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Reference: 71250

Date Added: 29 May 2019
Closing Date: 28 June 2019

Job Title: Research Analyst

Working For: University of Cambridge

Location: Central Cambridge

Salary: £28,660-£34,189

Job Details

The University of Cambridge Strategic Partnerships Office wishes to appoint a Research Analyst to support its International Partnership activity. This is an excellent opportunity to join the University of Cambridge in a new dynamic role.

Applications are welcome from highly motivated individuals with strong analytical skills looking to work on international projects and partnership activities for the University of Cambridge. This role holder will assist the Strategic Partnerships Office (SPO) with maintaining the University of Cambridge’s relationships and partnerships across both public and private sectors.

This exciting opportunity will enable the role holder to work closely with colleagues across the University including the Vice-Chancellor’s and Pro-Vice-Chancellors’ Offices, Research Strategy Office and the Development and Alumni Relations office.

The role holder will support colleagues with information, data and analysis to assist strategic decision making and planning. The role will also help prepare written analytical briefings for the Vice Chancellor’s and the Pro-Vice Chancellors’ Offices. Other key responsibilities include preparing and editing web content and newsletters to promote the international partnership activities within the University and to organise meetings and seminars to encourage cross-disciplinary collaborations.

The post-holder will report to the Head of Public International Partnerships, Mr Stephen Davison.

Closing Date: 28 June 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews will be held on the 10th July 2019 in Central Cambridge.

Application Details

If you are interested in finding out more about this job opportunity, or applying for this role, please go to our website at http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/21708/

Website: https://www.strategic-partnerships.admin.cam.ac.uk/

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