Research Development Manager

University of Glasgow - Arts College of Arts Administration

College of Arts

This post is full time and is open ended with a funding end date; the post starts on 4 January 2017 and is funded until 3 January 2020.

You will work with the University of Glasgow College of Arts and Glasgow Life, who are jointly funding this post, to develop research partnerships on issues of joint interest. This will be focused on, but not limited to, our collaboration in the redevelopment of the Kelvin Hall. The post holder will create research clusters around subjects of shared interest and will raise funds to carry out that research.

Identifying research opportunities and new sources of funding and developing these into fundable propositions, you will contribute to the achievement of the College of Arts’ strategy and research KPIs. You will also foster a culture of innovation and idea generation within the College of Arts and Glasgow Life, providing high level support to researchers within the College of Arts in the preparation of funding applications, and the provision of professional-level project management support. Glasgow Life is a charity responsible for the largest civic cultural and leisure service in the UK, managing arts, libraries, museums, music, sport and tourism in the City. Glasgow Life is committed to working with research partners to developing evidence based, innovative services which contribute to the city’s culture life, health and wellbeing and economic development. (

You may, depending on qualifications and experience, contribute occasionally to teaching.

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The University has been awarded the Athena SWAN Institutional Bronze Award

The University is committed to equality of opportunity in employment.

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