Job offer in london Knowledge Exchange and Impact Manager at Imperial College London

Campus: White City and South Kensington and various London incubator locations on occasion

Job summary

Are you a Knowledge Exchange professional with an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship? Are you skilled at connecting the dots and translating research and impact into real world terms? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you.

Imperial College London’s Enterprise Division is looking to appoint a Knowledge Exchange & Impact Manager who will be responsible for all aspects of knowledge management and exchange, forming key relationships with partner institutions for the MedTech SuperConnector (MTSC) medical technology accelerator programme.

The MTSC is a flagship Connecting Capabilities Fund (CCF) initiative that aims to accelerate the translation of MedTech innovation developed by early career researchers, drawn from eight higher education institutions situated in London, and capture the Knowledge Exchange (KE) generated from the programme of learning.

Duties and responsibilities

Together with the MTSC Programme Manager and stakeholders, your key duties will be to:

 1.Oversee the effective capture and communication of all knowledge and learning through:

  • creating and managing key content: formal/informal reports, events, media relations, digital activity, tools and resources.
  • producing high-quality case studies highlighting best practices within the programme.

2.Further facilitate knowledge transfer by pairing mentors and mentees, managing a secondment/rotation programme, running KE events and seminars.

You will be creative and innovative in your approach to ensuring all learnings, KE and impact are captured throughout the programme. Plan a schedule of dissemination activity through events, social media and other offline/online media outlets. Knowledge and information from the MTSC programme will be made available and accessible to the public, to help communicate best practice to the wider community.

Essential requirements

To excel in this role, you will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to demonstrate leadership and influence in a fast-paced, multi-stakeholder environment, together with strong project and team management skills. Experience of working on a high-quality education and professional development programme in a world class higher education environment is desirable.

Further information

Closing date: Sunday 28th October (midnight BST)

Please apply with an application form via the online system. CVs without a completed application form will not be considered.

Type of contract: full time, fixed-term (2.5 years)

For further information, contact Ivona Ryan, Executive Coordinator at

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