|Salary:||£36,382 to £40,927|
|Placed On:||10th September 2021|
|Closes:||8th October 2021|
The University of Glasgow has been at the forefront in inspiring people in Scotland and the world, and delivering world-leading teaching and learning, research, discovery and knowledge exchange since 1451. Over 29,000 students attend the University, we have 7,000 members of staff, and our 2,600 researchers bring in an annual research income of more than £180 million.
We are seeking a professional and proactive Project Coordinator to join the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences. You will be responsible for the provision of high quality, customer focussed research support to a portfolio of academics and researchers. This role will provide financial and funder coordination for research projects from application costing and submission, award set-up, post award financial management, through to financial closure of the project. The College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, delivers a broad range of highly ground-breaking research that is interdisciplinary across all the Colleges of the University and with other external collaborating partners, both UK and overseas.
In this role, you will be the main point of contact and support for a number of Principal Investigators [academic research leads] across the College, working with other College Project Coordinators, College Research Support Office and University Services to ensure that effective communication takes place and a seamless research management support service is delivered. This is an exciting and innovative role within the Higher Education sector and provides the opportunity of providing our academics and researchers with research management support from end to end. If you have an eye for detail, have administrative experience, are able to work to multiple tight deadlines and understand how to add value in a service role, then this role is an ideal development opportunity for you.
Our ideal candidate may currently be working in a research, financial or project management support role, and have a proven track record of supporting grant applications and managing project budgets in line with funder guidelines.
For further information on the University of Glasgow's College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Science please visit www.gla.ac.uk/colleges/mvls
Closing date: 8th October 2021
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