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Position: Operations Lead
Institution: University of Dundee
Department: School of Medicine
Location: Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
Duties: Overall leadership and management of the School’s lab managers, technical, core facilities and scientific services staff; Liaising with NHS and University Directorate staff on matters such as Health and Safety, Space, Estates and Buildings, IT projects and HR issues; Oversee Health and Safety arrangements for the School and provide advice; Be involved in procurement activity ensuring adherence to relevant legislation; Be responsible for reporting operational expenditure to senior staff, managing substantial non pay budgets and allocation of expenditure in conjunction with Finance team
Requirements: You will have excellent interpersonal skills. An effective leader and manage a culture of positive, highly performing, effective teams. You will demonstrate high level planning and strategic thinking skills. Experience in budget setting and financial management processes. You will have demonstrable experience in project, facilities, operations and space management. Experienced in providing technical support and oversight including training. Have experience in managing and implementing change. You will be confident in liaising and working effectively with external bodies, including the NHS
   
Text: Reference Number SMED0519 Job Title Operations Lead College/SASS School of Medicine School/Directorate Medicine Office Grade Grade 8 (£40,792 - £48,677) Job Category Academic Related Closing Date 5 May 2019 We are recruiting for an Operations Lead within the School of Medicine. In this role you will work with minimal supervision and in close alignment with the School Executive Group, taking School responsibility for the provision of comprehensive laboratory, facility and space management. You will establish and maintain links with external partners, in particular the NHS, managing the environment in which the teaching and research requirements of the school are delivered. Based in Ninewells Hospital, one of Europe’s largest teaching hospitals, the School of Medicine provides outstanding medical education and training supported by world class research facilities. Your priorities will include: Overall leadership and management of the School’s lab managers, technical, core facilities and scientific services staff Liaising with NHS and University Directorate staff on matters such as Health and Safety, Space, Estates and Buildings, IT projects and HR issues Oversee Health and Safety arrangements for the School and provide advice Be involved in procurement activity ensuring adherence to relevant legislation Be responsible for reporting operational expenditure to senior staff, managing substantial non pay budgets and allocation of expenditure in conjunction with Finance team Overall responsibility for maintenance of equipment, the asset register, consumables, general scientific support, staff / student induction and training in use of equipment Undertake project work as required by the School, including planning, managing and organising effective use of resource (including space), ensuring completion of projects on time Support of the Dean and School Manager in responsibility for space allocation and utilisation, completing surveys and audits, coordinating building repairs, relocation, re-allocation and refurbishment projects, interacting with Estates and Buildings (University and NHS) and external contractors Lead on the co-ordination of bids to be considered by the School’s Space Management and Projects Committee, and prioritisation of activities in line with University and School Strategy Be responsible for maintenance of the risk and estate registers Who we’re looking for: You will have excellent interpersonal skills An effective leader and manage a culture of positive, highly performing, effective teams You will demonstrate high level planning and strategic thinking skills Experience in budget setting and financial management processes You will have demonstrable experience in project, facilities, operations and space management Experienced in providing technical support and oversight including training Have experience in managing and implementing change You will be confident in liaising and working effectively with external bodies, including the NHS This role does not meet the minimum requirements set by the UKVI to enable sponsorship of migrant workers. Further information can be found at: https://uod.ac.uk/2qUx1RR For further information about this position please contact Dr Laura Lightfoot, School Manager, at l.d.lightfoot@dundee.ac.uk. To find out more about the School of Medicine please visit https://www.dundee.ac.uk/medicine/ The closing date for applications is 5 May. At the University we benefit from having access to a range of personal and professional development courses and training opportunities, we enjoy 39 days annual leave per year and are supported by a range of Work Life Balance policies, staff support networks, membership of Athena SWAN and Stonewall as well as a full range of disability services which all create an enjoyable and inclusive place to work. It is the diversity of our staff and students that make the University of Dundee an enjoyable place to work. More Info... SMED0519_ Operations Lead_Job Des - 2019.docx
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