About the role
In this role, you will provide support to the NIHR funded (PERFORM) Personalised Exercise-Rehabilitation FOR people with Multiple long-term conditions(multimorbidity) and to facilitate setting up of trial sites whilst contributing as a team member within the Centre of Exercise and Rehabilitation Centre (CERS) in Leicester. The Centre is based in the Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit at Glenfield Hospital.
You will be responsible for- organising the research outputs and activities for the multi-centre trials, alongside taking an active role in collecting, evaluating and interpreting research data, with the opportunity to contribute to the writing and publication of journal papers. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to other research projects undertaken by Prof Sally Singh’s research team.
You will have a postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline with some evidence of previous research productivity, alongside
experience in qualitative and quantitative health research.
You must be a highly organised individual, with experience of working independently to efficiently and appropriately deal with any unforeseen problems or issues, while also able to contribute as part of a wider team.
Informal enquiries are welcome and should be made to Professor Sally Singh on email@example.com
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This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 because the appointee will have substantial access to young people and/or vulnerable adults. Therefore, an appointment to this post will be subject to checking and appropriate clearance through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The successful applicant for this post will, therefore, be required to give consent for the University to check with the DBS for the existence and content of any criminal record in the form of an Standard Disclosure. Information received from the DBS and the police will be kept in strict confidence and will be destroyed once the University is satisfied in this regard.