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11 May 2022

Research and Innovation Services (RIS) are currently looking for a Due Diligence Officer (G7), Research Manager (G7), and a Research Support Officer (G7). These roles present a great opportunity for someone looking for the next step in their career.

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Due Diligence Officer (Grade 7)


We are currently advertising for a Due Diligence Officer to join our Research and Innovation Support Transformer programme on a secondment basis for 3 months, with the possibility to extend.

About the role

This post provides an exciting opportunity to join an established change programme and play a role in shaping and implementing the new due diligence approach as part of enhancing research and innovation support at UCL.

The postholder will support the roll-out of a new UCL Due Diligence framework for research and innovation activities to ensure that the appropriate due diligence for third parties is undertaken, whilst minimising the burden on the research community and partners. 

The Due Diligence Officer will work flexibly to support the delivery of the wider Compliance and Assurance project, including understanding the legislative and regulatory landscape, engagement across UCL and with sector organisations, risk management, analysis and systems development.

Further information and how to apply

For further information about this role, including how to apply, visit the UCL secondments website using the button below.

If you have any queries regarding this opportunity, please contact Kristina Kertova: k.kertova@ucl.ac.uk

Applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis will be considered.

The closing date for applications is: 20 May 2022

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Research Manager (Grade 7)


Our European Research and Innovation Office (ERIO) are looking for a Research Manager to join our international team of research management, proposal development, project, and innovation management experts. The role will help support UCL’s exciting European funded research and innovation portfolio of €400+ million.

ERIO’s work supports UCL in upholding its position at the forefront of European and global collaboration in science, technology, and innovation. It also helps UCL to achieve real-world impact from its research and innovation outputs through the provision of comprehensive, proactive, and specialised support services for its academic community.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of European Contract Management, the Research Manager will:

  • Provide extensive and expert advice on funding opportunities
  • Support all aspects of proposal preparation, as well agreement negotiations and grant setup
  • Support existing and new European Commission (EC) funded grants
  • Collaborate with the ERIO senior team in responding to the changes in EC funding, including potentially extending support to non-EC funding streams, in collaboration with Research Services’ Research Support & Development team.

Further information and how to apply

For further information about this role, including how to apply, visit the UCL jobs website using the button below.

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Giles Machell: g.machell@ucl.ac.uk

We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.

The closing date for applications is: 29 May 2022

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Research Support Officer (Grade 7)


Our Pre-Award team, based in Research Services, are looking for a Research Support Officer to support the development and submission of research applications at UCL.

The Pre-Award team is responsible for ensuring all UCL proposals to external research funders are developed in line with all relevant UCL and funder requirements.

About the role

Working in a busy and supportive environment, the postholder will be responsible for ensuring UCL proposals to external research funders have been developed in line with internal and funder requirements.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assessing the financial integrity of applications
  • Providing expert guidance and support
  • Working with UCL's research and research support communities to ensure applications have the greatest chance of success
  • Taking ownership of a portfolio of academic departments
  • Analysis of awards made and scrutiny of any associated terms and conditions, prior to acceptance on behalf of the institution.

The Pre-Award team work closely with colleagues across UCL and is regularly involved in the delivery of training and development and other outreach activities to provide a comprehensive and efficient service.

The role is offered as a full-time, 12-month fixed-term contract.

Further information and how to apply

For further information about this role, including how to apply, visit the UCL jobs website using the button below.

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Dom Mikulski: d.mikulski@ucl.ac.uk

We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.

The closing date for applications is: 1 June 2022

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Further opportunities in RIS


As our activities expand there will be further opportunities to join the team with new posts advertised regularly on the Work at UCL website. Make sure to check our news section regularly if you are interested in joining the team. To find out more about RIS, please visit our About us page.