Communications and Research in Medecine Uptake (Programme Officer)

The post holder will provide communications and research uptake support to the DFID funded research project, COUNTDOWN, within the Department of Parasitology. REF 118

The post holder will provide communications and research uptake support to the DFID funded research project,COUNTDOWN, within the Department of Parasitology. COUNTDOWN brings together researchers from the UK, USA, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and to work on Neglected Tropical Disease, health systems, implementation research (IR) and research uptake.

You will be involved in the overseeing of the research communication strategy and related programme management activities in COUNTDOWN and support the development of communication skills within all participating organisations, through training and other capacity building activities.   

You will help the COUNTDOWN project to attain its objectives by: contributing to and supervising the communications and research uptake work; finding opportunities to promote COUNTDOWN research; facilitating and contributing to the use of research evidence by policy-makers, practitioners and other stakeholders; and representing the project with external stakeholders. 

The successful candidate will be educated to Degree Level or equivalent and will have excellent written and oral communication skills including experience of writing clear, accurate, and engaging research communications for the web and print publication aimed at pre-identified target audiences. Experience in research communications, advocacy, or influencing is needed and in the ability to translate research content into messages that are accessible to target audiences. Knowledge of video and image editing, social media, websites, web editing and website development are also required. 

Effective interpersonal, communication and relationship building skills are essential to develop effective working relationships both internally and externally to the organisation with a range of people at all levels from diverse cultures.  

Excellent working knowledge of MS Office applications is crucial for this role.  The post will be based in Liverpool, however, overseas travel will be required. 

If you are interested in applying, please return your completed Application Form, Personal Details Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, stating vacancy reference number (118), via email to [email protected](link sends e-mail) or by post to HR, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool L3 5QA 

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The post holder will provide communications and research uptake support to the DFID funded research project,COUNTDOWN, within the Department of Parasitology. COUNTDOWN brings together researchers from the UK, USA, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and to work on Neglected Tropical Disease, health systems, implementation research (IR) and research uptake.

You will be involved in the overseeing of the research communication strategy and related programme management activities in COUNTDOWN and support the development of communication skills within all participating organisations, through training and other capacity building activities.   

You will help the COUNTDOWN project to attain its objectives by: contributing to and supervising the communications and research uptake work; finding opportunities to promote COUNTDOWN research; facilitating and contributing to the use of research evidence by policy-makers, practitioners and other stakeholders; and representing the project with external stakeholders. 

The successful candidate will be educated to Degree Level or equivalent and will have excellent written and oral communication skills including experience of writing clear, accurate, and engaging research communications for the web and print publication aimed at pre-identified target audiences. Experience in research communications, advocacy, or influencing is needed and in the ability to translate research content into messages that are accessible to target audiences. Knowledge of video and image editing, social media, websites, web editing and website development are also required. 

Effective interpersonal, communication and relationship building skills are essential to develop effective working relationships both internally and externally to the organisation with a range of people at all levels from diverse cultures.  

Excellent working knowledge of MS Office applications is crucial for this role.  The post will be based in Liverpool, however, overseas travel will be required. 

If you are interested in applying, please return your completed Application Form, Personal Details Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, stating vacancy reference number (118), via email to [email protected] or by post to HR, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool L3 5QA 

Closing Date: Friday 6 May 2016, 12.00pm UK Time 

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