Research Fellow: Healthy Urban Places – till 31.03.28

Job Description

Job summary

We are looking for an organised, motivated and enthusiastic qualitative or mixed methods Research Fellow to contribute to our Healthy Urban Places (HUP) research programme and wider Born in Bradford (BiB) portfolio of Healthy Places research.

The vision of our Healthy Urban Places (HUP) programme is to provide a step change in understanding how best to harness the power of local urban places as tools to improve population health and reduce inequalities. It is a major new grant award from the UKRI Population Health Improvement research network and will create a transdisciplinary research programme that will elucidate how and why local environments influence population health, and directly influencing the implementation of place-based changes in two case study sites: Bradford and Liverpool.

The post holder will undertake other duties e.g. obtaining ethical approvals, developing recruitment and research protocols, co-ordinating the development and piloting of different research methods, training of data collectors including peer researchers, collecting data, ensuring data collected is of a high standard, and where appropriate, working with the project management team to co-ordinate recruitment activities.