Role Title: Research Manager
Location: Central London
Application deadline: 12pm on Monday 17th September 2018.
Contract type: One-year fixed term with strong possibility of extension.
Summary of Role:
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in transforming homelessness services and policy by building an evidence base of the experiences of homeless people. Working closely with peer researchers and academic research departments, you’ll design and deliver innovative, high-quality research projects.
In the first year of this role you will work on a range of projects including a mixed-methods study exploring the health of women experiencing homelessness, an evaluation of two London based homelessness services through the analysis of primary and existing monitoring quantitative data, and the mixed-method evaluation of Groundswell’s Homeless Health Peer Advocacy service in partnership with King’s College London, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and University College London.
With a strong track record in undertaking timely and influential research projects, you’re an excellent communicator, able to analyse and interpret complex written and numerical information. A passion for making research process and practice accessible and inclusive to people experiencing homelessness is key to success in this role.