We are looking for a Research Co-ordinator to assist with the collection, compilation, analysis and presentation of data. The Research Co-ordinator will be able to aid in the provision of information and data that helps us to assess how effective we are being in meeting our objectives. This information can also be used to provide a wider understanding of the impact of the Arts Council’s funding, and of the activities that it supports.
As a public body, the Arts Council strives to manage its affairs to the highest standards of effectiveness and accountability. The Research Co-ordinator contributes to the Research & Evaluation team in achieving that goal.
The successful candidate will hold a qualification in a relevant discipline containing formal training in statistical theory and research methods, and/or have significant experience with demonstrable ability in a statistics related field.
The ability to work on own initiative and prioritise, working effectively under pressure is essential along with good communication skills and a commitment to high standards of customer care.
We work in both English and Welsh and fluency in Welsh (both written and spoken) is desirable but not essential for this post.
Part time – 12.6 hours per week
Grade B: £7,015 - £8,531 (£20,601 - £25,052 per annum based on full time hours)
This is a permanent role
We are also recruiting for a part time Research Officer and would welcome applications from candidates who wish to undertake both part time roles as a split role (which would equate to full time hours). For candidates wishing to apply for both roles please complete the application for the Research Officer role only but indicate in your email that you are applying for both.
Closing date: 12:00 midday on 6 March 2020
Applications should be sent to email@example.com
We operate an Equal Opportunities Recruitment Policy and welcome applications from all sections of the community in Welsh or English.