This is a great temporary opportunity to work on a high profile European
project alongside other RSC colleagues to March 2014. The RSC is part of a
three year Innovative Medicines Initiative project called Open PHACTS (please
visit the website With 28 partners, the consortium is
building a freely available platform, integrating pharmacological data from a
variety of information resources, and providing tools and services to question
this integrated data to support pharmacological research. The RSC's input into
the project is in the areas of cheminformatics and community engagement. This
opportunity is to carry out the community engagement responsibilities, in
conjunction with the other RSC colleagues, promoting and developing the
project's business plan with our consortium partners and associated partners.

Your core role will be to build the project's visibility and deliver the
project's community engagement and product development tasks. You will
coordinate the definition and implementation of the project development plan
and contribute to the business plan for post-project sustainability. You will
build strong interactions with the project's associate partners, and develop
and implement the project's communication plan in consultation with Richard
Kidd and project partners. This will involve creating publicity materials to
promote the project, and coordinating planned community workshops with project
partners and associated organisations.

For more information on the project, we recommend you look at the recent
description of the project through the Open PHACTS website (see related links,
below) and talk to Richard Kidd (01223 432344 - candidates only, no agencies
please) if you're interested.

**Essential Skills and qualifications**

  * A good honours degree in science (chemical science normally preferred).
  * Previous experience in STM publishing.
  * Developed communication and interpersonal skills.
  * Proven ability to work well within a team.
  * Good organisational and time-management skills are required together with the ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines.
  * Ability to learn and apply new technologies quickly and effectively.
**Desirable Skills and qualifications**

  * Demonstrates knowledge of and passion for the chemical sciences
  * Previous communications experience and conference attendance
Based in Cambridge, UK. Salary £27,052-£30,057. Temporary position to March
2014. Vacancy reference no. 12-108

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