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Research Assistant (HE)

Job description.

Research Assistants work in a wide range of different fields in the sciences and social sciences. They are usually based in one or more university departments and work on projects alone, or collaboratively with colleagues in the same institution or in another university. The hours of work are flexible, being determined by the individual depending on the needs of the project. Researchers usually work long hours, especially as deadlines draw closer.

  • Plan research projects, including one’s own role within them
  • Seek funding for the project from external and internal sources
  • Lead pilot projects/feasibility studies if required
  • Undertake research, either laboratory or office-based or in the field
  • Record findings
  • Present findings to peers at conferences or in published articles
  • Keep records and accounts of the management of the project

Salary and Conditions

Many researchers do not have permanent positions; their jobs are on temporary contracts for the life of the particular project. Researchers can spend many years jumping from project to project without any real job security. Projects can last anything from a few months to a number of years. This flexibility and variety suits many people. The starting salary for a research assistant is between £20-25,000.

Entry Criteria

Many research assistant posts require a good undergraduate degree in a subject relevant to the subject to be studied. As well as a formal qualification, employers are usually looking for a particular set of skills gained doing similar sorts of research, for example using certain statistical methods or certain pieces of equipment. They will also expect you to display in-depth knowledge of the overall field of research.

Career Path

Research assistants start out by assisting on someone else’s project, usually for a period of a few months or a year. By doing this they gain experience and are then able to move on to longer term projects and managing their own budgets and staff at a more senior level.

Major employers

University-based research assistants are mostly employed in publicly funded universities or HE colleges. There are many different sorts of these in the UK. Oxford and Cambridge are the most prestigious, followed by research-based institutions such as the Russell Group. The post-1992 group of universities, which used to be Polytechnics, also employ many research assistants. There is one private university in the UK, based in Buckingham. Every large town or city in the UK now has its own university.

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Research Assistant/Associate Systems Microbiology

Newcastle, GB

Research Assistant: £31,396 to £32,982 per annum

Research Associate: £33,966 to £36,024 per annum

Newcastle University is a great place to work, with excellent benefits . We have a generous holiday package; plus the opportunity to buy more, great pension schemes and a number of health and wellbeing initiatives to support you.

Closing Date: 12 June 2024

We are seeking a highly motivated Research Assistant/Associate to join our research team. 

You will support our team in using systems microbiology approaches to dissect Gram-negative bacterial envelope biology. 

Much of the ecological success of bacteria can be attributed to their robust, protective envelope. The cell envelope is a complex structure, featuring a mesh-like peptidoglycan (PG) layer that provides mechanical protection to the cell. In Gram-negative bacteria, this PG mesh lays between two lipid bilayers, named the inner and the outer membrane. During growth and cell division, the envelope layers are enlarged by the combined actions of different protein machineries. Importantly, the co-ordination of this synthesis is vitally critical for maintaining the structural integrity of the envelope. Disturbed envelope biogenesis, thus, often leads to cell death, making it an excellent antibiotic target. The asymmetric nature of the OM lipid bilayer in Gram-negative bacteria provides a permeability barrier to both hydrophobic and large hydrophilic antimicrobials. This impermeability, in combination with efflux pumps, makes these organisms notoriously difficult to treat with antibiotics. Despite the critical importance of the Gram-negative cell envelope for developing effective antimicrobial therapies, genome-wide tools to dissect envelope biogenesis are still underdeveloped. 

This post is full time, fixed term until 28 February 2026.

For informal enquiries contact: Manuel Banzhaf at  [email protected]

Find out more about the Faculty of Medical Sciences here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/medical-sciences/

Find out more about our Research Institutes here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/medical-sciences/research/institutes/

Please note that if you are successful to this role, you will require medical clearance before you can commence in the role.

As part of our commitment to career development for research colleagues, the University has developed 3 levels of research role profiles .  These profiles set out firstly the generic competences and responsibilities expected of role holders at each level and secondly the general qualifications and experiences needed for entry at a particular level.

Key Accountabilities

  • Although working under the general guidance of an academic or Principal Investigator, the postholder will contribute ideas, including enhancements to the technical or methodological aspects of their studies, thus providing substantial 'added value' 
  • Develop and carry out the specified project using appropriate techniques and equipment as outlined in the personal requirements 
  • Determine appropriate methodologies for research, with advice and support where required
  • Contribute to grant applications submitted by others and in time develop own research objectives and proposals for funding 
  • Begin to write, with appropriate support, proposals for individual research funding or, where funders do not permit this, contribute to the writing of collective bids
  • Assess research findings for the need/scope for further investigations
  • Contribute to the writing up of their research for publication and dissemination, either through seminar and conference presentations or through publications
  • Present research findings, either at conferences or through publications in reputable outlets appropriate to the discipline
  • May be involved in the supervision, with guidance, of final year undergraduate research projects and in providing support to postgraduate research students or Research Assistants 
  • Will need to work with the support staff and, on occasions, with undergraduate and postgraduate students, and interact intellectually with other academic members of the Institute
  • May contribute to events celebrating the public engagement of science/social sciences/humanities
  • Develop an awareness of University structures, policies and procedures and relevant issues in the higher education, research, social and political environment  

