Supporting both the Associate Dean, Research and International (AD-RI) and the Associate Dean, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (AD-IE), and reporting to the Manager, Research, the incumbent’s primary objective is to advance the Faculty’s strategic research interests through the production of professional, effective, and technically-oriented research copy. The incumbent is responsible for writing, reviewing, editing, and coordinating a wide range of materials in support of Faculty of Mathematics research initiatives; specifically, they will prepare research proposals, award nominations, technical materials, letters of support, and copy for web- and print-based promotional items.
Coordinate, write, review, and edit research proposals to advance the Faculty’s strategic research initiatives
Establish procedures and guidelines for preparation and submission of research proposals to meet internal and external deadlines
Research and write faculty-based research reports and documents that profile Mathematics research
Contribute to strategic initiatives in the Mathematics’ research portfolio.
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