Programme Co-ordinator – University Consortium

Programme Co-ordinator – University Consortium

Full time Two year contract
£24,057 - £28,695
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
College Staff
Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre

An exciting new opportunity has arisen in the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre at St Antony’s College.  The ‘University Consortium’ brings together six universities in the United States, Europe and Russia to pool their strengths and jointly train a new generation of students, future faculty and potential policy-makers across all three regions.  

The Programme Co-ordinator will be responsible for the administration and delivery of the research activities of the University Consortium. You will work with the Principal Investigator to ensure that the University Consortium fulfils its goals, objectives and activities, adheres to its budget, and generates a successful programme that fosters high-level academic exchange and engagement between Russia and the West. You will have the opportunity to contribute directly to the substantive work of the University Consortium itself.

You will be pro-active with experience of data analysis and social research tools and a Master’s degree or higher in a relevant social sciences discipline. You will be highly organised and able to work at pace, juggling conflicting priorities and complex activities within a short time frame on a daily basis.  You can demonstrate the confidence and communication skills to work with a variety of stakeholders with tact and flexibility.  In addition, you will have excellent administrative and IT skills and the ability to use social media and web tools to facilitate reporting and publicity as required.  Russian language ability is desirable.

In return, we offer excellent benefits including 41 days holiday, free lunches, training, childcare vouchers, pension etc.

To apply, please find the below links for further information and an application form.

Closing date is 5.00pm on 21st October 2015

Interviews will be held on 3rd November 2015

Date posted: 
Thursday, 1 October 2015