Единбурзький університет Нейпіра у співпраці з Інститутом соціології НАН України та Національною асамблеєю людей з обмеженими можливостями України шукає двох асистентів для роботи над дослідницьким проектом з вивчення впливу COVID-19 щодо осіб з інвалідністю, в тому числі внутрішньо переміщених осіб. Для цих ролей потрібно знання англійської мови. Більш детальна інформація подана нижче лише англійською мовою.
We are looking for two Research Assistants to join a multi-disciplinary team researching the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with disabilities in Ukraine including internally displaced people with disabilities.
This project is funded by the United Kingdom’s Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC and co-funded by the UN Partnership to Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
The project will research and work together with PWDs, IDPWDs and with key stakeholders at the national and regional levels including government agencies, international, national and regional NGOs led by and/or working with PWDs. The project will rely on a combination of qualitative research methods to investigate the impact of COVID-19 on the intersecting inequalities of dislocation, disability, gender and age.
The overall project is led by Dr Kiril Sharapov at Edinburgh Napier University United Kingdom. The project has two partner organisations in Ukraine: The National Association of the People with Disabilities of Ukraine, and the Institute of Sociology at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Your contractual relationship for this position will be with one of these organisations and not with Edinburgh Napier University.
The postholders will be involved in setting up the data collection, analysis, creation of outputs and dissemination activities. Experience of qualitative data collection and analysis is essential, and experience of research with vulnerable groups is highly desirable.
These posts are full-time and for 6 months until August 2021.
Salary: 30,000 — 31,000 Ukrainian Hryvni per month.
This is a home-based position, however you must be based in Kyiv, have your own computer and reliable internet connection. The post-holders may need to, COVID-19 restrictions permitted, undertake travel in Ukraine as the data collection will take place in the 10 regions/oblast.
- Languages: English (working knowledge), Ukrainian and Russian (essential)
- PhD or MA in relevant subject area such as sociology, social policy, disability studies (essential)
- Proven knowledge of qualitative or mixed research techniques and methodologies (essential)
- Experience of conducting qualitative research (essential)
- Proven knowledge of qualitative research techniques and methodologies in working with persons with disabilities and/or internally displaced persons (desirable)
- Skills in engaging and working with stakeholder and community groups (essential)
- Proven ability to analyse and write up data (desirable)
- IT proficiency at advanced user level (essential)
- Use of web page software to create webpages WIX.com (desirable)
- Operational knowledge of NVIVO (desirable)
- Evidence of a publication record in good quality publications (desirable)
Deadline to apply: Thursday, 5 pm Kyiv time, March 11th, 2021.
We will get in touch with shortlisted candidates by Monday, March 15th, 2021.
Interviews (via ZOOM) will take place on Tuesday, March 16th, 2021.
The post holder will need to be able to start in March 2021.
To apply for this job: send your detailed CV (maximum 3 pages) and a cover letter describing how you fit this job profile (1 page) to Dr Kiril Sharapov email@example.com by 5 pm Kyiv time, March 11th, 2011.
Please note, we will not enter into any correspondence unless you have been shortlisted.