
- Employee: open to all regular Stanford School of Medicine staff.
- Referrals: Must be external to the university and employee must know them personally. Current Stanford employees, students, temporary/casual employees and employees working on campus or being recruited through an agency are not eligible as referrals.
- Positions: Employees may refer an applicant for any open, continuing position in the School of Medicine.
- Employee must submit a referral form to be considered.
After the referral submission, the Talent Acquisition team will respond to the employee within 2 - 4 business days. If your referral is qualified, you will receive a Starbucks gift card.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We host a series of recruiting events throughout the year. Due to COVID, we have postponed all in-person hiring events.
Visit Stanford School of Medicine career site at medcareers.stanford.edu