Salary: £26,715 to £27,511 plus London Allowance of £3,147 (pro rata) Fixed Term 9 months, Part Time 0.5 FTE
Closing Date: Friday 17 January 2020
St George's University of London is seeking a Research Assistant who is interested in conducting evidence based research examining the harms of violence and abuse on mental health. This is a stimulating 12 months research programme, funded by the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN) investigating the relationship between the severity of mental health outcomes and specific characteristics of victimization including timing, duration, frequency, severity, and types of violence. These associations will be further analysed between women and men to assess the gendered nature of violence, and in relation to other social inequalities. They seek to unpack how these interacting factors are implicated in survivors’ mental health as an outcome of VA.
The post-holder will be a key member of the team from the Population Health Research Institute at St George’s University of London working alongside the prime investigator and the Research Team. The post-holder will draft data extraction templated, conduct data extraction, contribute to data analysis, assist with integration of study findings and help writing blog for the study’s findings. A survivor panel will be involved in the review which the postholder will help coordinate.
For more information and to apply: https://jobs.sgul.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=541-19