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Job: Research and Development Manager Mental Health Foundation



Changing Minds

We are the UK’s leading mental health research, policy and service improvement charity.

Full-time (35 hours per week)

£35,580 – £37,203 per annum

London SE1


Research sits at the heart of all we do, and as the Research and Development Manager you will play a major role in supporting the Head of Research to secure and deliver a substantial programme of work for the Foundation.

You will be responsible for managing a significant portfolio of research projects, and for providing management and support to a team of junior research staff. You will be involved in designing projects, developing proposals, data collection and analysis, and dissemination of results through written reports, publications and presentations to a range of stakeholders.

You will be pro-active in identifying and responding to new business opportunities and have a demonstrable commitment to improving mental health services and empowering service users.

A track record in mental health research (or a related field of research) is essential, including experience of managing staff and / or external consultants. You must also have a thorough knowledge of research methods, a strong business focus, and a good understanding of wellbeing and mental health problems.

Closing date: Tuesday 4th December 2012, 10am

Interview date: Thursday 13th December 2012

To apply please download as job pack by clicking ‘Apply Online’ below and send a completed application form to vacancies@mhf.org.uk.

Strictly no recruitment agencies please. Previous candidates need not apply.

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