Project and research positions, including Post Graduate Research Assistants and funded PhD posts, as part of Changing the Story and other related projects.
Do you have an interest in, and commitment to, global development; and to Arts and Humanities methodologies and research? ‘Changing the Story’ has received additional funding to work with other AHRC-funded GCRF projects, especially the five Network Plus consortia (of which ‘Changing the Story’ is one), to draw out synergies and enhance their collective impact. This role has been created to support Professor Stuart Taberner and Professor Paul Cooke, CI and PI on ‘Changing the Story’ by providing supplementary administrative and logistical assistance to ‘Changing the Story’ and to a suite of activities, to be developed, which are intended to bring together other AHRC-funded GCRF projects. The position-holder will report to, and work with, ‘Changing the Story’ Project Manager, Inés Soria-Donlan, and through her to Professors; Taberner and Cooke. This is a full-time, fixed term post until December 2021. Application deadline: Wednesday 27 February 2019For more info and to apply
Are you an ambitious early-career researcher looking for your next challenge? Do you possess a Ph.D drawing on quantitative and qualitative evaluation methodologies, have a commitment to Arts and Humanities research, participatory arts and community engagement, and have a passion for International Development? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities? Join the project "Maximising the Impact of AHRC GCRF Portfolio" as a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant. This is a challenging role that requires strong social-science skills as well as an understanding of the relevance of Arts and Humanities research for global development, and an ability to distill research outcomes for policy-makers. You will be based within the Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute (LAHRI) and part of a wider team of colleagues working on Arts and Humanties GCRF projects. This project is led by Professor Stuart Taberner, and is part of a larger AHRC GCRF Project (Changing the Story), led by Professor Paul Cooke. Application deadline: 11th March 2019For more info and to apply