The primary responsibility of this role is plan, design, conduct, manage and report high-quality research projects. The purpose of which is to build an evidence base for Life Skills that supports Dream a Dream’s 2016-21 strategic intent to ‘Build a movement to equip millions of young people from vulnerable backgrounds with Life Skills to overcome adversity and flourish in the 21st century’.
Reporting to Director – Research and Advocacy, the function supports the research and advocacy strategy designed to select, commission and interpret research [both academic and informal] to support the hypotheses that developing life skills enables young people from vulnerable backgrounds to overcome adversity and flourish in a fast changing world. The domain areas for research would include child development, youth development, education, teacher development and Life Skills.
Please download the full Job description below. The last date of application has now been extended to 10th March 2017.