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About the Role  

The Scientific Services Manager will be responsible for managing the consistent, high-quality service provision particularly in the production and supply of animals, the provision of skilled technical services and training programmes as well as the data systems in place for delivery of these.  This role will supervise a number of teams as well as be engaged in the recruitment and development of professional staff. The Manager will build trusted and durable relationships and use their scientific knowledge to effectively liaise and communicate with research staff and other key stakeholders, both internal and external to the University.

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