|£37,099 to £42,978 per annum, pro rata if part time. Research Fellow I
|5th December 2023
|4th January 2024
Hours: Part time hours considered up to a maximum of 0.5 FTE / 18.26 hours per week.
Requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Contract: Fixed term until 31 January 2026 (approximately 2 years depending on start date)
Closing date: 04 January 2024. Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected Interview date: To be confirmed.
Expected start date: 15 January 2024 or soon after then.
The Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex Business School are seeking to appoint a Research Fellow in Policies Transforming Food Systems to work with Dr Katerina Psarikidou on a 5-year project, called FoodsEqual, which is funded by the UKRI ‘Transforming Food Systems’ Strategic Priorities fund and commenced in February 2021. The project has a strong Policy Research strand, which this post is requested to support. Aim of the policy research strand is to work with policy, industry and local communities in order to map, analyse, assess, co-design and inform policies for transforming the UK’s food system in more inclusive and socio-environmentally just ways.
The project builds on a strong collaboration between the Universities of Reading, Sussex, Plymouth, Cranfield and Kent, plus numerous partners from community and civil society organisations, the food sector and the policy world. Based on the principles of research co-production, the project is envisioned to provide citizens of socio-culturally diverse communities with choice and agency over the food they consume, the chains through which they access their food, and the policy frameworks that are needed to support the vision of a more inclusive and socio-environmentally just agrifood system for all.
The Research Fellow will
Please contact Dr Katerina Psarikidou (email@example.com) for informal enquiries.
For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page
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