1. Be in possession of at least an upper second-class (2:1) honours degree (or equivalent) through which candidates have gained an understanding of the development and analysis of public policy or law making;
2. At least two years’ post degree (or equivalent) work experience of;
a) conducting objective, evidence-based research, requiring the collation and validation of a wide range of data (qualitative and quantitative), on social justice issues;
b) producing and delivering evidence-based research briefings on social justice issues to decision makers.
The salary range is £44,601-£45,947. This is an Assembly Grade 5 position.
The Research and Information Service (RaISe) is part of the Assembly’s Legal, Governance and Research Services Directorate.
Research Teams provide the Northern Ireland Assembly with impartial, objective, timely and non-partisan information and research.
The successful candidate will be accountable to the Senior Research Officer.
The successful applicant will be based in Parliament Buildings, Belfast.
Completed application forms must be submitted by 12 noon 13th March 2020.
Completed forms must be submitted by 12 noon 13th March 2020
Our researchers work within specialist portfolios located in four research teams:
Together, supported by the Library within RaISe, the Research Teams provide the following services:
If you would like to view Mark’s full briefing to the Committee you can watch it on the Assembly’s TV site.
Below you will find everything you need to apply for the position.
If you require more information on the recruitment process, please contact the Human Resources Office on 02890 520327.