|£41,732 to £46,974 per annum (Grade J)
|7th December 2023
|14th January 2024
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a UK-wide research programme, as part of a team (across Bristol and Edinburgh) that built a new data architecture for the UKs Chief Scientific Advisor during the Covid-19 pandemic. The UK Longitudinal Linkage Collaboration (UK LLC) is a research platform that provides a secure computing environment to systematically link study participant’s data to their health, social and environmental records. 5 years funding has now been secured to sustain and expand the resource. This role will be responsible for providing technical advice and data analyses to UK-wide studies and liaising with a wide range of external stakeholders working in a fast-paced environment, whilst always working to the highest level of UK Information Governance Standards.
What will you be doing?
You will lead the support framework for expert researchers, providing bespoke guidance and advice to Longitudinal Population Studies’ (LPS) data managers, writing complex technical documentation for new and evolving processes and datasets, and carrying out data processing/descriptive analyses to develop novel understanding, which will be published on GitHub or pre-print publications.
You should apply if
You are qualified and experienced in working with a variety of complex data types, and the application of a variety of statistical packages and coding approaches. You enjoy applying these skills to new scenarios and solving problems whilst developing new methods and approaches as well as improving existing ones. You have excellent communication skills, an interest in customer liaison, and enjoy working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
Contract type: Open-ended with fixed funding until 31/05/2028
Work pattern: Full time/ 1 FTE
Shift pattern: 35 hours per week
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 14/01/2024
For informal queries please contact: Rich Thomas | email@example.com
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