The Faculty of Social Sciences consists of nine Departments and supports the research of more than 250 academic staff working together with over 140 research staff and over 280 doctoral research students.
The Research Centre for Social Sciences fosters interdisciplinary research collaborations, provides training and skills development for our community of researchers, and promotes knowledge exchange and impact with our regional, national and international partners outside academia.
Our centre provides research facilities for social science researchers and hosts a wide range of collaborative training and engagement activities.
To find out more about the Faculty of Social Sciences and research within constituent Departments: https://www.york.ac.uk/about/departments/social-sciences/.
In this new role, you will work closely with staff in the Research Centre for the Social Sciences (and across all departments in the Faculty) to support the generation and capture of research impact.
This will include collecting, analysing, storing and reporting on evidence for impact case studies to support the next Research Excellence Framework (REF) or equivalent. It will contribute to one of the Faculty’s agreed priorities: the mapping and development of an impact pipeline across all departments within the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Interview date: To be confirmed
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