Centre for Research in Inclusion,
Location: Highfield Campus,
Full-time or part-time, fixed term (until 30/04/2023),
Closing Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019,
Interview Date: Monday 29 July 2019,
We are currently seeking to recruit an enthusiastic researcher with previous experience of qualitative research to contribute to work on a prestigious UKRI-funded four-year study ‘Teaching Accessibility in the Digital Skill Set’ under the leadership of UKRI Fellow, Dr Sarah Lewthwaite. This interdisciplinary project will explore pedagogical culture and knowledge in relation to the teaching of digital accessibility expertise in computer science and the workplace. This is done to seek practical and theoretical understanding from multiple perspectives. There will be a particular focus on case studies of pedagogical innovation, and on how teachers, trainers and peer-educators develop and make use of available resources. The deadline for applications is midnight (UTC+01:00) Wednesday 10th July 2019.
Within this role, you will join the Centre for Research in Inclusion, and be contributing to: recruiting participants (computer science and HCI lecturers, teachers and trainers in industry, government and the third sector), working with stakeholders including disabled peoples’ organisations, making practical arrangements, preparing for, conducting and analysing interviews, focus groups based on video-stimulated dialogue, and case studies; as well as writing reports and papers.
You will have an interest in digital accessibility and in teaching and learning, alongside a first degree and PhD* in a relevant social science or related discipline. You will also need to demonstrate experience of conducting qualitative research, including using interview and video. You will also be required to travel in the UK and internationally, outside normal office hours including occasional overnight stays.
This is a full-time post (37 hours per week), that is also available as two part-time roles (at 0.5 FTE). It is available from 2 September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter, and will run to 30 April 2023 (fixed-term for 3 years, 8 months).
For full details and information about how to apply, please visit Southampton University’s recruitment page.
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