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  • 22 Jan 2021 12:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Freelance Science Presenters

    Accountable to: Schools Programme Manager

    Location: Nationwide (delivering shows in schools around the UK)

    Contract type: Freelance

    Salary:  £190 per day of delivery, £100 per day of training

    About the role

    Calling all Science presenters! Here at the Royal Institution (Ri), we are growing our team of school presenters and are looking for freelancers to join our team. The Ri team of professional presenters have an infectious enthusiasm and love for science that inspires audiences, entertaining and educating in equal measure. 

    We are looking for presenters who can deliver engaging science shows to children in primary and secondary schools across the UK, and who are confident in sharing their knowledge with teachers and school staff.  

    If successful, you will be delivering our successful science shows and professional development training sessions in schools across the country. We will provide you with the scripts, the props, the training, and the bookings… all you need to focus on is delivering amazing shows that engage and enthral our audiences with the wonders of science. We are particularly looking for presenters who can work in the Midlands and Northern regions of the UK.  

     A typical day as a Royal Institution Science in Schools presenter would involve driving to the school, setting up and delivering two one-hour long student shows, an hour long CPD training session for school staff, and then ending your day with a 45 minute after school show for families.  

    The amount of work is varied, so flexibility is key. We estimate that successful applicants will be booked in for 8 school visits per month, with more bookings in the months of March and September. The rate of pay is £190 per day (plus travel) for presenting and £100 per day while completing your training.  

    Please note that this role includes the use of pyrotechnics and other potentially hazardous materials. Full training will be given, and the successful candidates will be required to adhere to all Ri risk assessments and health and safety guidelines.  

     We are looking for candidates who: 

    • Have experience in presenting to children and adults 
    • Are skilled communicators  
    • Have the knowledge and confidence to deliver science shows 
    • Can act as an ambassador for the Royal Institution  
    • Have experience of handling chemicals and/or pyrotechnics, or are willing to learn  
    • Can manage their own admin and record keeping, and work with us to ensure we maximise the number of schools who can access our shows 
    • Are committed to exciting shows that keep everyone’s Health and Safety front and centre 

     You will also need:

    • A full driving licence and access to a vehicle 
    • To be available on these dates 
      • 9 or 10 February for remote interview 
      • 22 to 26 Feb and 1 to 3 March (inclusive) for training (£100 per day) 

    All offers of work are subject to applicants completing relevant safeguarding training, providing references and enhanced DBS checks that are satisfactory to the Ri. 



  • 20 Jan 2021 5:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Community Engagement Coordinator FINAL JD.docx

    Applicant Information.docx

    Community Engagement Co-ordinator

    Job description

    We are looking for a Community Engagement Co-ordinator to manage the day-to-day coordination of community engagement activities at National Museums NI’s sites, the team of Community Participation Officers and delegated programme budgets

    https://ce0568li.webitrent.com/ce0568li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d36514926TT%1BUSESSION=929B42625B4411EB8FF2AA58BEBB9AE4&WVID=8613021hvt&LANG=USA

  • 20 Jan 2021 5:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Education Officer JD.docxApplicant Information.docx

    Education Officer - Natural Sciences

    Job description

    The Education Officer will have responsibility for developing and delivering inspiring and imaginative museum experiences, with supporting resource material, which support schools and parents to improve learning outcomes for children and ensure that they receive the best start in life, thereby helping to achieve their full potential.  The Education Officer will be responsible for the on-site delivery and co-ordination of the education programme, leading a team of facilitators and working closely with the visitor services team.

     

    Working alongside colleagues in curatorial and audience development to interpret and animate collections, the post holder will be responsible for ensuring that our museums play a vital role at the heart of society, making a difference to the lives of many individuals as well as positively contributing to the development of a vibrant society.  With our collections at the heart of everything we do, we offer experiences that deliver positive health and well-being outcomes and enhance classroom, curriculum based learning.


    https://ce0568li.webitrent.com/ce0568li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d20285026VE%1BUSESSION=3605BA005B4411EB8FF2AA58BEBB9AE4&WVID=8613021hvt&LANG=USA


  • 15 Jan 2021 5:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Lead Maker

    Full Time

    £23k - £25k per annum (dependent on experience)

    International Centre for Life, Newcastle Upon Tyne

     

    https://jobs.life.org.uk/jobs/lead-maker

     

    Life has an exciting vacancy for a creative and highly-motivated individual to lead development in Life’s Making Studios. As someone with a passion for learning, making and tinkering you will lead Life’s Making Studios, developing and facilitating imaginative and innovative making activities for science centre visitors and school groups. Through the programme we will engage and inspire our visitors to create, developing their skills and opportunities.

