Royal Osteoporosis Society are looking for a Research Manager to join their team in Camerton, Bath on a temporary basis. Job Title: Research Manager Salary: £33,002 - £36,669 per annum (pro rata) Location: Camerton, Bath Job Type: Temporary (12-month maternity cover), hours per week Do you possess excellent Board writing and project management skills and have experience in charity, health, education or research sector? Are you an exceptional communicator, organiser with a keen eye for detail and ability to work well with others at all levels of the organisation? Are you are looking to join a fantastic organisation where you can really make a difference? If so, we'd love to hear from you. Research Manager - The Role: It's an exciting time for the charity and in this role, you will report into and support the Clinical and Operations Director in leading our Research programme of work, the Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy (The Academy) and contribute to the work of the Clinical and Operations Directorate in particular the new Prevention and Cure programme areas. In addition, you will be responsible for managing the existing charity's research programme at the same time as understanding changes to the external landscape and their relevance to the charity's approach to the clinical aspects of osteoporosis. You will have the ability to understand complex subjects quickly and be able to demonstrate a clear knowledge and understanding of health and research. You'll have a real passion for wanting to make a difference. Research Manager - Duties and Responsibilities: - Lead on the writing of highly professional reports that provide an update on activity and strong impact measurement regarding the charity's research programme - Contribute to the CEO quarterly reports regarding the Academy and Research Programme. - Work collaboratively with the Fundraising and Communications Teams to share information regarding the research programme and Academy, ensuring approaches are coordinated effectively. - Liaise with relevant teams and review and synthesise scientific, clinical or detailed information for Clinical and other significant projects. - Working with other teams, identify reports or other information sources that describe changes to the external landscape and draw out key points to ensure their relevance to the Clinical function and organisation are understood. - Work with the patient advocates for the Academy to understand patient priorities, sharing this insight with the relevant teams to aid planning. - Ensure a continuous improvement approach to ensure the charity adheres to the highest standards of research funding best practice and ensure all activities comply with the relevant data protection and other legislation - Support the Clinical and Operations Director in the developing new areas of prevention, cure and the Academy by assisting with a range of activities; from scoping, research, development and documentation through to hands on practical support with arranging and running meetings and events and liaising with external agencies. This may include attendance at events and travel to UK-wide meetings. - Undertake other tasks and duties as may reasonably be requested. If you are interested in this excellent opportunity, press 'apply' today. You will be redirected to our website where you can download more information. All applicants should provide a comprehensive CV including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement in a cover letter, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.