DTA3 COFUND Programme Manager


7th May 2018

We are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced programme manager with a background in higher education to project manage and administer the MSCA COFUND supported doctoral programme – DTA3. If you are highly organised and flexible with sound project and stakeholder management skills then this could be the role for you.

Our established Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) programmes have been successful in securing funding through the MSCA COFUND scheme to provide an enhanced coordinated training provision across all three programmes and enable us to extend our recruitment wider across our international networks and communities.

The role will be responsible for managing all operational aspects of the DTA3 programme, including advertising and recruitment of researchers; supporting and undertaking programme development; communications; training design; monitoring, evaluation and reporting processes; budget management; and contractual management across partners. The successful candidate will support the Head of Programmes and DTA Manager in the successful delivery of the programme.

Based in our St James’ office, you will need to embrace and thrive in a challenging and busy environment, and apply your entrepreneurial spirit to the work you deliver. This opportunity will enable the right candidate to enhance their project and stakeholder management career through management of a nation wide European funded doctoral training programme. If you have relevant experience and an appetite for success with a friendly and close-knit team then please apply.

Terms and conditions of employment: full-time for a fixed-term basis for 5 years

Application deadline: 11.59pm, Monday 7th May 2018

Interview date: Wednesday 16th May 2018

Application process: Please return completed application forms to: info@unialliance.ac.uk  by the deadline date provided.

Postal Address:

University Alliance

10-11 Carlton House Terrace




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