     

    The ideal candidate will be confident, approachable and reliable, with excellent communication and organisational skills. You will have relevant experience in a hands-on making, education or science engagement and preferably have a degree in a STEM/creative subject (or equivalent qualification). You will have proven experience of bringing the philosophy of making and tinkering to a wider audience and be skilled in crafting prototypes from different materials both physically and digitally. You will be adaptable and able to communicate to a range of audiences in person and online.

     

    Duties will also include supervising the day-to-day running, cleanliness and good order of the Making Studios, including materials and equipment.

     

    Applicants must be able to work flexible hours as the science centre is open 7 days a week and it is essential the Making Studios are managed during peak times, weekends and occasional evening events. In the context of the current pandemic, initial work may be remote until the centre is fully operational.

    View full job description and person specification here >

     

    To apply for this vacancy, please complete the online application form by Friday, 5th February 2021.

     

    The successful applicant will be subject to a DBS check. Details of our DBS policy are available on request.  For further information regarding this post, please refer to the job description and person specification on our website.  The International Centre for Life is an equal opportunities employer and is accredited with the Equality Standard Gold Award. Life has achieved bronze accreditation under the North East Better Health at Work Scheme.

     


  • 14 Jan 2021 12:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Chief of Staff

    Closing February 26th 

    Apply here: https://www.counterfactual.co/join-us 

     

    As the Chief of Staff, you own a top-level view of how we're shaping the future of alternative protein. With our absurdly ambitious mission and so many moving parts in the process, Logan (the CEO of Counterfactual Ventures) needs a safe pair of hands to implement strategic vision for the entire organization's ecosystem.

    Must-haves

    ...or feel free to convince us otherwise. Everything depends on working with the right people, so we're happy to be persuaded that you would be a great fit with our team!

    • Prior relevant experience
    • Willingness to accommodate scheduling needs of the CEO
    • Proficient communication ability across multiple platforms and mediums – ability to produce polished and professional writing for yourself and on behalf of the CEO. Also includes clear communication internally and with important external stakeholders
    • Thrives in uncertainty – ability to make best guesses and take action despite not having all of the details
    • Self-management – ability to figure out most effective action autonomously and prioritize for yourself and the CEO

    More info

    • Location – Post COVID, CEO will likely split time between London/EU and SF, as required and depending on how the new world shapes itself. An openness to relocate post COVID is strongly preferred: to London, San Francisco, or a highly desirable EU city (Lisbon, Berlin and Amsterdam are on the list of candidate cities). In the meantime, fully remote arrangements on UK/EU timezones are the default.
    • Remote work timezone – After attempts to work with teams distributed from West Coast US to Mumbai, we've decided to shift our core operating timezone to align with London (this may change as we select an HQ city post COVID). If currently located far east or west, we can temporarily accommodate partial work-hour overlap (ex. 5am PST start = 1pm GMT), though this wouldn't be a permanent arrangement.
    • Travel – No travel necessary through COVID. Post-COVID may create opportunities/requirements for significant travel (mostly between London, SF, NY and EU, with Tel Aviv and Singapore likely). However, proportions of travel time, office time and remote time are all negotiable.
    • Salary – Highly competitive combination of salary and equity incentives with significant room for growth.
    • Work Trial – The position will begin with a two-week work trial. After which, all of us will discuss how we'd like to move forward.


  • 14 Jan 2021 12:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Science and Technology Associate    

    Closing February 26th 

    Apply here: https://www.counterfactual.co/join-us 

     

    Our Science and Technology Associates support the Research, Design and Build Team in high impact venture creation. The Science and Technology Associate works closely with the Head of Science and Technology, as part of the Research Design & Build (RDB) team. The RDB team includes both technical and commercial experts who work together to explore major challenges, gaps and opportunities in the ‘alternative protein’ and ‘alternative material’ industries. Entrepreneurs in each cohort are eventually matched with candidate company ideas vetted by the RDB team.

