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Research Associate - 64 Million Artists

64 Million Artists

Location: United Kingdom, Work from home
Salary: £20,000 per year
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 12th October 2021
Closes: 27th October 2021

About us

At 64 Million Artists we believe that everyone is creative and that when we are creative we can make positive change in our lives and in the world around us. Over the last 7 years we have mainly been working in 4 key areas:

  • Creative Challenge Programmes & Resources
  • Training & Development
  • Co-creation
  • Policy & Research

We are a team of 6 based across the South East and South West of England. We work predominantly remotely and deliver work across the UK. We are values-led and have a wide range of associates that help us deliver our work. The wellbeing of our team and associates is always central to the way that we work.

We are currently looking for a Research Associate to work with us to gather and analyse data on our existing work, help us to shape new research initiatives, and together co-create methodologies for helping investigate the impact of everyday creativity on individuals and communities over time.

The work

We are always keen to co-create briefs to draw on the strengths of everyone involved in our work. We would therefore take into consideration the Associate’s strengths and experience before finalising the brief for each year, ensuring the work was interesting and relevant to all of us and our strategic approach. However we expect the brief to include:

  • Designing and Delivering co-created research programmes with communities
  • Aggregating data from across existing projects to analyse for reporting
  • Developing an annual impact report (and quarterly research highlights)
  • Liaising with a number of external research partners
  • Presenting data at events and conferences

Fee: £20k per year for 3 years (the time this covers would be dependent on the person winning the contract but we imagine this covering between 50-100 days per year).

This work could be fulfilled by an individual, company or in association with a higher education institution. We are open to working with people in different ways to work with strengths of those tendering. We would collaborate with the individual/company/institution to define the brief and deliverables and how it is best delivered. Those tendering will likely have skills and experience in the following:

  • A range of research methodologies and practical field work
  • Knowledge and experience of co-creation practices
  • Experience of collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative data
  • Masters Degree, PhD or equivalent
  • Experience of co-creating a brief with a team and stakeholders
  • Facilitation of creative sessions or work with communities
  • Experience of conducting research with diverse communities

How to Tender

We have designed a few short questions for you to answer here. The word counts are guidance only but we appreciate you being succinct in your answers. The questions and application process are designed to minimise bias in the process and we will not require your full CV for this reason.

Please complete the tender questions by Wednesday 27th October at 12pm. Interviews are likely to be Thursday 4th November. For any further enquiries please contact Jo Hunter, Co-Founder and CEO -

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