Research analyst (multiple vacancies), London
Trilateral Research Ltd
|Salary:||Salary offered will be commensurate with experience|
|Placed on:||31st January 2017|
|Closes:||30th March 2017|
Trilateral Research Ltd, is a leading London-based multi-disciplinary research, consulting and technology development services company. Our teams collaborate across social sciences and technology development, deriving insights that support data driven innovation. We deliver bespoke, multi-disciplinary services to clients in the public and private sectors (including European Commission-funded H2020 innovation projects).
Trilateral is looking to recruit a set of research analysts.
The successful candidate(s) will have expertise in one or more of these data-related fields:
- Issues associated with the social impacts of open data, data analytics, big data, open government and eGovernment.
- Issues of privacy, trust, surveillance, risk, impact assessments and security as they pertain to cutting-edge innovative developments in new and emerging data technologies.
- Skills and expertise in conducting impact assessments, including; privacy and ethical impact assessments, socio-economic impact assessment, risk assessments, etc.
The post-holder will be expected to liaise with project partners across the EU and internationally and to deliver high quality research and project outputs in a collaborative and supportive research-intensive environment.
Specific job responsibilities include:
- Performing research work related to current projects, writing reports or sections of reports and developing other deliverables as required to fulfil contractual obligations.
- Researching and writing content for grant proposals and tender submissions.
- Writing content for peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, as part of projects, or as an outgrowth from projects.
- Attending and/or presenting at conferences and workshops, involving occasional travel outside the UK.
- Provide support for broader team activities, including social media activities, web updates, client management, etc.
- Candidates will have or be near to completing a PhD and have research experience related to data-driven innovation, security, privacy, data protection and other issues (mentioned above) in relation to new and emerging technologies.
- Candidates should have very strong, demonstrable writing skills and preferably will have already published papers in peer-reviewed journals.
- Candidates should be based in the UK.
References are required, and salary offered will be commensurate with experience. When you submit your enquiry, please include your salary requirements.
Interviews are taking place as and when so please ensure you apply now as the position is to be filled as soon as possible.
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