    The associate works closely with the other RDB team members to: implement a systematic process to identify the most important and promising challenges to address, ideate and critically assess solutions to these challenges, and assist in the development of technical roadmaps for the top candidates for company ideas. The research consists of a combination of desktop research and external outreach.

    Must-haves
    ...or feel free to convince us otherwise. Everything depends on working with the right people, so we're happy to be persuaded that you would be a great fit with our team!

    • MSc, PhD or equivalent (in progress or completed) in a relevant technical discipline:
      – Biology: Biochemistry, systems biology, genetics, cell biology, neuroscience, stem cells, microbiology, plant biology
      – Food Science: Related to chemistry, processing, and/or mechanics
      – Engineering: Bioengineering, biotechnology, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, genetic engineering, protein engineering, industrial engineering (relevant to fermentation or bioprocessing), process engineering
    • Hands-on experience working within a lab (academic, government or commercial)
    • Active interest in systematically exploring all the ways in which technology can replace factory farming. This includes the ability to assess technical promise of commercial viability primarily within deep tech IP and B2B solutions, while also assisting the commercial side of the RDB team in thinking through the commercial viability of opportunities in geographic, behavioral and market segment dimensions.
    • Prior experience working within teams, and strong interest in working in a team environment
    • Ability to be highly organized and self-managed
    • Experience with or interest in the commercial side of company building
    • Entrepreneurial mindset that is excited to be in a startup environment
    • Ability to engage in ‘blue sky thinking’ and thrives on putting in the work 

    Nice to haves:

    • Some experience with one or more of the following food and/or material technologies: plant-based, cultivated, fermentation, or blended
    • Having a wide-ranging network that can assist in the exploration and research of adjacent technical areas
    • Experience in commercial R&D
    • Experience working with IP, and researching and assessing patents

    More Info:

    • Location – Post COVID, the team will likely be based in London/Europe, depending on how the new world shapes itself. An openness to relocate post COVID is strongly preferred: to London, or a highly desirable EU city (Lisbon, Berlin and Amsterdam are on the list of candidate cities). In the meantime, fully remote arrangements on UK/EU timezones are the default.
    • Remote work timezone – After attempts to work with teams distributed from West Coast US to Mumbai, we've decided to shift our core operating timezone to align with London (this may change as we select an HQ city post COVID). If currently located far east or west, we can temporarily accommodate partial work-hour overlap (ex. 5am PST start = 1pm GMT), though this wouldn't be a permanent arrangement.
    • Salary – Highly competitive combination of salary and equity incentives with significant room for growth.
  • 14 Jan 2021 12:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Head of Venture Creation     

    Closing February 26th 

    Apply here: https://www.counterfactual.co/join-us 

    The Head of Venture Creation is jointly responsible for leading the Research Design & Build (RDB) team together with the Head of Science & Technology. The RDB team explores major challenges, gaps and opportunities in the alternative protein and alternative material industries. Entrepreneurs in each cohort are eventually matched with candidate company ideas that have been vetted by the RDB team.

    The co-leads will work closely together to define, optimize and implement a systematic process to identify the most important and promising challenges to address, ideate and critically assess solutions to these challenges, and develop commercial roadmaps for the top candidates for company ideas. The Head of Venture Creation will work alongside Counterfactual’s incubator team to help build the foundations of these companies, continuously refining processes with the scientific and technical teams in order to create and support high-impact and profitable businesses.

    Must-haves
    …or feel free to convince us otherwise. Everything depends on working with the right people, so we’re happy to be persuaded that you would be a great fit with our team!

    · Extensive experience & understanding of the fast-evolving alternative protein and materials space

    · Active interest in systematically exploring all the ways in which technology can replace factory farming. This includes the ability to assess the commercial promise of companies within deep tech IP and B2B solutions, while also partnering with the Science and Technology Lead in thinking through the comprehensive commercial viability of technical opportunities.

    · Comfortable developing and implementing systems to analyze, score, and prioritize sets of complex concepts and ideas

    · Past examples of business case studies of not so mature industry verticals, analyzing all facets from opportunity size, state of the industry, competitive landscape, roadblocks, macro-economic factors, target audiences, industry gaps/business opportunities, on-going R&D, etc.

    · Prior experience and a strong interest in leading, coordinating, and working within a team operating within an evolving and scrappy environment. Past experience could include either a startup or a small autonomous team within a larger organization or similar.

