Founded in 2012, The Lines Between deliver objective, robust research that informs, engages and influences a wide range of service providers, funders, stakeholders, communities and interest groups.
We provide evaluations, primary research, surveys, consultation analysis, workshops, case studies and reviews, using a range of traditional and innovative approaches. In a time of rapid change and financial constraints, organisations from the public, private and third sectors require research services that offer flexibility and value for money. Our projects range in size and scale, from big-budget longitudinal studies to small commissions with short deadlines.
Curious, motivated and experienced, as a team, we enjoy what we do. The variety in our portfolio keeps us on our toes, as we explore new themes and learn to apply new techniques, technology and approaches.
We take pride in working with integrity and transparency. Our business model is rooted in sustainability, which means offering high-quality, affordable services and investing in training, research tools and client relationships.
Due to sustained growth, we are recruiting two Research Officers to join the team. Initially these will be offered on a 12-month Fixed Term Contract basis.
Based in our office in Edinburgh, reporting to the Research Manager, the Research Officer will deliver qualitative research for our growing portfolio of existing client accounts.
The role is 37.5 hours per week, salary is between £25 and £29k with 28 days paid annual holiday.
Key responsibilities include:
Key candidate requirements:
If you meet the candidate requirements and wish to apply, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are suited to the role, by Friday 7th August, to Lorraine@thelinesbetween.co.uk
Successful candidates will be invited to interview in week beginning 17th August.
Information about the company can be found on our website, Linked In profiles and Twitter channels.
Some recent examples of our work are available here:
Evaluation of One Digital (Client - SCVO): bit.ly/3j2Anwa
Analysis of Responses to Equally Safe: Legislation to improve forensic medical services for victims of rape and sexual assault (Client - Scottish Government): bit.ly/2CCjlED
The Status of Young Women in Scotland, 2019 (Client - The Young Women’s Movement): bit.ly/2Ow04Hr
We look forward to hearing from you.