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Researcher Development Consultant

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Location: Based at Riccarton Campus in Edinburgh
Contract: Open-ended
Closing date: Midnight on 24th of July 2022
Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research, which has made it one of the top UK universities for business and industry.  
The Research Engagement Directorate provides high quality support for the Heriot-Watt research community across four divisions and works closely with the Business and Enterprise Directorate, RED who works to deliver the Excelling in Research and Enterprise theme of Strategy 2025.
The ‘Research Futures Academy’ has been established to enhance and facilitate researcher development, academic leadership and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Purpose of Role
You will lead on the strategic planning and implementation of a wide range of development initiatives and programmes. You will be responsible for identifying, prioritising, designing and leading researcher development interventions aiming to support our academic research community to succeed by a) enhancement of personal, professional and career-related skills and capabilities of researchers/research leaders and b) promotion of a more supportive, equitable and vibrant research culture for our research community.
You will oversee expansion of the Academy’s development provision, and work in collaboration/consultation with colleagues to provide advice and collaborate on new and bespoke development initiatives. By helping to support implementation of the University’s Strategy 2025 and the UK’s ‘Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers’, you will collaborate with colleagues from across the institution and externally to enhance researcher development and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Education, Qualifications & Experience:
Essential criteria
Educated to first degree level or equivalent, or equivalent practical experience in the workplace.
Experience of working within a similar environment as outlined above.
Competent in the use of relevant IT packages
Proven relevant experience of designing and leading people development projects
Good knowledge and understanding of relevant legal, statutory and governance applications and turning them into good practice.
Excellent interpersonal, influencing and presentation skills, able to understand and communicate complex issues effectively.
Demonstrable excellent customer service.
Demonstrable ability to work quickly, flexibly and accurately in a dynamic, changing and pressured environment.
Experience of working closely with stakeholders across all levels of the organisation.
Ability to research, analyse and present complex information effectively with good attention to detail.
High level organisational skills with the ability to prioritise major developments and to function effectively in a pressured environment.
Desirable criteria
Postgraduate Research Degree.
Professional Qualification or membership of Professional bodies.
Experience of working in Higher Education, with researchers at all levels (PhD students and academic staff) and in partnership with other internal and external colleagues.
Ability to manage budgets.
Knowledge or aptitude for learning to develop digital resources and delivering training online.
Able to make independent decisions regarding the practicalities of enhancement programme organization.
Able to conduct analysis, present results and put forward recommendations through the provision of briefings, presentations or written reports and proposals.
Excellent organizational and administrative skills and flexible and adaptable approach.
For more information about the role and to apply, please visit; enzj.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/2242/?utm_medium=jobshare

Research Engagement Manager

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Terms: Fixed Term Contract / Full Time – 12 months
Closing Date: 19 July 2022 by 12:00 (midday) 
Hybrid working patterns will be considered with travel to Milton Keynes office when required.
Change your career, change lives 
The Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies works across a range of disciplines including education, childhood and youth, health and social care, youth work, social work, languages and applied linguistics, nursing, and sport and fitness; organised as three schools. We work proactively, taking an innovative approach to teaching and learning; develop collaborative and effective partnerships with employers and other institutions; and engage in cutting edge, action oriented and internationally recognised research. 
The Centre for the Study of Global Development (CSGD) is an innovative new research initiative in the OU’s Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies.  Launched in 2022, the new research Centre brings together all the faculty’s academic expertise to create a unified space for multi and interdisciplinary research with the objective of improving human wellbeing and advancing aspects of the sustainable development goals within and across all countries that relate to poverty, health, wellbeing, education, decent jobs, and employment. 
The role
The postholder will work closely with the CSGD management team and the faculty’s communications and digital engagement team, as well as with research leads, and academic staff across the faculty.
You will develop content, deliver communications projects, or manage communications channels in
order to deliver professional, timely and trusted communications which motivate, inspire, inform
and engage stakeholders. You will play a key role in helping the Centre to engage priority audiences,
including potential partners, policymakers, and influential organisations.
The full summary of duties and skills required for the role can be found within the Job Description. 
If you would like to discuss the particulars of this post before making an application, please email Tracey Hawker at [email protected], quoting vacancy reference number 19943.
How to apply 
Unless otherwise stated in the advert, all applications are completed online via the OU Job’s page and following the instructions below and clicking the “APPLY NOW” link below. Applications submitted via 3rd party websites will not be considered. 
Access details for disabled applicants are available from the Resourcing Hub, telephone: 01908 655544, quoting the vacancy reference above. 
To apply for this role please submit the following; 
CV 
Personal statement, up to 1,000 words, you should set out in your statement why you’re interested in this role and provide examples of where your skills and experience meet the required competencies for this role as detailed in the job and person specification.  
The above documents will need to be submitted as one attachment during the application process, please include the personal statement followed by the CV in this document.  
You will receive updates regarding your application from [email protected] Please ensure this email address is added to your list of trusted senders. Please also keep an eye on your junk folder to ensure you do not miss any important updates regarding this role. 
You can view your application communications on the Candidate portal. 
Closing date: 19 July 2022 by 12:00 (midday)

