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Policy & Impact

Head of Impact Strategy

Slough

Job Ref
HKSCR3004/SG-HL-19-012B
Location
Slough

Head of Impact Strategy 
Location: Slough, UK 
£60-70k plus Pension & Benefits

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. They are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years.

The Head of Impact Strategy is a pivotal role in putting NFER's self funded research to external stakeholders to influence education policy and practice. The role offers a unique opportunity to work with the UK’s leading education researchers to ensure that evidence plays a key role in education policy and practice.

Key responsibilities:

• Work with the wider network across NFER in order to deliver high-impact research projects that are aligned with NFER’s strategic priorities.
• Develop and commission original ideas for new NFER funded research, and synthesise our own and others’ evidence, drawing out key insights.
• Identify and engage with the important debates, potential policies and initiatives that are relevant to NFER.
• Act as an ambassador for NFER, develop networks, promote NFER’s expertise, spot new opportunities, bring information and intelligence back into NFER and work with colleagues to agree strategies to pursue as appropriate.

For more information regarding this role, and details of how to apply, please visit www.wildsearch.org/opportunities or contact Amy Wevill or Edward Wild on 0207 233 2115.

Closing date for applications: Monday 29th April.

Function
Policy & Impact
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Policy Communications Manager

Slough

Job Ref
ACGHB0605/SG-HL-19-20.1
Location
Slough

Policy Communications Manager
Location: Slough
Salary: £42,746 - £48,109

We do some truly amazing work and we need your help to spread the word. Can you design and deliver a proactive communications strategy that raises NFER’s visibility and expertise within the education sector?

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do.

Joining as the Policy Communications Manager, in this newly created role, your emphasis will be to identify and provide support in understanding matters relating to education policy initiatives. You’ll take NFER’s key areas of expertise and be its public response within education policy developments, working closely with the Senior Management and Leadership team to generate content aimed at raising NFER’s profile. Key elements of the role include:

- Track education policy developments, reports, announcements and debates that relate to NFER key priority areas and make recommendations as to any potential communications and/or visibility opportunities that might arise from them
- Work with the Research Department and Impact Team to schedule and deliver relevant blogs, comment and other social media and web content around policy developments and government initiatives relating to NFER key priority areas
- Develop relationships with key external stakeholders (think tanks, media, government comms teams, Special Advisers) with a view to identifying future visibility and impact opportunities

Your technical background:

- You have a degree in a relevant field of study
- You have strong writing style with the ability to write accurately and for a variety of audiences
- You can assimilate, understand and re-present large amounts of content quickly

You’ll love this job, if:

- You enjoy writing!
- You are proactive and enjoy finding ways to engage with an online audience
- Building relationships through many different media comes naturally

Bonus Points:

You don’t need a background in education but we’re eager to hear from you if do, or you may have an understanding of government policy, or have worked as a Content Manager, Communications Manager, as an Education Blogger or Policy Blogger.

Why NFER?

- Competitive salary
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development
- Great work/life balance (35 hours worked per week)

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Policy Communications Manager, apply via the button shown.

Applications to be submitted by midnight 6th May 2019.

Function
Policy & Impact
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Economics

Senior Economist - Policy & Impact in Education

Slough

Job Ref
HKSCQ3004/SG-HL-19-013
Location
Slough

Senior Economist - NFER Impact
Location: Slough, UK 
Salary: £41,703 - £49,793

As a Senior Economist, you will play a key role NFER’s visibility and impact strategy to deliver impactful evidence across our eight key topic areas that policy makers and system leaders need and that informs and positively influences their decision-making. 

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do. 

The role of Senior Economist will be to: 
- Use economic analysis to shed new light on education issues 
- Initiate and manage projects and one off analysis that apply an understanding of market failure, cost-effectiveness analysis, behavioural science, incentives and econometric modelling to pressing policy and practice questions. 
- Contribute to the development and delivery of the Impact strategy. 
- Collaborate with the wider community of NFER economists in creating new ideas for research and analysis and developing the use of quantitative and economic methods across the NFER. 
- Drive and support the dissemination activity and influence of NFER’s own research and analysis. 

