Humanitarian Jobs Manchester 2023 University of Manchester Careers, From the Wellcome Discovery Award ‘Developing Humanitarian Medicine: From Alma Ata to Bio-Tech, a History of Norms, Knowledge Production and Care under the direction of Professor Bertrand Taithe at the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI), we are looking to hire a Research Associate at the University of Manchester. Using specialized biotechnological tools, this project on the history of humanitarian medicine as a set of emergency interventions aims to produce significant shifts in understanding its scientific and organizational specificity and role in developing clinical norms. It also debates the “rights-based” approach to health access and leads campaigns for drug access.
Humanitarian Jobs Manchester – Latest Jobs
- Closing date: 21/06/2023
- Location: Oxford Road
- Job reference: HUM-022005
- Hours Per Week: Full Time
- Salary: £35,308 to £43,155 per annum, depending on relevant experience
- Division/Team: Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
- Employment type: Fixed Term
- School/Directorate : School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
- Contract Duration: For 3 years
- Faculty/Organizational Unit: Humanities
Humanitarian Jobs Manchester – Eligibility Norms
All applicants must possess a pertinent PhD (or equivalent), a track record of exceptional research abilities, the capacity to pursue an independent research agenda, publications, and past experience working with or familiarity with NGO. Since HCRI is an interdisciplinary research organisation, anthropologists, sociologists, and academics of politics and international relations are all welcome to submit applications. Applications that demonstrate a dedication to or background in bridging disciplinary boundaries are encouraged.