Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) at the University of York is seeking a Research Manager to manage proposal submissions within SEI York, provide project management support to some of SEI York's larger projects, to support the SEI York management team in implementation of SEI York's financial strategy and to act in a knowledge exchange capacity between the University of York and all centres of the Stockholm Environment Institute (including the York Centre).
SEI is an independent international research institute, formally established in 1989 by the Swedish Government, and engaged in environment and development issues at local, national, regional and global levels.
To complete the above tasks, you will be educated to degree level (or have equivalent experience), preferably in a subject related to sustainable development and/or policy. You will have a good appreciation of how to successfully manage and administer submissions of research grants and larger research projects (from inception to completion, including aspects of financial administration). You will have excellent communication skills and be able to disseminate information to colleagues in a variety of formats, including those suitable for formal reporting requirements.
Applications interested in adopting the role on a Job Share basis are also encouraged to apply.
Part-time applications above 60% FTE will also be considered.
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