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Agenda for Change Band 6
FIXED TERM 2 YEARS
Hours: 37.5 hours per week but will consider minimum of 22.5 hour per week
Brief Description of the Role:
We are looking for organised, motivated and enthusiastic researchers to be part of an initiative which will have real impact for families in Bradford. Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, Better Start Bradford aims to help children in three wards of the city, Little Horton, Bowling and Barkerend, and Bradford Moor, to get the best start in life. They provide multiple projects for pregnant women and families with children aged 0-3 years.
The Better Start Bradford Innovation Hub, part of Born in Bradford, leads on the evaluations of these projects to find out how best to improve the social and emotional development, communication and language development, and health and nutrition of young children.
The posts will support a team of senior researchers within the Innovation Hub, hosted at Born in Bradford and the University of York, and help them to deliver planned research projects. Projects will be allocated according to the post holder’s skillset but will include data collection, descriptive statistics, qualitative fieldwork (including interviews and innovative methods such as Photo Voice) and report writing (examples of project reports can be found here: BSB Innovation Hub – Born In Bradford). The post holder may also support data collection and analysis within the innovative interventional birth cohort Born in Bradford’s Better Start
You will have knowledge of applied health research with experience in qualitative and/or quantitative research methods and analysis.
For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Rachael Moss (Senior Research Fellow)
We can offer staff gymnasiums on both hospital sites, excellent pension scheme and advice on childcare.
Closing Date: 10.07.22 (This date may change dependent on the response)
Interview Date: 18.07.22
Born in Bradford is a registered charity (no. 1061753). This post is funded by the National Lottery through the Community Fund.