4103-E – Knowledge Exchange & Impact Co-ordinator

University of Greenwich

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FLAS Faculty Administration & Support – Research & Enterprise Support
Location:  Greenwich Campus

£37,099 to £42,978
plus £5269 London weighting Per annum (Pro-rata)
Part Time Hours:  0.6FTE
Contract Type: 
Fixed Term
– 2 years
Release Date:  Friday 20 October 2023
Closing Date:  Sunday 05 November 2023
Interview Date: 

To be confirmed
Reference:  4103-E

The Institute for Inclusive Communities and Environments was launched in 2023 as a leading centre for interdisciplinary research and practice in the humanities, arts and social science. We conduct research of international excellence to grow and support inclusive and sustainable societies. 

We are looking to appoint a Knowledge Exchange and Impact Co-ordinator to join our Professional Services Team as the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences continues to invest in its research development services and recognises high quality support in knowledge exchange and impact development is pivotal to its research environment.  

The successful applicant will have experience of working with academic researchers and funders of research and knowledge exchange, including excellent knowledge of UK-related research funding policies and programmes. 

You should be able to quickly build strong and positive working relationships with administrative and academic colleagues of all levels as you search for and lead on the co-ordination and organisation of knowledge exchange external funding applications, knowledge translation and public engagement activities in the Institute alongside creating supported pathways with academic staff to bring about social, economic, or environmental impacts. 

The successful candidate will hold a honours degree.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Suzanne Louail on [email protected]  

Should you have any queries, please contact the HR Recruitment Team on [email protected]

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