|Salary:||£30,619 to £35,308 per annum (Grade 6)|
|Placed On:||23rd March 2023|
|Closes:||7th April 2023|
Full Time: 35 hours per week
Fixed term contract duration: 24 months
5 posts available
Colleagues in Edinburgh Research Office work in partnership with researchers to develop and deliver world-leading research. We work across the research lifecycle – growing ideas into proposals, projects and impact. We are enablers and connectors, networked across the University, able to provide the best advice to researchers and research leaders in all disciplines. We are part of a wider ecosystem of over 300 colleagues providing research support across the University of Edinburgh – linking through our Schools, Colleges and Service Groups.
We are seeking colleagues who will embody our values of expertise, community, integrity and collaboration.
Research Grants Team work closely with the University of Edinburgh research and professional service communities, partners and funders, to maximise the research academic colleagues can undertake for the funding they receive.
The Research Grants Team are looking for Research Grants Administrators to join our expert team in delivering financial management and post award administration of the University’s 3,500 research grants.
You will work collaboratively across the Research Grants team and with colleagues across a range of departments to ensure effective stewardship of research finances and provide specialist knowledge on all aspects of research grant management and reporting.
A Research Grants Administrator will:
The successful candidate will:
Edinburgh Research Office is a supportive and encouraging environment for those new to research professional services and those wishing to further develop their University professional service careers. We have a longstanding commitment to training and staff development and a great track record of internal promotions for ambitious colleagues. We actively encourage all colleagues in ERO to think about their development in role. We encourage applicants to think not just about their suitability now, but how they might grow in the role in the future. Please apply with a CV and a supporting statement explaining how you meet the knowledge, skills and experience required, and your motivation for applying for this post.
All applicants should apply via the on-line application process and include a current CV and personal statement confirming how you meet the requirements of the post. Interviews are anticipated to take place in the week of 17th April 2023 and will be conducted in person, where possible.
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