The role will involve recruitment of patients and data collection, and may also incorporate conducting qualitative interviews with participants and coding of video data. All aspects of the study (including recruitment and data collection) will currently be carried out remotely. Flexibility will be required, as recruitment procedures may change in the future.
The candidate will have a degree in health or social science (i.e. psychology, sociology, clinical studies), experience in carrying out research with people experiencing mental health difficulties or with parents and children, and experience of conducting and delivering high quality quantitative and /or qualitative research. A postgraduate qualification in psychology or a related subject, and experience of working with NHS staff in the context of research, will be an advantage.
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.