Two "gender jobs" : A postdoctoral researcher and a project administrator

Publié le 4 décembre par Heta Rundgren

Two jobs being offered by Goldsmiths to work with Dr Suzanne Clisby and Dr Mark Johnson (co-directors) on the GlobalGRACE (Global Gender & Cultures of Equality) project : a postdoctoral researcher and a project administrator.

Postdoc position
We are seeking an intellectually creative and highly motivated researcher to work as a Postdoctoral Early Career Researcher (ECR) and play a key part in the GlobalGRACE (Global Gender and Cultures of Equality) Project. Funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund of RCUK, GlobalGRACE seeks to bring together institutional research, artistic interventions, curatorial research practice and public exhibitions to investigate and enable gender positive approaches to wellbeing internationally. This is a full time fixed term post over 4 years, based in London but involves some international travel.

Read more on the postdoc position :
https://jobs.gold.ac.uk/vacancy/postdoctoral-early-career-researcher-erc-335175.html

Project administrator
We are seeking a highly organized individual who is experienced in independently planning and implementing the administration and finances of large complex projects. Working alongside the Project Leadership Team of the GlobalGRACE (Global Gender and Cultures of Equality) Project, which is funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund of RCUK, the Project Administrator will support academic researchers as they bring together institutional research, artistic interventions, curatorial research practice and public exhibitions to investigate and enable gender positive approaches to wellbeing internationally. This is a 0.4 part-time fixed term post over 4 years based in London.

Read more on the project administrator :
https://jobs.gold.ac.uk/vacancy/research-project-administrator-335179.html

Deadline : January 8, 2018

For further information please contact Mark Johnson in the first instance : M.Johnson [at] gold.ac.uk or myself, Suzanne Clisby (Senior Research Fellow, Department of Anthropology, Goldsmiths) : S.Clisby [at] gold.ac.uk