Fixed Term Research Assistant post – Education

The University of Manchester – School of Education (Fixed Term for 24 months in the first instance)

Closing date: 06/09/2010
Reference: HUM/10698

Applications are welcomed from experienced researchers for a full-time post within the School of Education. The successful candidate will support the research activities of the Effectiveness and Improvement Research Group, contributing to funded project work and promotion of the Research Group.

Research at the Group clusters around several key strands;

  • Effectiveness and improvement of individuals and organisations educational settings
  • Effectiveness and improvement of collaborative practice and networking within and between organisations
  • Effectiveness of emerging Educational policy

More information about the work of the Centre can be found at http://www.effectivenessandimprovement.org

The successful candidate will work as part of a committed team to generate new knowledge and understanding and influence policy and practice.

Salary
£24,273 – £28,139 p.a.

Informal enquiries
Dr Chris Chapman
Email: chris.chapman@manchester.ac.uk

Documents

How to apply
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