The Person (Essential)

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Ability to work well as part of a team and rapidly acquire new skills
  • Detailed subject knowledge systems microbiology in the area of research 
  • Likelihood of advanced skills directly related to the research projects 
  • High level of analytical and problem-solving capability 
  • Ability to communicate complex information with clarity and to encourage the commitment of others 
  • Experience of research with clear transferable skills and some experience or awareness of the research environment 
  • Presentations at conferences and/or high-quality publications 
  • Ability to optimize and troubleshoot new techniques
  • Experience in dissecting biological mechanism using biochemical and/or biophysical methods
  • Extensive experience of recombinant DNA manipulation, including molecular cloning and genome editing
  • Deep understanding and experience studying DNA-binding proteins using in vitro techniques, such as in vitro transcription experiments
  • Extensive experience of genome-wide techniques for mapping DNA-protein interactions
  • Experience of using synthetic strain libraries for high throughput screening
  • Experience in quantitative cell imaging and image analysis
  • Some experience and understanding of using chemical genomics techniques
  • Some experience of using animal models to study bacterial pathogens
  • Previous experience of recombinant and native protein purification techniques, including FPLC. Ability to assist and help coordinate less experienced lab members, and past responsibility for undertaking managing, and reviewing risk assessments
  • Be able to demonstrate competence and success in solving biological problems through independent intellectual and practical contributions to previous research projects

Attributes and Behaviour

  • Candidates should be highly motivated and actively pursue a career in academic science or R&D
  • Candidates should be able to work in a team
  • Candidates should be self-driven and work independently within their research project/theme

Qualifications

  • A PhD in natural science discipline (Research Associate)
  • Good honours degree (or equivalent) with some subject knowledge in microbiology (Research Assistant)

Newcastle University is a global University where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.  As a University of Sanctuary, we aim to provide a welcoming place of safety for all, offering opportunities to people fleeing violence and persecution.

We are committed to being a fully inclusive university which actively recruits, supports and retains colleagues from all sectors of society.  We value diversity as well as celebrate, support and thrive on the contributions of all of our employees and the communities they represent.  We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from individuals who can complement our existing teams, we believe that success is built on having teams whose backgrounds and experiences reflect the diversity of our university and student population.

At Newcastle University we hold a silver Athena Swan award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality.  We also hold a Race Equality Charter Bronze award in recognition of our work towards tackling race inequality in higher education REC.  We are a Disability Confident employer and will offer an interview to disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the role as part of the offer and interview scheme.

In addition, we are a member of the Euraxess initiative supporting researchers in Europe. 

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Job id: 090268 . Salary: £37,332 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance .

Posted: 31 May 2024 . Closing date: 16 June 2024 .

Business unit: IoPPN . Department: Psychology .

Contact details: Professor Dame Til Wykes & Dr Matteo Cella . [email protected] & [email protected]

Location: Denmark Hill Campus . Category: Professional & Support Services .

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The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) is a School of King's College London and the largest academic community in Europe devoted to the study and prevention of mental illness and brain disease. The IoPPN  pioneers research into new and improved ways of understanding and treating mental ill health ( http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/  ). The research role is based in the Psychology Department, one of the world’s largest academic groupings of clinical and health psychologists. It is one of four departments in the School of Mental Health and Psychological Sciences. (  https://www.kcl.ac.uk/psychology )

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to join the CONNECT study at King’s College London as a researcher assistant. The CONNECT study is a multi-site Wellcome Trust funded project that aims to identify relapse signatures in people with psychosis using active and passive digital monitoring and data collection.

The NHS has a clear digital agenda for addressing mental health challenges by harnessing the information gathered from technology and self-management in long-term conditions. Our long-term vision is to improve the quality of life of people with psychosis while also reducing the impact and financial burden on service providers. Continuous symptom monitoring coupled with models that accurately and reliably predict relapse will contribute to this vision.

The post-holder will have an interest in and/or experience of research with people with a diagnosis of psychosis or severe mental health difficulties. It would suit a bright, responsible individual who can take initiative as well as work well in a team as well as problem solve issues relatively independently. The role involves recruitment and assessment of participants from local services, working closely with our local Research Coordinator, the study Project Manager based in Manchester and the project team. The successful applicant will join the Department of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London.

