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    3 ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGERS

    (SCIENCE / ENGINEERING / HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES)

    Job Ref: A-571130

     Department: Research and Business Services, Business Gateway

     Salary: Depending on qualifications and experience Range: ?30,594 - ?35,469 pa (under review)

     Location: University Campus Hours of work: Full-Time

     Tenure: 3 years Grade: 7

     Closing Date: 7 December 2009 Interview Date: To be confirmed

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    Informal enquiries to Dr Simon Longden on 0151 794 8780, email: s.longden@liv.ac.uk

Application Procedure

    Applications should comprise:

    *A completed applicant information form

    * A copy of your full curriculum vitae

    *A statement indicating the reasons for applying for this post and how your training and experience is relevant.

    If you have any particular requirements should you be invited to interview, please make this clear in your

    application.

Submitting Applications

    Applications may be submitted by e-mail to jobs@liv.ac.uk or by post or in person to: The Director of Human

    Resources (Recruitment), The University of Liverpool, Hart Building, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TQ ROYAL MAIL Postal Pricing System. Please ensure that postal applications carry the correct postage according to the weight and measurement of the item, as items with insufficient postage will be held and delayed by the Royal Mail. Details of their pricing system are available online at www.royalmail.com or from a Post Office branch.

Acknowledgement of Applications

    Please note that we are unable to acknowledge postal applications. If you would like an acknowledgement

    please enclose a stamped addressed card or envelope, and place it at the front of your application. If you e-mail

    your application you will receive an automated acknowledgement.

Shortlisting and Interviews

    Shortlisting and interview arrangements are the responsibility of the recruiting Department. Please contact Dr Simon Longden on 0151 794 8780, email: s.longden@liv.ac.uk if you have a query after the closing date.

Outcome of Applications

    Vacancies at the University often attract a large number of candidates and it is not always possible to respond

    individually to every application. If you have not heard from the recruiting Department by late January 2010 please take it that your application has not been successful.

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Asylum & Immigration

    The University will comply with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, which requires all employees

    to provide documentary evidence of their legal right to work in this country prior to commencing employment.

    Recruiters are advised to request that all candidates bring their passport (and visa if applicable) to interview so

    that it can be copied and verified by a member of the Selection Panel. For posts requiring a recognised degree

    level or equivalent qualification, and where there is no suitable UK or European Economic Area candidate, the

    University will take the necessary steps to secure UK Border Agency permission for a foreign national to take up

    employment.

Should a candidate require a Certificate of Sponsorship in order to take up a post they will need to meet the UK

    Boarder Agency Tier 2 Points Based Criteria. A self assessment tool can be found on the UK Border Agency

    website at: www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/pointscalculator.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/tor

A candidate may also be required to undertake an English Language test prior to commencing work at the

    University. Details of Home Office approved tests can be found at:

    www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/newsarticles/pbsapprovedenglishlanguage

Further information on the eligibility criteria for Certificates of Sponsorship can be found at:

    www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/employers/points

Diversity and Equality

    The University of Liverpool is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity. All employees and applicants

    for jobs will be considered on their abilities and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of age,

    caring responsibilities, colour, disability, employment status, gender, gender identity, marital status,

    nationality, race or ethnic origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation, socio-economic status or any other

    irrelevant distinction. Training is available to support career progression within the University.

Two Ticks Disability : Guaranteed Interview Scheme (GIS)

    The University of Liverpool is commitment to the employment of disabled people, and as part of our

    commitment, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for a post and

    consider them on their abilities.

To apply for a post under the disability GIS, you must disclose your disability (as defined by the Disability

    Discrimination Act, 2005), and mark X in the yes box on the Equal Opportunities Employment Form. This

    form must be returned with your application form. Full details of the scheme are available at

    www.liv.ac.uk/hr/organisational-development/Two_Ticks.htm

Accessibility

If you require copies of documentation in alternative formats, for example, large print or Braille, please

    contact jobs@liv.ac.uk or telephone 0151 794 6771.

If you have any other requirements which will help you access the application or interview process or

    employment opportunities at the University of Liverpool, please let us know by contacting jobs@liv.ac.uk or

    telephone 0151 794 6771.

Smoking

The University has adopted a Code of Practice on Smoking, copies of which are available from the Human

    Resources Department website www.liv.ac.uk/hr

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    1. Role Overview

Business Gateway provides a primary interface between the University and external bodies, both

    commercial and not-for-profit, in seeking research activities, Knowledge Exchange (KE) and

    partnership. This includes working with University researchers to develop and deliver commercial

    opportunities for University Research, technology and expertise including the development and

    negotiation of consultancy and service level agreements. The Associate Business Manager will

    develop strong working relationships with academics within the Faculty to facilitate and support their

    engagement in KE activities. The Associate Business Manager will also work with the Business

    Managers and ULive Enterprises Ltd, the University’s Technology Transfer organisation, to facilitate

    in the identification and protection of Intellectual Property (IP) developed by the University of Liverpool.

    Responsible to the Head of Business Gateway, your role will augment an existing team of Business

    Managers and their ability in delivering a range of KE functions.

    Aligned with the Business Managers, your role has two key elements:

    ? Externally, you will represent the University, develop links to key organisations and businesses

    and provide sector and company engagement, with the particular aim of developing commercial

    opportunities for University research, technology and expertise. This will include the development

    and negotiation of consultancy, research collaborations and partnership agreements between the

    University and companies or other organisations.

    ? Within the University, you will:

    ? Encourage academic staff to participate in research and KE activities.

    ? Help with the identification of KE opportunities.

    ? Organise academic/industry interactions.

    ? Lead and deliver a portfolio of reach-out activities.

    ? Support staff development programmes and provide initial support to academic staff

    interacting with employers.