Research Assistant 'Snacktivity'
Application closing date
Specialist and Supporting Academic Research grade 5 from £27979
School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Full-time; Fixed-term for 12 months
We are looking for a researcher to assist with supporting the NIHR-funded ‘Snacktivity' programme grant. You must have an ability to understand mobile phones and health apps, including the use of these technologies in a research setting.
Applicants must have experience of working as a researcher, possess strong organizational abilities and excellent interpersonal skills. You will also possess excellent report writing skills. You must be able to drive and have access to a car.
This full time post is offered on a fixed-term contract initially for 12 months starting 1 April 2024, and is based at the Loughborough University East Midlands campus.
Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Amanda Daley, Professor of Behavioural Medicine, via email at [email protected]
Closing date for applications - 21 February 2024
Further details available here.
Loughborough University is committed to allowing its employees to work dynamically with a combination of working on campus and remotely, where possible. This has been identified as a role that could work dynamically and, if successful, your line manager will discuss these informal arrangements with you. Please note that there is a general expectation that the successful candidate will spend the majority of time working on the Loughborough campus.
Research Assistant 'Snacktivity'
February 06, 2024
February 21, 2024
About the employer
The history of Loughborough University can be traced back to the establishment of a small technical institute in 1909. Originally, Loughborough University of Technology provided education only in technical subjects like art and science. The university was given its current name in 1996. Currently, the university has 22 academic schools and departments, over 100 research groups, institutes and centers, and over 35 professional services, teams.
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