Keele University Science and Innobation Business Park are recruiing a Science and Innovation Park Manager,
The job outline is detailed below. Further information including the job description can be accessed below.
Job title Science and Innovation Park Manager
Job reference KU00000543
Date posted 18/07/2017
Application closing date 03/08/2017
Location Keele University Campus Salary Grade 6, Starting salary £26,052 Job category/type Administration and Reception Services Job description
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