Trainee Finance Business Partner (With Apprenticeship)

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Interview date: Monday 1st August 2022
Introduction
Work and study at the same time as you will develop through learning on the job and studying CIMA to progress to a Finance Business Partner of the future. You’ll learn all the skills to be able to work alongside non-financial stakeholders and business partner them to create detailed budgets, provide accurate information and challenge them accordingly.
Role Responsibilities
Produce management and financial accounts, budgets and forecasts within appropriate time frames for the University and related parties. 
Respond to queries and produce ad-hoc reports and analysis as and when required. 
Provide management information that will enable budget holders to better understand their area’s responsibility.
Person Specification
Willingness to study towards a professional accountancy qualification.
5 GCSEs at Grade A, B or C, including English and Maths 
Be a proactive team player
Ability to utilise Windows based software applications i.e. Word, Excel and E-mail 
Commitment to own personal & professional development
Commitment to Equality & Diversity
High standard of numeracy and accuracy
Rewards
Competitive salary
Study support
Good holiday allowance
Location
University of Bradford
Next Steps
Interviews to take place on Monday 1st August.
For informal enquires please contact Joe Boucher, [email protected] 
If this role sounds of interest please click the apply now button. 
Further details:
Confronting Inequality : Celebrating Diversity
At the University of Bradford we accept people for who they are regardless of age, disability, gender identity, marital status, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or socio-economic background and whether you’re pregnant or on maternity leave.  
In line with the University’s commitment to equality charters including Athena Swan, Race Equality Charter, Disability Confident and Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme, we welcome applications from people identifying with these characteristics. The University has a number of staff networks which provide peer support and safe spaces for staff who hold these and other identities.

Participatory Research & Impact Project Co-ordinator

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Be a part of something amazing
As the principal museum of the University of Cambridge and the largest cultural venue in the region, The Fitzwilliam Museum acts as a crucial bridge between the University, the City and the rest of the world, and has an international reputation for extraordinary research, world class exhibitions, award-winning public programmes and amazing collections spanning many cultures and centuries. The Museum’s conservation centre, the Hamilton Kerr Institute (HKI), is one of the world’s leading centres for teaching and research in conservation.
Cambridge is a beautiful city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, dating back to 1209.  The Fitzwilliam Museum is one of eight museums which work in partnership with Cambridge University Botanic Garden and the University Library as the University of Cambridge Museums consortium, with internationally ‘Designated’ collections spanning archaeology and anthropology, polar exploration, the history of science and zoology and fine art.
The Fitzwilliam Museum is seeking a Participatory Research & Impact Coordinator who would coordinate the efficient running of the Fitzwilliam’s participatory research and impact activity.
The role holder would create and maintain documents, and develop project plans to support the Fitzwilliam’s Research Facilitator, the Senior Research Associate for Museum Learning and other Fitzwilliam Museum researchers to ensure the smooth running, growth and success of participatory approaches to research and impact activity. They will also be responsible for establishing, developing and maintaining appropriate processes to ensure the effective delivery of the projects.
We are looking for someone who has strong, demonstrable project management administrative experience with excellent time management skills and an ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. In return we offer an encouraging and supportive environment, an attractive pension scheme and many employee benefits such as a shopping discounts scheme.
Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a health assessment.
To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit :
http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/35651.
Interviews will be held Thursday 21st July 2022.
Please quote reference DA31940 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Business Analyst (Workplace & Collaboration)

