The AHRI addresses the challenges of 21st century civic society and culture through support for interdisciplinary and socially engaged research and education with non-academic partners.
We support 13 interdisciplinary research centres, each running a series of engagement activities, alongside research, publications and research-led teaching. Through the REACH Space, REACH XR and REACH-Out we share, mobilise, develop and reflect on experimental and creative research, research-led teaching and engagement activities.
We are currently recruiting for two roles:
- Communications Assistant, Arts and Humanities Research Institute
We are looking for a proactive postgraduate researcher to join us to lead on communications activities across the AHRI. The role will include, amongst other things: updating webpages; producing e-newsletters; writing news articles; overseeing the Institute’s Twitter feed; developing audio-visual content; and supporting the production of guides and working papers.
The assistant’s contribution will be crucial to raising the profile of the Institute and research centres’ engaged research and education work, both internally and externally. The role holder will work closely with the Institute team, Research Centre Administrators and will occasionally work with Faculty and King’s Communications teams.
The role will be for 2 - 2.5 days (14 - 17.5 hours) per week, for 6 months, starting on Monday 1st February. The role will be paid at £13.82 per hour.
Applicants must be a King’s College London PhD Student from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
For more information, please visit KCL Career Connect and sign in using your KCL Student ID number. Search for Job Title ‘Communications Assistant, Arts and Humanities Research Institute’
The deadline for applications is 12pm on Thursday 21st January, with interviews taking place online in the afternoon of Wednesday 27th January.
- Centre Administrator for the Camões Centre for Portuguese Language and Culture
We are looking for a postgraduate researcher to provide administrative, communications, and impact and engagement support for the diverse programme of creative activity hosted by the Camões Centre.
The role will be for 4 hours a week, across two assignments (one 10-week assignment and one 12-week assignment), starting on Monday 25th January. The role will be paid at £13.82 per hour.
Applicants must be a King’s College London PhD Student from the Faculty of Arts & Humanities connected to, or interested in, the research area of the research centre.
Further details and information on how to apply can be found in the Job Description.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Sunday 17th January, with interviews taking place online in the afternoon of Thursday 21st January.
Both the above roles will involve working remotely. Informal enquiries for the roles should be made to Mark Johnson, AHRI Engagement Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
King's is committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce which represents all aspects of the communities we are part of and welcomes all applications.
King’s encourages applications from individuals with a disability who are able to carry out the duties of the post. If you have any adjustments in relation to your application, please get in touch.