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In Autumn 2020, the Jubilee Centre will embark on its 4th phase of John Templeton Foundation-funded research, entitled ‘Celebration Britain’.

The Centre seeks to recruit five Research Fellows with backgrounds in Education, Psychology, Philosophy, Political Science, or other related fields. The post-holders will be working in four different areas of research:

  • character education theory and pedagogies
  • preparing professionals for practice
  • cultivating cyber-phronesis
  • cultivating civic virtues through service to others.

These posts would suit applicants who are keen to develop careers as researchers in a practice-oriented environment.

The reference for these posts is 95394; salaries for Research Fellow posts range from £30,942 to £42,792 (Grade 7), or £41,526 to £55,750 (Grade 8).

The following vacancies are also available:

  • MA Character Education Lecturer (Teaching-Focused)

This role will teach, support and advise postgraduate students on the MA Character Education; a three year distance learning Programme.

Reference 80731. Salary from £41,526 to £55,750 (permanent position).

  • Engagement Officer

This role will be responsible for developing, planning and executing the successful management and delivery of outreach, public and policy engagement.

Reference 95410. Salary from £41,526 to £55,750.

  • Senior Projects Officer

This role will manage and support the co-ordination and execution of project activities across the Centre.

Reference 95411. Salary from £30,942 to £42,792.

  • Research Administrator

This role will provide dedicated post-award research support to projects across the Centre.

Reference 95408. Salary from £23,406 to £29,107.

  • Events Administrator

This role will provide comprehensive administrative support for the conference and events run by the Centre.

Reference 95409. Salary from £20,235 to £26,274.


Closing date for all posts: 23rd January 2020

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