|28th November 2023
|8th January 2024
We support researchers and communities, systems and services, fundamental science and applied design. We care about inclusion, address inequality and make the interdisciplinary connections that bring research ideas to life.
Salary: £32,352 with potential for performance-related progression after 12 months plus 12% pension contribution, season ticket loan, death-in-service benefit, income protection and health cash plan, on-site gym. Enhanced family leave after qualifying period. 30 days’ holiday + public holidays.
Location: Our office is on the Strand in central London and we are currently working in hybrid mode. We also welcome proposals for flexible work patterns.
In the autumn of 2020, the Dunhill Medical Trust launched its new strategic framework: "Investing for Impact". It was back in the 1980s that our founder's niece recognised that the shifting demographics would drive a need for investment in a high-quality research base to improve our understanding of the mechanisms of ageing and the delivery of innovation in the health and social care of older people. Our charitable objects were never more relevant than they are today, as we saw in the recently-published Chief Medical Officer’s report: Health in an Ageing Society, and the opportunities are immense to support our academic and clinical researcher community to make real systemic change.
Today, we are an independently endowed charitable trust, distributing c.£5m pa in funding and play our part in three broad ways:
We now have a full time, permanent vacancy for an enthusiastic aspiring research management professional to help us to deliver our strategic plan. As a member of the Grants Team reporting to the Head of Research, you will be a primary point of contact for organisations applying for funding for academic or clinical research, as well as playing a key role in developing, implementing and evaluating our funding streams. As such, you will make key contributions to the development and delivery of the Trust’s core services, reinforcing its reputation for high quality and its support for the research community. If you’d like to explore using your research training in a subject area relevant to the work of the Trust in a slightly different context, have great attention to detail, and the flexible “can do” attitude and restless curiosity essential to the success of a small, expert team, go to our website to download the full job description and person specification and find out how to apply.
Closing date: 8 January 2024 at noon
Interviews will be held between 22-24 January, 2024
For further information, including the full job description, person specification and how to apply, please click on the 'Apply' button above.
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