|Salary:||£41,987 to £46,668 per annum|
|Placed On:||27th March 2023|
|Closes:||14th April 2023|
Goldsmiths, University of London is a world-leading centre of educational excellence where ground-breaking research meets innovative teaching and thinking. We're looking for inspiring and talented people to help build on our global reputation while also growing personally in a true learning organisation.
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Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies
The Department offers an exciting range of pre-qualifying, qualifying and post-qualifying professional programmes across three disciplinary areas: social work, therapeutic studies and community work.
We are proud of our longstanding commitment to addressing issues of social injustice in our teaching and the range of opportunities we offer for work-based learning across London and the Southeast.
The activities of the Department are underpinned by a vibrant, research culture which uses a range of methodologies to critically analyse policy and practice in our professional disciplines. We believe that, in choosing to study with us, you will greatly benefit from the wealth of experience of our staff and their commitment to ensuring that you will leave us as a reflective, research minded professional.
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Project and role summary
Reporting to: Director of Research
The post holder will primarily work with the Director of Research towards developing and maintaining an inclusive research culture for the Department, which facilitates collaborative and innovative research. Inclusive of this is the support of the Research Centres and Units in the Department: Faiths & Civil Society Unit; Centre for Community Engagement Research, as well as the Departmental Research Ethics Committee.
The post holder will also spend time conducting on research activities on different grants, as well as own grant related activities. The post holder will need to be confident in collaborating with a range of project stakeholders and researchers in the Department, while proficiency in the use of software for data management and analysis is essential. Further, the post holder will be expected to contribute to different project outputs where they have been involved, including leading on academic journal papers, project reports, policy briefs and presentations of project findings to academic and non-academic audiences.
The post holder will be supported by the Department to develop their knowledge, skills and expertise, and their research profile. It is expected that they will be involved in our mentoring activities, as appropriate, as well as contributing to the support of research students.
We are seeking a motivated professional, with an established track record of working in a research environment. Flexible and versatile, the post-holder will have proven communication, collaboration and numeracy skills. S/he/they will be adept at working collaboratively with others as part of a team, as well as taking responsibility for the delivery of particular tasks and functions.
Please see full description in attached Job Summary and Person Specification.
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