Enterprise & Innovation Services Salary: £46,974 to £54,395 Closing Date: Thursday 23 November 2023 Interview Date: Tuesday 05 December 2023 Reference: 1275-23
Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills and experience to create knowledge exchange platforms and programmes that encourage collaboration across organisations and the university to drive positive change?
This is an exciting new opportunity to join the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) Knowledge Exchange (KE) Team to lead on the design and delivery of KE activity designed to tackle the challenges facing organisations, providing opportunities for systemic change as well as unlocking innovation and growth potential.
You will be based in LUMS but work as part of a cross-institutional team. Your specific role will be to design and deliver initiatives that provide a platform for external partners to engage with research and expertise drawn from across the institution. You will also be pivotal in developing and nurturing relationships with external stakeholders as well as overseeing all delivery of knowledge exchange activity, innovation challenges and more.
You must have an understanding of the external socio-economic landscape and how it affects organisations as well as significant experience in the design and delivery of peer learning and other relevant business engagement programmes.
You will join us on an indefinite contract, however the role remains contingent on project funding which, at this time, is not confirmed beyond 31 March 2025
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups, we can offer a blended working pattern and will consider applications for both full-time and part-time hours, including job-sharing options. Please state your preference in your application cover letter.
If you would like further information and an opportunity to discuss the role, please contact Helen Wilkinson, Knowledge Exchange Development Manager: [email protected]
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