CDT Manager, AI-Enabled Healthcare Systems at UCL

June 10, 2024

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Job Description

About us

The UCL UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in AI-enabled Healthcare Systems is a CDT that started in 2019. The CDT consists of a 1-year MRes followed by a 3-year PhD. Our training covers everything from modular learning to critical assessment skills and is strongly multi-disciplinary, bridging the gap between engineering, clinical sciences and industry. Each project is led by a supervisory team, drawn from our pool of over 50 supervisors, with expertise in both the relevant area of AI and the relevant clinical speciality. A comprehensive training programme ensures our students develop the skills to confidently produce academic research papers, deliver presentations and make significant contributions to their chosen research project.

About the role

You will be responsible for overseeing all day-to-day operations of the AI in Healthcare Systems Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT), coordinating all aspects of management and delivery, and implementing decisions taken by the CDT Academic Director. You will play a key role in defining and implementing the strategy for the Centre and developing its profile both internally and externally. You will lead in achieving a high-quality and timely service to current and prospective students and staff relating to the designated courses/programmes and beyond.

The CDT programmes includes an MRes and MPhil/PhD programme and you will lead on the administration of both programmes. As part of a small team, you will be required to provide cross-cover as required and will work collaboratively with colleagues. In order to succeed, you must be collaborative, efficient, organised, and take great care in attention to detail. The role requires interaction with professionals within and external to UCL, so demands a professional attitude, willingness to help and a positive outlook to execute the duties outlined.

About you:

  • Highly organised and efficient
  • Proven track record in higher education administration and budget management
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong digital, financial and numeracy skills
  • Experience in managing a variety of events and committees
  • Ability to prioritise workloads and work under pressure
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Collaborative and proactive

Further Details:

This advert will close on Monday, 24th June 2024 however, we may close applications early if we receive a high volume of applications. Early application submission is recommended. The interviews for this role will be held online.

For further information on how to apply, and UCL’s great benefits, please click ‘Apply’ to visit the UCL jobs site, where you can view the full advert details.

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