|Salary:||£33,199 to £38,460 plus £3640 London weighting per annum|
|Placed On:||15th July 2019|
|Closes:||31st August 2019|
The University of Greenwich is investing in research across the institution. As part of this, we are recruiting two high-quality, independent early career research Fellows to partner existing research groups, who will develop their academic careers with us. Successful candidates will be appointed for a period of three years. Subject to satisfying performance criteria and budgetary constraints, it is anticipated that these Fellows will transition into academic posts at the end of the Fellowship period.
Institute of Lifecourse Development
As part of significant long-term plan to build internationally leading research and teaching in the Faculty, we are creating a new multi-professional and multidisciplinary Institute for Lifecourse Development. The Institute will work with our extensive network of external partners to focus our interdisciplinary expertise around the health, education and wellbeing of vulnerable and marginalised people in the community, be they children at risk, people with chronic illness, the aged, or people who are victimised or stigmatised. The Institute will be a key anchor resource where professionals, researchers and stakeholders from public, charitable and voluntary organisations can work together to develop effective and lifecourse solutions and tackle the grand challenges society faces though effective research, training and practice. As part of this, we have an exciting opportunity for four outstanding early career researchers to join us. The successful applicants will work with our existing staff to build on the interdisciplinary expertise in the faculty, particularly within the disciplines of Psychology, Health, Social Care and Education.
You will be working with a range of high-quality researchers under the leadership of Dr. Lesley Dibley, Dr. Sharon Weldon, Dr. Claire Monks and Professor Derek Moore (L.B.Dibley@gre.ac.uk; S.M.Weldon@gre.ac.uk; C.P.Monks@gre.ac.uk; D.G.Moore@gre.ac.uk)
We are specifically looking for researchers whose interests and expertise lie in areas relevant to health and/or workforce development and who would work closely with experienced colleagues in either of the two Centres below.
The Centre for Managing Disease, Aging and Chronic Conditions, (led by Dr. Lesley Dibley) where we already have research expertise in relation to arthritis, diabetes, IBD and Dementia, sports injuries and exercise interventions, nutrition interventions and cost-effectiveness of care and quality of life.
The Centre for Workforce Development (led by Dr. Sharon Weldon) brings together our expertise in integrative care pathways across professions, leadership skills, effective communication in education, healthcare and medical teams, effective pedagogy and career coaching.
Each Fellowship offers:
The Leaders Scheme is designed for early career researchers, and it is expected that candidates would normally have between three and six years post-doctoral experience. Candidates will be assessed on their track record relative to their career stage, personal aspirations and collaborative potential to the existing research excellence within the recruiting unit.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate:
How to apply
The application process is a two-stage one; (1) it requires you to contact your host Faculty/Department to discuss your research aspirations, and to (2) also complete a formal online application. You will be required to supply a research grant proposal in the format of a discipline-specific UKRI application.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview.
Further details: Job Description & Person Specification
We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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