Project Manager, Broadcast and Games – Fixed Term 9-12 months
We are a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in health by supporting the brightest minds. We aim to engage the public with biomedical science and to explore medicine in its historical, ethical, social and cultural contexts. As Project Manager for the Broadcast and Games Team, you will be responsible for managing and delivering projects that further these aims.
Working with the Senior Broadcast and Games Project Manager along with external consultants you will develop and manage new projects and initiatives that will increase our ability to engage the public in biomedical science and the exploration of medicine in its historical, ethical, social and cultural context.
You will be responsible for capturing learning and preparing appropriate briefings, reports and other related documents ensuring that all relevant communication channels are used to keep people informed and engaged. Working closely with colleagues across the trust, this position plays a key role in delivering the Wellcome Trust’s broadcast and gaming activity.
This position plays a key role in delivering the Wellcome Trust’s broadcast and gaming activity and so candidates should have experience of working in the gaming and/or broadcast sector; a keen interest in science and science communication; project management, promotional and organisational skills; excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; strong relationship building skills and the ability to create collaborations with partner organisations.
This job would suit somebody working in television or games development or production who also has strong project management skills and a proven interest in science communication.
To apply, please visit: www.wellcome.ac.uk/jobs
Alternatively please send a CV and a covering letter explaining how you meet the criteria for this role to: HR, Wellcome Trust, 215 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE.
Closing date for applications: 16 April 2012
Interviews: w/c 26 April 2012
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