Social researcher role search

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Updated for Summer 2023

I’m a mixed methods social researcher with specialised quantitative data analysis skills and particular insights into gender, sexuality and human rights. I am close to completing my PhD in Sociology on how differences of sex, gender and sexuality should be represented by UK surveys. From Summer 2023 I will be available to assist on research projects. See my CV for specific details on my skills, experiences and qualifications. If you wish to work with me please email

Areas of expertise:

  • Quantitative data analysis
  • Mixed methods research
  • Gender
  • Sexuality
  • Human Rights
  • Feminist research
  • Queer theory and queer methods
  • Survey design
  • Methods training
  • Research engaging with LGBTI+ people
  • EDI data collection
  • Using illustrations as part of dissemination

Examples of previous work:

The Status of Young Women in Scotland 2022-2023: Experiences of Accessing Healthcare

  • Qualitative & qualitative research, working group facilitation and illustrations for final report

The Practitioner Perspective on Access to Justice for Social Rights: Addressing the Accountability Gap

  • Analysing qualitative data, feeding back to research team and producing a policy briefing

Open Budget Survey 2019: Scotland: Summary

  • Collecting data on budget documents and assessing it via internationally recognised best practice. I have repeated this work for the 2021/2022 Scottish budget, which a report will be released on after I have engaged with the Scottish government alongside the SHRC.

Role requirements:

Pay: Between £20-£33 an hour depending on the nature of the role and length of the contract. This is based on my latest earnings and recommendations from the Scottish Artist Union.

Hours: 7.5-22.5 hours a week until September 1st from which time I will be open to full time roles.

Start date: As soon as needed

Location: Remote, commutable from Glasgow or only requiring occasional in person meetings or in person field work outside of Glasgow.