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Part-time Project Administrator
School of Computing and Communications
£26,243 to £32,236
Sunday 28 October 2018
Thursday 15 November 2018
The Partnerships and Business Engagement team is looking for an outstanding administrator with a passion for working with academics, businesses and the knowledge exchange community to deliver a new European funded project. We are seeking someone with drive, ambition and vision to help shape our administrative process to support the companies we work with on the project.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate strong domain expertise and the ability to provide a full administrative service with attention to detail, a high level of accuracy and excellent organisational skills. As the primary role is to administer a government funded project (funded through European Structural Investment Funds – ESIF), you will be able to clearly demonstrate a strong competency in the daily administration of such projects, it’s systems and procedures, engaging with internal and external partners, and the ability to propose and develop new fit-for-purpose processes and approaches for the project. You should also be able to demonstrate experience of financial management on large projects and ensure the adherence to the strict audit requirements of the team’s funded projects.
The role is part of the delivery team for the Greater Manchester Cyber Foundry ERDF project, led by the Manchester Metropolitan University, in collaboration with the University of Salford and the University of Manchester. The GM Cyber Foundry is a world leading project to support business, regardless of industrial sector, to develop business growth strategies with Cyber Security at their heart. Lancaster University will be providing a range of business workshop support activity and technical development. This role will provide the administrative support for Lancaster University’s role in the GM Cyber Foundry, as such you will be working closely with the administrative team at Manchester Metropolitan University.
The role will be based at Lancaster University and be embedded within the School of Computing and Communications Partnerships team.
Some further information about the School and the BPE team activity can be found on the web sites below:
For an informal discussion about the role, please get in touch with Daniel Prince email@example.com
This is a part time 0.5 fte fixed term post until 30 September 2021 and is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups including secondments from existing Lancaster staff.
The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position
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