Postdoctoral Research Associate
Grade 6, £32,958 per annum pro rata
plus £2,623 LWA pro rata
The Post-Doctoral Research Associate will help to design, deliver and manage a project, funded by the British Council, called ‘Training in Action: From Documentation to Protection of Cultural Heritage in Libya and Tunisia’. You will have academic expertise in the study, management and conservation of heritage, an excellent record of research, and experience of teaching as part of heritage training. You will have excellent organisational and communication skills, including the ability to speak and write in English and French and, preferably, Arabic too.
You will work closely with the project team setting objectives, planning and managing our activities, and monitoring and reviewing them. You will contribute to the intellectual development and delivery of the training in Tunisia and the UK, and its practical administration. You will be involved in evaluating and writing up the project’s work and its outcomes. You will also help to design and implement outreach events, and develop and promote the project’s online presence through the creation and dissemination of appropriate content.
This post will be a Part time 0.7 FTE, Fixed Term Contract for 10 months.
This post is funded by the British Council and, depending on the progress of the project, there is the possibility of renewal for a further 12 months.
To find out more about the role please contact Will Wootton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing: 22 May 2017
The selection process will consist of a panel interview during which you will give a 5-minute presentation explaining your skills and previous experiences, and their relevance to the role. This will be followed by competency-based questions.
10 May 2017
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