HEIF Research Fellow

University of Greenwich - Faculty of Education and Health

Part Time Hours: 0.6 fte

The Faculty of Education and Health is seeking a talented research fellow to support faculty projects funded by the Higher Education Initiative Fund (HEIF) and to work with staff across the faculty to develop new research and enterprise. The research fellow will also work with the Director of Research and Enterprise on identifying and supporting public engagement and impact arising out of faculty projects. We are looking for applicants with evidence of successful publishing, forming and supporting networks and attracting funding. Research and enterprise in the faculty includes work in Education, Health, Social Care, Social Policy and Psychology and involves partners in the voluntary and statutory sectors. The successful applicant will work across the faculty and will be expected to be skilled researcher in one of more of these disciplines with significant experience of the application of research, working independently and supporting others. 

This is an exciting opportunity to join a faculty committed to growing research and enterprise and to contribute to the development of new and existing projects. We are particularly keen to attract applicants with advanced knowledge and experience of, project management, enterprise, research methodologies and sound methodological skills; the ability to work effectively a research team is essential.

Interview date: TBC

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

To apply, please go to: https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx. Applications should be returned by 5pm on TBC.

Informal enquiries may be made Professor Pam Maras P.F.Maras@gre.ac.uk

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