    · Examples of self-motivated initiatives where you saw a problem, ideated, initiated, and built things from scratch, including products and platforms.

    · Ability to be highly organized and self-managed, leading with a high degree of autonomy

    · Strong communication skills for 2 key aspects amongst others :
    – Ability to correctly represent Counterfactual’s values, interact with leading industry stakeholders, find ways to understand how to solve for them through Counterfactual & engage them in order to extract valuable insights.
    – To be able to assimilate & share large amounts of complex information around a number of business cases, with high fidelity, in conversation with deep technical experts.

    · Excels at ‘blue sky thinking’ and thrives on putting in the work

    Nice to haves:

    · Experience in commercial R&D

    · Experience working with IP, and researching and assessing patents

    · Having a wide-ranging network that can assist in the exploration and research of adjacent technical areas

    More Info:

    · Location – Post COVID, the team will likely be based in London/Europe, depending on how the new world shapes itself. An openness to relocate post COVID is strongly preferred: to London, or a highly desirable EU city (Lisbon, Berlin and Amsterdam are on the list of candidate cities). In the meantime, fully remote arrangements on UK/EU timezones are the default.

    · Remote work timezone – After attempts to work with teams distributed from West Coast US to Mumbai, we’ve decided to shift our core operating timezone to align with London (this may change as we select an HQ city post COVID). If currently located far east or west, we can temporarily accommodate partial work-hour overlap (ex. 5am PST start = 1pm GMT), though this wouldn’t be a permanent arrangement.

    · Salary – Highly competitive combination of salary and equity incentives with significant room for growth.

  • 14 Jan 2021 12:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Head of Science of Technology

    Closing February 26th 

    Apply here: https://www.counterfactual.co/join-us 

    Our Head of Science & Technology leads research that will inspire the launch of our ventures. The Head of Science and Technology co-leads the Research Design & Build (RDB) team together with the Head of Venture Creation. The RDB team explores major challenges, gaps and opportunities in the alternative protein and alternative material industries. Entrepreneurs in each cohort are eventually matched with candidate company ideas that have been vetted by the RDB team.

    The co-leads will work closely together to define, optimize and implement a systematic process to identify the most important and promising challenges to address, ideate and critically assess solutions to these challenges, and develop technical roadmaps for the top candidates for company ideas. The research consists of a combination of desktop research and external outreach.

    Must-haves

    ...or feel free to convince us otherwise. Everything depends on working with the right people, so we're happy to be persuaded that you would be a great fit with our team!

    ·      PhD or equivalent in a relevant technical discipline:

    –      Biology: Biochemistry, systems biology, genetics, cell biology, neuroscience, stem cells, microbiology, or plant biology

    –      Food Science: Related to chemistry, processing, and/or mechanics

    –      Engineering:  Bioengineering, biotechnology, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, genetic engineering, protein engineering, industrial engineering (relevant to fermentation or bioprocessing), process engineering

    ·      Deep expertise in one or more of the following food and/or material technologies: plant-based, cultivated, fermentation, and blended

    ·      Active interest in systematically exploring all the ways in which technology can replace factory farming. This includes the ability to assess technical promise of commercial viability within deep tech IP and B2B solutions, while also assisting the Head of Venture Creation in thinking through the commercial viability of opportunities in geographic, behavioral and market segment dimensions.

    ·      Prior experience leading, coordinating and working within a team. Strong interest in working within a team

    ·      Ability to be highly organized and self-managed, leading with a high degree of autonomy

    ·      Experience with or interest in the commercial side of company building

    ·      Previous entrepreneurial experience and excitement to be in a startup environment

    ·      Excels at ‘blue sky thinking’ and thrives on putting in the work

    Nice to haves:

    ·      Experience in commercial R&D

    ·      Experience working with IP, and researching and assessing patents

    ·      Having a wide-ranging network that can assist in the exploration and research of adjacent technical areas

    ·      Extensive experience in the alternative protein space 

    More Info

    • Location – Post COVID, the team will likely be based in London/Europe, depending on how the new world shapes itself. An openness to relocate post COVID is strongly preferred: to London, or a highly desirable EU city (Lisbon, Berlin and Amsterdam are on the list of candidate cities). In the meantime, fully remote arrangements on UK/EU timezones are the default.
    • Remote work timezone – After attempts to work with teams distributed from West Coast US to Mumbai, we've decided to shift our core operating timezone to align with London (this may change as we select an HQ city post COVID). If currently located far east or west, we can temporarily accommodate partial work-hour overlap (ex. 5am PST start = 1pm GMT), though this wouldn't be a permanent arrangement.
    • Salary – Highly competitive combination of salary and equity incentives with significant room for growth.

