Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Research Uptake Manager to join our team in either the UK, Nigeria or Uganda.
The Research Uptake Manager is an important, high level role that will maximise the impact of the research generated by the Research Programme; to develop policy-influencing strategies linked to evidence and learning from research conducted through various research activities at Malaria Consortium.
The successful candidate will have:
- MSc in Public Health, Global Health, Epidemiology or a related research discipline with a substantial research component
- Knowledge of the policy and practice environment in global health and current debates within the research discipline
- Strong skills in communicating scientific / development research to non-research audiences
- Demonstrable understanding of the broader RU theory of change i.e. the barriers to uptake experienced by decision-makers as well as the challenges of communicating research
- Skills in developing a range of outputs for communicating research – in print, electronic and face-to-face formats.
- Demonstrable experience in developing and delivering research uptake strategies
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Due to the nature of this role we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and the role might be filled and closed before the closing date. Early applications are encouraged.
This is a fixed term contract for the period of four years.
To apply for this position you will need to have the right to work in the specified country. Malaria Consortium is not in a position to sponsor a work permit.