CRAC and its key non-profit programme, Vitae, are delighted that the Concordat Strategy Group (CSG) has launched a consultation to inform a revision of the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers.
The report from the Independent Review Panel, published in September, mad...
We seek a talented engagement and policy project manager to join our team to support our growing Vitae membership community and contribute to policy development at a national and international level.
The post holder will have experience in stakeholder engagement and research policy; be a ...
CRAC is seeking new board members
We would like to hear from senior individuals with experience of operating within a board in a charitable, public sector or commercial organisation. We are specifically looking for Trustees with experience and substantial expertise in leader...
CRAC has published an independent evaluative study for the Royal Society tracking the careers of those benefiting from its Research Fellowships and considering the impact of those fellowships: Read more ...
The long-awaited new careers strategy contains some welcome steps in terms of the evolution of careers support for young people in England. Whilst it acknowledges the importance of effective careers education, advice and guidance, backed up by some good practical recommendations, it would appear ...
HEFCE has published CRAC’s report on its highly experimental project to investigate what could be learned about E&D in the research environment by automated ‘text mining’ and analysis of nearly 2000 submissions to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) by institutions ...
CRAC is pleased to announce that it is undertaking two new research projects for the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, respectively. Success in winning these commissions through competitive processes run by these prestigious clients is a mark of the reputation that CRAC has built fo...
CRAC, the Careers Research & Advisory Centre Ltd, is pleased to announce that Clare Viney has been appointed Chief Executive Officer with effect from Monday 3 October 2016
Clare was Director of Membership and External Affairs at the Royal Society of Chemistry. She replaces Ellen Pearce, who was CEO from 2011 and has chosen not to return from maternity leave.
CRAC, the independent organisation dedicated to supporting career development and active, career-rel...
Earlier this year, the Vitae website launched a new section specifically providing information and advice for those considering studying for a doctorate, developed with support from HEFCE: Read more ...