|Salary:||£35,845 to £40,322 per annum (pro-rata) (Level 7)|
|Placed On:||1st June 2021|
|Closes:||28th June 2021|
We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Associate to make a leading contribution to a project 'Inventing reproductive rights: Sex, bodies and population, 1945-1995’ working with Dr Maud Bracke. This is an AHRC Leadership Fellowship, Grant Ref: AH/V008420/1.
Candidates should be qualified to SCQF level 12 (PhD) or alternatively possess the equivalent in professional qualifications and experience, with experience of personal development in a similar or related role(s), along with a comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of current issues and future directions within the wider subject area. They will have a track record of research on social or gender history of communist Eastern Europe in the second half of the 20th Century, with specific expertise in either the German Democratic Republic or Yugoslavia.
The Research Associate will be expected to relocate to Glasgow for the duration of their employment, while also undertaking international research trips. Any further enquiries on this post may be directed to Dr Maud Bracke, Maud.Bracke@glasgow.ac.uk.
This post is part time (0.8 FTE) with funding for 12 months. The anticipated start date for the successful candidate is 5 January 2022.
For more information and to apply online: https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=056594
Closing Date 28 June 2021
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