|Salary:||£34,304 to £38,587 per annum (Grade I) / £38,587 - £43,434 per annum (Grade J)|
|Placed On:||15th November 2021|
|Closes:||28th November 2021|
We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate or Senior Research Associate (depending on experience) to join a varied team working in the Bristol Medical School using data generated by the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), known to our participants as Children of the 90s. The study collects data from three generations of families and this post will focus on the “Children of the Children of the 90s” (COCOs or G2). Data are collected via questionnaires, face to face clinic visits, biological samples and linkage to administrative records. Your primary role will be to oversee the data pipeline for this data with a view to supporting it’s use in research. This will involve cleaning and documenting the data, releasing it on a regular basis and working with researchers to prepare bespoke datasets on request. In addition, you will be expected to write data notes describing the participants and their data and to contribute to research studies and subsequent academic write up.
What will you be doing?
As the post-holder you will work closely with a number of key roles in the study including: a) the Senior Data Manager to ensure a smooth and consistent data pipeline for data collected from COCOs, b) the Research Manager to provide data as required and c) Internal and external researchers whose queries vary from sample size requests to potentially taking the lead on writing research papers and contributing as a co-author to other papers. You will liaise closely with the clinic leads and with collaborators already working in the fields of interest.
You should apply if
Contract type: Open ended with funding until 31/07/2024
Salary: £34,304 - £38,587 per annum (Grade I) / £38,587 - £43,434 per annum (Grade J)
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We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.
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