The Wellcome Trust is a worldwide organization that gives to good causes. Through supporting research, directing policy and advocacy initiatives, and forming strategic alliances, we can enhance the health of the entire population.
Over the next decade, we want to invest £16 billion toward addressing three global health concerns related to mental health, infectious illness, and climate and health.
- Salary is negotiable Closing date is June 29, 2023 Company WELLCOME TRUST Location City of London
- Permanent employment
- Form of Listing
- Charity, advocacy, international health, clinical science, general biology, policy analysis, and higher education and research all have open positions.
- Annual salary of £43,109
- The length of the contract is a set of 12 months.
Currently, we are trying to fill the position of Research Manager, Disease Tracking.
The Infectious Disease Health Challenge Area is home to the Epidemics & Epidemiology team, where you will play a part.
You will be responsible for:
Provide a critical scientific evaluation of applications, take part in decision-making reviews, and provide clear recommendations to upper management in order to aid in the efficient execution of funding decisions.
Contribute to the work of the Research Programs and across Wellcome by ensuring you have a thorough understanding of your field and the broader research and funding landscape, and using this understanding to review and develop activities within the Infectious Disease Health Challenge Area’s Research Program.
Identify and oversee big projects on your own, serving as the primary point of contact and coordinating with external stakeholders and partners to ensure the successful completion of all key initiatives.
Use your skills and knowledge to persuade your internal and external networks to consult specialists on your behalf when you can’t figure something out on your own.
To make it easy for both internal and external audiences to understand the Infectious Diseases Challenge Area’s goals and funding.
Leverage your skills and experience to establish yourself as an industry thought leader outside of Wellcome.
Collaborate across teams to help foster a welcoming environment for employees of all backgrounds.
To do well in this position, you should have:
Experience working in an academic, industrial, funding agency, charity, clinical, or non-government organization setting; this will provide you with a foundational understanding of infectious disease tracking methodologies, tools, and technologies as well as an appreciation of the interdisciplinary research areas that support epidemic preparedness (such as clinical research, social sciences, fundamental research, epidemiology, modeling, research uptake).
familiarity with academic institutions, funding agencies, development partners, and other important scientific and research communities.
Extensive background in infectious disease research, particularly as it relates to disease surveillance and epidemiology.
How to Apply for Research Manager, Disease Tracking job in London?
Possess excellent articulation and communication skills both orally and in writing. Skilled at persuading audiences and writing persuasive papers, articles, and presentations.
Capacity for adaptability, efficiency, and cooperation when working with coworkers who have varying areas of expertise and life experiences.
Please submit your most recent resume and application for consideration.
Dates for interviews are anticipated to occur towards the beginning of July.
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