This is an exciting opportunity to join a committed team of health promotion researchers who have an internationally recognised and long-established history of excellence in research. Your role will be to provide assistance in all aspects of research including the management and administration of research projects in the field of Health Promotion research within the School of Health and Community Studies.
We are investing in our research capacity and wish to appoint a Research Assistant to join our busy and dynamic team of staff. This varied role will include responsibility for the day to day co-ordination of research within the School as well as in collaboration with external parties. This includes literature searching on specified topics and assistance with the development of research proposals and funding applications. Your role will also include quantitative and qualitative data collection, data management and analysis and contribution to the writing of project reports, as well as involvement with policy and practice workshops.
You will be able to work to a flexible schedule, have strong computer skills including knowledge of MS Office; and excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will be able to demonstrate that you are very attentive to detail, very well organized, very responsible; capable of team work and show a willingness to learn new skills in line with project demands.
If you wish to discuss this appointment please contact the Director of the Centre for Health Promotion Research, Dr Louise Warwick-Booth, firstname.lastname@example.org or Head of Subject Dr James Woodall email@example.com
Closing Date: Thursday 26 April 2018 (Midnight)
For further information and to apply please visit: https://tinyurl.com/ychmq6aq
Working here means you’ll also have access to a wide range of benefits including our generous pension schemes, excellent holiday entitlements, flexible working, reduced study fees, subsidised fitness facilities and a lot more.
We welcome applications from all individuals and particularly from black and minority ethnic candidates as members of these groups are currently under-represented at this level of post. All appointments will be based on merit.