Location: Southwark, London / Home working
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 full time equivalent, depending on experience
Other benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 5% employer contribution to occupational pension scheme (pro-rated)
Working days: 1 day (7 hours) per week for nine months
AYPH is pleased to be advertising a position for a part time Research Assistant to support the production of our flagship publication Key Data on Young People 2021.
The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) is the UK’s independent voice for young people’s health. We work across the UK with healthcare providers, young people and academics to improve services for young people, promote evidence based practice and increase communication between different sectors.
This is a one day a week position for nine months. If you have proven research and data skills and an understanding of young people’s health we would love to hear from you. This post is ideal for practicing clinicians wishing to take on a part time research role or early career researchers looking to develop their experience in the voluntary sector.
Download the job pack including the background to the role, job description and person specification here and the equal opportunities monitoring form here. If you meet the criteria please apply by submitting a (maximum) two page covering letter setting out how you meet the requirements in the person specification, a (maximum) two page CV and an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 10th January 2021. Please include REF: KDYP 21 Application in the subject header.
Interviews will take place by the end of January via Zoom and we will contact successful applicants by 15 January to arrange an interview time and date. Following interviews the successful candidate will be confirmed following two satisfactory references, proof of right to work in the UK and the completion of an enhanced DBS check.
Closing date: 10 January 2021