Summary: Alexander Partners provides individualised mentoring and career coaching for final year students, recent graduates and school leavers. Our unique approach helps our clients transition successfully into the workplace. We partner with them to develop a clear vision for their future and strategies for success.


Location: Harrow, UK
Address: 7th Floor, Westgate House, Westgate Road l W5 1YY

Alexander Partners is committed to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst our workforce so that each employee feels respected and able to give of their best. The practice acknowledges and promotes the differences between individuals and values a diverse contribution of skills, abilities and experience. To that end the purpose of this policy is to provide equality and fairness for all in our employment and business operations, and not to discriminate on grounds of gender, marital status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion or age. We oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. It is practice policy to ensure that all members of the public, business partners, and all employees, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, will be treated fairly and with respect. Selection for employment, promotion, training or any other benefit will be on the basis of aptitude and ability. All employees will be helped and encouraged to develop their full potential and the talents and resources of the workforce will be fully utilised to maximise the efficiency of the organisation.


Research Associate


£: Competitive


Research Assistants/Associates are Academic Student Employees (ASEs) hired by faculty to assist in carrying out a particular research agenda. The payroll title for such employees varies from Research Assistant, Research Associate 1 and Research Associate 2. The title/pay level is determined based upon the ASE’s current academic status. (More information on titles and payrates.) While a research assistant is expected to contribute in many ways to the research project, typical responsibilities include the following: Conduct literature reviews Collect and analyze data Prepare materials for submission to granting agencies and foundations Prepare materials for UW Human Subjects Committee review Prepare interview questions Recruit and/or interview subjects Maintain accurate records of interviews, safeguarding the confidentiality of subjects, as necessary Summarize interviews Provide ready access to all experimental data for the faculty researcher and/or supervisor Request or acquire equipment or supplies necessary for the project Manage and respond to project related email Prepare, maintain, and update website materials Supervise undergraduate students working on the research project (maintaining records on assignment completion, acting as liaison/mediator between the undergraduate students and the faculty researcher) Attend project meetings Attend area seminars and other meetings as necessary Summarize project results Prepare progress reports for the PI and funding agency Prepare other articles, reports, and presentations Monitor the project budget Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned by individual researchers. Quarterly work requirements and schedules must be discussed with the Supervisor to ensure that the work priorities can be accomplished in the 220 work hours scheduled for the quarter (for a normal half-time appointment). Concerns about any additional responsibilities should be discussed first with the supervisor (faculty researcher), and then the Graduate Program Committee Chair or the Department Chair.

Skills & Experience Required:

  • Excellent communications and a passion for research.

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