Job offer in london Research Group Coordinator at Imperial College London
Location: Hammersmith and Royal Brompton
You will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and administration for Prof Stuart Cook’s Imperial Research Group, based primarily at the National Heart and Lung Institute but also at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences (MRC-LMS), the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital and the Hammersmith Hospital.
Duties and responsibilities
You will manage the financial and administrative aspects of Prof Cook’s research portfolio including income, expenditure monitoring, resource allocation and costing of grant applications. A key aspect of the post will be to contribute to strategic planning and implementation with respect to financial and personnel resources across organisations. Your role will be integral to the functioning of the group and requires you to handle a varied workload with changing priorities, advising on policy and procedure and acting as first point of contact internally and externally.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- A degree or relevant vocational qualification, or equivalent experience
- Experience of administrating a postgraduate research group or department
- Financial management experience
- Experience of Human Resources management
- Experience of organising research events and meetings, drafting agendas and taking minutes
- Experience of costing grant applications
The post is open ended at 0.6 FTE rising to 1.0 FTE on 1st September 2020
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To apply, visit www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs and search by the job reference MED01103