|Salary:||£33,309 to £40,927 per annum|
|Placed On:||10th November 2021|
|Closes:||8th December 2021|
The Mental Health and Addiction Research Group (MHARG) at Hull York Medical School and the Department of Health Sciences, University of York, is looking to appoint a Research Associate to play a leading role in a newly funded research study called Behavioural Activation for Low mood and anxiety in Male NHS frontline workers: The BALM programme, funded by Movember. The post-holder will be part of a large and successful academic group with a strong track record in applied health research.
We are looking for a researcher with experience of health services research who has previously supported multi-disciplinary work at a complex University setting. The overarching aim of the BALM programme is to develop, deliver and evaluate a gender-sensitised behavioural activation programme as an early intervention for low mood and anxiety in male frontline NHS workers.
Condition of Employment
This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. Consequently, all applicants will be asked to declare both unspent and spent convictions on their application form. Appointment of the successful candidate will be conditional on a Disclosure and Barring Service check
The main purpose of the role is to manage the day-to-day delivery of the BALM research project by facilitating, contributing to, and monitoring research activities, including supervising the work of others and providing expert advice and guidance. Key duties will include: data collection; analysis and interpretation of research data; use of appropriate research techniques and methods (qualitative and quantitative); writing up of research results and dissemination through publications, seminar and conference presentations and public engagement and outreach activities; contributing to the identification of possible new areas of research
The work will be undertaken with support from other members of the multidisciplinary team and under the supervision Principal Investigators, Professor Paul Galdas at the University of York and Professor Dean McMillan at Hull York Medical School.
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
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