Clinical Research Technician

Queen Mary University of London - Blizard Institute

Applications are invited for a Clinical Research Technician position within the Centre for Neuroscience and Trauma, Neurogastroenterology Group.

The Neurogastroenterology Group is a collaboration of both scientists and clinicians, from several disciplines, who are working together to advance clinical and basic scientific study, and translate this knowledge to enhance care for patients with disorders of gastrointestinal function.

We are seeking to recruit a self-motivated and enthusiastic person to coordinate the clinical and research aspects of a Neurogastroenterology team.

The post will involve assisting with recruitment and monitoring of research study participants. The post holder will be responsible for completion and management of CRFs, collecting and entering research and clinical data.

Applicants should have a BSc or substantial work experience in a relevant role.

This post is for 1 year. Benefits include 30 days annual leave, defined benefit pension scheme and interest-free season ticket loan.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.

Informal enquiries should be addressed to Professor Qasim Aziz at q.aziz@qmul.ac.uk or on 0207 882 2630.

Details about the Institute can be found at www.blizard.qmul.ac.uk.

Application enquiries should be directed to recruitment at recruitment@qmul.ac.uk.

Interviews are expected to be held soon after the closing date.

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