The postholder will be responsible for helping the institution to understand trends in international funding and coordinate information and intelligence to allow the University to diversify its international funding base and to increase its market share in this area. A key part of the role in the first instance will be the creation of the “Toolkit for International Collaboration”
Experience of research administration or research programme management within higher education or a comparable environment. Excellent interpersonal and team working skills. Ability to lead on projects but also to work collaboratively with staff at all levels, demonstrating tact and sensitivity. Ability to communicate effectively and confidently both in writing and verbally, and for a variety of professional and academic audiences. Evidence of effective engagement with key external stakeholders (within higher education or a comparable environment). Proven ability to assimilate, analyse and summarise research policy and funding statements and to present informed briefings and reports to the academic community and professional services staff. Experience of using excel to manipulate data and produce reports or be able to demonstrate competence in this area. Proactive and hands-on approach with an ability to deal with often competing demands from multiple stakeholders. Evidence of and proven ability to work independently and to deadlines whilst always maintaining attention to detail, using own initiative, prioritising complex and competing demands, and of adaptability in the face of new challenges
International Research Development Officer Research Services, University Offices, Wellingtons Square, Oxford Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a. Applications are invited for the post of International Research Development Officer in Research Services. Reporting to the Head of the European and International Team, the postholder will be responsible for helping the institution to understand trends in international funding and coordinate information and intelligence to allow the University to diversify its international funding base and to increase its market share in this area. A key part of the role in the first instance will be the creation of the Toolkit for International Collaboration. You will have prior experience of supporting research applications to International funders as well as an understanding of the issues, risks and challenges that working internationally might bring. You will have written guidance documentation for researchers and briefings for senior management colleagues. Prospective applicants may contact Gill Wells, Head of the European and International Team (tel: 01865 289800; email: email@example.com ) for an informal discussion about this opportunity. Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 6 March 2019. Interviews will be held on Friday 22 March 2019. Contact Person : Recruitment Administrator Vacancy ID : 139339 Contact Phone : Closing Date : 06-Mar-2019 Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Click on the link(s) below to view documents Filesize 139339 International Research Development Officer - JD 47.8
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