|Salary:||£38,006 to £46,627 per annum|
|Placed On:||14th January 2020|
|Closes:||31st January 2020|
The aim of the Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB) EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Chemical Biology: Innovation for the Life Sciences, one of the longest standing CDTs in the UK, is to train postgraduate students in the art of multidisciplinary Chemical Biology research, giving them the exciting opportunity to develop the next generation of molecular tools and technologies for making, measuring, modelling and manipulating molecular interactions in biological systems. Students on the programme apply these advances to tackle key biological/biomedical problems and clinical/industrial challenges. In addition, students gain experience of industry 4.0 technologies such as 3-D printing, machine learning and robotics with a view to increasing the impact of Chemical Biology research. This is a skill set which is in great demand from industry and addresses the future needs of employers in the pharmaceutical, biomedical, healthcare, personal care, biotech, agri-science and SME sectors.
We are looking for an CDT Education and Liaison Manager who will design and co-deliver an exciting new suite of professional and transferable skills courses aimed at giving PhD students in the CDT hands-on experience of industry 4.0 technologies and how these can impact upon research in the life and broader molecular sciences. The skills learnt through these programmes will support the research activities of the students along with their entrepreneurial/start-up endeavours which the CDT Fellow would also support.
Delivery of these programmes would involve the CDT Education and Liaison Manager working closely with both the CDT Management Team and the Imperial College Advanced Hackspace (ICAH).
The CDT Education and Liaison Manager will also lead on the implementation and delivery of the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) strategy across the ICB CDT.
Duties and responsibilities
We are looking to recruit a passionate addition to our ICB CDT management team and the ICAH Hackspace fellows, who will play a crucial role in:
Ideally you should have direct experience of scientific research and a graduate scientific degree or equivalent, preferably in physical/life sciences.
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