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|Name of Recruiter||MMU|
|Name of Job Position||Senior Research Assistant|
|Jobs Type||Fresher Jobs in United Kingdom|
|Application Deadline||Not Applicable|
|Salary||£26,715 – £30,046 Per Year|
Established in 2014, the Manchester Centre for Youth Studies (MCYS) at the Manchester Metropolitan University is an interdisciplinary research centre, with a particular specialism in youth justice. Led by Professor Hannah Smithson, MCYS has successfully obtained a prestigious ESRC Covid Response grant to explore the impact and implications of Covid-19 on the youth justice system and justice-involved children.
We are looking for an experienced and dedicated Senior Research assistant to join the project team on a 0.6 basis for 15 months.
MCYS’s youth justice work is recognised nationally and internationally for its pioneering approaches and its impact on policy and practice. Its ground-breaking Greater Manchester Youth Justice University Partnership (GMYJUP) facilitates the bi-directional transfer of knowledge between academia and youth justice practice. It won the Knowledge Transfer Partnership of the year at the THE awards in 2019; it was nominated for organisation of the year at the 2018 Criminal Justice Alliance Awards and was a finalist in the 2020 KTP Best of the Best awards for societal impact.
The successful candidate would have the opportunity to work with some of the leading youth justice academics in the country.
The role will involve working alongside the research team, supporting the planning and undertaking of research interviews, conducting literature reviews, supporting and assisting with the analysis of qualitiative and quantitative data, writing up research results and supporting and assisting the writing up of research reports and other publications.
The successful candidate will need to use their initiative and judgement to develop appropriate techniques in order to facilitate research work and resolve problems affecting the achievement of objectives and deadlines.
MCYS is committed to undertaking research that positively impacts upon the lives of young people.
You must have a postgraduate level qualification in a relevant discipline, including: Criminology; Sociology; Youth Studies; Social Work, Social Policy. Considerable knowledge of the youth justice system is essential, as is experience of qualitative data analysis using Nvivo and quantitative data analysis using SPSS and/or Excel.
You must have experience of undertaking research interviews and contrubuting to the writing of research reports and outputs.
You will be able to use your own initiative; have a creative mind; have excellent communication skills; and, enjoy the prospect of being an active member of a dedicated team.
We are keen to work with like-minded people, who possess a positive ‘can do’ attitude, are adaptable, and able to operate equally well both independently, and as part of a wider team. Team building and team collegiality are very important to us.
For an informal discussion regarding the requirements of the role, please contact Professor Hannah Smithson, Head of MCYS ([email protected])
Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce.
We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.