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Research Grants Assistant

Applications for this vacancy closed on 10 June 2016 at 12:00PM
The Research Grants Assistant will play a key role in the Experimental
Psychology administration team providing support for post research award
administration, working closely with the Research Grants Manager and
Departmental Administrator.



Experimental Psychology is a growing department and is rapidly evolving so you
will need to be confident and dynamic to keep pace. As the ideal candidate you
will have an aptitude for working with figures, be computer literate, and able
to deliver work to a consistently high standard within tight deadlines. You
will be a team player but also practiced at working independently and possess
strong interpersonal skills.



Previous knowledge of research grants and contracts, preferably within the
education sector and previous experience of Oracle Financials would be
advantageous. Further training will be provided.



This is a full-time permanent position; part-time will be considered.



Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You are required to
upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.



Only applications received before12.00 midday on 10 June 2016 will be
considered. It is anticipated that interviews will be held on either Thursday
23 or Friday 24 June 2016.

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Department of Experimental Psychology, Tinbergen Building, South Parks Road, Oxford
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The Research Grants Assistant will play a key role in the Experimental Psychology administration team providing support for post research award administration, working closely with the Research Grants Manager and Departmental Administrator.


Experimental Psychology is a growing department and is rapidly evolving so you will need to be confident and dynamic to keep pace. As the ideal candidate you will have an aptitude for working with figures, be computer literate, and able to deliver work to a consistently high standard within tight deadlines. You will be a team player but also practiced at working independently and possess strong interpersonal skills. ...

The Research Grants Assistant will play a key role in the Experimental
Psychology administration team providing support for post research award
administration, working closely with the Research Grants Manager and
Departmental Administrator.



Experimental Psychology is a growing department and is rapidly evolving so you
will need to be confident and dynamic to keep pace. As the ideal candidate you
will have an aptitude for working with figures, be computer literate, and able
to deliver work to a consistently high standard within tight deadlines. You
will be a team player but also practiced at working independently and possess
strong interpersonal skills. ...
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