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Contract: Open-ended
Location: Brunswick Street
Are you interested in working for a world top 100 University?
Come and be part of an innovative and influential University department delivering excellent IT and business services to a leading Russell Group institution. With a reputation for engaging staff and students in partnership to deliver services, for three years running UK students have voted us best for IT support. We are committed to delivering and supporting excellent customer focussed services and to do this we need to recruit the best staff, invested in higher education and dedicated to supporting sector leading learning, teaching and research – and that’s why we need you…
We have an exciting opportunity in IT Services for an outstanding individual with Business Analyst and Project Management experience to have an impact on the quality of our services.
Collaborating with colleagues across technology and business areas, you will find creative ways to solve complex and challenging problems that directly improve University life for our staff and students.
We are looking for someone who:
Uses their BA know how, to ensure analysis is planned and delivered using proven techniques, in particular when improving processes and managing requirements
Is comfortable working with a range of colleagues and stakeholders from academic, business, and technical backgrounds
Keeps customers at the heart when investigating operational needs or problems and identifying improvements
Has the confidence to challenge and shape future processes and systems through effective negotiation and influencing skills
Can balance what is ideal against what is possible, helping to find positive ways forwards delivering great results
Enjoys working in a highly collaborative environment, and being part of focused multi-disciplinary teams
Is always looking for ways to do things better, drive forward changes and solve problems.
We are committed to exploring flexible working opportunities which benefit the individual and University. We are committed to enabling our employees to work in a hybrid model with flexibility over when, where and how to achieve the required outputs, in discussion with your manager.
We’re one of the best not-for-profit organisations to work for in the UK. The University’s Total Reward Package includes a competitive salary, a generous Pension Scheme and annual leave entitlement, as well as access to a range of learning and development courses to support your personal and professional development.
We build teams of people from different heritages and lifestyles from across the world, whose talent and contributions complement each other to greatest effect. We believe diversity in all its forms delivers greater impact through research, teaching and student experience.
To find out what makes the University of Sheffield a remarkable place to work, watch this short film: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LblLk18zmo, and follow @sheffielduni and @ShefUniJobs on Twitter for more information.
IT Services have partnered with recruitment specialists Harvey Nash and you are encouraged to submit your application via their bespoke recruitment microsite: harveynash.co.uk/uos

Admin Support Manager

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Admin Support Manager within the Adam Smith Business School.
In this role you will lead the Business School’s Research Administration Team. The postholder will provide project management and specialist advice to the leadership team in support of the delivery of the school’s research strategy.
This post is offered on a full time (35 hours per week), open ended basis.
Visit our website for further information on The University of Glasgow’s Adam Smith Business School: www.gla.ac.uk/schools/business
Apply online at: my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=090570
The University of Glasgow is the current Times Higher Education (THE) University of the Year.
It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment.
We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity.
The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401.

European Crucible Coordinator

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Location: Based at Riccarton Campus in Edinburgh
Contract: Part-time (0.5FTE), Fixed-Term (6 months initially)
Closing date: Midnight on the 24th of July 2022
Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research, which has made it one of the top UK universities for business and industry.
The Research Engagement Directorate provides high quality support for the Heriot-Watt research community across four divisions and works closely with the Business and Enterprise Directorate, RED who works to deliver the Excelling in Research and Enterprise theme of Strategy 2025.
The ‘Research Futures Academy’ has been established to enhance and facilitate researcher development, academic leadership, and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Purpose of Role
The European Crucible Coordinator will support the work of the Research Futures Academy in delivering the international European Crucible programme for early to mid-career researchers from across the Scottish universities and other European countries.
You will be responsible for i) leading the operational function of the European Crucible programme, ensuring effective planning and coordination of programme, and ii) overseeing the optimisation of our modes of training delivery (currently online) to improve the ways in which we deliver our programme and increase accessibility.
Highly organised and digitally skilled, you will enjoy collaborating with a range of colleagues from different areas of expertise to create effective researcher development programmes. Your work will strengthen our researcher development and research culture activity and impact at both a local and international level.
Education, Qualifications & Experience
Essential
Educated to at least SCQF level 6-7 or similar or equivalent practical experience in the workplace.
Experience of working within a similar environment as outlined above.
Competent in the use of relevant IT packages.
Proven relevant experience of leading people development projects, e.g. gained through Researcher Development/HR Learning and Development experience which will have been acquired over a number of years, with a basic understanding of the relevant theory.
Analytical problem-solving skills.
Well-developed interpersonal skills.
Demonstrable excellent customer service.
Demonstrable ability to work quickly, flexibly, and accurately in a dynamic, changing and pressured environment.
Demonstrable professional and proactive approach.
Desirable
Postgraduate research degree.
Professional Qualification or memberships of Professional bodies.
Experience of working in Higher Education, with researchers at all levels (PhD students and academic staff) and in partnership with other internal and external colleagues.
Specific IT software package knowledge.
Knowledge or aptitude for learning to develop digital resources and delivering training online.
Able to make independent decisions regarding the practicalities of enhancement programme organization.
Able to conduct analysis, present results and put forward recommendations through the provision of briefings, presentations or written reports and proposals.
Excellent organizational and administrative skills, flexible and adaptable approach, coupled with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlines.
For more information about the role and to apply, please visit; enzj.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/2178/?utm_medium=jobshare

