This new role within the Research Strategy and Policy Office is to support the implementation of a revised research ethics and compliance framework. You should have a commitment to principles of research integrity and supporting ethical considerations across the range of academic activities. You will work with others supporting research governance and compliance:
A key area of work will be a focus on the operational aspects of ensuring that the University's policies, systems and processes for academic ethics and compliance reflect the evolving requirements of key research funders. In particular, you will support the newly created Academic Ethics and Compliance Committee and help strengthen the mechanisms linking academic and subject level Ethics Committees with the University's overarching Ethics and Governance Framework.
Interview date: Mid October
For informal enquiries: please contact Anna Grey on email@example.com or 01904 324047
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