Experimental Arthritis Treatment Centre for Children Operational Manager Grade 7

University of Liverpool - Experimental Arthritis Treatment Centre for Children

This exciting opportunity arises to have an important role underpinning the ambitious strategy the UK’s Experimental Arthritis Treatment Centre for Children (EATC4Children), supported by Arthritis Research UK, based at the brand-new Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and University of Liverpool.

You should have a Degree (or equivalent qualification or relevant professional experience), be passionate about improving the health and well-being of children and young people who suffer with rheumatological and musculoskeletal conditions. You should have a working knowledge of the NIHR and how charities fund research across the UK and experienced in working across NHS/academic boundaries and with Industry. You will have well-developed interpersonal skills enabling you to work well within a multi-disciplinary team and experience of delivering clinical research studies and ideally paediatric studies to time and target. You will have a working knowledge of project management tools to lead the operational management of the EATC4Children.

You will have excellent communication skills and will be adept at building relationships with members of the team dispersed across a variety of locations. You will be able to work independently, to tight deadlines and to work with the EATC4Children’s Senior Management Team to drive and deliver the strategy of the EATC for Children.

This post is available until 30 November 2019.

Interviews: 5th April (AM) in the Institute in the Park, Alder hey children’s NHS Foundation Trust.

For full details and to apply online, please visit: https://recruit.liverpool.ac.uk

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