Research Assistant (Social Justice)

Sheffield Hallam University - Department of Law and Criminology

Home to the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, the Department of Law and Criminology is an award winning department with an international reputation for the quality of our research and teaching. Our staff collaborate with other researchers locally, nationally and internationally on social justice themes such as desistance and recovery, criminal justice institutions and socio-legal research.

We are looking for an experienced research assistant to work across a range of funded projects based in the centre. You will be responsible for data collection, disseminating information, interviewing and data entry work.

You should be qualified to degree level in a relevant social science, legal or medical subject. This should be supported by experience of applied social research, ideally with some experience of working with vulnerable groups such as substance users or offenders.

For non-EU applicants, we won't be able to provide a certificate of sponsorship/visa for this job.

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