     


  • 14 Jan 2021 12:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    ROE Public Engagement Manager

    STFC

    UK Astronomy Centre, Edinburgh


    £38,969 - £43,300 per annum

    Full Time

    Open Ended


    About us

    The Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC)is a partner organisation within UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). UKRI is a new entitythat brings together nine partnersto create an independent organisation with a strong voice for research and innovation, and a vision to ensure the UK maintains its world-leading position in research and innovation.  


    About the role

    The UK Astronomy Technology Centre is an international leader in the development of astronomy technology and astronomical research and is based on STFC’s the Royal Observatory Edinburgh (ROE) site. We have leading roles in building the world's largest astronomical observatories, including the James Webb Space Telescope (Webb) and the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT). We are strongly committed to engaging both the public and schools with our exciting work.


    The Royal Observatory Edinburgh Visitor Centre (VC) is the local part of the STFC National Laboratories Public Engagement team. The ROE site also hosts the Institute for Astronomy of the University of Edinburgh. The main focus of the Visitor Centre activities is the excellent astronomical research and astronomy instrumentation programmes that are carried out at the ROE. The VC delivers a highly regarded vibrant programme of public and schools’ activities including Continuing Professional Development for teachers. The programme is delivered with the support of the UKATC and University of Edinburgh students and staff.


    We are seeking an ambitious Public Engagement Manager to lead our small PE team. The programme is primarily local with some national activity, and a strong focus on improving engagement with the most deprived communities and involving our engineers and scientists more closely with the programme. Previously, the programme comprised mainly face to face activities at the ROE Visitor Centre and off-site. Under COVID, we have successfully moved to an online programme. 


    Key duties include:

    • People management - Manage the ROE PE team which typically includes 4-6 people in a variety of roles, including direct line management of several staff

    • External relationships - Develop and manage external relationships with key stakeholders such as SSERC, Institute of Physics Scotland and the National Museums of Scotland, delegating to team members as appropriate

    • Internal relationship - Develop and manage relationships at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh site, building working relationships with the staff of the UK ATC and If and A and knowledge of their work

    • Ensure the PE programme is based around the highlights of the observatory science and technology. Develop and support an overall approach to involving ROE staff and students in the PE programme

    • Budget Management

    • Fulfil all SHE responsibilities as Line Manager and Programme Manager including Visitor Centre day-day operations.


    Please visit our website for the full description, including more information on the centre, role and requirements.


    About you

    It is essential that you can demonstrate experience of programming, development, delivery and evaluation of STEM public engagement with schools and public with knowledge of public engagement methodologies and issues, including science capital. Additionally, you must also have experience of managing small projects and budgets. You will be a self-starter with the ability to lead and work with others.


    What we offer

    As part of UK Research and Innovation, STFC offers a benefits package that includes 30 days annual leave, 10.5 public and privilege days, Christmas shut down, an excellent defined-benefit pension scheme, and flexible working options that support a good work-life balance. Within this post there will be opportunities for professional development courses, both through STFC and support of other training that will help your career development


    How to Apply

    Applicants are required to include a cover letter outlining their suitability for this role. 


    Applications are handled by UK Shared Business Services, to apply please click https://careersportal.co.uk/UKRI-careers/jobs/roe-public-engagement-manager-207. Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us by telephone on +44 (0)1793 867000.

    The closing date for applications is 8th February 2021.




  • 05 Jan 2021 1:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)

    Impact Evidence Manager

    £31,305

    Full Time

    Interview date: 29th January 2021

     

    Every year, BBSRC (part of UK Research and Innovation, UKRI) invests over £450 million in world-class bioscience research, innovation and training. Impact can arise from everything BBSRC invests in, from research addressing strategic challenges, curiosity-driven frontier bioscience, and the development of transformative technologies pushing the boundaries of scientific discovery. These impact stories provide assurance to key stakeholders, refine our policy and practice and inform future strategy.


