Four vacancies at KTN: Rail (closing 6th Feb), Agri-Food: Crops (closing 31st January), and two in our International team (both closing 11th January).

KTN has four open positions at present, with posts in agri-food, rail, and international development.

We are a diverse employer and welcome applications from all backgrounds. All of these posts can be home based, with some travel expected (KTN will cover travel expenses).

Details of current posts available:

 

Knowledge Transfer Manager – Development and International Programmes
Location: Office based in London, or working from home with frequent visits to the London office and significant UK and overseas travel expected.
Salary: £37,737 to £48,937pa (depending on experience)
Applications close: 11 January 2020
Line manager: Nee-Joo Teh – head of International and Development
To view the job description, click here.

 

Project Support Manager – International Programmes
Location: Home or office based at London, with a requirement for UK and potential overseas travel.
Salary: £26,000 to £34,000 p.a. (depending on experience)
Applications close: 11 January 2020
Line manager: Nee-Joo Teh – head of International and Development
To view the job description, click here.

 

Knowledge Transfer Manager – Agri-Food Crops Sector
Location: Home-based, or Edinburgh/London if office working is preferred
Salary: £45,000 Р£53,000 (depending on experience)
Applications close: 31 January 2020
Line manager: David Telford – head of Agri-Food
To view the job description, click here.

 

Knowledge Transfer Manager – Rail
This post sits within our Transport team.
Location: Home or office-based with some UK travel expected. KTN hub offices are in London, Harwell and Edinburgh.
Salary: £37,737 to £49,792 (depending on experience)
Applications close: 06 February 2020
Line manager: Michelle Carter – head of Transport
To view the job description, click here.

 

Application is by cover letter and CV, to be sent to recruitment@ktn-uk.org.

For full details of each post, see our jobs page.

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