The Research Integrity Manager will sit within the Research Operations Risk and Compliance function and will lead the continuing development and implementation of the university’s Research Integrity and Ethics Framework. This will involve working with all areas of the University to ensure its successful implementation and delivery.
The role holder will be the University’s lead for all research integrity matters, research misconduct cases and will manage research integrity and ethics related policies. A key aspect of the role will be to embed a culture of research integrity and good research practice within the University.
The role holder will provide expert advice and guidance to the University community, they will keep updated on changes to external regulatory requirements and implement changes as necessary. They will ensure that the University is compliant with external standards and codes of practice, including the Concordat to Support Research Integrity.
The role holder will provide support and guidance to research ethics committees and will contribute to the development of training and guidance material, continuous improvement to processes and procedures, to ensure the team provides an effective and supportive assurance framework across our research portfolio.
This post requires an individual capable of working on their own initiative, and as part of a broader team, often to tight deadlines. The Research Integrity Manager needs to be sensitive to cultural and political issues associated with the context of work undertaken. This is a challenging and rewarding role, and the successful candidate will work with a broad range of colleagues from across the University, gaining a unique insight into the University’s research portfolio.
R&I provides comprehensive support throughout the research and innovation lifecycle, from first ideas through to commercialization and industry partnerships. The teams provide invaluable expert advice, RKE management infrastructure and support to delivery of the University’s research and knowledge exchange strategies. A restructuring of R&I, supported with significant investment by the university, has created this role and a number of new opportunities for you to join us in providing an expert framework to deliver increased research performance across the University.
We aspire to bring together enthusiastic, dedicated people, who are motivated to drive a step change in research and knowledge exchange (KE) performance. This is an exciting time to join the Research & Innovation Division as we move to a new structure which will be agile; sustainable; facilitate business partnering with Faculties and other Professional Services; and improve the delivery of R&I’s core functions.
This is a permanent, full-time post of 36.25 hours per week. Job share arrangements may be considered.
Informal inquiries may be addressed to Ali.Alshukry@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.