UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

Research Associate - School for Policy Studies

Location
Bristol (GB)
Salary
£32,548 - £36,613 per annum
Posted
09 Oct 2017
End of advertisement period
19 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Research Associate

Job number: ACAD102923
Division/School: School for Policy Studies
Contract type: Fixed term contract staff
Working pattern: Full time
Salary: £32548 - £36613 per annum

Location: Bristol, UK
 
We are seeking a Research Associate to assist in a pilot study to inform the design of an evaluation of a new children’s social care intervention. 
 
‘Hear and Now’ is a new therapeutic support service provided by the NSPCC to children and young people about whom professionals have concerns about possible sexual abuse. 
 
The University of Bristol is working in partnership with NSPCC to undertake early stage research into how ‘Hear and Now’ is currently working, and how it could be evaluated at scale in the future.
 
You should have research experience in a social science or social work area with children and young people; knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methods; well-developed analytical skills and excellent interviewing skills and observational skills.  It is essential that you have a post-graduate qualification, or equivalent level qualification, in a relevant discipline e.g. social work, psychology, social research methods.
 
The post is fixed term until 30 March 2018. 
 
For informal enquiries please contact Professor Geraldine Macdonald (email: geraldine.macdonald@bristol.ac.uk or tel: +44 (0)117 954 6729).

To apply, please click on the Apply button to be redirected to our website, enter the vacancy number into the job search and follow the link to the online application process.

The closing date for applications is 11:59pm on Thursday 19th October 2017. Interviews are expected to be held as soon as possible after the closing date.
 
The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.