< img src=" https://jobeternal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/research-assistant-community-engagement-hybrid-working-fixed-term-0-2fte.jpg "class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > The Royal College of Art is the UK’s only completely postgraduate organization of art and design, dedicated to mentor, research study and understanding exchange with industry. The RCA has actually been ranked the number one university-level institution for art & & design, globally, for the 8th successive year according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021.
The School of Design uses programmes that engage with a broad spectrum of style from the industry-focused, through partnership with engineering and science, to the experimental and theoretical. With a strong culture of development, experimentation and dispute, along with research study degrees at MPhil and PhD level, the School explores the limits of understanding in the fields of commercial style, design engineering, product style, service design, important style, systems and services, social development, brand-new products, globalisation and the discourse between international pedagogies and production.
Applications are invited for a Research Assistant (Community Engagement) in the School of Design working on the AHRC project: Connecting Roots: Co-creating a Green Social Prescribing Network in Walsall for Health and Wellbeing. This is an 8 month role, working 0.2 FTE (7 hours per week), based at Kensington and Battersea.
This function will support the Principal Investigator and public sector bodies to co-create and provide the results of the Linking Roots task and help with close partnership with local partners.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
The function will be accountable for a Work Package (WP) to assist in the co-creation of a green social recommending network with local VCSEs in Walsall that enhances the sector’s collective impact and gives voice to those who have actually been less heard.
- To be the on-the ground voice connecting the task to the real-life communities in Walsall.
- To gather insights through interviews (formal and casual) of Walsall.
- To support or lead numerous face to face (or virtual) workshops, sessions or occasions that guarantee the designers activities are in line with the wants and requires of the community in Walsall.
- To work collaboratively with the style scientist ( London based) to guarantee the task core intends remain rooted and pertinent to Walsall.
- To cultivate and preserve new and existing relationships with crucial stakeholders and collaborators in the Walsall location.
- Working with the project group, make sure that job outputs and task deliverables are appropriately documented and distributed to crucial audiences, by means of reports, documents, exhibits, publications, the website and so on Please see the
information pack for more details.
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The Royal College of Art is an equal opportunities employer. The College especially welcomes applications from all sections of the community and would particularly motivate members of minority groups to apply.