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Public Health Research Programme Manager

University of Bristol - Faculty of Health Sciences

Location: Bristol
Salary: Grade K / £44,706-£50,296
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 23rd November 2021
Closes: 5th December 2021
Job Ref: SUPP107861

The role

This post is an excellent opportunity for an experienced research programme manager to join a multidisciplinary academic team in Population Health Sciences Bristol Medical School.  This post is based in the Centre for Public Health, a leading academic public health department.

 [1] The Shanghai Ranking currently places Public Health at the University of Bristol as 4th in the UK, 5th in Europe and 9th globally.

What will you be doing?

You will manage the programmes of work associated with the NIHR Bristol and Cardiff Public Health Intervention Response Team (PHIRST) team and the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) in Bristol. The research undertaken in both adds to the evidence base of what works and informs the delivery and implementation of public health interventions to improve the health of the public and reduce health inequalities.

The National Institute for Health Research’s (NIHR) PHIRST teams are a new initiative with four teams working collaboratively with local authorities throughout the UK to co-design and conduct evaluations of novel and generalizable public health interventions. The NIHR School for Public Health Research is a national organisation with members located in leading academic public health departments throughout England.

You should apply if

  • You have a MSc in a relevant discipline, or evidence of equivalent relevant professional experience.
  • You have substantial experience in research project management in non-clinical settings.
  • You have good experience in staff management, career development and in developing, implementing and monitoring policies, guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures.
  • You hold knowledge of the regulatory and governance environment in the UK and Europe and the impact of regulatory issues on public health research.
  • You have experience in the development and implementation of research evaluations within the current legal, ethical, regulatory and frameworks.
  • You have experience in preparing bids for research funding and assisting in securing ethical approval for research.
  • You have experience of engaging with PPI groups and are you able to draft project reports and papers.
  • Proven ability to negotiate and influence internal and external individuals and organisations
  • You possess effective communication, presentation and organisational skills, including meeting deadlines and milestones.
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to work with collaborators and stakeholders at all levels.

Additional information

For informal enquiries please contact: Professor Rona Campbell (rona.campbell@bristol.ac.uk)
or Professor Russ Jago (russ.jago@bristol.ac.uk)

Contract type: Open-ended with funding until 31/08/2024

Work pattern: Part time, Flexible

Shift pattern: 0.8FTE

This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Sunday 5th December 2021

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