CEDR – The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution Role.
SIETAR UK Friend CEDR – The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution is looking for a full-term intern for a Diversity and Inclusion Research project for 3 months in the period from mid-May to August 2018 and will pay up to £4,500 for five days a week of work.
The projects are the intern will be working on are:
- A project looking at understanding the barriers to Diversity & Inclusion within the UK mediator profession (3 days per week);
- A project looking at understanding how consumers perceive fairness and acceptance of decisions within alternative dispute resolution (2 days per week).
Who are CEDR?
The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) is an independent, non-profit organisation with a mission to cut the cost of conflict and create choice and capability in dispute prevention and resolution.
For over 25 years, CEDR have set the standard for dispute resolution and conflict management with our leading mediation, consultancy and training services:
CEDR Skills offers leading expertise in consultancy, training, and coaching to enhance skills and capability in negotiation and conflict management, including the leading internationally recognised Mediator Skills Training and Accreditation programme.
CEDR Dispute Resolution Services – Commercial, the largest independent alternative dispute resolution body in Europe.
CEDR Dispute Resolution Services – Consumer, provides adjudication for many thousands of consumer complaints each year.
Our Foundation undertakes innovation and research in the area of conflict, as part of our not-for-profit work.
CEDR employs around 60 people, and we also work with well over 100 self-employed mediators, trainers and consultants on a regular basis.
The intern will be working closely with the Diversity and Inclusion project team. The primary function of the intern will be to focus on a literature review of Diversity and Inclusion research within the legal and alternative dispute resolution fields with the aim of providing a report to inform the next stage of the project. This role includes a variety of tasks and duties including:
*Review of literature
*Review of other data sources, such as surveys etc.
Content Creation – Producing of regular summaries of the research outcomes Creation of a report on the research outcomes
Experience and skills required;
Interest in pursuing diversity with ideally previous experience in researching this area (eg. university dissertation/essay in area; or work report)
*Interest in in pursuing diversity with ideally previous experience in researching this area (e.g. university dissertation/essay in area; or work report)
*Strong expertise and skills in research methodology and report writing, including excellent use of English
*Impeccable organisational skills, including the ability to plan ahead and anticipate potential problems
*Ability to prioritise and adhere to deadlines and work under pressure
*IT literacy (Windows XP/Microsoft Office/database/E-mail)
*High level of accuracy and attention to detail
*Good communication skills and able to engage with different stakeholders on the project
The successful candidate will be professional in attitude and appearance with excellent interpersonal skills. They must maintain strict confidentiality in performing their role since a large proportion of data is highly sensitive. It is also essential that they have the following:
*Capable of working using own initiative with minimal supervision, but also able to be an effective part of the team
*Flexible attitude to a workload that might change and develop
*Good time management
*Proactive approach to work
CEDR is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all sections of society
Start: early May (as soon as possible)
Research phase completed by Mid August
Full time role.
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