This role forms part of a high-profile, dynamic, collaborative project that will examine and respond to the myriad ethical dilemmas and challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis. The post-holder will focus on questions concerning Ethics and Public Health and Health Inequalities.
What will I be doing?
Your activities will, in collaboration, be directed to the coordination and generation of analysis and rapid and timely outputs and deliverables as follows: Research on ethical challenges arising in relation to or as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, with a focus on public health and health inequalities; Peer-reviewed academic outputs; Responsive advice to decision-makers; Rapid reviews of existing ethics literature to inform decision-making; Executive summaries of ethics evidence; Policy Briefs for decision-makers; Lay summaries of ethical reasoning on key challenges; Commissioned ethics research; Public deliberation workshops to promote stakeholder engagement.
You should apply if
You have excellent knowledge and understanding of ethics, applicable to public health and health inequalities. The post-holder will be able to apply their expertise across distinct practical areas of ethical analysis, and have the capacity to engage with and disseminate findings to distinct expert, policy, practitioner, and public audiences.
Applicants are required to submit the following: Cover letter of 1-2 pages Academic CV A 300-word ethical analysis of a question concerning public health and health inequalities in the context of covid-19 Please note salary bands: £33,797 to £38,017 per annum (at Grade I - Research Associate), £38,017 to £42,792 per annum (at Grade J - Senior Research Associate, commensurate with experience) This role is openended with fixed funding to end 31 May 2022
For informal enquiries, please contact Professor John Coggon - John.Coggon@bristol.ac.uk Interviews anticipated as soon as possible after the closing date (mid Feb) - start date ideally 01 March 2021 as the project is already underway.
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us. « Return to the search results