Senior Research Fellow: Participatory Community Research

Job Description

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Senior Research Fellow in Participatory Community Research to join the Born in Bradford programme to lead on community-based participatory research and engagement in our Healthy Urban Places project.

The post holder should have demonstrable skills in qualitative data analysis, including familiarity with, or knowledge of, engaging research methods (e.g. participatory video, photovoice, community interviews or surveys, mapping). Ideally they will have an understanding of inequalities theory and research, and/or research on the urban environment, ethnicity, determinants of health and/or community development issues. They will also have experience of working with diverse ethnic and social groups and marginalised and minoritised communities. Experience of writing research outputs, such as journal articles and reports, and good co-ordination and project management skills are required.

This post will be a minimum of 30 hours per week up to full time hours (37.5 hours)

Interview date: Tuesday 30th April 2024