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To discuss how you and your organisation can get more involved with The Work Foundation, please contact us.

Call 020 7976 3575 or email info@theworkfoundation.com

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Apply hereThe Work Foundation is a leading provider of research-based analysis, knowledge exchange and policy advice in the UK and beyond. We transform people’s experience of work and the labour market through high quality research that empowers individuals and influences public policies and organisational practices. 

There currently are three vacancies

Senior Economic Analyst (reference A1215)
Salary: £37,185 to £47,235
Closing Date: Thursday 30 April 2015

The Work Foundation (TWF) is a research think-tank and part of Lancaster University, and is seeking to appoint a Senior Economic Analyst to provide expertise in the areas of personnel and/or health economics. The post will be based at TWF offices in London.

You will have a strong background in applied economic analysis, with a higher degree in economics or a cognate subject. You will have experience of working in a competitive research environment, providing analysis for and writing reports to tight deadlines, communicating results effectively, and securing funding. We are particularly interested in candidates who can demonstrate expertise in methods of economic evaluation.

Informal inquiries about this post may be addressed to Professor Geraint Johnes (g.johnes@lancaster.ac.uk, +44 (0)1524 594215).

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

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Researcher (reference A1229)
Salary: £29,145 to £34,170 (fixed-term for 6 months to cover maternity)
Closing Date: Sunday 17 May 2015

The Centre for Workforce Effectiveness conducts applied research around the topics of workforce health and wellbeing, the employment deal, leadership, flexible working, workforce demographics and good work.  We are seeking a talented researcher to join our team.

The successful applicant should have a relevant degree with appropriate research experience in an academic setting or research organisation post-degree to undertake the post. You should have applied knowledge of a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods.  A full description of the role and person specification is attached.

The researcher will work across a variety of projects being conducted by The Work Foundation, these currently include projects investigating the impact of chronic health conditions in the workplace and work on issues such as pay and reward, skills, flexible working and the ageing labour market.

The post is fixed-term for 6 months to cover maternity, full-time (35 hours p.w.) and offers excellent benefits including cash plan health cover and stakeholder pension scheme.

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

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Researcher (reference A1233)
Salary: £29,145 to £34,170
Closing Date: Friday 15 May 2015

You should have a relevant degree with appropriate research experience in an academic setting or research organisation post-degree to undertake the post. You should have applied knowledge of a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods.

The researcher will work across a variety of projects being conducted by The Work Foundation, these currently include projects investigating the impact of chronic health conditions in the workplace and work on issues such as pay and reward, skills, flexible working and the labour market.

The post is permanent and full time and offers excellent benefits including cash plan health cover and stakeholder pension scheme.

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

Apply here