Post Doctoral Research Associate, King’s College London, UK

Research Associate in Mechanobiology at King's College London

Post Doctoral Research Associate: Join an exciting European-wide project on homeworking, flexible working, and their impact on worker well-being and inequality patterns. Work with Professor Heejung Chung at King’s Business School on the Horizon 2020 TransEuroWorks project. Analyze survey and secondary data to explore the outcomes of digitalization on worker well-being and inequalities.
Summary Table:

  • Job ID: 090025
  • Salary: £43,205 – £47,978 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance
  • Posted: 23 May 2024
  • Closing Date: 30 June 2024
  • Business Unit: King’s Business School
  • Department: Human Resource Management

Designation: Post Doctoral Research Associate
Research Area: Sociology, Social Policy, Social Statistics, Management, Human Resources, or related fields.
Location: Strand Campus, London

  • PhD qualified or pending results in relevant subject areas
  • Advanced quantitative data analysis skills
  • Track record of publications in labor market, work, welfare state, gender, or wellbeing research
  • Experience using secondary large-scale data sources
  • Knowledge in work theory, labor market, well-being research, especially in cross-national perspectives
  • Interest in labor market inequality across gender
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills

Job Description:

  • Clean and analyze TransEuroWorks survey data using experimental vignette survey approach on flexibility stigma
  • Analyze secondary data sources to examine association between flexible working and well-being outcomes
  • Write up papers for journals, working papers, and other outputs
  • Support dissemination of results in academic and policy settings
  • Support public engagement activities
  • Collaborate with the PI, TransEuroWorks team, and department

How to Apply:
Submit a CV and a supporting statement addressing the essential criteria. Include evidence against desirable criteria if possible. Refer to the ‘How we Recruit’ pages for insight into the application review process.

Last Date for Apply: 30 June 2024



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