Required part time, until 30/09/20 to provide support to Dr Olumide Adisa on key domestic abuse projects, the Domestic Abuse Research Network (DARNet) and other funded research projects in the Suffolk Institute for Social and Economic Research (SISER) within the Research Directorate undertaking literature reviews, fieldwork, data analysis and report writing.
SISER adopts a cross-disciplinary approach and works with national governments, local authorities, charities and private sector companies. We offer substantial research experience, cutting-edge expertise, a focus on delivering high impact findings, which make a difference, and a passion for designing robust, efficient solutions. Our research plays a vital role in our University’s aim to make a big impact on our community, discovering new insights and potentially reaching world-changing conclusions. We closely work with our external partners to deliver the compelling research methodologies and robust evaluations. The role will suit you if you have experience in domestic violence agencies or working with vulnerable groups as well as a strong research interest.
This position is temporary until the end of September 2020, working 2 days per week (0.4 fte).
Informal enquiries regarding the role should be directed to Olumide Adisa via firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01473 338760
Closing date: Friday 18th October 2019, midday
Interview date: Tuesday 29th October 2019
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