    Purpose of the role:

    You will form part of the Strategic Planning, Evidence & Engagement domain (SPEE) and report into the Senior Manager, Impact Evidence. The role forms a key part of developing a robust evidence base to showcase the impacts arising from BBSRC research and innovation investments. The impact stories you identify, research and write will complement other forms of evidence generated by the wider team; including portfolio analysis, evaluation, benefits realisation and economic analysis. Your narratives will bring examples of the BBSRC’s research and innovation activities to life for a range of audiences (government, industry, public, academic) through diverse and engaging case studies and other content.  

    Visit our website to find out more about recent bioscience impacts.


    Main job activities: 

    • Identify and collate ideas for suitable topics within impact evidence, drawing on BBSRC datasets and through connecting with subject matter experts within BBSRC
    • Lead on producing specific impact case studies aligned to the themes set out in the BBSRC strategic vision; including background research, interviewing researchers and publication of the content
    • Develop other forms of impact evidence as required. These could include timelines, impact summaries or slides, as well as in-depth analyses of internal and/or external data etc
    • Build relationships with internal BBSRC users of impact evidence to understand their needs and contribute to improving the processes of the team
    • Manage the internal communication of all impact case studies produced by the impact evidence team. Build and maintain a strong working relationship with the BBSRC and UKRI teams responsible for external communication, to identify impact case studies aligned to the BBSRC Comms plan and strategic messaging
    • Support colleagues to create or improve their own case studies
    • Contribute to group and office wide activities, for example, attending BBSRC, Cross-Council and external meetings and deputising for colleagues within the team.

    Shortlisting criteria (S) interview Criteria (I) or both (S&I)

    Essential:

    • Degree in a biological or related subject, and/or previous relevant experience (S)
    • Strong research skills, able to understand complex ideas and data, identifying, connecting and synthesising relevant information and summarising effectively (S&I)
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to present complex scientific information confidently and concisely under tight deadlines (S)
    • An understanding of how to communicate impact in a research context across a range of different channels to multiple non-specialist audiences (e.g. researchers, funders, policy makers and the public) (I)
    • Effective interpersonal skills (liaison, networking, negotiation), with experience of quickly building effective working relationships with people at all levels, both within the organisation and externally (S&I)
    • A team player, with good organisational skills, able to plan and prioritise own work while contributing to wider team activities and priorities as required (S)
    • Resilient, flexible, proactive, creative - able to work on your own initiative to find effective solutions to problems as they arise (S&I)
    • Understanding the aims and objectives of BBSRC (I) 
    • Willingness to travel in UK and abroad, including occasional overnight (or longer) absences (I).

    Desirable:

    • Master’s degree in a biological or related subject, and/or previous relevant professional experience (S)
    • Formal training in Science Communication (S).

    About BBSRC

     

    The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) invests in world-class bioscience research and training on behalf of the UK public. We are the UK's largest public funder of research of the non-medical biosciences, and our aim is to further scientific knowledge, to promote economic growth, wealth and job creation and to improve quality of life in the UK and beyond.


    Funded by Government, we support research and training in universities and strategically funded institutes. The research and the people that we fund are helping society to meet major challenges, including food security, green energy and healthier, longer lives. Our investments underpin important UK economic sectors, such as farming, food, industrial biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.


    For more information about BBSRC, our science and our impact, see: https://bbsrc.ukri.org/


    For more information about BBSRC strategically funded institutes, see https://bbsrc.ukri.org/research/institutes/strategically-funded-institutes/

    How to Apply
    Online applications only for this role.
    Please submit your CV and a covering letter which clearly outlines how you fulfil the criteria specified along with your motivation for BBSRC and the role you’re applying for. Ensure that the job reference number is included in the filename description of each document uploaded. Note that failure to address the above criteria or submit your application without a covering letter may result in your application not being considered.

    About UKRI

    Launched in April 2018, UKRI is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). UK Research and Innovation brings together the seven disciplinary research councils, Research England, which is responsible for supporting research and knowledge exchange at higher education institutions in England, and the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK. More information can be found at https://www.ukri.org/

    Additional Information

    • Organisation: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)
    • Contract Type: Open Ended
    • External Closing Date: Jan 17, 2021
    • Minimum Salary: Pound Sterling (GBP) 31,305
    • Hours: Full-time

    https://careersportal.co.uk/UKRI-careers/jobs/impact-evidence-manager-182?et=it89v8X

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