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UCL boasts a track record of genuinely world-leading research that enhances the lives of people in the capital, the UK, and around the world. Our teams provide dedicated, specialist support to academic staff across the university, which makes such cutting-edge research possible. We're seeking enthusiastic, dedicated people to help us drive forward and enhance UCL's research performance. Explore opportunities to join our teams below.

As our activities expand there will be further opportunities to join our directorate with new posts advertised regularly here and on the Work at UCL website. Make sure to check this page regularly if you are interested in joining our teams. We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible, and job-share basis wherever possible.

Current opportunities


Compliance and Assurance Officer x2

We have two exciting new opportunities to join our newly established Compliance and Assurance team on a secondment basis as a Compliance and Assurance Officer (Grade 7).

The role offers an opportunity to help shape and implement our new due diligence and international partnership risk approaches as part of enhancing research and innovation support at UCL.

About the role

The Compliance and Assurance Officer will directly contribute to the implementation of a new UCL framework for Third Party Due Diligence.

You will work with Principal Investigators and Department Managers to undertake and document required due diligence and provide feedback to the project leads and improve research compliance and assurance to protect and support UCL's research community and reputation.

You will also support the delivery of our wider compliance and assurance project, including understanding the legislative/regulatory landscape, engagement across UCL and with sector organisations, risk management, analysis, and systems development.

About you

You will have a high level of experience in supporting research and innovation projects and a strong understanding of the research management lifecycle and the associated business processes.

Further information and how to apply

For further information about this role, including how to apply, visit the Work at UCL website using the button below. If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Kristina Kertova at k.kertova@ucl.ac.uk.

The closing date for applications is: 7 February 2023

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