UK-based position open: European Coordination & Knowledge Transfer Manager

We are looking for a driven and future-oriented person with a passion for and experience in science and engineering. You will be a part of shaping the future of European Research and Innovation by bringing together innovators, policy makers, academic researchers and the private sector from across the continent. Our company, Tekiu is taking on an instrumental role in a new pan-European project on citizen science & Responsible Research and Innovation. Your role will be to help key decision makers meet with innovators, Do-It-Yourself and grassroots science initiatives, help them understand each other and ensure that the knowledge transferred leads to action. Tekiu is a London-based, private knowledge transfer business incorporated in 2012. Our expertise is in planning and running high quality, bespoke technical visits and scientific exchanges. Interested? More information on this UK-based job posting can be found here. <http://www.tekiu.com/jobs/>

Keywords: Knowledge transfer, science communication, policy analysis, technical visits, business intelligence, international benchmarking, science consulting, public relations, marketing, network building, public engagement in science

Location:              London

Salary:                 30,000 to 36,000 plus bonus
Date posted:        2 March 2016
Deadline:             25 March 2016, noon
Starting date:        9 May 2016
Job type:               Full-time (flexible working conditions negotiable)

Any comments or questions please message me directly. Thank you.

Cindy Regalado
cindy.regalado.11@ucl.ac.uk
Tekiu Ltd.

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