Business Development Manager, Crime and Social Justice/History and Heritage
Fixed term contract for 12 months covering maternity
The Directorate of Business Engagement, Career and Employability supports our academic Schools to connect our academic expertise with industry, transform our local community through knowledge exchange, enhance the student and graduate experience through entrepreneurship and develop our University as a place to do business.
The successful candidate will be providing maternity leave cover working in an exciting directorate at the University, which supports our academic Schools to connect our academic expertise with industry, transform our local community through knowledge exchange, enhance the student and graduate experience through entrepreneurship and develop our University as a place to do business.
The post holder will be part of the Business Development and Knowledge Exchange team and will have responsibility for managing existing and developing new knowledge exchange projects within the Crime and Social Justice Institute (one of our areas of distinctiveness) and the School of Social Sciences and Humanities. This is a broad portfolio including law, criminology, prison officer training, police training etc and word class rates research around crime and social justice. History and Heritage is also included in this post with our history provision being ranked in the top 5 nationally.
Please refer to the full job description for further information on this opportunity or contact Emma Wakeling (Head of Business Engagement & Knowledge Exchange) - email@example.com.
Closing date: Wednesday 31st August, 5pm
Interview date: Thursday 8th September 2022
We are a values driven organisation, committed to ensuring we remain a beacon for aspiration and achievement, while providing a great environment to work and study.
We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community - a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, campus facilities and services to support staff from different backgrounds. If you share our values and our vision, you will find a home at the University of Suffolk.
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