This internship will undertake research is part of The Born in Wales project run by the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research (NCPHWR).
The internship offers a 12 month paid position to those interested in gaining experience with real-world research and data analysis, to develop and apply their skills within the population health and wellbeing research landscape.
NCPHWR Intern – Born in Wales Nursery Network
Salary: Grade 3 point 10 (£21,761) per Annum
Closing date: 27/04/23
This is a fixed term position for 12 month duration
It is a great opportunity to develop your skills working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, enhance your experience and work with undertaking research in assist you on your path to further employment.
Using the skills listed above and with support and guidance, interns will be required to build on a body of work relating to the Born in Wales study. Born in Wales has surveys for Expectant parents and parents of children aged 18 months to 2 and a half years. A new survey is being developed to be rolled out to nurseries creating a Nursery Network in Wales.
Main purpose of job
- To manage the roll out of the Nursery Network (communicate with nurseries about the survey, promote the survey on social media, collect survey responses, expand to other nurseries).
- To work towards successful completion of a pre-designed task related to a Research question that both suits the post holders skills and the needs of the business.
- To contribute towards the Research group’s activities by attending and contributing to meetings and other team communications.
- To enable those with suitable skills to gain quality, real-world experience of Public or Population health and wellbeing being research.
If you are a student outside of Swansea University and wish to apply, please contact David Burdett on email@example.com.