Southwark Council are working with Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity to deliver trial street changes in three neighbourhoods in Southwark.

Guy’s and St Thomas’s Charity, the project's funders, have commissioned Clearview Research to provide additional capacity to Southwark Council's community engagement for the schemes, taking a community research approach. Clearview are trying to recruit 3 people from each neighbourhood to become community researchers. They will be given online training sessions and will be paid for their time. Our aim is for these people to facilitate open and honest conversations with their community about the trial changes over the next 4 to 5 months, reporting back to Clearview on a regular basis.

They are looking for 6 researchers in total: 3 from North Peckham and 3 from East Faraday areas from a diverse range of backgrounds, particularly women and minority groups.

How much will you be paid?

Community researchers will be paid £1,000 for research and reporting over 4 months from Jan 2021 to March/April 2021. They will be expected to commit 10-12 hours per month to the project.

Residents do not have to have any experience of research to be a community researcher. All community researchers will be given training and support to help them to conduct this research and to report their findings.

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How do I apply? 

Apply here

Want to learn more?

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