University Hospital Southampton NHS FT Jobs as EDI projects manager – Research at Southampton,England,UnitedKingdom 2022

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Your Responsibilities

Detailed job description and main responsibilities

What You’ll Do

You will lead EDI engagement projects and activities for Southampton’s university-hospital research partnership.

This Includes, But Is Not Limited To

  • Leading EDI projects, within and across research units, groups and studies
  • Developing the systems, resources and policies needed to support EDI in research
  • Developing and embedding policies for building EDI capacity and capability through training, resources, mentoring and support programmes
  • Driving a culture of open, inclusive research, engagement and co-production across all our, and our partners work

In This Role, You Will

  • Work closely with SCREI colleagues, senior researchers, external partners and suppliers
  • Make sure expert input, appropriate EDI resources and effective use of wider SCREI teams is applied across the research cycle and portfolio in support of EDI objectives
  • Work across health subjects and disease areas to increase the diversity of people who are part of our work
  • Be responsible for liaising with research directors, leads and teams to interpret and effectively support strategic and operational needs

What We’re Looking For

We’re looking for someone who can drive projects and deliver positive, quality support. You’ll be creative, with a strong background in advancing EDI through projects, engagement and co-production. We need your great people skills to grow awareness and relationships across our communities, our departments and different organisations.

We’re looking for you to create the conditions for an equitable, inclusive culture that ensures clear, open and fair research involving and serving the full diversity of our regions’ people..

Familiarity with EDI and current challenges in the NHS R&D, National Institute for Health and Care Research and/or clinical academic environment is desirable. However what you’ll need above all is initiative, a commitment to EDI and demonstrable ability in leading projects that deliver change.

Additional Information

Interviews will be held on Wednesday, 21 September 2022

Should you have any queries, please use the contact details below to get in touch.

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