Investigador auxiliar (sem exclusividade) - RECAP - Social Sciences or Health Sciences (Sep 2017) - Final Results


Project: “H2020-SCI-2016-2017/H2020-SCI-2016-DTD”. RECAP – Research on European Children and Adults born Preterm”.


Additional Information: Final Results available.


Admission requirements: 

The successful candidate should have a Degree in Sociology, Anthropology or related field and a PhD in Social Sciences or Health Sciences. Expertise in qualitative data research is required.  The initiative and critical thinking will also be taken into account in evaluating candidates. Excellent reading, writing and comprehension skills in English and Portuguese are mandatory. Communication skills in other languages (German/ French/ Dutch/ Finnish/Swedish) would be a strong asset.


Activity Outline: 

 The researcher will be responsible for carrying out a qualitative study with cohort’s participants, researchers and health care professionals on the relevance, expectations and difficulties faced on cohorts follow-up. Tasks include the design of the study protocol, conducting interviews with participants and key actors involved in the management of the cohorts, analysis of qualitative data and production of scientific papers.


Work place: Institute of Public Health of the University of Porto, Portugal.


Duration: The initial duration of the position is 12 months, with a predicted starting date of October 2017, and a possible extension up to the end of the project. The financial aspects are outlined in the budget allowance of the project, which assigns a salary of 2127.88 per month.


Selection criteria: The selection methods are curriculum evaluation (50%) and interview (50%). There will be a pre-selection based on curriculum evaluation, the best ranked candidates will be summoned to the interviews.


Notification of results: The ranking list of candidates will be published at ISPUP website (, and the selected candidate will be notified by email and telephone.



Members of the Jury:

President: Henrique Barros

Member: Ana Cristina Santos

Member: Sílvia Fraga


Call start and finish dates: 8th to 30th September 2017.


Documents Required: Applications must be formalized, necessarily, by an application letter attaching the following documents: Curriculum Vitae, academic certificate, motivation letter.


Applications must be sent by email to “” or personal delivery  at Instituto de Saúde Pública da Universidade do Porto, Rua das Taipas 135, 4050-600 Porto, within the timeframe of the call and the subject “Investigador auxiliar – RECAP”.


Note: Non-discrimination and equal access policy: ISPUP actively promotes a non-discrimination and equal access policy, wherefore no candidate can be privileged, benefited, impaired or deprived of any rights whatsoever, or be exempt of any duties based on their ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, marital status, family and economic conditions, instruction, origin or social conditions, genetic heritage, reduced work capacity, disability, chronic illness, nationality, ethnic origin or race, origin territory, language, religion, political or ideological convictions and union membership.

Results List:


Selected candidates for interview (Alphabetic Order):


Daniel Neves da Costa

Daniela Margarida Fonseca de Freitas

Sandra Cristina Simões Marques

Violeta Sabina Niego Perestrelo de Alarcão


The candidate admitted was:


Sandra Cristina Simões Marques


Non-admitted candidates (Alphabetic Order):


Carlotta Monini

Christiane Almeida de Queiroz

Cristiana Silva

Daniela Rodrigues da Costa

Eduarda Fellomena Vacca

Elsa Maria Guedes Teixeira

Evelline Stella de Araújo

Gonçalo Nuno Ferreira

João Carlos Lopes de Sousa

Johan Tebelius Leidi

Luis Felipe Vicente de Aguiar

Mara Fernandes da Silva

Maria Inês Dias Sousa

Mónica Alexandra de Almeida Monteiro Saavedra

Natália Ana Pereira da Cruz Martins

Patrícia Alexandra Sousa Iglesias

Patrícia Carrera Cernadas

Sandra Isabel Samúdio da Silva Carvalho

Sandra Maria Morgadinho Pacheco Logrado de Figueiredo


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