|Salary:||£35,333 to £42,155 Grade 7, per annum|
|Placed On:||2nd February 2023|
|Closes:||19th February 2023|
Are you passionate about supporting research to make a difference?
Do you have knowledge and experience of research and evaluation?
Then we would be delighted if you would apply for one of our Impact (Evidence and Evaluation) Coordinator roles to join our team.
Working here you will:
Join our growing research impact team playing a pivotal role to ensure we provide a high quality service to our research community. Your role will have four main functions, the first is to support researchers to plan for impact and to help identify opportunities to enhance and accelerate the impact of their research; secondly it is to help identify, track and evidence the impact of their research; the third is to support the University to make the best use of their information to support submission to key assessment processes (Research Excellence Framework; Knowledge Exchange Framework); the fourth is to build strong working relationships across the University, and beyond, to help enhance and deliver impact.
The focus of this Impact role is to work with our Doctoral Training Centres; Centre for Digital Entertainment and ART-AI; and wider centres such as CAMERA.
To be successful you will have a:
This is a really exciting time to join an expanding team. This is a significant investment from the University and will see you play a key part in delivering the University Strategy by helping to build strategic partnerships, create an inclusive community and deliver high impact research that benefits society.
This role is offered on a full time (36.5 hours per week) fixed term basis with an expected duration of 1 year. This role is office based, however we are currently trailing hybrid working, and we will require a small amount of travel for work.
For informal discussions about the role please contact Sarah Parry (Centre Manager) on firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Department
The Research and Innovation Services (RIS) department provides support to our staff across the research life cycle, including research grant development and delivery, knowledge exchange (including commercialisation) and research impact.
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