|Salary:||£32,982 to £37,099 per annum, pro rata, Grade: H|
|Placed On:||2nd October 2023|
|Closes:||16th October 2023|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and organised individual to join our friendly Impact Development Team which is based in the University of Bristol's Division of Research, Enterprise and Innovation (DREI).
DREI is looking to appoint an Impact Development Officer to support the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme, supporting the KTP Specialist to manage the University's existing KTP portfolio of innovation/collaborative R&D projects - which can be in any academic discipline - and to support its continuing growth.
You will be based at DREI's University offices in central Bristol and have a willingness to occasionally travel unaccompanied to various locations in the region and beyond. (Note that at present the team has blended working arrangements, with a mix of remote and office working.)
What will you be doing?
The Impact Development Officer role is a dynamic role which will allow you to demonstrate your skills in organisation, communication and project management. You will be required to coordinate the delivery of project activities in an efficient and professional manner, collating and recording data as well as being a key point of contact for academics, KTP Associates and companies.
The post holder will introduce, standardise and enhance economies of repetition in the execution of KTP projects, ensuring consistent delivery quality. The post-holder will work closely with academics and administrative staff internally and with a range of business sectors and industries as well as the public and third sectors externally. Effective communication and relationship management across multiple and varied stakeholders is a key requirement of this role.
Reporting to the KTP Specialist and supporting multiple KTP projects, the post-holder will be required to interact and work cooperatively with the wider Professional Services team to ensure high-quality project management support for the University's internal and external clients.
We would like to hear from candidates who can demonstrate these skills, an eagerness to learn and a flexible and adaptable approach to work.
You should apply if
This role is 21 hours per week.
For informal queries, please contact Benoit Welch, firstname.lastname@example.org / 017 455 9257
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Monday 16th October.
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