Liz Mear

I first became involved in embedded research when trying to recruit a researcher in residence with one of our North West Coast partner universities.

Unfortunately, we were unsuccessful in appointing, despite three rounds of recruitment and a national search. As soon as we appointed a candidate, their employing university or council offered them more money to stay and carry on being a researcher in residence in their current location. This gave me an indication of how in demand their skills were.

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