Research Assistant and Development Officer

Woolf Institute

There are two current vacancies at the Woolf Institute. Closing dates vary:

Research Assistant

Shana Cohen (Sociology Department/Woolf Institute) is looking for a research assistant to support grant writing applications. The candidate should be able to start by the end of January and work until the end of May. The person should be a PhD candidate in the Social Sciences or Humanities, preferably with an interest in migration and/or religion, and be able to commit to at least 65 hours of work during the three month period. Pay will be hourly and following the university pay scale (including NIS).

  • Please email a cover letter, CV, the name of one reference, and a writing sample to Tina Steiner by Friday 16th January, 2015. Interviews will be held the week commencing Monday 26th January.
  • Please email any enquiries to sc736@cam.ac.uk

Development Officer (part-time)

The Woolf Institute has an opening for a part-time role in its Development Office supporting funding applications towards its outreach projects, for programmes such as Diversity in End of Life Care. Full training will be given, and therefore the role would suit someone interested in developing skills in preparing grant applications.

For a full job description please see here.

  • Please email a covering letter, CV, and the name of one reference, to Matthew Teather by Friday 30th January 2015
  • Please email any enquiries to: mt585@cam.ac.uk

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