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Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Employer
UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH
Location
Greenwich, United Kingdom
Salary
£43,155 to £52,841 plus £4069 London weighting per annum
Closing date
7 Jan 2024

Faculty of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Location: Greenwich Campus
Salary: £43,155 to £52,841 plus £4069 London weighting per annum
Contract Type: Fixed Term - 2 years fixed term
Release Date: Tuesday 28 November 2023
Closing Date: Sunday 07 January 2024
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: 4112-E

We are looking to recruit two Senior Research Fellows in the Institute for Lifecourse Development (ILD). One of the Senior Research Fellows will support the Centre for Inequalities and one will support the Centre for Vulnerable Children and Families. As such, the applicants’ interests and expertise should lie in areas relevant to one of the two Centres.

The ILD is an interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Greenwich, which provides an innovative, effective environment to support research and knowledge exchange, as recognised in REF2021.

Applicants should have a PhD in Psychology, Education or relevant discipline, recognition within the academic community for their specific discipline, an appropriate track record of winning external funding and publishing high-quality publications, experience of working with external partners, and commitment to working with colleagues to develop genuinely innovative approaches to research, knowledge exchange and practice. Along with the application, candidates must supply a research grant proposal in the format of a discipline-specific UKRI application (https://www.ukri.org/apply-for-funding/). This proposal must align with the interests of the Centre for Inequalities or the Centre for Vulnerable Children and Families.

The roles are available immediately. 

The ILD has seven Centres (details available at https://www.gre.ac.uk/institute-lifecourse-development) bringing together research and practitioner staff to foreground, consolidate and grow cross-professional and cross-disciplinary work, developing impactful lifecourse focused research and knowledge exchange activities to directly resonate with our stakeholders, communities and partners, through addressing societal challenges. 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact the Deputy Director of the ILD Prof. Claire Monks, C.P.Monks@greenwich.ac.uk; or Prof. Sofia Stathi, Lead of the Centre for Inequalities, S.Stathi@greenwich.ac.uk . For recruitment related queries please contact People Directorate Operations Team at peopleoperationsfehhs@greenwich.ac.uk

To apply, please visit the University of Greenwich vacancies page Current Vacancies - Jobs at Greenwich

Further details of the fantastic benefits and what we offer can be found here: Our benefits - what we offer | Jobs and careers | University of Greenwich and information on the university’s working principles: Working Principles and Guidelines | Documents | University of Greenwich

Employment Visa: Under the UK Government Points Based System scheme this role does meet the criteria to be sponsored for a Skilled Worker Route application. 

Academic Career Pathways

We are making significant strides to understand and continuously improve our employees’ experience and we are committed to implementing progressive diversity talent management.

We are committed to building a strong, diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We particularly encourage applications from [protected characteristic(s)], who are currently under-represented within the University of Greenwich at these levels/within these areas.

We do this through taking positive action such as encouraging applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled and LGBT+ people. As part of our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Time to Change Employer Pledge/Mentally Healthy Universities, we are committed to promoting and supporting the physical and mental health of all our staff, and removing barriers to improve inclusion. 

We encourage applicants to disclose experience of mental health problems so we can support them fully during our recruitment process and make any necessary reasonable adjustments. Any information disclosed will be kept confidential and separate from the job application form.

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