Your technical background: 
- A Masters or higher degree in economics (with a strong microeconomics and evaluation element), or an equivalent combination of qualifications and professional experience 
- Quantitative research skills; including knowledge of statistical techniques used in applied economics and experience/understanding of how to develop economic models to support decision making 
- Experience of applying economic principles and analysis to policy questions 
- User of statistical software e.g. STATA, SPSS, R, MPlus and MLWin 

You’ll love this job, if you are: 
- A critical thinker with an intellectual stance to persuade a diverse set of audiences using evidence 
- Creative and innovative in the conceptual development and design of projects 
- Able to take responsibility for research projects and to fulfil project leader activities 
- Confident in representing the organisation externally 

Bonus Points: 
We’re eager to hear from you if you’ve worked with policy evaluation or current educational issues as an Economist, Researcher, or Research Manager with an economics background and have experience in National Pupil Database or School Workforce Census assessment datasets. 

Why NFER? 

- Competitive salary 
- Generous pension scheme 
- Free parking 
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days 
- Excellent support for professional development 
- Great work/life balance (35 hours worked per week) 
- Easy access to major transport hubs including London Heathrow 

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community. This role is open for Tier 2 sponsorship. 

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Senior Economist in policy and education, apply via the button shown. 
Applications to be submitted by midnight on the 28th April.

Function
Economics
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Project Management

Senior Project Manager

Slough

Job Ref
HWPAA1205/SG-HL-19-002
Location
Slough
Salary
£41,703 - £46,936 per annum

Senior Project Manager
Slough, Berkshire

Are you hands-on, driven and looking to take your next step up as a Senior Project Manager? Want to lead a challenging and fast-paced portfolio of projects that will help children and young people get the best education possible? If so, read on.

This is an incredible opportunity for an experienced, pragmatic project manager to make a positive, lasting impact with a leading charity.

About NFER (National Foundation for Educational Research)

With a 70-year history, NFER is an independent and highly respected charity that carries out research within education. Our robust and innovative research, assessment, and other services are widely known and used. We have a reputation as an organisation that informs policy and practice, helping to ensure the best possible education for children and young people.

About the Role

As the Senior Project Manager, you’ll support the operational delivery of a wide range of educational projects. In this important role, you’ll join a committed, highly-skilled team who are passionate about improving education and outcomes for children and young people.

Joining the Research & Product Operations (RPO) Department, you will work on large scale test trials, international studies, Randomised Control Trials, marking projects, event-based projects, as well as a suite of products for schools and others.

Specifically, you will:

- Line manage a team
- Oversee a range of complex projects at any one time
- Manage assessment trials, event-based projects, surveys and e-assessment projects
- Write reports and proposals and pitch for projects via competitive tendering
- Manage budgets and control costs

About You

To join us as our Senior Project Manager, you’ll need:

- Large scale, complex operational project management experience
- Excellent MS Excel skills and the ability to learn and utilise technology with ease
- A degree (or equivalent) which included a numerical and/or technical element

The Benefits

- Salary of £42,746 to £48,109 per annum
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development
- Great work/life balance (35 hours worked per week)

Located close to Windsor and Slough town centre, we offer a pleasant office environment surrounded by green space that’s just 15 minutes from London Paddington and an easy drive from the M4 and M40.

We’d love to hear from you if you’ve worked as a Senior Project Delivery Manager, Programme Manager, Educational Project Manager, Programme Delivery Manager or Project Manager.

The closing date for applications is midnight Sunday 12th May.

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Senior Project Manager, apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Project Management
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Technical Project Manager

Slough

Job Ref
HKSKJ0605/SG-HL-19-10
Location
Slough
Salary
£42,746 - £48,109

Technical Project Manager
Location: Slough
Salary: £42,746 - £48,109

With a 70-year history, NFER is an independent and highly respected charity whose robust and innovative research, assessment, and other services are widely known and used. We are moving into eAssessment, taking traditional paper-based exam assessment to fully electronic assessment and are looking for a Technical Project Manager to make a real difference to both our organisation and the schools, teachers and pupils that we work with.

As the Technical Project Manager, you’ll deliver a new eAssessment development strategy. You’ll project manage the design, specification, development and testing of the new eAssessment system as well as overseeing further development and maintenance of other smaller client facing and internal systems.

Working closely with our in-house delivery and development team and third party suppliers, as well as clients and customers, you’ll ensure the delivery of a system that meets ours and our customer’s high standards.

