|£41,732 to £46,974 p.a. Grade: J/Pathway 2
|5th December 2023
|2nd January 2024
Work Hours: 35.0 Hours per Week
An opportunity has arisen for a clinician/researcher to join the team leading a new large NIHR Programme Grant titled, ‘Improving outcomes by addressing variation in unmet needs at transition to adult care for young people born with cleft lip and palate’ (short title: Cleft@18-20). Working closely with the Chief Investigator, Programme Manager and work package leads, the role holder will develop the research clinics for collection of data across the UK regional cleft centres and be involved in data analysis, interpretation and dissemination.
What will you be doing?
The role holder will be the primary contact point for participants in designated clinical studies, recruiting participants into studies and supporting them during study participation and follow-up. The role holder will work remotely and face-to-face, working autonomously whilst liaising with health/care organisations, assessing potential participants’ eligibility to take part in the study and arranging all assessment visits at an NHS healthcare site. They will line manage / support the development of junior members of the delivery team.
You should apply if
The successful applicant will have both clinical and research experience. They will be a skilled communicator, able to connect with clinical delivery teams, patients, the public and academics. They will have awareness of research approvals processes, good organisational skills, excellent attention to detail and an ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. They will be able to travel to support data collection across the UK.
Shift pattern: Flexible
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 02/01/2024
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