The University of Oxford is a world leader in research, engagement and innovation. Our research portfolio is global, with collaboration with researchers and research organisations around the world ubiquitous in all parts of the University.
The International Collaboration & Export Control Manager is a new role in Research Services, recognising not just the importance of facilitating international collaboration but also that the risks associated with international collaboration are dynamic and growing in complexity.
You will take the lead in working with researchers, research student supervisors and with professional services colleagues in departments, divisions and University services to identify, mitigate and manage risks connected with international collaboration, including reputational, operational, regulatory, and security-related.
You will be the lead institutional adviser on export control regulations, managing the licence application preparation and submission, and developing an assurance approach around activities that fall within the scope of such regulations.
This role represents an exciting opportunity in a new and developing field of university research management and support, with significant scope to shape and develop the role and your career. Experience and/or a good working knowledge of export control regulations is important but of equal importance are the skills to convene and build communities of practice, to share experience and promote exchange of learning and best practice across a network of non-expert practitioners.