Are you interested in developing your skills, enhancing the student experience, and being paid in the process?
The Department of Sociology is currently inviting applications from finalist students for a number of 'Student Voice' Ambassador roles. Ambassadors will act as an interface between students and staff, feeding back both ways. The role will include, for example, inputting into departmental discussions on teaching policy and curriculum change.
If you are interested in this role, please send your CV and a supporting statement (of up to 350 words) outlining why you feel you would make a good 'Student Voice' Ambassador to the department’s Director of Student Experience, Dr Andre Celtel (A.Celtel@warwick.ac.uk).
The closing date for applications is 2 pm on Thursday 03 October 2019.
Behaviour Change By Design
University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine
We are seeking two RA/SRA’s to join the Behaviour Change by Design team. See below for further details on the posts we’re recruiting to:
Research Associate/Senior Research Associate* in Social or Behavioural Sciences
We seek a talented researcher to join a new four year Wellcome funded work programme on behaviour change. The successful post-holder will join a new team to develop and lead a series of planned activities to help forge collaborative relationships between policy makers and researchers in order to maximise the implementation of evidence generated by our research programme on changing behaviour by re-designing environments. The closing date for this post is: 31st January 2018, with interviews to be held on the 9th February 2018. For further details and to apply, click here.
Research Associate/Senior Research Associate
We are also recruiting for a health researcher to join a new Wellcome funded work programme on behaviour change. The project is funded for four years starting in January 2018. The successful post-holder will carry out and develop an agreed programme of research across the collaborating institutions of the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol and the multitude of sites in which field studies will be conducted including Melbourne (Australia), as well as England, Scotland and Wales. The closing date for this post is: 30th January, with interviews to be held on the 9th February. For further details and to apply, click here.
For further information about our research programme please see our new website: