Research Fellow - Narrowing Inequalities (one year)
The Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust, in partnership with the new economics foundation (nef), would like to appoint a Research Fellow for one year starting this autumn, to undertake research into how to reduce inequalities in the labour market (in terms of both pay and working time) and into what pace of change is feasible. The work will involve both qualitative and quantitative analysis and will result in briefings designed to influence key decision makers. The Fellow will receive an award from the Trust in line with the ESRC research rate of c. £15,600 and will work in the London office of nef with support from Anna Coote and Charles Seaford. The selected candidate is expected to have a strong grounding in economics and will be chosen above all for his/her expertise and experience in multi-disciplinary research, policy analysis and communication. He/she should be comfortable working with economic modellers and with quantitative analysis. A post-graduate degree is desirable but not essential. S/he will have the maturity and confidence to conduct interviews and conversations with key stakeholders, and to communicate effectively face-to-face as well as through print, broadcasting and on-line media Deadline for applications 3 July 2012 12 noon. Interviews 12th July 2012. Please apply by sending a CV and covering letter to The Barry Amiel & Normal Melburn Trust, c/o Lois Fiander, new economics foundation, 3 Jonathan St, London, SE11 5NH or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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