SEIA Research Analyst

We are looking for a Research Analyst to carry out socio-economic impact assessment (SEIA). The right candidate should have strong prior experience in SEIA methods and excellent writing skills. Familiarity with cybercrime and cyber security and EU-funded projects is desirable.
The successful candidate will:
  • Complete a socio-economic impact assessment for a EU-funded project on cybercrime.
  • Lead the development of SEIA expertise in Trilateral, establishing/refining methodologies, methods and key performance indicators.​
  • Support/advise colleagues in developing recommendations to address socio-economic impacts in existing projects.
  • Contribute to Horizon Europe proposals.
  • Participate in project and team meetings.
  • Share knowledge with colleagues at Trilateral.

The following outcomes are examples of what is expected in this role: Completion of a socio-economic impact assessment on cybercrime; preparation of SEIA task descriptions for funding proposals; publications for peer-reviewed journals based on research carried out.

Essential requirements:
  • Completion/near completion of a PhD, or Masters in Economics, ​Innovation or related quantitative fields.
  • Prior knowledge/experience with socio-economic impact assessment methods.
  • Good writing and communications skills.

Desirable experience 

  • Familiarity with the topics of cybersecurity and cybercrime.
  • Familiarity with H2020 and/or Horizon Europe projects or proposals.
  • Experience in writing/contributing to funding applications.

 

Location: This position is open to candidates based in the UK & EU

Start date: Immediately

Contract type/ duration: Permanent or Fixed Term if UK based, Consultant Contract if EU based

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Hours: Full time

In return, you get...
  • Flexible working hours
  • Competitive pension scheme
  • Remote working options
  • A friendly and enthusiastic team of experts in the field

To Apply please submit both your CV and a cover letter linking your experience to our requirements in order to have your application considered. References will be required prior to appointment. We will process applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled, hence we suggest to apply early.

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Trilateral Research is a UK and IE-based enterprise founded in 2004. Our teams include social scientists, data scientists, ethical, legal and human rights experts who work across the technology-social disciplinary divide. We apply rigorous, cutting-edge research when developing and assessing new technologies to ensure they achieve sustainable innovation and measurable impact.

Our culture is based on delivering high-quality outputs through our commitment and passion for what we do. We work in an open and collaborative environment where the team culture provides support amongst peers and colleagues. Find out about our people and our culture, and see how our mission drives the projects we take on, the key data protection services we provide, and the technology products and supplementary services we develop.

We are looking for a Research Analyst to carry out socio-economic impact assessment (SEIA). The right candidate should have strong prior experience in SEIA methods and excellent writing skills. Familiarity with cybercrime and cyber security and EU-funded projects is desirable.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of their age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy and maternity. We are a Disability Confident committed and Living Wage employer.

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