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Centre for Blast Injury Studies-Department of Bioengineering – Research Programmes Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Salary Range: £45,400 to £54,880 per annum
South Kensington Campus
Full time Fixed term until 31 October 2021

Established in 2011, the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies (CBIS) is a multidisciplinary research centre based at Imperial College London. It is hosted by the UKs leading Department of Bioengineering, drawing its staff from here and a number of other departments in the Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Natural Sciences. The mission of the Centre is to improve the understanding of blast injury in order to advance the mitigation, treatment and rehabilitation of injury. As such the Centre is focused on education, research, outreach and public engagement activities.

The post will provide an externally-facing support service with a strong focus on relationship management across research funders, the Royal British Legion, senior academics within multiple universities, and VIP visitors from a multitude of backgrounds. The postholder will be responsible for the planning, delivery, as well as actively contributing to the expansion of the Centre’s research activities and identifying potential areas of collaboration by working closely with the Centre’s Director, Boards and Committees

It is essential that you have experience in administration and the management of technical staff, facilities and resources, preferably gained from working in an academic or public sector setting. You should be educated to degree level (or equivalent), with experience of managing multiple projects especially related to higher education, defence or veterans charities sectors. Extensive, high level financial knowledge, especially with regard to budgetary monitoring and cost management is required. The postholder should also have demonstrable experience of hosting visits, including VIPs, arranging workshops and organising conferences.

For an informal discussion please contact Anthony Bull: email a.bull@imperial.ac.uk

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