We are seeking a proactive and experienced post-doctoral research associate with expertise in qualitative research methods to join the eVOLVE programme (Evaluating the effectiveness of the Saving Babies’ Lives Care Bundle Version 2 on reducing perinatal mortality). eVOLVE is a NHS England-funded programme to evaluate the impact of implementation of NHS England’s Saving Babies’ Lives Care Bundle Version 2 (SBLCBv2) on perinatal outcomes and maternity services. eVOLVE is hosted by the Maternal and Fetal Heatlh Research Centre at the University of Manchester, which delivers a world-leading portfolio of translational research to prevent complications of pregnancy and perinatal mortality.
The post holder will lead on delivering workstream 3 of the programme to evaluate the views and experiences of service users and providers about maternity care in relation to implementation of the SBLCBv2. The successful candidate will have a track record in leading qualitative research in a healthcare/social science related discipline. They will have a proven track record in designing, conducting, analysing and writing-up qualitative research. There is opportunity for a hybrid model of office and home-based working.
What you will get in return:
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Hybrid working arrangements may be considered.
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This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.
Please see the link below for the Further Particulars document which contains the person specification criteria.