Post-doc Opportunity at the Centre for Inequalities
28.05.2021, by Tina Keil
University of Greenwich, UK
Application deadline: June 21st, 2021
The University of Greenwich is investing in research across the institution. As part of this, we are recruiting an early career Research Fellow to partner with existing Institute for Lifecourse Development (ILD) Centres, and develop their research career with us. The successful candidate will be appointed for a period of two years.
As part of a significant long-term plan to build internationally leading research, practice and teaching in the Faculty, we have created a new multi-professional and multidisciplinary Institute for Lifecourse Development. The Institute works with our extensive network of external partners to focus our interdisciplinary expertise on addressing inequalities. The Institute is a key anchor resource where professionals, researchers and stakeholders from public, charitable and voluntary organisations can work together to develop effectively and life course solutions and tackle the grand challenges society faces through effective research, training and practice. The Centre for Inequalities specifically focuses on exploring, understanding and reducing inequalities across various domains (for example, in education, health, the community, and the workplace). The successful applicant will work with existing staff in the Centre for Inequalities to build on the interdisciplinary expertise in the Faculty, particularly within the disciplines of Psychology, Health, Social Care, and Education.
We are specifically looking for researchers whose interests and expertise lie in areas relevant to inequalities, and who would work closely with experienced colleagues in the Centre for Inequalities as well as other Centres within the Institute.
The Fellowship offers:
- 2 years competitive salary (AC2), following the University’s Research Career Pathway.
- Extensive career development support through the ILD and GRE Research and Enterprise Training Institute.
Candidates will be assessed on their track record relative to their career stage, personal aspirations and collaborative potential to the existing research excellence within the recruiting unit.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate:
- An outstanding track record of research, including high-quality publications, research funding and/or prizes and awards.
- Evidence of a growing reputation, both nationally and internationally.
- An aptitude to lead and inspire others within the Centre, Institute and University more broadly.
- Potential to act as an ambassador in their research field.
How to apply
The application process requires the candidate to complete a formal online application. The candidate will be required to supply a research grant proposal in the format of a discipline-specific UKRI application. Please visit https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CGG106/research-fellow to apply.
You will be working with a range of high-quality researchers under the leadership of Professor Rosana Pacella, Dr. Sofia Stathi, and Professor Derek Moore (R.Pacella@gre.ac.uk; S.Stathi @greenwich.ac.uk; D.G.Moore@gre.ac.uk). For informal enquiries, you can contact the Director of the Institute, Professor Rosana Pacella (R.Pacella@gre.ac.uk); or the Leader of the Centre for Inequalities, Dr. Sofia Stathi (S.Stathi @greenwich.ac.uk). We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.