Contract: Permanent, full time, 35 hours
Salary: £22,500 to £24,200 dependent on experience
Location: Flexible – good access to transport links required
Closing Date: We are considering applications on a rolling basis until Sunday 7 November 2021. We may close this role when a suitable applicant is found.
Research & Analysis: Can evidence your experience in designing research tools, and gathering/analysing both qualitative and quantitative social data against a broad range of project outcomes. Evidence of the application of qualitative and quantitative social data analysis with an interest in novel and creative approaches. Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative data analysis software (we currently use NViVO and STATA).
Reporting: You’ll work across the organisation, so being able to write clearly and in an accessible way for a range of audiences, both in and outside of our team is key. Can provide supporting data and research to input into other team projects and proposals.
Delivering: Able to establish a central data and evidence bank which will support access to social science information. You’ll have good knowledge of data security and appropriate collection, storing and sharing of data in line with GDPR and our data policies. Able to travel, and flexibility to attend events that may be on weekends or evenings.