Your technical background:
- PRINCE2, Agile or related project management certification and change management
- Knowledge of the software system JIRA, IT specifications, requirements, testing and bug tracking
- Experience of leading testing teams and plans
- Project management skills, including risk assessment and change management
- Expert level MS-Excel

You’ll be a good fit for this role, if:
- You are a natural problem-solver used to reacting quickly to shifting priorities in a demanding environment
- You have a proactive and professional approach
- You have a strong desire to develop and improve the customer experience, always striving to deliver high-quality output
- You can build rapport with clients and convey technical work in “plain English”.

Bonus Points:
It goes without saying that if you’ve worked managing eAssessment solutions we eager to hear from you, or if you have significant experience of designing and implementing new systems particularly within education or with examining bodies. You could even have a digital, EdTech or e-learning background supported with a strong project manager approach.

Other companies may call this role Technical Project Manager, Project Manager, Project Delivery Manager, Programme Manager or eAssessment Project Manager.

Why NFER?

- Competitive salary
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development
- Great work/life balance (35 hours worked per week)

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community.

Applications are to be submitted by midnight 6th May 2019, with interviews scheduled for the following week.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Technical Project Manager apply via the button shown.

Function
Project Management
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Become an Associate

International Education Associates

Work from Home

Job Ref
A-01
Location
Work from Home

Location: Worldwide / Home-based (may include travel)
Salary: Negotiable: Daily rates based on skills and experience

The lives of children and young people worldwide are inextricably linked to the amount and quality of education they receive. At NFER, our mission is to improve outcomes for future generations everywhere and to support positive change across education systems. We do this by creating and sharing research evidence and insights on education policy and practice, informing policymakers and other key decision makers, and strengthening practice in classrooms.

NFER International is inviting global education specialists, researchers, and evaluators to apply to join our pool of Associates.

We are looking for associates who bring thematic, methodological or country level experience to expand our international portfolio and geographical reach.
On this occasion we are looking to identify senior level Associates with extensive relevant experience to join our network of associates working on NFER International’s priority education themes.
We are seeking applications from experts with experience working in low and middle income countries. In particular, we are interested in those who have extensive experience in one or more of the following countries:
• East Africa, including: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Rwanda, Zambia and Malawi
• South Asia, including: Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

What is an NFER Associate?

As an NFER Associate you will work collaboratively with our dynamic teams in realising our vision to support the development of education systems across the globe, including low-middle income countries. Where we identify appropriate opportunities we will invite you to support our rapidly growing portfolio of international work. We offer flexible opportunities from short to longer-term contracts, across a range of disciplines and thematic areas, and across multiple countries and contexts. Through developing strong and lasting relationships with our Associates we can offer carefully matched opportunities, within supportive teams.

NFER International priority areas

NFER International works across five core themes:
1. Assessment: Purpose, reliability and efficacy of assessments: cognitive and non-cognitive skills assessment; e-assessment; formative assessment; national assessment system reform etc.

2. Structures and Systems: Evaluating school structures and systems: school management, leadership, and inspection; private sector funding and provision; donor and NGO accountability; comparative education system performance and reforms etc.

3. Equity and Inclusion: Evaluating the provision of inclusive and equitable education: including socioeconomic status; gender; ethnic and linguistic groups; disability; and geographic or regional.

4. Education and Technology (Edtech): Assessing technological solutions to educational barriers: technology-assisted learning for students; edtech interventions to support or manage teachers; e-assessment.

5. Teaching and Learning: Informing policies and practices related to teachers and school leaders: teacher training, accreditation, and licencing; teacher management; pedagogy and classroom practice, including gender-responsive pedagogy.


Please see the full brief attached for more information and a detailed role description and person specification.

Function
Become an Associate
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Assessments

Researchers - Assessment/Test Developer

Slough

Job Ref
19-17/18
Location
Slough

Teachers, Education and Assessment professionals…. interested in using your expertise for developing educational assessments? We are expanding our team and can provide a challenging, friendly and supportive environment - ideal if you’re looking to develop your assessment expertise or are already established and wanting to join a talented team.

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do.

