|Salary:||£39,745 to £44,737 per annum, pro-rata|
|Placed On:||26th January 2023|
|Closes:||8th February 2023|
Responsible for supporting the activities of the Centering Black Scholarship in STEM Research and Equitable Access to Funding programme. The programme seek to break down barriers to Black academics/students/researchers accessing research funding within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. The programme seeks to address the issue of access to funding by convening and surveying groups of Black academics about their experience, then forming workshops to discuss the problems associated with funding in the UK and finally to address the writing and supporting of proposals submitted to the funding council(s).
What will you be doing?
You should apply if
You have a commitment to tackling systemic racism, along with lived and professional experience to support the programme through a series of workshops with key institutions. You are able to manage your own workload and competing priorities to deliver all elements of the role as well as planning and organising project activities, to ensure that deadlines are met, and deliverables are produced on time.
The role has funding in place until 31.01.2024.
It is anticipated interviews will be held 2 weeks following the closing date.
For any informal enquiries please contact Prof. Steve Eichhorn – email@example.com or Simon Glasser – S.Glasser@bristol.ac.uk
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