Research Culture Manager

Lancaster University
February 20, 2023
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Research Culture Manager

Research Services Salary: £44,737 to £51,805 Closing Date: Monday 20 February 2023 Interview Date: Wednesday 08 March 2023 Reference: 1497-22

We have an exciting opportunity in the Division of Research and Enterprise Services for a proactive individual to undertake the role of Research Culture Manger to provide professional advice and operational support for the development of vibrant and diverse research cultures. You will be responsible for providing comprehensive high-level project management support for a range of activities, including the development and implementation of action plans and the University Research Culture Statement to support a positive research environment. This new post provides a vital point of contact for individuals working on research culture initiatives across the University.

You will have previous experience in project management, coordination or administration within the Higher Education or related sector and be willing and able to collaborate with individuals at all levels across the University. You will have excellent knowledge of policy and trends in higher education generally and an awareness of different approaches to building a strong and positive culture. There is an opportunity to support a range of projects and initiatives across Faculties and the University, and you should have a collegiate style and leadership skills to motivate and influence others. You should be able to work on your own initiative and to be flexible in your approach to adapt to changing priorities and timescales.

For an informal chat about the role please contact Becky Gordon, Head of Research Quality and Policy on [email protected]

As a truly global and inclusive university, it is no surprise that Lancaster University is committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. Students from over one hundred countries make up our diverse campus and over half of our students come from outside the UK. Lancaster is an open and welcoming community that values equality and diversity. Our promotion of global values ensures Lancaster is a welcoming environment for all students and staff.

We are proactive in engagement with our staff to help us understand the lived experiences of our university community and to understand how we are doing in creating a fairer and more inclusive University. Our multi-faith Chaplaincy Centre is a welcoming place for people of all faiths and none. It includes facilities for the Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islam and Jewish faiths and a Muslim Prayer Room.

For any enquires prior to submitting an application please contact Becky Gordon, Head of Research Quality and Policy [email protected]

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