Research Assistant (Ann McPherson Fellow)
Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford
Closing Date: Thursday, 28 June 2018, 12:00pm GMT
Grade 5: £24,983 pa
The Health Experiences Research Group in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford is offering an opportunity for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person interested in a possible career in health research to join the team as a research assistant for 12 months. The Ann McPherson Fellowship will be appointed to a junior researcher, interested in developing a career in social science and health research, who can demonstrate a proven interest and enthusiasm for qualitative health research. It is not suitable for researchers who already hold a doctorate.
It is intended that the post will allow the postholder to gain an in-depth understanding of what is involved in qualitative research in the field of health and could form an invaluable first step in a career in this field. The post will involve a range of tasks associated with qualitative research and the post-holder will be provided with training to develop their research skills and experience.
This is an excellent opportunity to work in a well-established research group which conducts qualitative research on experiences of health and illness. Please see our website for further information about the group.
The post is full-time for 1 year. The closing date for application is 12:00pm on Thursday, 28 June 2018. We aim to hold interviews on 18 July 2018. To apply for this job, please click here – and search for Job Vacancy ID: 135146
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