Are you ready to be part of a groundbreaking initiative that will revolutionise doctoral education and research supervision? Join the RSVP team, a dynamic group of change-makers dedicated to transforming the culture of doctoral education in the United Kingdom.
The Next Generation Research SuperVision Project (RSVP) is a pioneering £4.6 million, four-year project funded by Research England and supported by all seven UKRI research councils, Wellcome Trust, and the Crick Institute. Directed by Dr. Karen Clegg at the University of York and Professor Doug Cleaver at Sheffield Hallam University, RSVP is committed to reshaping research supervision practice in the UK. This transformative journey includes scholarship, practice interventions, cultural shifts, and policy changes in research supervision.
Mentor Coordinator We are looking for a passionate and dedicated Mentor Coordinator to lead, design, and coordinate a series of mentoring programs for doctoral supervisors. These programs will play a pivotal role in supporting supervisors within institutions, fostering collaboration across institutions, and enhancing Doctoral Training Partnership levels. As Mentor Coordinator, you will shape programs that promote knowledge exchange, skill sharing, and effective communication, revolutionising the landscape of research supervision.
Please note this role is part time (0.8 FTE) and fixed term until September 2027.
How to Apply: If you are ready to be a catalyst for change in doctoral supervision and possess the skills and passion we are looking for, please submit your application by 19 November.
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and welcome applications from all those with a passion for mentoring. Flexible working hours and remote working options are available.
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