Senior Research Facilitator (Grants)

Band 7

Main area
Band 7
Full time 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Employer type
Denmark Hill
Denmark Hill
£38,035 - £48,256 per annum Inc HCA
23/05/2018 23:59


The Research & Innovation office at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and independent individual to join our team for a permanent position, as a Band 7 Senior Research Facilitator (Grants).

The post holder will take the lead on the development and support of grant funding applications within the trust, developing systems to ensure accurate tracking and management of grant funding applications and outcomes.  The post holder will work closely with investigators and research teams to ensure bids for funding are submitted to meet deadlines and have appropriate review and signoff.

The post holder will also be expected to manage a team of research facilitators supporting the setup of a portfolio of research studies and ensure these studies are delivered to the highest quality and to time and target. Training, provision of expert guidance and support to research teams with all aspects of research governance will also be a key part of this role.

You will be highly organized with a professional approach and a keen eye for detail. A team player, you will have excellent communication and negotiation skills and the ability to manage competing demands on your time.

Applicants will be expected to have significant research management/administration experience, knowledge and experience of grant writing, expert knowledge of research governance and experience of line management.  Experience of research delivery in an NHS setting would be desirable.


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Informal discussions about this post are highly encouraged, please contact Joanna Gambell, Senior Research Facilitator,  on 0203 299 1986 or