|Salary:||£40,745 to £45,737 per annum (pro rata if part time), Grade J / Pathway 2|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||18th April 2023|
This exciting opportunity offers you a role working on evidence synthesis projects as part of the HIPPY research programme based in the Musculoskeletal Research Unit, Bristol Medical School. HIPPY is a NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research and involves a multidisciplinary team looking to establish which implants are best for patients
You will have a strong methodological track record in evidence synthesis and a keen interest in orthopaedics to join our multidisciplinary team delivering research that benefits patients and the NHS. Other job commitments may include writing papers, attending conferences, and supporting the wider team in other research projects, with the potentially for these activities to be tailored to the post holders career interests. There will be opportunities to contribute to teaching programmes if it suits the your skills and interests.
We are interested in receiving applications from all potential candidates so if you would prefer to work a lower FTE than advertised, please submit an application and include details of your preferred working hours.
What will you be doing?
You will be working on evidence synthesis projects as part of the HIPPY Programme. This will involve:
You should apply if
You have a strong background in evidence synthesis, a postgraduate research degree or equivalent professional experience in a relevant discipline, and experience of publishing findings in peer-review journals.
Contract type: Open ended with funding for 3 years (80% time) or 2.5 years (100% time) with the possibility of extension
Work pattern: Full time / 1FTE/ part time considered (>0.8 FTE)
Shift pattern: 35 hours per week (part time considered at >28h per week)
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 18/04/2023
For informal queries please contact: Vikki Wylde (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrew Beswick (email@example.com )
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