Are you looking for a position where you can further develop yourself in the research field of study and career success? And are you up to the challenge to help as many students as possible to reach their full potential and to reduce gender and ethnicity inequality in universities, universities of applied sciences, and secondary education?
The Erasmus Centre for Study and Career Success
makes use of an intervention programme that has shown to be been very successful in raising students' academic performance and retention rate. The goal is to help as many students as possible to reach their full potential and to reduce gender and ethnicity inequality in universities, universities of applied sciences, and secondary education. RSM has been applying the intervention project since 2011, and it is currently being rolled out at other faculties, universities and high schools.
The Centre is looking for a researcher per 1 August 2021.
As a researcher you will be responsible for preparing research and experiments, analysing and processing data, providing advice and guidance for team members, maintenance and management of research facilities, developing new methods and interventions, co-ordinating projects, and setting up new research plans, including funding. Publishing articles and presenting at conferences will also be part of the job.
Your main tasks
- Preparing research and experiments
- Collecting, structuring and analysing data
- Writing and co-ordinating research reports for participating schools and universities
- Developing new methods, interventions and theories
- Guiding and supporting project employees such as project co-ordinators and student assistants
- Maintenance and management of research facilities
- Setting up new research plans, including funding
- Planning and structuring tasks
- Managing time