|Salary:||£41,931 to £52,841 pro rata|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||17th April 2023|
The Glasgow School of Art (GSA) is a world leading, independent, university-level institution for the visual creative disciplines. We attract some of the finest academic and creative talent and are committed to creating and sustaining learning and working environments, where difference is respected, and the widest possible range of cultural and social perspectives are valued.
We are at an exciting point in the development of our research culture and are growing the research professional support team, in line with current strategic ambitions. Our recent performance in REF, where 82% of our research was assessed as world leading and internationally excellent, placed us at the top of the UK specialist creative practice Higher Education Institutions. Plans to build on this success include developing and supporting research leadership at every career stage, increasing the proportion of world-leading research for the next REF, and maximising the impact potential of our research in collaboration with external partners.
We are excited to invite applications for a full time Research and Innovation Funding Officer within the Research Department at GSA.
Research and Innovation Funding Officer (1.0 FTE)
Applications are invited for a full time Research and Innovation Funding Officer within the Research department at GSA.
The Research and Innovation Funding Officer will support academic staff to develop high-quality research, knowledge exchange (KE) and innovation projects and grant funding proposals.
As one of two Research and Innovation Funding Officers in GSA’s central research support team, they will advise researchers on the development of successful projects and grant funding proposals, lead on the costing and pricing of budgets, coordinate submission and approval processes, and provide oversight to ensure that projects are planned ethically and undertaken with integrity. They will play a key role in the coordination of internal funding schemes, help researchers to identify relevant grant opportunities and support post-award project management by helping research teams to manage their responsibilities to funders, partners, and research participants.
The successful applicant will have significant experience of supporting the development of grant applications and funded research projects, with demonstrable experience of achieving effective outcomes consistently over time in a similar post. They will have excellent knowledge of the research, KE and innovation funding system, including familiarity with the main funding bodies’ priorities, requirements and submission systems.
Download: Job Description.
Closing date for submission of completed applications: Midnight, Monday 17th April 2023.
For full details and to apply online, please visit: https://www.gsa.ac.uk/about-gsa/working-at-the-gsa/ or click here.
The Glasgow School of Art is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in work and study. We strive to create and maintain an inclusive environment where all students and employees feel safe, understood and valued. Applications are welcomed from candidates regardless of age, disability, sex, ethnic or religious background, gender identity or sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, maternity, caring responsibilities or care experience.
We recognise we do not have the diversity of staff that we want and we particularly welcome and encourage applications from candidates who identify as being from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at The Glasgow School of Art.
To view our full Equality statement, please click here.
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