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Research Assistant

The University of Edinburgh - College of Arts, Humanities and Soc Scis: Reid School of Music

Location: Edinburgh
Salary: £28,331 to £32,816
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 9th October 2019
Closes: 20th November 2019
Job Ref: 049944

As part of a Carnegie Trust funded project a Research Assistant position is available in the Reid School of Music, within the Edinburgh College of Art.

This post is available as a fixed-term position from the 6th January 2020 to the 17th of May 2020, and will be full-time.

The post holder will be working on the Carnegie-Trust-funded project ‘Towards a Prosopography of Church Musicians before the Reformation: Scottish Institutions’. Under the direction of the PI, Dr James Cook, and with other project partners, the Research Assistant will be undertaking archival research, and inputting data from this into the project database. The role is central to a new archival re-assessment of Scotland’s musical history before the reformation which seeks to bring together all the surviving archival details in an easily accessible and searchable database.

For further information, please contact the Research, Knowledge Exchange and Impact Office of the Edinburgh College of Art (

Salary: £28,331 - £32,816

Vacancy Ref: 049944

Closing Date: 20-NOV-2019 at 5pm GMT

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The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336.

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