Researcher Development Coordinator

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Location: Based at Riccarton Campus in Edinburgh
Contract: Open-ended, Full-time
Closing date: Midnight on the 24th of July 2022
Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research, which has made it one of the top UK universities for business and industry.
The Research Engagement Directorate provides high quality support for the Heriot-Watt research community across four divisions and works closely with the Business and Enterprise Directorate, RED who works to deliver the Excelling in Research and Enterprise theme of Strategy 2025.
The ‘Research Futures Academy’ has been established to enhance and facilitate researcher development, academic leadership, and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Purpose of Role
The Researcher Development Coordinator will support the work of the Research Futures Academy in delivering a wide range of development initiatives and programmes aimed at i) enhancing our research culture and ii) supporting our academic research community to succeed. In doing so, these will help us fulfil the ambition of creating a more positive and inclusive working culture for all our staff and postgraduate students within which excellent and impactful research can take place (cf. UK Government’s ‘Research and Development People and Culture’ Strategy, 2021).
You will be responsible for i) leading the team’s operational function, ensuring effective planning and coordination of activity across a diverse portfolio of development programmes, and ii) overseeing the optimisation of our modes of delivery (in-person, online, hybrid) to improve the variety of ways in which we support our researchers, enabling more flexibility and increased accessibility. Highly organised and digitally skilled, you will enjoy collaborating with a range of colleagues from different areas of expertise to create effective researcher development programmes. You will contribute to the Academy’s reputation as a ‘centre of excellence’,and strengthen its activity and impact at both a local and international level.
Education, Qualifications & Experience
Essential
Educated to at least SCQF level 6-7 or similar or equivalent practical experience in the workplace.
Experience of working within a similar environment as outlined above.
Competent in the use of relevant IT packages.
Proven relevant experience of leading people development projects, e.g. gained through Researcher Development/HR Learning and Development experience which will have been acquired over a number of years, with a basic understanding of the relevant theory.
Analytical problem-solving skills.
Well-developed interpersonal skills.
Demonstrable excellent customer service.
Demonstrable ability to work quickly, flexibly and accurately in a dynamic, changing and pressured environment.
Demonstrable professional and proactive approach.
Desirable
Postgraduate degree.
Professional Qualification or memberships of Professional bodies.
Experience of working in Higher Education, with researchers at all levels (PhD students and academic staff) and in partnership with other internal and external colleagues.
Specific IT software package knowledge.
Knowledge or aptitude for learning to develop digital resources and delivering training online.
Able to make independent decisions regarding the practicalities of enhancement programme organization.
Able to conduct analysis, present results and put forward recommendations through the provision of briefings, presentations or written reports and proposals.
Excellent organizational and administrative skills, flexible and adaptable approach, coupled with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlines.
For more information about the role and to apply, please visit; enzj.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/2181/?utm_medium=jobshare

Researcher Development Consultant

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Location: Based at Riccarton Campus in Edinburgh
Contract: 0.5 FTE, 12 months, maternity cover
Closing date: Midnight on 24th of July 2022
Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research, which has made it one of the top UK universities for business and industry.  
The Research Engagement Directorate provides high quality support for the Heriot-Watt research community across four divisions and works closely with the Business and Enterprise Directorate, RED who works to deliver the Excelling in Research and Enterprise theme of Strategy 2025.
The ‘Research Futures Academy’ has been established to enhance and facilitate researcher development, academic leadership and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Purpose of Role
You will lead on the strategic planning and implementation of a wide range of development initiatives and programmes. You will be responsible for identifying, prioritising, designing and leading researcher development interventions aiming to support our academic research community to succeed by a) enhancement of personal, professional and career-related skills and capabilities of researchers/research leaders and b) promotion of a more supportive, equitable and vibrant research culture for our research community.
You will oversee expansion of the Academy’s development provision, and work in collaboration/consultation with colleagues to provide advice and collaborate on new and bespoke development initiatives. By helping to support implementation of the University’s Strategy 2025 and the UK’s ‘Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers’, you will collaborate with colleagues from across the institution and externally to enhance researcher development and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Education, Qualifications & Experience:
Essential criteria
Educated to first degree level or equivalent, or equivalent practical experience in the workplace.
Experience of working within a similar environment as outlined above.
Competent in the use of relevant IT packages
Proven relevant experience of designing and leading people development projects
Good knowledge and understanding of relevant legal, statutory and governance applications and turning them into good practice.
Excellent interpersonal, influencing and presentation skills, able to understand and communicate complex issues effectively.
Demonstrable excellent customer service.
Demonstrable ability to work quickly, flexibly and accurately in a dynamic, changing and pressured environment.
Experience of working closely with stakeholders across all levels of the organisation.
Ability to research, analyse and present complex information effectively with good attention to detail.
High level organisational skills with the ability to prioritise major developments and to function effectively in a pressured environment.
Desirable criteria
Postgraduate Research Degree.
Professional Qualification or membership of Professional bodies.
Experience of working in Higher Education, with researchers at all levels (PhD students and academic staff) and in partnership with other internal and external colleagues.
Ability to manage budgets.
Knowledge or aptitude for learning to develop digital resources and delivering training online.
Able to make independent decisions regarding the practicalities of enhancement programme organization.
Able to conduct analysis, present results and put forward recommendations through the provision of briefings, presentations or written reports and proposals.
Excellent organizational and administrative skills and flexible and adaptable approach.
For more information about the role and to apply, please visit; enzj.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/2242/?utm_medium=jobshare

