Please do apply just need advice on skills required

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  1. Research Officer - The rise and regulation of lap dancing and the place of sexual labour and consumption in the night time economy
    (Job reference: 316199 )
    Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law
    School of Sociology and Social Policy
    (Full-time, fixed term 12 months from March 2010)

    You will work on an ESRC funded study on the rise and regulation of lap dancing and the place of sexual labour and consumption in the night time economy. The post will involve qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. It is based in Leeds, although some travel to other cities may be necessary.

    You will have, or be about to complete, a postgraduate qualification in the social sciences or relevant subject and some appropriate research experience. You will be mainly responsible for access and fieldwork. Good interviewing, communication and organisational skills are essential as is the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Experience of interviewing and conducting surveys is essential, as is prior experience of conducting research in the female sex industry.

    It is anticipated that interviews will take place on December 14 2009
    Salary: Grade 7 (£29,704 - £35,469 p.a)
    The appointment will be made at £31,513 p.a or below since there are funding limitations which dictate the level at which the appointment can start.
    Apply using: Application form, CV and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form
    Download an application form: (pdf version) | (Word version)
    Informal enquiries:
    Dr Teela Sanders
    Send completed applications to:
    Anne Prendergast, email

    or by post to:

    Anne Prendergast,
    Social Science Building,
    The University of Leeds,
    LS2 9JT.

    Closing date: 27 November 2009
  2. Too late,closed today.I expect to start the job next week.
  3. Email sent by a contact but since we are in the NAAFI I saw the job advert stuck to a lapdancer arrse.
    vvaannmmaann will you be getting paid in loose change.