FOR AUSTRALASIAN RESEARCH MANAGEMENT SOCIETY (ARMS) PROFESSIONAL LEVEL ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
APPLICATIONS CLOSE FOR WORKPACKAGES 2 and 3 ONLY
MONDAY THE 30TH OF NOVEMBER 2015
DETAILS AVAILABLE ON THE ARMS WEBSITE AT www.researchmanagement.org.au
The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) is an international organisation dedicated to the professional development of research managers and administrators, the promotion of the profession of research management and the enhancement of the research enterprise. The Society values a stronger, vibrant research sector in the region, high standards of research governance including the protection of integrity and ethics of research, and the profession of research management as integral to the research endeavour.
ARMS comprises over 2000 members from universities, medical research institutes, Commonwealth research agencies, State and federal government departments. It is structured into a number of Chapters, mainly based around Australian States but also New Zealand and Singapore –and includes Special Interest Groups convened around communities of specific research management issues.
Following a recent call, the Society is seeking additional tenders from interested persons to deliver Work Packages 2 and 3 only. These are described as follows:
WORK PACKAGE 2 – Development and Delivery of Elective Modules (for the following electives only)
Tenderers may apply for the delivery of one or more of the following electives under Work Package 2:
- Understanding international research funding programs and management of international programs;
- Evidence based analysis of research performance, including bibliometric analysis of publication data, strategic management of research performance, national and international ranking schemes;
- Development of institutional research talent; and
- Research Governance, focusing more on medical research institutes and research conducted in hospitals
WORK PACKAGE 3 – Group Moderator Package
A key element of Work Package 3 will be the coordination of on-going group learning activities. The Group Moderator will be expected to facilitate group discussions ensuring that all members of the cohort contribute to the group learning activity by ensuring that the group remains focused on the topic under discussion and by promoting lively interactions.
Applicants wishing to bid for the Work Packages 2 and 3 as described should complete a proposal form for each Work Package and provide supporting documentation which addresses all nominated criteria and submit to the ARMS Chief Operating Officer, Ms Maria Zollo firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.00pm Australian Eastern Summer Standard Time by 30 November 2015