|Salary:||£28,929 to £35,308 per annum|
|Placed On:||17th March 2023|
|Closes:||2nd April 2023|
A Research Assistant post is available to participate in STOP deliverables.
You will be joining a friendly and dynamic team of multidisciplinary researchers and academics working at the cutting edge of public health research.
About the role
This is a varied position, providing many opportunities for skills growth and training. However, core elements of the role will include creating an index for tracking data collection and collecting data for a project exploring corporate use of language, reviewing questionnaire/survey data, and playing a supporting role in the delivery of workshops at the University of Bath.
This role is offered on a full time (36.5 hours per week) fixed term basis with an expected end date of 02/10/2023 to cover for maternity.
Experience of using corpus linguistic software (eg. SketchEngine), would be desirable however, is not a requirement.
You must have no previous work for or with the tobacco industry or organisations or individuals financially linked to the tobacco industry. To avoid potential conflicts of interests and to ensure compliance with Article 5.3 of the FCTC, applicants are therefore asked to declare any current or previous occupational activity with any tobacco, e-cigarette, e-liquid or vaping company or those receiving financial contributions from these industries, whether gainful or not.
Tobacco Control Research at the University of Bath
The Tobacco Control Research Group, one of the University of Bath’s leading research groups, is a multi-disciplinary group directed by Professor Gilmore. Globally recognised for its research on the tobacco industry, it is a dynamic, multidisciplinary, award-winning research group.
In 2012, the TCRG established an innovative knowledge exchange platform, www.TobaccoTactics.org a unique resource, providing rigorous academic research and monitoring data on the tobacco industry and its allies. The site attracts thousands of users from across the world including researchers, policy makers, journalists and advocates.
STOP is a global tobacco industry watchdog whose mission is to expose the tobacco industry tactics that undermine public health. Comprised of a network of academic and public health organisations, STOP researches and monitors the tobacco industry, shares intelligence to counter its tactics, and exposes its misdeeds to a global audience. STOP is funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies as part of the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use (BI).
For informal discussions about the role please contact Allen Gallagher on email@example.com or Lisa Adlington on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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