The Strategic Partnerships Office (SPO) seeks a Research Analyst to support the office's international work. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a high-performing team working on a range of strategic projects across the University.
Based in the Public International Partnerships team, this is a pivotal role that provides detailed research and analysis on international projects and partnerships. You will be confident gathering and interpreting data from multiple sources, with the ability to communicate your findings effectively to a variety of stakeholders, such as senior academics and professional services colleagues. You will also have excellent writing skills with experience of preparing papers and reports. You will be able to prioritise a varied workload and work collaboratively with colleagues from across the University.
Educated to at least first-degree level, you will preferably have a good knowledge of the HE sector, particularly the research environment.
The Strategic Partnerships Office supports the University of Cambridge's partnerships with businesses and universities around the world. We work with the University's Schools, Faculties and Departments to create, identify and share opportunities for strategic collaboration across all disciplines and countries.
In exchange, we can offer an excellent working environment at the heart of the University where you will be working with colleagues from across the institution. In this role, you can expect to develop your data management and analysis skills and have access to great training opportunities,
The team currently works in a hybrid way with one core office day each week.
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The closing date is Sunday 11 June. Interviews will likely be held in the last week of June.
Please quote reference AK36472 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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