|Salary:||£28,762 to £35,333 per annum, pro rata depending on skills and experience (minimum £32,348 with relevant PhD)|
|Placed On:||22nd March 2023|
|Closes:||12th April 2023|
Location: UK Other
Interview date: To be confirmed
Applicants are invited for an exciting research project to develop a digital intervention for caregivers (parents, carers, guardians) of infants to inform them about responsive feeding. The person appointed will be expected to co-ordinate and support the Caregivers Responsive Infant Feeding Behaviours (CRIB) research project. This project will apply behaviour change techniques with caregivers and healthcare professionals (COM-B) to co-produce a Reusable Learning Object (RLO. This project, led by Dr Sarah Redsell (Principal Investigator) and is funded by the NIHR-RfPB.
Specifically, the person appointed will: undertake day-to-day project management; liaise with the PI, co-investigators and the Patient Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) group to coordinate and deliver the study; provide updates to co-investigators, prepare, co-ordinate and co-facilitate the workshops, help analyse the data, and support drafting reports and outputs as part of the dissemination plan. The person appointed will be expected to help recruit caregivers, including those from socially deprived and/or BAME backgrounds to participate in the project.
The person appointed will become a member of the Children and Young People’s Health Research Centre (CYPHR). They will have the opportunity to use their initiative and creativity to identify areas for research, develop research methods and extend their research portfolio.
This is a fixed-term post available immediately until 31st July 2024. Hours of work are part-time (21.75 hours per week over 3 days).
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Sarah Redsell, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.
It is a condition of this post that satisfactory enhanced disclosure is obtained from the 'Disclosure and Barring Service'.
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