Interviews are likely to be held during the week commencing 1st July.

This is a full time post (35 Hours per week), and you will be offered an a fixed term contract until 31/12/26.

To be successful in this role, we are looking for candidates to have the following skills and experience:

Essential criteria

  • Degree in a Psychology or related field at least at the 2.1 level
  • Knowledge and/or experience of working with people with severe mental health problems in the NHS
  • Proven ability to use initiative to efficiently plan, and progress projects and communicate their findings
  • Proven ability to work effectively as a team member as well as working alone
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work with colleagues at all levels
  • An understanding of confidentiality and protocols for ethics and data protection
  • Flexible approach to dealing with research problems as they arise
  • Excellent organisation and administrative skills

Desirable criteria

  • Experience working as an assistant psychologist offering assessment and/or treatment to people with psychosis in the NHS.
  • Experience working as a research assistant in a study using digital technology in people with severe mental health conditions.
  • Experience with, and commitment to, patient and public engagement and non-academic dissemination of research study findings.

Downloading a copy of our Job Description

Full details of the role and the skills, knowledge and experience required can be found in the Job Description document, provided at the bottom of the next page after you click “Apply Now”. This document will provide information of what criteria will be assessed at each stage of the recruitment process.

Further Information

We pride ourselves on being inclusive and welcoming. We embrace diversity and want everyone to feel that they belong and are connected to others in our community.

We are committed to working with our staff and unions on these and other issues, to continue to support our people and to develop a diverse and inclusive culture at King's.

We ask all candidates to submit a copy of their CV, and a supporting statement, detailing how they meet the essential criteria listed in the advert. If we receive a strong field of candidates, we may use the desirable criteria to choose our final shortlist, so please include your evidence against these where possible.

To find out how our managers will review your application, please take a look at our ‘How we Recruit’   pages.

Interviews are due to be held in late June.

We are not able to offer sponsorship for candidates who do not currently possess the right to work in the UK.

Research Assistant / Associate in Supercapacitors

Newcastle university - school of engineering.

Company description: We are a world class research-intensive university. We deliver teaching and learning of the highest quality. We play a leading role in economic, social and cultural development of the North East of England. Attracting and retaining high-calibre people is fundamental to our continued success. Job description: The Role The School of Engineering at Newcastle University is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant or Associate to join the team of Digital Material Manufacturing (DMM) to support a commercial research project funded by Sustainable Energy Efficient Designed Structures (SEEDS) . The project will involve electrical and electrochemical measurements of supercapacitor energy storage devices supplied by SEEDS to evaluate key performance metrics for the devices. In-depth chemical analysis of the key components of supercapacitors using appropriate chemical analysis tools and device structures will be necessary to enable comparison with devices currently available in the market. SEEDS is an innovative deep tech company that specialises in the development of advanced organic nano-materials to vastly improve the performance of battery and solar technologies. SEEDS have developed high energy density nano-carbon materials which have exhibited high conductivity for use in formulating battery electrode slurries. SEEDS are currently developing supercapacitor films to demonstrate the power density of their innovative carbon nano-materials. The supercapacitors are expected to be used as part of energy systems to deliver power bursts in electric vehicles and powering the transmission of data in wireless communications technology. DMM is a close-knit team of researchers within the Advanced Materials and Electrochemical Engineering Group in Chemical Engineering . DMM specialises in the development and processing of novel materials for energy storage, sensing, and wearable applications and is expanding in terms of its facilities and academic and industrial collaborations. Research at DMM is highly multi-disciplinary and uses advanced characterisation facilities. Your primary focus will be on research, characterisation, and validation of various supercapacitor devices currently available in the market and to provide comparison with those developed by SEEDS using novel electrode materials. You will use common electrical and electrochemical testing methods such as cyclic voltammetry, galvanostatic charge discharge, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for evaluating supercapacitor materials and devices. Additionally, you will employ a wide range of chemical analysis tools such as XRD, Raman, SEM, TEM, TGA, DSC, and XPS for evaluating chemical composition and structure of materials used in various supercapacitors. As such a combined knowledge of or experience in electrochemical testing and chemical analysis will be necessary. This appointment is full-time (37 hours) and fixed term for a period of 6 months, or until project completion, whichever comes soonest. To view the job description, please click here Click on the above Apply  button to complete an online application and upload a CV and a brief cover letter. Your cover letter is a supporting statement and should outline how you meet the essential criteria of the role. Please note that if you are successful to this role, you will require medical clearance before you can commence in the role. For informal queries regarding the role or the project, please contact Dr Shayan Seyedin, Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at: [email protected] . For more information about the School of Engineering, and our research, please click here .

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