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We are looking for 2 people from relevant academic and professional backgrounds in research, to join the Samaritans Research Ethics Board (SREB).
The Samaritans Research Ethics Board (SREB) is an independent group, which provides ethical assurance of research within Samaritans. The aim of the SREB is to help ensure that any research projects and activities, that are carried out within or on behalf of Samaritans, meet the organisation’s research ethical standards, as outlined in Samaritans Research Ethics Policy.
Samaritans is looking to appoint 2 new SREB members with relevant professional expertise: "relevant academic and professional backgrounds in research related to the work of Samaritans (e.g. psychology, sociology, public health, user research, funding organisations, or national research ethics bodies) holding a postgraduate qualification or equivalent professional experience”.
This role is home-based; there are two meetings per year (online), in addition to 3-6 hours a month of home working. This voluntary (unpaid) role has a three-year term.
See the role description and information pack below for more information.
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To apply for this role, you should complete and submit the application form along with a short (no more than 2-page) CV detailing your relevant experience.
Applications should be submitted by 10am on Monday 13th February. You can also email Louise Thomas, Samaritans’ Head of Research & Evaluation ([email protected]) if you have any questions about the role or your application before this.
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