THIS INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO GREEN SKILLS FOR JOBS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP PARTICIPANTS
About the Research Internship
Bristol Business School is looking for two Sustainability and Impact Research Assistants to work on a project concerned with the impacts of tourism, festivals and events on the city of Bristol and the wider West of England region. Focusing on encouraging active, healthy recreation and the mental health benefits of participation in public events.
The project will examine the prospects for growth and for sustainable management of industry impacts.
The roles will involve:
Survey / interview Design
Data gathering and interviewing
Meeting stakeholders in tourism/events industries
Data analysis and synthesis
Completion of Green Skills for Jobs and Entrepreneurship
ICT skills; Secondary (desk-based) research
Familiarity with Excel or SPSS
Data analysis and report writing; Interviewing
Number of roles
Deadline for applications
Where is the opportunity based?
The Business School, X Block, Frenchay Campus
There will also be some remote working and some attendance at external meetings and events.
What are the working hours?
To be discussed - could be part-time or full time but would need to be completed by 31st October 2022
Please email Dan Knox, Associate Professor / Director of External Engagement for an informal conversation about the Research opportunity, firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS RESEARCH INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO GREEN SKILLS FOR JOBS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP PARTICIPANTS
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