Project Manager – Grade 7

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The Strategic Change Department is seeking to appoint a Project Manager to work on a new project to identify options for the implementation of new workflows/automated processes associated with student fees and funding, including processes to better manage scholarship and bursary allocation.
You will be responsible for the development and execution of plans to deliver essential improvements to university systems and processes. The Project Manager is a key member of the project team working closely with the appointed sponsor and subject matter experts to co-ordinate important change in the business areas. You will ensure that the project is delivered in accordance with agreed Strategic Change Project and Programme Management methodology, and in compliance with university policies and procedures. This is an excellent opportunity for a confident individual who fulfils the criteria and is looking for the next step in their project management career.
You should have a degree (or equivalent qualification or relevant professional experience). Strategic Change is an enthusiastic department, and we would especially welcome interest from applicants who would thrive in this environment. If you meet the requirements of the job description, have a flexible approach to work and have excellent prioritisation and communication skills we would encourage you to apply.
The post is available on a fixed term basis until 1st May 2024 initially.
The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received.

For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk

Impact Development Administrator

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The role
This role is required to provide effective administrative support to the harmonised impact acceleration accounts in the Impact Development Team.
IAAs are strategic awards provided to universities to allow them to respond to impact opportunities in more flexible, responsive and creative ways. The Impact Development Team are experts in knowledge exchange and impact. They work with the academic community, from early career researchers through to senior leadership, to deliver impact through partnerships, training, and funding. 
What will you be doing?
Administer processes and procedures, co-ordinating tasks and responsibilities in support of the team’s impact acceleration accounts, which may include: administering funding calls; servicing review panel meetings; recording spend against budget; coordinating reporting; and arranging training and events.
You should apply if
You have proven administrative experience in a relevant role or relevant life experience reinforced by work experience; excellent organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise own workload taking into account competing deadlines, a high volume of activity, and the work of the wider team; an adaptable, flexible approach; experience of working in a team and autonomously; an understanding of the requirements of administering funding calls.
Additional information
Contract type: Open ended with fixed funding until 31/03/2025
Hours: 28 hours per week, part-time
Grade:F
Unit: Impact Development
For any informal enquires please contact Lisa Campbell; [email protected]
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.

Grants Manager

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The Royal Society is the independent scientific academy of the UK dedicated to promoting excellence in science. The organisation runs a range of grant schemes, supporting early career and senior scientists pursuing both discovery led and applied research, investing in industry and innovation schemes, working with partners overseas to facilitate international collaborations and strengthening research capacity in developing countries. In addition, the Society provides a range of activities to support the development of the next generation of research leaders including opportunities for training, mentoring, support and networking.
We are now looking for outstanding and highly motivated Grants Managers with excellent organisational and time management skills and strong attention to detail to join our Grants team.
Working as part of a team, successful candidates will be responsible for delivering the day-to-day management and administration of the Royal Society Grants schemes. They will be the main point of contact for applicants, peer reviewers and award holders – working on aspects of both pre-award and post-award management – and responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with grant-holders. Experience of research management or working in a grant funding environment is desirable but not essential.
This is an exciting opportunity to support cutting-edge science and the next generation of research leaders, and to work as part of a dynamic and creative team.
Reports to: Programme Manager, or Senior Manager
Line manages: N/A
Location: Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG plus Hybrid working. Royal Society Staff are currently working on average 3 days per week remotely.
Hours: Full time, 35 hours a week
Pay Band: C, £34,146.91
Contract: Fixed Term and Permanent roles available
Interviews: 25 July to 5 August 2022