As a Researcher within Assessments you’ll be part of the team who develop assessment products which enables primary schools to monitor progress and measure achievement. You’ll also be involved in national and international projects developing educational and non-cognitive assessments. Key elements of the role include:
• To conduct, under supervision, a range of research activities on a number of different assessment projects; predominantly writing assessment content eg questions, tasks
• To contribute to the wider assessment and research activities of NFER
• To contribute to business development and proposal writing

Your technical background:
• A degree or equivalent in a relevant subject (English, mathematics, psychology or a science);
• Basic relevant knowledge and skills in assessment / research;
• Experience of work in UK schools;

You’ll love this job, if:
You enjoy being part of a team and can manage your own time and work to deadlines.

Bonus Points:
We’re eager to hear from you if you’ve worked as a teacher, exam boards or other environments where you have been in contact with developing cognitive assessments. If you have experience of working in UK schools using assessment tools you do not need to have an in-depth knowledge as we will train you!

Why NFER?
- Competitive salary – depending on skills and experience
- We are open to exploring flexible and part time working patterns
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community. For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact us on 01753 637269. This number is strictly for candidates only.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Researcher in Assessment, apply via the button shown. Applications to be submitted by midnight 7th May 2019.

Function
Assessments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Digital Researcher - eAssessment

Slough

Job Ref
19-19
Location
Slough

Interested in using your know how in eAssessment or eLearning for educational assessment?

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do.

As the Digital Researcher for eAssessment you’ll be part of the team who develop assessment products which enables primary schools to monitor progress and measure achievement. You’ll also be involved in national and international projects developing educational and non-cognitive assessments. Your role will be to provide technical expertise relating to eAssessment projects. Key elements of the role include to:
• provide technical expertise on eAssessment development projects
• provide support for test development researchers working on eAssessment projects
• undertake research focused on eAssessment
• contribute to business development and proposal writing

Your technical background:
• Experienced in use of HTML and CSS
• Effective communicator both verbally and in writing with technical and non-technical colleagues and stakeholders
• Experienced in producing materials for use by children and young people or measuring cognitive skills

You’ll love this job, if:
You enjoy working in teams and are passionate about using technology to enhance and develop assessment within education.

Bonus Points:
We’re eager to hear from you if you’ve worked with eAssessment or eLearning systems and delivery platforms, have experience of working in education / schools / educational assessment, have knowledge of JavaScript. You may even be a Teacher with a bit of a techy background, interested in Assessment.

Why NFER?
- Competitive salary – depending on skills and experience
- We are open to exploring flexible and part time working patterns
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development
NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Digital Researcher - eAssessment, apply via the button shown. For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact us on 01753 637269. This number is strictly for candidates only.

Applications to be submitted by midnight 7th May 2019.

Function
Assessments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Senior Digital Researcher - eAssessment

Slough

Job Ref
19-16
Location
Slough

Interested in using your know how in eAssessment or eLearning for educational assessment?

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do.

As the Senior Digital Researcher for eAssessment you’ll be part of the team who develop assessment products which enables primary schools to monitor progress and measure achievement. You’ll also be involved in national and international projects developing educational and non-cognitive assessments. Your role will be to provide technical expertise relating to eAssessment projects, including managing projects and working with subject and assessment experts; assessment users; and technology providers.

Key elements of the role include:
• To manager projects relating to eAssessment
• To lead business development and proposal writing in the area of eAssessment,
• To represent NFER with clients and the wider eAssessment community
• To lead research focused on eAssessment and to contribute to the wider assessment and research activities of NFER.

Your technical background:
• Experienced in use of HTML and CSS
• Effective communicator both verbally and in writing with technical and non-technical colleagues and stakeholders
• Project management experience
• Experienced in producing materials for use by children and young people

You’ll love this job, if:
You enjoy drafting proposals that lead to income generation activities.

Bonus Points:
We’re eager to hear from you if you’ve worked with eAssessment or eLearning systems and delivery platforms, have experience of working in education / schools / educational assessment, have knowledge of Javascript.

Why NFER?
- Competitive salary – depending on skills and experience
- We are open to exploring flexible and part time working patterns
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community. For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact us on 01753 637269. This number is strictly for candidates only.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Senior Digital Researcher - eAssessment, apply via the button shown. Applications to be submitted by midnight 7th May 2019.

Function
Assessments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Senior Researcher/Project Director - Assessment

Slough

Job Ref
19-20
Location
Slough

Interested in educational assessment? Enthusiastic about measurement?

