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Research Projects Manager (Cancer and Primary Care)

Hull York Medical School
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3 year fixed term post

This is an exciting opportunity to make a vital contribution to our research projects across cancer and primary care.

Over the past eight years cancer and primary care research has been a highly successful theme within the Hull York Medical School at the University of Hull, realising more than £8.8m in external funding. The main purpose of this role is to provide project management expertise across our cancer and primary care projects, to ensure smooth and efficient project oversight, stakeholder engagement and achievement of project milestones. 

This post will be based within the Medical School and will be part of the recently established Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research, which was accompanied by a major investment in academic & clinical academic staff, the establishment of strong methods and research support infrastructure and completion of the brand new Allam Medical Building on the University of Hull campus. 

As Research Projects Manager you will lead on the development and maintenance of multi-faceted project plans that will encompass all aspects of the projects. You will co-ordinate all activities required to complete the research projects, including managing budgets, preparing reports, and communication materials. 

This roles requires you to be a highly skilled communicator, with an aptitude to engage with a wide range of people. You will have experience of building and maintaining internal and external effective relationships and networks. You will be highly organised, and also an innovative thinker. You will have proven experience of handling complex large-scale projects. This will be supported by a relevant degree or equivalent experience, together with PRINCE-2 practitioner status or similar, and a thorough knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite.

Interviews will take place on 9th August 2018. 

For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Una Macleod,  .

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