We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the School of Clinical Medicine team as a Research Support Advisor. The University's research projects generate annual income of over £400m per annum. This team is responsible for providing expert advice and guidance, and administering external research funding, for academics and Departments within the School.
The role provides an excellent opportunity to develop a career in the area of research administration. Your key responsibilities will be:
Providing procedural and financial advice and guidance to academic and departmental staff on a range of administration matters.
Assisting academics and departments creating applications for external research funding with the administrative aspects of the process ensuring costings are financially sound, and that the regulations of both the University and the sponsor are adhered to.
Setting up and monitoring research grant budgets against expenditure.
You will be able to demonstrate excellent numeracy, communications and organisational skills and a positive, customer ¿oriented approach. The team works in a busy office environment, so you must be able to prioritise and work to tight deadlines. Proficiency in using Windows based packages is essential, and knowledge of Oracle Financials would be advantageous.
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Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this vacancy or the application process.
Closing date 31st July and interviews will be held w/c 7th August
Please quote reference EW12620 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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