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Research Assistant - Grade 6

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences - Institute of Population Health - Department of Primary Care and Mental Health

Location: Liverpool
Salary: £30,503 to £35,333
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 22nd November 2022
Closes: 13th December 2022
Job Ref: 051947

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated qualitative/mixed method researcher to join a multi-disciplinary team, called the Fylde Coast Research Consortium, aiming to mobilise community assets, unite stakeholders, and facilitate cross-sector partnerships to address health disparities on the Fylde Coast and in other coastal communities. The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have funded the development work of building a research consortium and we will focus on 1) deepening understanding of multiple drivers of deprivation and related service provisions/interventions across coastal communities; 2) exploring different collaborative models for integrating co-production into health systems improvement by coproducing ideas for an integrated place-based care model with local people to solve local problems; 3) exploring how our co-produced model may improve cross-sector partnerships on the Fylde Coast and benefit other coastal communities, i.e. by linking up with Hastings in East Sussex.

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented researcher to work with partners from NHS, Local Authority, Community, Faith, and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sectors, along with academic partners from the Universities of Liverpool and Brighton. Our team brings together expertise by experience and by disciplines, including arts and humanities, psychology, health economics, public health, and mental health research. The successful candidate will join a strong and supportive multi-disciplinary team and will work closely with key stakeholders on the Fylde Coast to 1) undertake a rapid consultative review into key drivers of ill health and relevant interventions in coastal communities; 2) carry out a mapping exercise of existing service providers and collection of data for social network analysis; 3) contribute to the analysis of transcripts originating from co-production groups. We are looking for a researcher who is interested in health inequalities, public health, integrated health systems, and co-production with a background in social science, psychology, health research or a related subject. The post-holder should have experience in qualitative or mixed methods research conducted in health and social care settings and should be interested in training further in this area. The role will require the post-holder to travel between the University of Liverpool and the Fylde Coast, and across the Fylde Coast. You should have Masters degree in health research, public health, social sciences, psychology, or a related discipline. The post is available on a fixed-term basis for 9 months, during which further funding applications will be developed and submitted. Job share will be considered.

For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk

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