|Salary:||£39,748 to £44,166 per annum, pro rata if Part Time (dependent on skills and experience)|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||30th March 2023|
|Closes:||18th April 2023|
Hours: Full time or Part time considered
Location: Science and Technology Facilities Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell, Oxfordshire
Together, our scientist, technologists, engineers and business team explore the unknown and turn what they find into work that changes the world around us. Whether it’s sending probes into space or finding new ways to treat cancer, everyone here plays a vital role in making a positive difference to society.
Come and discover how much you can achieve when you’re surrounded by world-leading experts, encouraged to constantly learn and empowered to explore your curiosity.
The RAL Particle Physics Project Office manages many of the UK’s national and international particle physics research-infrastructure projects. The resulting experiments contribute to fundamental understanding of the building blocks of the universe in a field where only few people in the world have such enviable access. As project manager you will manage one or more of a wide range of these UK projects. Our growing portfolio includes DUNE, Hyper-K, CMS, SWIFT-HEP, LHCb, AIT and AION.
Not only is this an exciting role at the forefront of science and technology in some of the most complex and exciting projects in the world today, but you will also gain excellent experience of formal project management in a collaborative environment. The role gives considerable scope for personal and professional development as well as further training, aiming to reach Chartered Project Professional within a suitable time frame.
We are committed to sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce. We are invested in creating an environment that is welcoming and supportive of all, to help us achieve the highest possible standards in our work and organisation together. In this regard, we encourage applications from under-represented groups.
We ask some of the biggest questions in the universe, to answer some of the biggest challenges in the world. Whatever our role, we have the freedom to explore, learn and connect, as part of a community that loves to share knowledge and support one another.
As one of Europe’s largest research organisations, this is a place where there’s always something new to learn – about the world around us, about your career, but most of all, about yourself.
Join us and discover what’s possible.
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