Candidate profile

As an ENRICH Early Stage Researcher, you will

  • be highly-motivated and passionate about making a real contribution to research in speech and hearing
  • be part of a prestigious network of scientists at leading institutions
  • receive a generous salary and living allowances
  • receive research-led training delivered by international experts
  • have the opportunity to take part in career-enhancing courses in areas such as innovation, ethics, proposal writing and research management

You will be willing to

  • contribute fully to the ENRICH network, including participation in all network meetings, summer and winter schools
  • travel within the EU to collaborate with other project partners
  • work within at least one other country in the network for a period of 3-6 months over the duration of the contract
  • carry out any other duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as requested by your supervisory team

You will have

  • an appreciation of Equal Opportunities policy and its application in the workplace
  • the highest ethical and professional standards in research and education
  • an interest in multi-disciplinary research
  • good verbal and communication skills in English
  • the ability to work well within a team
  • an interest in acquiring entrepreneurial skills and of gaining experience of research within clinical and industrial settings

You will ideally

  • have experience of living and working in a foreign country