Export Control Project Officer Visa Sponsorship

March 5, 2023
£32 - £42 / year

Job Description


This is a new project role to support the University in developing procedures, guidelines, and training materials related to the Nagoya Protocol, the National Security and Investment Act of 2021, and other relevant laws. The position will organize and take the lead on business as usual processes rollout and university-wide awareness raising.

Although it is anticipated that most of the work performed by those in these positions will take place in a research environment, their duties will also include assisting colleagues from throughout the University in all of its endeavors.

This is an exciting new position, and in order to succeed, you must:

Have knowledge of export control, the NSIA, and/or the Nagoya Protocol; have expertise directing the creation and implementation of new processes and procedures; and possess good interpersonal and communication skills with the capacity to engage, persuade, and forge relationships

Details of informal contacts Other casual contact information

Senior Contracts Manager, contact

Directorial position for inquiries: Research Services

Name of contact: Rob Glenn

Dr. Anne-Marie van Dodeweerd can be reached at

R. J. Glenn can be reached at reading.ac.uk.

A. van Dodeweerd can be reached at reading.ac.uk.

Interviews will take place on April 21, 2023.

All applications—including those from job seekers who need sponsorship to work in the UK—will be taken into consideration. Sponsorship under the Skilled Worker Route may be feasible based on the applicable SOC code for this role. Candidates should confirm that they can obtain the necessary number of points under the PBS. The UK Visas and Immigration Website has additional details about this.

The University is dedicated to creating an open and diverse workforce, endorses the Athena SWAN Charter for gender equality and the Racial Equality Charter, and is a Diversity Champion for Stonewall, the foremost LGBT+ rights organization. Applicants for part-time, flexible, and job-share arrangements are encouraged and will be taken into account in accordance with business demands.