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Research Training Programme 2023

As part of our commitment to increasing diversity within both our own work force and the economic policy making sector, the Resolution Foundation is pleased to offer a 12-week Research Training placement to anyone with, or who is planning to study for, a postgraduate qualification, from the following groups

  • Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Postgraduates

  • Postgraduates with a disability

The 12-week programme is focused on individuals with an interest but little experience in economic or public policy analysis. Trainees are fully integrated into the Foundation’s research process, and will benefit from peer supervision, in-house training, involvement in the wider work of the Foundation, and specific guidance tailored to the needs of the individual. The aim is to ensure that trainees contribute to outputs that they can reference on their CVs.

Closing date: 08:59am on 15 June 2023


The Resolution Foundation offers Research Assistant placements via the ESRC’s Internship Scheme. Applications have now closed.

Please note: This position is only available to the ESRC’s Doctoral Training Partnerships network. For more information, please contact your ESRC training grant holder.

Information for job applicants

The Foundation uses the BeApplied hiring platform for all our roles as it is designed to eliminate unconscious bias in the recruitment process and candidates are given the opportunity to showcase their skills instead of focusing on qualifications and experience. For more information about the platform please visit their website.

As part of our commitment to increasing diversity within both our own workforce and the economic policy making sector in general, we offer candidates with disabilities, who meet the minimum requirements of the job description, the option to opt in to a guaranteed interview scheme.

We also offer pre-application workshops for our junior roles to candidates from black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds, to find out more in advance about the sector, the application process, and what it’s like to work for the Foundation as a member of the research team.

For more information about what it is like to work at the Foundation, please download our recruitment brochure.

For more information about working in the think tank sector, visit our FAQs page.

Work Experience

We arrange all our work experience placements for students who have an interest in pursuing a career in economic research and / or policy making via Nuffield Research Placements. Unfortunately, we do not take direct applications.

Please view our privacy notice for job applicants for more information on how we use personal data.




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