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School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Geography and Environment
Programme Manager (Climate Compatible Growth Programme)
Fixed-Term, to commence as soon as possible until 31 March 2025
Following the successful award of the new Climate Compatible Growth (CCG) Programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, we are seeking to recruit a Programme Manager who is experienced in leading complex and agile research programmes involving multiple partners from across the globe.
The Programme Manager will be responsible for managing project Gantt, work programme content and milestone delivery, team and partner resources, strategic, financial, and day-to-day operations, working closely with the CCG senior leadership team. Managing a small team of core programme staff, they will be responsible for ensuring strong collaboration between partners and the successful implementation of the programme, while meeting the requirements of the funder.
The successful candidate will have substantial experience in managing large, challenging research projects, and a good understanding of the complexities of working with a wide range of partners. This role is an opportunity to work on a programme at the cutting edge of climate compatible growth research with a substantial implementation focus and the ambition to drive systemic change in the development trajectories of developing countries.
Informal enquires about the post should be made by email to Professor Mark Howells by email at M.I.Howells@lboro.ac.uk
Application Closing Date: 30th March 2022
Interviews will be held: week of 25th April 2022
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