Vacancy: Training and Research Support Officer (part time)

This role is available from March 2024.

About us

Lucy Michael Research, Training and Consultancy (LMRTC) is an independent research and advisory firm specializing in inclusion and equality, based in Dublin, Ireland. Our focus lies in producing impactful policy outcomes that address various equality and human rights concerns, spanning workplace dynamics, education, policing, and beyond. We draw on more than 20 years of experience in exploring and responding to discrimination and exclusion, particularly within racialized and migrant communities. We collaborate directly with with public and private sector organizations to assess barriers to access and opportunities, and develop solutions to combat discrimination across intersecting equality grounds.

Find out more about our work at

The role of Training and Research Support Officer

The role includes:

  • Planning for events in-person and online
  • Supporting a range of stakeholders (including clients and research participants) across our training and research activities
  • Desktop research in the area of equality and human rights
  • Supporting accessibility

And contributing to:

  • Management of research documentation
  • Preparation of training materials
  • Managing project status reports
  • Drafting reports

The role also includes opportunities for professional development in training and research.

Contract type: Part-time contract from March until 30 August.

Location: Based in Dublin 2. Work-from-home option available for part of weekly hours.

Salary range: 27,000 – 30,000 euro pro rata (based on qualifications and relevant experience)

Right to work: Please note that you must already have the right to work part-time in Ireland.

LMRTC is committed to fostering an inclusive and collaborative work environment that values all identities, perspectives and experiences, and provides opportunities for learning and growth. We especially welcome applications from people from all ethnic minority and migrant backgrounds, from women, nonbinary, LGBTQI+ and other traditionally marginalised backgrounds.   

Join our team and contribute to our mission of fostering a more inclusive and equitable society through research, training, and consultancy.

How to apply

Please send a CV and 1 page cover letter, with the contact details for 2 referees, in application to

There is no deadline to apply, but we reserve the right to fill the role as soon as we find a suitable candidate.

Your CV should include your academic interests, any teaching or community work experience, and a short outline of your employment experience overall. In particular, please highlight practical skills and experiences that will help us to deliver our services effectively.

Queries are welcome at any time to the above email address and will not prejudice an application for employment.