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CDT Administrator Health Data Science

Posted: 24th May 2019

Big Data Institute, Old Road Campus, Oxford
CDT Administrator Health Data Science
Fixed-term until 30th September 2027
Grade 8: Salary £40,792 – £48,677 p.a.


The Department of Computer Science has a brand new vacancy for an Administrator at its Centre for Doctoral Training in Health Data Science.  Supporting the Centre Director and co-Directors, who are the academic leads, you will be responsible for the smooth running of the CDT, including dealing with all complex issues or problems that may arise as well as undertaking any additional management tasks as requested by the Centre Director. Other responsibilities will include responding to any queries raised by Central University Office, the MPLS Divisional Offices, Research Services and the Departments of Computer Science and the Big Data Institute.

You will have full responsibility for the day to day management of the CDT, and running of the CDT programme, and will play a key role in managing the programme’s varied research and public engagement activities, which will involve close and regular liaison with the core research teams across the programme, develop and maintain key external partnerships alongside the CDT Director, co-directors and steering committee.

You will be educated to degree level, or have equivalent experience, possess expertise in administration within a higher education institution or complex organisation, ideally in graduate education, have financial experience including experience of monitoring and presenting budgets as well as the ability to understand, interpret and present complex data in a range of forms, and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  A professional qualification in management, and/or experience of initiating and maintaining links with external industry/business are highly desirable.

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The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 14 June 2019. Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing 24 June 2019.

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