|Salary:||£39,347 per annum|
|Placed On:||8th September 2023|
|Closes:||8th December 2023|
The Faculty of Arts, Design, and Social Sciences at Northumbria University is inviting expressions of interest from early-career researchers to collaborate on original, exciting, and high-quality research through the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship (2024).
The scheme offers funding for outstanding early-career researchers who have not held a full-time permanent post in a UK university. Fellowships are funded for three years, with research expenses of up to £6,000 p.a.
Our collegiate research environment supports a thriving cohort of early career academics, including those who have been supported by Leverhulme and are currently carrying out original research on an array of topics. The university has been awarded over £2.5M from Leverhulme since 2018 and we are looking to support new applications in the following departments:
Interested applicants should contact a member of staff to establish whether their research fits with our areas of expertise (profiles can be searched for on our Research Portal). Applicants need to clearly state the innovative aspects of their research and its relevance to the chosen department.
Important - Leverhulme do not fund studies of disease, illness and disabilities in humans and animals, research that is intended to inform clinical practice, or the development of medical or commercial applications. Research where advocacy is an explicit component or policy-driven research where the principal objective is to assemble an evidence base for policy initiatives, is also ineligible.
Full criteria is available on Leverhulme’s homepage; applicants should read this carefully as strict conditions apply, including:
Expression of Interest
EOIs should be submitted by email with the subject header “LVH-ECR 2024, Surname, Forename” to email@example.com by 18:00 on Friday, 8th December 2023.
Applications should be sent as a single, combined PDF document, and include:
Applicants can refer to the (Research Fellowships at Northumbria) webpage for further guidance and what we wish to see from expressions of interest.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted in January 2024 to work on a final application with support from our Research and Innovation Services team and a departmental research mentor before the submission deadline of 22 February 2024.
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