|Salary:||£31,411 to £35,333 per annum|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||31st January 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Location: These positions will be based at the Singleton and Bay Campuses
With our world-class research centres and more than £500m investment into a new Bay Campus infrastructure, the Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) stands out as one of the best centres of excellence in the country. Our outstanding research and teaching environment supports nationally and internationally important areas of research and teaching across a broad range of Physical Sciences and Engineering. The FSE runs a plethora of research and skills projects funded via different streams. To deliver its sustainable top 30 ambition Swansea University needs a professional services workforce with the differentiated skills necessary to ensure that it can deliver excellence through efficient and effective systems and processes that harness innovations in technology.
This is an exciting opportunity for a talented colleague to support Principle Investigators (PIs) across the Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) on planning and delivery of their research and skills projects with management and administration as required by working closely with the PIs and their project teams. The aim is to facilitate and de-risk project planning, mobilisation, delivery and closure, as required, through continuous or ad hoc operational support for a wide range of different projects across the FSE. The role holder will be supporting operational project delivery at Faculty level working as part of the Faculty Project Office (FPO) team. The Faculty Project Officer will be responsible for supporting the development and delivery of multiple projects or may be independently responsible for the project management and administration of projects with limited complexity.
Candidates will need to be educated to A-level (or equivalent), or possess equivalent project experience and have experience of working on projects funded by different streams/funders, to include developing, managing and monitoring budgets. Good organisational skills, with the ability to manage a variety of administrative and project support tasks simultaneously and to organise and prioritise own work and that of others in order to meet project milestones is also essential.
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For further information please contact Nicola Davies: Nicola.email@example.com or Mark Morgan Mark Morgan: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Applicants are asked to provide a completed online application providing evidence against the essential criteria in the recruitment documentation. Applicants should also attach an up to date CV to the application.
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