Qualitative Evaluation Assistant for Arts and Health Innovation

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 Role

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

Person Specification

  • 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 amy.c.brown@kcl.ac.uk by the 9th January 2017.

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Research Internship with Solvency II Wire

Solvency II Wire is a boutique publication dedicated to informing insurance professionals about Solvency II, the new Europe-wide insurance regulation. The site is committed to delivering original and reliable content, exclusively focused on the Solvency II Directive.

Solvency II Wire publishes breaking news, detailed coverage of the political process and thought leadership on regulation. Solvency II Wire is an indispensable resource for those confronting the challenges of Solvency II.

The Internship
Solvency II Wire is looking for an enthusiastic and creative intern, who will conduct research into the Solvency II Directive to support publication. There are a number of research streams for consideration:

  1. Research into the implementation of the Directive in individual member states
  2. History of Solvency II and related regulations

The successful candidate will be responsible for designing and implementing the research plan.

Person Specification
We are seeking an intern with the following skills and experience:

  • Independent qualitative research
  • Identifying and pursuing trends in a research area
  • The ability to work independently with little supervision
  • The ability to work alongside colleagues with differing skill sets
  • Tenacity, drive and creativity
  • Desirable: a demonstrable interest in Solvency II
  • Desirable: a knowledge of EU law
  • Desirable: competency in other European languages

Further details and how to apply
The internship will commence as soon as the candidate is available and will run initially for 4 weeks, on a full time basis, but part time and flexible working also possible. The role can be extended on a part time basis for the right candidate. The salary will be £9.15 per hour, and the intern will mainly work remotely.

Please ensure to apply with your CV and a tailored cover letter covering the following:

  • Why you would like to work for Solvency II Wire
  • Why you think you would be a good fit for the role, giving clear examples from work experience, academic achievements and extra-curricular activities to demonstrate you meet the person specification
  • Please address your cover letter to Gideon Benari, Editor

The application closing deadline is midnight on Sunday 16th August. Full details can be found on the King’s Internships web page.