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Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
Research Assistant in Behavioural Science & & Social Media Impact
Income from ₤ 31,029 to ₤ 35,635 pa inclusive with prospective to advance to ₤ 38,283 pa inclusive of London allowance
This is a fixed term consultation for 12 months
The Inclusion Initiative (TII) released in November 2020 with the goal of bringing behavioural science insights to monetary and professional services companies, allowing them to boost the addition of all talent. Simultaneously, TII aims to produce academically rigorous and pertinent research study that connects directly to this core purpose.
The postholder will play a key role ahead of time TII’s research and impact agenda by offering research support to the Director of TII throughout a wide variety of projects. Responsibilities will include producing literature summaries, formatting data, drafting surveys, and running lab experiments. They will assist the Director of TII in co-authoring fully-referenced impact pieces on designated subjects related to addition, the future of work and professions, and will represent TII to internal and external stakeholders.
The successful candidate will have a track record of professionally supporting research/impact work, of producing ingenious social networks material and, ideally, will have experience of Stata, R, Python or equivalent. They will have the ability to co-/ author papers of peer-reviewed journal short article quality, and will have finished, or have almost completed, a BSc in economics, management, behavioural science or a related discipline. They will have the capability to work as part of a team with outstanding written and oral interaction abilities, able to handle own work and work to tight due dates.
We provide an occupational pension scheme, generous annual leave and exceptional training and development opportunities.
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date for invoice of applications is 19 June 2022 (23:59 UK time). Sadly, we are not able to accept any late applications.