You will work directly with the SOAS ACE research core team led by Professor Mushtaq Khan to support the delivery of high quality and policy-relevant research in our three focus countries: Bangladesh, Tanzania and Nigeria.
Skills and experience
The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, have experience in delivering innovative, high-quality and policy-relevant research as part of global partnership programme. He/she would be able to build good working relationships with a wide range of partners across the ACE Research Consortium, outstanding research organisational skills to manage deadlines and balance competing workload demands. The successful candidate should have a PhD in a relevant field including economics and international development. A good knowledge of data management and qualitative and quantitative research methods is expected.
About the SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence Research Consortium (ACE)
The successful candidate will be part of the SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium which is led by Professor Mushtaq Khan in the Department of Economics at SOAS. The Consortium is a £6 million global partnership funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) of the UK Government. Together with its twelve international partner-organisations and a network of expert consultants, SOAS ACE conducts policy-oriented research on the content and effectiveness of anti-corruption strategies. SOAS ACE engages directly with DFID and other development partners to have an impact on anti-corruption policies and approaches. SOAS ACE research projects began in autumn 2017, the post-holder will join the Consortium at an exciting time of the implementation phase at a critical juncture of a high volume of sub-projects.
Interviews will provisionally be held on: 12th June 2018