|Salary:||Full time starting salary is normally in the range £32,348 to £42,155, with potential progression once in post to £44,737. Grade 7: Posting (743)|
|Placed On:||24th November 2022|
|Closes:||15th December 2022|
Fixed Term Contract up to December 2022
We are recruiting a full-time Research Fellow to provide maternity cover for a post working on ‘Care transitions’ as part of the ESRC Centre for Care, https://centreforcare.ac.uk/. The role will include:
You will be interested in generating impact from our research, and getting involved in our Centre-wide activities such as theory building workshops, capacity building events, co-production and user voice forums.
The Centre for Care is a new research centre established following a highly competitive process run by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The Centre is led by investigators in five universities, three major charities and the Office for National Statistics, and will work in close partnership with a large network of partners and leading international research teams, co-producing its research with people who need care, carers, care workers and others. More details about the Centre are available here: https://centreforcare.ac.uk/
As the successful candidate, you will have experience of undertaking social care research at PhD level or beyond. You will have a PhD (completed or close to completion) in a social science subject (or equivalent experience). You will have designed and undertaken qualitative research and have experience of writing high quality peer reviewed publications. You will be committed to working co-productively with non-academic stakeholders including people with lived experience of social care, and to building impactful research.
You will be based in the ESRC Centre for Care team in the University of Birmingham’s School of Social Policy. We are committed to research that makes a difference to policy, to practice and to people’s lives. Along with other research staff in the Centre for Care, you will spend 10% of your time on impact activities and 10% on Centre-wide activities: theory building workshops, capacity building events, co-production, and user voice forums.
We value diversity and inclusion at the University of Birmingham and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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