Athena SWAN Project Coordinator, Centre Of Aerospace & Physiological Sciences (CHAPS)

Job Description

The Athena SWAN initiative is an equality agenda and framework in higher education, to support gender equality and advance the careers of women in research and academia. King's College London and the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion for all staff and students. Within the Centre of Aerospace & Physiological Sciences (CHAPS), a part of the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, the role holder will support colleagues to implement and progress on actions around equality, diversity and inclusion, including collecting and analysing staff and student survey data, producing case studies and organising the summer family day. A key focus of the role will be to prepare an Athena SWAN Award application to submit to the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU), which will evidence the impact of initiatives undertaken and outline activities planned for the next three years. Key responsibilities include:

1. Project managing Athena SWAN activities, action plan and the awards application.
2. Working with the King's diversity & inclusion leads and teams to ensure initiatives are implemented.
3. Analysing and presenting quantitative and qualitative data for the application and action plan.
4. Drafting sections of the application and action plan.
5. Sharing good practice with other divisions involved in Athena SWAN within King's College London.

For more information about Athena SWAN in CHAPS, visit its webpage:
For more information about Athena SWAN and the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU), visit its webpage:

Good standard of education to degree level or equivalent.

To be successful in this role, you will have:

1. Effective written and verbal communication skills.
2. Experience with managing or supporting projects.
3. Ability to analyse and present quantitative and qualitative data.
4. A co-do attitude and solution driven approach.
5. Interest in equality, diversity & inclusion.

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