|£32,333 to £37,100 per annum
|6th December 2023
|5th January 2024
A ground-breaking new Centre hosted by the University of Liverpool will bring together scientists, engineers, residents and health professionals from different disciplines, organisations and lived experiences to drive an internationally important *civic* health technology research and innovation cluster in Liverpool City Region. The Centre is a civic partnership between the University of Liverpool and local NHS, which allows academics, NHS and industry partners to co-locate, under a cooperative model, to use data to drive innovation and service change.
It’s funding portfolio cover all three University of Liverpool faculties (centred on the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences) across core themes of; Brain/Mental Health, Infection Resilience, Multi-morbidity and Medicines and Systems & Methods. Over the past four years, Liverpool has delivered world-leading insights and interventions using linked data, analytics and coordinated civic actions. We delivered the world’s first voluntary mass testing for COVID-19, with insights that central agencies failed to deliver, have developed the Civic Data Cooperative and have secured a new NIHR Mental Health Research for Innovation Centre (M-RIC), among current grants exceeding £30m. The Centre will concentrate these activities, creating and maximising opportunities for the region.
The University of Liverpool is well established as a globally focused institution and has a long international history across research and teaching activity. Mersey care NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest trusts providing physical and mental health services in the Northwest, serving more than 1.4 million people across the region.
We are seeking a Senior Administrator to provide high level administrative support to the Centre. You will be expected to ensure the provision of comprehensive, effective and efficient administrative support to the Director, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Research Programmes and Partnerships and wider team. You will be based within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences reporting to the Centre’s Head of Research Programmes and Partnerships (HoRPP) and will work alongside a muti-disciplinary team within the University of Liverpool, NHS and Civic Partners.
The ideal candidate will:
You will have a degree (or equivalent qualification or relevant professional experience).
For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk
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