Knowledge Exchange Manager: Violence, Health and Society: City, University of London

We are looking for a Knowledge Exchange Manager for the Violence, Health and Society consortium
Deadline 11 October
Further details and applications here

We are seeking a Knowledge Exchange Manager to join a new Consortium on Violence, Health and Society. The consortium, funded by UKPRP for five years (October 2021 to September 2026) is led by Professor Sylvia Walby OBE, Director of the Violence and Society Centre at City, University of London. The Consortium includes academic partners in King’s College London, University College London, Lancaster University, University of Bristol, Warwick University, and at Public Health Wales. It engages with multiple public and Third Sector professionals and practitioners who generate data, as well as with national and international governmental bodies that use data.

The Knowledge Exchange Manager will work to optimise the impact of the research to reduce violence by engaging multiple stakeholders, new and existing. Our stakeholders include organisations and professionals that generate data (for example, Third Sector domestic violence services, national survey organisations, police, solicitors), those that use data (including governmental and parliamentary bodies), as well as wider publics (who care about reducing violence).
The successful candidate will be comfortable helping academics to translate their data into accessible, accurate forms for non-academic audiences. They will have a key role in developing and consolidating pathways to impact and developing the public engagement part of the Consortium’s communications strategy.

Please contact with any queries.

Closing date: 
Monday, October 11, 2021
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