Digital project manager Twelve months fixed term contract (full time) Salary: c £30,000 pa inclusive of location allowance Location: Central London, WC1 Closing date: 5.00pm, 20 September 2018 Interviews: 2 October About the role As medical research charities embrace digital health and face the challenges of complex data ownership and use, we have created a new role to help the AMRC support our members to keep on the front foot. About you With an enquiring and curious mind, you will have a passion for digital innovation and the ability to know when it would work better than traditional mechanisms. You will be educated to degree level with attention to detail and a love of planning. You will need to be self-disciplined and adaptable with the ability to thrive in a busy environment with lots of challenges – working across teams and with diverse member charities and stakeholders. Experience and understanding of the role of medical research charities and the digital health environment in the UK are desirable, but not essential. A demonstrable interest in technology, biomedical research and/or the issues facing charities, will, however, be very important. This job may suit someone with a PhD or postgraduate qualification, looking to rapidly develop their skills and experience in digital health and project management, but such qualifications are not essential. About AMRC AMRC is the national membership organisation of leading medical and health research charities. Our vision is charities delivering high-quality research to improve health and wellbeing for all. Our strategy is to support members to meet their charitable objectives; to connect members to encourage collaboration and to share learning; and to influence the regulatory, policy and research environments. How to apply Please read the job description and person specification. Send your CV and a covering letter, which should outline your interest in applying for the role and explain how you meet the criteria, to [email protected], by 5.00pm 20 September.