HEartS Project Manager (Research Associate)

Closing date: 12pm Monday 21 August 2017

Interview date: w/c 4 September 2017

Salary: £38,711 - £44,278 per annum

Job ref no: 506-17

This role is offered on a fixed-term (30 months), full time (1FTE) basis and is available from January 2018.

Founded in 1882, the Royal College of Music (RCM) is a world-leading music conservatoire with a prestigious history and contemporary outlook. Our 800 undergraduate and postgraduate students come from over 60 countries and are taught in a dynamic environment, leaving the RCM to become the outstanding performers, conductors and composers of the future. In 2017, the RCM was named by the QS World University Rankings as the top conservatoire in the UK and second in the world for the Performing Arts.

The Centre for Performance Science takes a strongly interdisciplinary approach to investigating performance, accessing expertise and facilities across the RCM and Imperial College London.

The RCM is seeking to engage a fixed-term (30 month) Project Manager (at Research Associate level) to join its Centre for Performance Science. You will undertake research on the HEartS project (Health, Economic and Social impact of the ARTs), a £1 million public health project funded by the AHRC examining the impact of the arts and culture on health and wellbeing, from individual, social and economic perspectives. The project is led by Aaron Williamon, Head of CPS, in collaboration with Marissa Miraldo (Imperial), Robert Perneczky (Imperial), Rosie Perkins (RCM) and Daisy Fancourt (UCL). Further information is available at www.PerformanceScience.ac.uk/HEARTS.

We are looking for candidates with the following attributes:

  • You will have a track record of research in Performance Science or a related field,
  • You will have experience of recruiting participants to take part in large-scale research studies,
  • You will have expertise in managing, processing and analysing large datasets,
  • You will have the organisational skills to oversee and deliver public engagement and impact events,
  • You will have a track record of working in academic research environments and writing and publishing peer-reviewed research.

For further details of this position please see the Job Description and Further Particulars documents below.

To apply, please complete our Application and Equal Opportunities Monitoring forms available to download below and submit along with a list of publications before the closing deadline. 

CVs without an application form will not be accepted.

Please ensure that you include the Job Reference Number when submitting your application.

Job Description

Further Particulars

Forms:

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Form

Completed forms should be returned by post or email to Isabella Enstrom, HR Assistant:

Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS

recruitment@rcm.ac.uk

020 7591 4784

If you are applying by email, please state clearly in the subject line the title of the post for which you are applying. If you are submitting your application by post, please enclose two copies of your completed form.

The Royal College of Music is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

If you need to receive this documentation in a different format due to a disability, please contact Isabella Enstrom to discuss your requirements.

All applicants must be permitted to work in the UK and hold a relevant work permit where necessary.

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