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PSP Coordinator

Antibiotic Research UK
Closing date
1 Jul 2024

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Health & Medical
Part Time
Contract Type
Specialist / Consultant

Job Details

Antibiotic Research UK is looking for a part-time PSP Coordinator to run the day-to-day administration of the Complex Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) James Lind Alliance (JLA) Priority-Setting Partnership (PSP).  They will work closely with the PSP Lead and the Steering Group.  Tasks include organising Steering Group meetings, writing and following up on action notes, maintaining the PSP contacts database, managing communications with stakeholders and the community, organising the priority setting workshop and being the first port of call for enquiries.  The PSP Coordinator may assist the PSP Lead in preparing a website, using social media to publicise the PSP, producing and publicising the survey and downloading the survey results ready for the Information Specialist.  

This is an exciting project that will set the direction for complex UTI research at the charity and internationally. The role is a great opportunity for an experienced administrator to join the team and help deliver a project that brings together clinicians and people with lived experience of a complex UTI to shape future research.

This role involves 1-2 days a week for the life of the project, with some periods being busier than others.   For more information, please see the Job Description, Person Specification and Background Document.

To apply, please send a CV and a supporting statement of no more than two sides of A4 (explaining your motivation for applying and how you meet the requirements of the person specification) to quoting PSP Coordinator role.

Closing date for applications: Monday 1st July 2024 at 5.00pm.

Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place on 9th and 10th July 2024.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Antibiotic Research UK’s PSP Lead, Emma Dennett on



A group of leading UK university and company scientists and clinicians, all with an interest in antibiotic resistance, had been meeting informally on a regular basis to establish what can be done to kick start antibiotic drug development.

Drawn from some of the country’s leading universities, the network known as Antibiotic Discovery UK founded and chaired by Professor Anthony Coates, Professor of Medical Microbiology, St Georges, University of London agreed following a proposal from Professor Colin Garner during a meeting early in 2014 that a new charity should be created to tackle the antibiotic resistance challenge. The charity’s name was decided by competition and a student at the University of Oxford won the prize for the best name ‘Antibiotic Research UK’ (ANTRUK). The Charity was registered with the Charity Commission in July 2014 (registered charity no 1157884) and the first AGM was held on Monday 18 August 2014 at the Royal York Hotel, York.

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