How to apply
UnLtd is the leading provider of support to social entrepreneurs in the UK and offers the largest such network in the world. Our mission is to find social entrepreneurs with bold solutions to today’s challenges. Through funding and support, we help them to realise their potential and create lasting change.
UnLtd’s vision is a future where enterprising people are transforming our world for good. To enable this, we are committed to developing an eco-system of support to make it easier for those who need help to find it.
£25,417 - £29,902 + London weighting of £3,285 if applicable
Full time, permanent (part-time would be considered)
Location: National – assigned to an UnLtd office (Birmingham, Bradford, London, Northern Ireland, Edinburgh or Glasgow) with regular travel across the UK
As a Researcher at UnLtd you will oversee our research and evaluation activity for one of our impact areas. Your role will involve contributing to a range of evaluation and research projects, collecting and analysing data, and identifying actionable insights and evidence to: inform the design our work with social entrepreneurs; develop our knowledge and understanding of social entrepreneurship; and inform our reach and influence work. You will contribute to developing a culture of learning, ensuring that we powerfully able to demonstrate the impact of our work and the impact of social entrepreneurs.
With some experience in an evaluation or applied research role, you will be passionate about using data and insight to drive change. You will have experience of running interviews, surveys, focus groups and/or using participatory methods to collect data. You are an analytical critical-thinker with excellent communication skills, looking to gain further experience in a collaborative, applied research environment.
To apply please visit our website.
Closing Date: 10am on 23rd September 2019
Telephone Interviews: 30th September 2019
Final Interviews: 07th October 2019
UnLtd values diversity and is committed to inclusion and understanding intersectionality. These are more than buzz words for us. They’re principles guiding how we build our teams, support leaders, empower social entrepreneurs and create an organisation that’s the right fit for every person. To support an inclusive environment where employees feel empowered to share their lived experiences and ideas, we have embedded an inclusion group within UnLtd made up of staff, alumni and partners whom are diverse in age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, and religious beliefs. This accompanied by the 9 protected characteristics of the equalities act means together we have a wide range of different perspectives in our work to help us see what is most needed in society. However you identify, we would like to hear from you. We are particularly keen to hear from those who identify as BAME, LGBTQIA, those with disabilities and those in later life as we are committed to continue to diversify our teams.