Vacancies at INI and the Newton Gateway will be advertised here as and when they are available.

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Communications Assistant
Salary: £24,285-£27,929
Closing date: 2 April 2023
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The Communications Assistant, working directly with the Communications Manager, will undertake a wide range of duties which include elements of photography, audio-visual production, AV support, archiving, and preparing a mixture of internal and external communications and marketing. This is a new and exciting role supporting the expanding communications work of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

Interim Deputy Director (Part Time)
Salary: £58,284-£61,823 pro rata
Closing date: 3 April 2023
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Applications are invited for the role of Interim Deputy Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences. The appointment provides a superb opportunity for interacting with leading mathematical scientists from around the world.

The successful applicant will support the Director, Professor Ulrike Tillmann, in all matters connected with the academic work of the Institute. The Institute is renowned internationally for its residential visitor programmes that span the whole of the mathematical sciences. The Director and Deputy Director provide academic leadership, supported by a 25-strong team of staff in the Institute’s dedicated building located in the University’s Centre for Mathematical Sciences.

Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent in the mathematical sciences, broadly defined and should have an interest in and empathy with a broad range of mathematics and/or its applications.

Knowledge Exchange Coordinator
Salary: £32,348-£42,155
Closing date: 13 April 2023
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The Knowledge Exchange (KE) Coordinator, working directly with the Newton Gateway Manager, will promote the activities of the Newton Gateway to Mathematics through delivery of existing programmes, such as our Open for Business events, which are linked to the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences programmes, the Innovate UK Analysis for Innovators (A4I) programme and the EU-MATHS-IN network. The KE Coordinator will play a strong part in developing and growing new initiatives to increase stakeholder engagement.

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