Programme Co-ordinator

Location
Glasgow, Glasgow City (GB)
Salary
£32236 - £39609
Posted
Wednesday, 13 March 2019
End of advertisement period
Sunday, 14 April 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Programme Co-ordinator

Department    Electronic and Electrical Engineering (www.strath.ac.uk/eee/)
Faculty
Faculty of Engineering (www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/)
Staff Category    Administrative and Professional
Reference No    202466
Reports To    Prof Stephen McArthur
Grade:    7
Salary Range:    £32236 - £39609
Contract Type:    Fixed Term (31/03/2022)
FTE    1 (35 hours/week)
Closing Date    14/04/2019

Job Advert
The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering seeks to recruit a Programme Co-ordinator for the UKRI EnergyREV Programme. The Energy Revolution Research Consortium, known as EnergyREV, is a 40 month programme to support innovation within the UK’s £105m Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund initiative on Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER). (https://www.gov.uk/government/news/prospering-from-the-energy-revolution-full-programme-details). This government funded programme will bring together research and industry to develop future smart energy systems. The aim is to develop and demonstrate new approaches to provide cleaner, cheaper and more resilient energy. 

The world-class knowledge, research teams and interdisciplinary expertise available through our university partnership will improve the uptake, value and impact of smart local energy systems. We are focused on using our novel research to accelerate and help deliver the Industrial Strategy goals and enhance UK competitiveness. The consortium comprises 22 Universities and 29 academics working together to deliver its objectives.

EnergyREV will use its novel research, detailed evaluations of PFER activities, and synthesised knowledge and data to accelerate and help deliver the Industrial Strategy goals and enhance UK competitiveness (https://www.gov.uk/government/news/energy-systems-of-the-future-local-communities-to-benefit-sooner). This multidisciplinary consortium, working on a strategic programme of interdisciplinary research, will interact with all aspects of the PFER Challenge programme, ensuring that UK academic expertise delivers impact and UK competitive advantage through detailed engagement with the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, industry, the Energy Systems Catapult and all key stakeholders.

The Programme Co-ordinator will work with the Principal Investigator, Executive Committee and Management Team to support the programme management, financial management and delivery of all outcomes. They will support the delivery of a core programme, along with three Plus Projects, which form the total grant awarded with a total value of £9.8M. The post holder will be responsible for all financial spend tracking and reporting, all programme activity tracking and reporting, and development of the ongoing project management plans across the full consortium. They will have responsibility for defining the appropriate project management tools and approaches to be used, and then be accountable for reporting on progress.

As a core member of the management team, they will have experience in project management and co-ordination of multi-partner, multi-site, interdisciplinary projects.