FRC Operations Manager

Coventry University - Centre for Business in Society

The Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) is a research hub for the Faculty of Business and Law at Coventry University. Through understanding the impact of organisations’ activities, behaviours and policies, our research seeks to promote responsibility and to change behaviours for the benefit of economies and societies.

Our research teams are (a) examining sustainable production and ethical consumption; (b) searching for durable and inclusive economic growth models, with new partnerships between state, economy and society; (c) exploring at the national, organisational and individual level the economic and social impacts of the financial crisis and post-financialisation; and (d) addressing the implications of digital and big data for business and society, in particular the use, privacy and security of data in organisations and society. 

Reporting to the Faculty Research Centre Executive Director, the post of FRC Operations Manager is a key managerial role acting as chief operating officer for CBiS. Primary accountabilities include the day-to-day operations of CBiS; target delivery; the management and reporting of administrative systems, finance, income and recruitment-related activity; staging events and building external relationships.

The post holder will be part of a dynamic team, actively contributing to the research strategy and activities of CBiS.  Candidates must have a track record of managing high performance teams, substantial project management skills, business development experience, and expertise in networking and developing strategic partnerships. Further details are available from Professor Lyndon Simkin, Executive Director of CBiS.

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