NFER has a worldwide reputation as a leading independent provider of education research and analysis. We are a registered charity that has contributed evidence, in-depth knowledge, and research expertise to support the creation of an excellent education for all children and young people for over seventy years. Improving the lives of children and young people is at the heart of everything we do.

As the Senior Researcher/Project Director you’ll be part of the team who develop assessment products which enables primary schools to monitor progress and measure achievement. Your role will be to direct and lead the day-to-day progress and delivery of projects, including large and complex projects. You’ll undertake national and international projects developing educational and non-cognitive assessments, as well as working with governments on capacity building in assessment and maintain a research and training portfolio. Key elements of the role include:
• To direct and lead the delivery of major assessment and research projects, both national and international, ensuring the quality and utility of items, tests and other assessment outputs.
• To contribute to the development and implementation of NFER’s research and assessment strategies and plans
• To focus on curriculum-based and non-cognitive assessment

Your technical background:
• Expertise in assessment.
• Experience in educational / vocational / psychological / technical assessment;
• Experience of work in UK schools/learning environments
• Degree in a relevant field of study (English, maths, a science including psychology)

You’ll love this job, if:
You enjoy sharing your knowledge and expertise, working with teams who also share your passion and developing proposals that lead to income generation activities comes naturally.

Why NFER?
- Competitive salary
- We are open to exploring flexible and part time working patterns
- Generous pension scheme
- Free parking
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days
- Excellent support for professional development

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community. For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact us on 01753 637269. This number is strictly for candidates only.

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Research Director, apply via the button shown. Applications to be submitted by midnight 7th May 2019.

Function
Assessments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Psychometrician

Research Director – Psychometrician

Slough

Job Ref
HKSLO3005/SG-HL-19-014
Location
Slough

Research Director – Psychometrician
Slough, Berkshire

Want to put your classical test theory, equating, linking and item response theory to good practice within educational research? 

With our 70 year history, NFER is a highly respected and independent charity that carries out research within education. Our robust and innovative research, assessment, and other services are widely known and used. Our clients include government, third sector organisations, private and public companies and education sector associations. We have a reputation as an organisation that informs policy and practice, helping to ensure the best possible education for children and young people. 

Working closely with a variety of research teams you’ll use your statistical and psychometric background to lead the development and delivery of a programme of psychometric research. You’ll lead the psychometric components of major national test development projects, managing our internal teams, external partners, and liaising with high profile clients. 

Your skills will contribute to strengthening our psychometric capability and capacity, promoting innovation and new approaches to psychometric analyses.

Key parts of your role include; 
- Scope and shape design, methods and analyses, preparing bids and proposals, and deliver projects that have an impact on learners, practitioners or policy makers 
- Design and direct psychometrics projects and manage the psychometric contribution to assessment or evaluation projects 
- Lead and oversee the sampling and psychometric elements of high profile national projects 
- Share findings with the education policy and measurement communities in the UK and internationally 
- Engage with the wider psychometric and test development community and contribute to NFER’s understanding of psychometrics and outcome measurement. 

Your technical background: 
- A degree in Quantitative Psychology, Statistics, Educational Measurement, data analysis or related subject 
- Applied research in the foundations of psychometrics including classical test theory, item response theory, structural equation modelling, mixed-effects modelling 
- Ability to learn the relevant science, including skills development, developmental psychology, or cognitive psychology 
- Knowledge of at least one scientific programming environment: R, Python, Stata, MATLAB 

You’ll love this job, if: 
You enjoy drafting psychometric components of proposals that lead to income generation activities. 

Bonus Points: 
We’re eager to hear from you if you’ve worked as a statistician, psychologist or research scientist. You might have come from developing SJT or have a good insight into behavioural science in relation to tests and assessments. You could come from a pharmaceuticals background or within academic research. 

Why NFER? 

- Competitive salary 
- Generous pension scheme 
- Free parking 
- 30 days’ holiday per year plus Bank Holidays + additional discretionary days 
- Excellent support for professional development 
- Great work/life balance (35 hours worked per week) 

NFER is a not-for-profit organisation and an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community. This role is open for Tier 2 sponsorship. 

So, if you are looking for a fresh, new challenge as a Research Director – Psychometrician, apply via the button shown. 

There is no closing date for this role, applications will be considered as and when received. For further information about this position please call: 01753 637269. Please do not contact this number if you are an agency/third party. This number is strictly for candidates only.

Function
Psychometrician
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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