Location: Trinity College Dublin
Level: Programme Manager
Closing Date: 12pm noon (Greenwich Mean Time) on Tuesday 22nd January 2019
The Programme Manager (PM) will be responsible for implementing and managing two Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Network projects in conjunction with the School of Medicine and ADAPT Centre. The post holder will be located in ADAPT and will be responsible for the day-today implementation of the two programmes, including, but not limited to: implementation of the PR and recruitment strategy, the organisation of the selection process, communication with the early stage researchers (ESR) and consortium, providing support in the organisation of training events and seminars, preparation of management deliverables and financial and progress reports, liaising with the recruiting universities with regards to employment contracts and progress of PhDs and the organization of training secondments. With the two Coordinators, 29 ESRs, 21 academic partners in 8 countries, 11 industry partners and 62 planned secondments, the post holder will ensure effective communication within the two consortia, between the different hosting institutions, the Research Executive Agency and with other partners. The PM will liaise with the support staff and researchers on practical issues and support the strategic sustainability of the training programmes developed.
The two training networks are called HELICAL and PROTECT. HELICAL stands for “Health Data Linkage for Clinical Benefit” and incorporates a consortium of 14 beneficiaries and 13 partner organisations across Europe with a total budget of €4.05m. It is led by Prof Mark Little. Its main goal is to link healthcare record, environmental, genomic and proteomic data in the setting of autoimmune disease in three scientific work packages. Cross-cutting these is a work package focused on data governance, which places this cutting-edge research firmly in the new GDPR era. The PROTECT project (led by Prof Dave Lewis) also focusses on issues of personal data, specifically how to balance the impact on rights and interests of individuals, arising from its large-scale and continuous analysis, with the benefits to the economy and society arising from rapid innovation such analysis affords. This €3.7m network will deliver multidisciplinary training with Law, Technology Ethics and Knowledge Engineering researcher leaders across 7 beneficiaries and 5 partner organisations, via a structured research programme exploring the boundaries between these three fields. Further Information Informal enquiries about this post should be made to Prof Little or Prof Lewis.