The Department of Politics is one of the leading centres for research and teaching in Politics and International studies in the United Kingdom. It was ranked eighth in the country for its research performance in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. The Department also achieves a high level of external recognition for its teachings and is currently in the top ten of both the Guardian and Times/Sunday Times league tables.
The Department is characterised by a strongly international character, intellectual pluralism and a commitment both to innovative research and to the application of this knowledge to significant political problems. The Department has undergone a period of significant growth over the past five years, and now consists of 55 academic and teaching staff and 15 professional support staff.
We are looking to appoint an experience Research Facilitator. You will be the first point of contact for academic and research staff in the research grant process and deliver a high quality administrative service, to provide support in applying for an administering research grants; to manage a personal portfolio of research grants and associated contracts; to support research engagement and impact and ensuring that the department’s research is disseminated to a wide audience; and to work with the Chair of Research Committee to implement the Department’s research strategy
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
Skills, abilities and competencies
Interview date: 5 December 2019
For informal enquiries: please contact Monica Brito Vieira on Monica.email@example.com
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