|Salary:||£28,756 to £33,309 pro rata. Grade G|
|Placed On:||14th January 2022|
|Closes:||31st January 2022|
Location: City Site
Fixed Term until 31st January 2026
Equity in Doctoral Education through Partnership and Innovation (EDEPI) will improve access and participation for racialised groups to postgraduate research (PGR), across Nottingham Trent, Sheffield Hallam and Liverpool John Moores Universities. The programme of work will target recruitment, admissions and transition as critical points of systemic inequality in doctoral education. Key deliverables include: the development and implementation of a new, work-based partnership approach to PGR recruitment which will be piloted with NHS partners in the cities of Nottingham, Sheffield and Liverpool; the co-production of a novel competency-based PGR admissions framework through national consultation with major stakeholders, in partnership with the UK Council for Graduate Education and the delivery of a large-scale pilot and evaluation of the new framework; and the development and delivery of a bespoke coaching programme, co-created between researcher developers at the three universities and Grit Breakthrough Programmes educational charity for postgraduate researchers from racialised groups, supervisors, and professional service staff. Evaluation is a core part of the programme and comprises extensive quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis related to engagement, participation, application numbers, admissions and progression to gain a rich understanding of the efficacy of programme and the resultant impact.
Equity in Doctoral Education through Partnership and Innovation is funded through the Office for Students and Research England’s funding to improve black, Asian and minority ethnic students’ access to postgraduate research
Job purpose: To support the programme team and programme partners to provide appropriate data to allow for full monitoring and evaluation of the EDEPI programme. The role holder is responsible for the collection, storage and maintenance of data to allow thorough manipulation to inform practice, research and reporting back to the funding bodies. You will also be required to provide analysis and interpretation of data for a range of audiences.
N.B. The post-holder may be required to undertake any other duties which may reasonably be required as within the nature of the duties and responsibilities of the post as defined, subject to the proviso that normally any changes of a permanent nature shall be incorporated into the job description in specific terms.
Special requirements: Travel may be required to UK events.
Interview Date: 10th February 2022
If you have queries about this role, please contact: Dr Rebekah Smith McGloin, Director, Doctoral School and Research Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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