Research in Practice is a not-for-profit organisation that is part of the Dartington Hall Trust. As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to supporting, engaging and developing our staff.
Please see our current opportunities below.
We have a vacancy for a Team Administrator to provide administrative support across all functions of our business (including Business Support, Finance, Events, Publications, Client Account management, Marketing and Communications).
We are seeking a highly organised, creative and energetic individual with strong administration and finance skills with the ability to work flexibly, ensuring deadlines are met. Excellent time management, ability to work as part of a team, computer literacy and numeracy, accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are essential.
Please note for this role we are not accepting CVs.
For more information on this role, including a downloadable copy of the job description and how to apply please visit: https://www.dartington.org/team-administrator/
Become an Associate
We are always looking for research, policy and practice experts who want to work with us as Associates on a freelance basis.
Our Associates are great facilitators, skilled researchers, people with evaluation skills, experts on a particular topic within social care, social work practitioners, experienced writers, or a combination of all of these.
If you would like to become an Associate, please send us your CV along with a covering letter highlighting your skills and experience and examples of your work (if relevant) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you design high quality social care research or evaluate existing data sets to find out if a social care intervention is improving the lives of people who access services?
We are looking for researchers and evaluation professionals with experience of working with quantitative data and statistics to join the network of Associates working with Research in Practice. As a freelance Evaluation Associate you will work on projects to design and conduct research into social care.