|Salary:||£32,348 to £42,155 p.a. Grade 7|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||2nd February 2023|
|Closes:||23rd February 2023|
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
Hours: Full Time or two 50% Part Time posts are available
Contract Type: Fixed Term contract up to March 2025
Closes: 23rd February 2023
Due to the nature of the project and funding for this role, the successful candidate should start on 01 April 2023, or as close to this date as their notice period permits.
We are looking for a Research Fellow to work with the cross-disciplinary team at the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing at the University of Birmingham. One of the responsibilities will be to work with project co-leads on a on an externally funded project. The aim of the project is to evaluate a remote DA (domestic abuse) service which provides DA survivors with a free legal advice within 48 hours after the traumatic incident. This project involves a multidisciplinary team and requires knowledge of process, impact and economic evaluation.
Brief outline of Main duties
The research fellow will work with members of the Centre on developing collaborative projects and on discrete tasks related to the funded evaluation project as well as supporting the project more broadly. This will involve developing, planning and executing project activities, conducting both quantitative and qualitative research and then analysing and interpreting the research findings and results.
For the funded project, responsibilities will include:
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