An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced qualitative health researcher, to assist with interviews and surveys for the evaluation of an innovative performance and digital resource on living with cancer.
The research student will be required to:
Theme the survey responses (there is also room for the researcher to input into the design of the survey)
Conduct 5 x 20 minute interviews, face to face or by telephone
Write up the survey responses and interviews as a report
You need to be a Post-Graduate student or similar
Have experience of:
Conducting sensitive qualitative interviews in a health setting
Theming qualitative surveys
Producing concise reports for a non-academic audience using qualitative data
How to Apply & More Details
35 hours of work are needed between January and March 2017. The post will start on 20th January 2017. The appointee will be paid £16.85 per hour.
To apply for the post please submit your CV and a Cover Letter explaining your suitability for the role either via the Talent Bank system or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by the 9th January 2017.
This is a desk-based project to compare the levels and learning outcomes of modules from King’s, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and Arizona State University (ASU) in Public Health, Global Health and Social Medicine. The project will require the researcher to interrogate the information which is currently held by the Project Manager.
The key deliverable for this project will be a report highlighting what is comparable between King’s global / public health modules and programmes, and those on offer from PLuS partners ASU and UNSW.
No travel will be required for this project. The work can be completed remotely, but could also be based out of the International office (Strand campus) based on the candidate’s preferences.
The outcome for this piece of work will be an understanding of how existing modules might fit together to form a new joint undergraduate degree offering in public health, and where there are gaps.
You must be a current, post upgrade PhD student at King’s College London
Good analytical skills are essential
You must be able to start ASAP
Further details and how to apply
The project will commence ASAP and will consist of 2 days’ work. The consultant will be paid £125 per day.
Update 13/03/14: DJS Research are now looking for users of the British Library to take part in their focus groups. Participants will receive a cash thank you for their participation. Email Hannah Brearley, Senior Recruiter at DJS Research – email@example.com – for more details.
To support the growth of their postgraduate programmes the British Library is looking to understand postgraduate students’ views on a new range of training concepts that the Library could deliver. These concepts will be aimed at helping to improve postgraduate students’ research skills.
The British Library has commissioned DJS Research Ltd, an independent market research agency to conduct the research and they will be running a series of focus groups in order to shed light on the above.
In order to participate, all you need to do at this point is meet the following criteria:
You must be a non-user of the British Library (i.e. not physically visited the Library for research purposes or used its online resources)
You will preferably be on a research MA/MSc or PhD
You will be studying either a Social Science and Arts andHumanities or Science subject
All participants will receive £40 cash as a thank you for taking part and the focus groups will last around 1.5 hours.
We anticipate a lot of interest in this project and so will be recruiting on a first come first served basis due to the limited number of places available. If you are interested then please reply by email in the first instance to Hannah Brearley, Senior Recruiter at DJS Research – firstname.lastname@example.org – and she will arrange the specifics.