The Public Health@Cambridge (PH@C) Network is one of the University's strategic research networks which work to encourage research collaborations across the University. This is an established network with 1000 members across multiple departments and disciplines. The role holder will continue to manage this network within the Cambridge Institute of Public Health to provide academic leadership in Public Health and to develop strategic partnerships with academics and industry around the world to advance research, and the impact of research, in these fields.
The aim of this role is to organise, manage and deliver the activities of the strategic Public Health@Cambridge Network at the University of Cambridge to capitalise on the expertise in population science. This role holder will communicate with all 1000 members of the Network across the University to help support the collaborative work of existing members of the Network and its partners.
The post-holder will continue development of the PH@C Network across the University by fostering new relationships, cross-cutting projects and opportunities for networking, collaboration and training across the University of Cambridge Schools, departments and research units and relevant local partners.
You should be educated to degree level in a scientific, medical or communications discipline or have equivalent experience. A PhD or equivalent research experience would be desirable. You should have a solid understanding of public health research, policy and practice and experience of funding and grant application processes. You should have excellent IT skills and organisational skills. You will have experience of project management and writing for editorial and promotional purposes. You should have experience of managing budgets and developing strategies and communication plans.
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The funds for this post are available until 31st March 2018.
This is a part-time position and your normal hours of work will be 22.2 (0.6 FTE) per week, working days to be agreed.
Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University Forvie Site, Robinson Way, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge CB2 0SR (approximately 2 miles south of the city centre)
Informal enquiries can be made to Emma Marron, Business & Operations Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Interview Date: week commencing 3rd April 2017
Please quote reference SY11550 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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