This role is part of the University’s Rights Lab, a Beacon of Excellence that is delivering research to help end modern slavery. The role-holder will work alongside Vicky Brotherton, Nicola Wright and a team of multi-disciplinary experts on a UKRI-funded multi-methods research project about the risks and impacts of COVID-19 for victims and survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods, and working with a range of external partner organisations, the project will answer the question: ‘What are the accrued risks and mitigating responses of COVID-19 for modern slavery survivors?’ The research findings will be used to inform policy responses to help ensure survivors receive necessary support during and after the pandemic.
Key roles and responsibilities include:
We welcome applications from recent PhD graduates, applicants close to completion of a PhD, and those with postdoctoral experience. We also welcome applicants who do not hold a PhD but have an equivalent track record of professional work experience using social science methods to deliver risk assessment and/or evidence reviews in relevant organisations. The role is available as a fixed-term post beginning as soon as possible (and no later than September 2020) and ending on 23rd November 2021. Hours of work are full-time (36.25 hours) ; however applications are also welcome from candidates wishing to work part-time (minimum 29 hours per week). Please specify in your application if you wish to work part time and the number of preferred hours.Job share arrangements may be considered.
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