|Salary:||£40,745 to £45,737 per annum (pro rata)|
|Placed On:||31st March 2023|
|Closes:||16th April 2023|
This exciting opportunity offers you a role working a range of research projects based in the Musculoskeletal Research Unit, Bristol Medical School. We are a multidisciplinary group of epidemiologists, statisticians, qualitative researchers, triallists, applied health researchers, and musculoskeletal clinical academics carrying out impactful research into musculoskeletal conditions, their treatment and outcomes.
What will you be doing?
You will work across a range of musculoskeletal projects, providing methodological expertise within a wider multidisciplinary team. Ideally you would be aiming to develop your research portfolio, and will be supported to undertake activities which facilitate your transition to becoming an independent researcher, for example through involvement in the development of grant applications and dissemination activities such as writing papers.
You will determine and deploy appropriate methodologies for research, with advice and support; assessing research findings for the need/scope for further investigations. You will present research findings, either at conferences or seminars and participate effectively in activities to achieve engagement with research, and/or impact beyond academia.
You should apply if
Contract type: Open ended, with funding until 31/03/2028
Work pattern: Part-time / Flexible
Grade: Grade J / Pathway 2
Salary: £40,745 - £45,737 per annum (pro rata)
School/Unit: Bristol Medical School
Shift pattern: Part-time / Flexible
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 16/04/2023
For any informal enquiries please contact Vikki Wylde: firstname.lastname@example.org 01174560211
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