Norah Fry Research Centre (University of Bristol) and Disability Rights UK (DRUK) are seeking four researchers to fill part-time posts in a large three-year disability study funded by the ESRC. The project is led by Norah Fry Research Centre and is in partnership with (DRUK), whose office base is in London. The project is about understanding and changing practices that pose barriers to disabled people across the UK, and the research assistants and associates are required to join the empirical strands of the research, where they will play key roles in the project. Each of the posts has its own job description, and the strands cover Conversation Analysis (collecting video data); narrative data; Health-related audits of reasonable adjustments; policy and document analysis, and analysis of user-driven change. All of the successful candidates will be supported by a research strand leader, and will have overall supervision by the PI (Val Williams).