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Research Assistant/Fellow: Medical/Clinical Trial Statistician

University of Exeter - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Location: Exeter, Hybrid/On-site
Salary: From £32,332 The starting salary will be dependent on qualifications and previous experience, ranging from £32,332 for Graduate Research Assistant (grade E) up to £41,732 for Research Fellow (grade F).
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 15th February 2024
Closes: 7th March 2024

Exeter Clinical Trials Unit (ExeCTU)

Summary of Post

Exeter Clinical Trials Unit (ExeCTU) is seeking an ambitious individual to join our growing statistical community, working collaboratively with research teams locally, nationally and internationally. This post is available from May 2024 on a fixed term basis until end November 2027 in the first instance, with the possibility of extension subject to funding. The post is available at 1.0FTE; however, part-time employment (minimum 0.6 FTE) may be considered. Hybrid or remote working patterns may be considered. Applicants interested in working part-time or in fully remote working are encouraged to make contact to discuss options.

We are open to appoint at either Graduate Research Assistant, Postdoctoral Research Associate or Postdoctoral Research Fellow level. Please see the attached job description document to view the differences between the roles, and please indicate your role preference in your application.

Working as part of the ExeCTU, you will work with senior statisticians to provide expert statistical support to research projects, including clinical trials, and other research within the Faculty of Health and Sciences (www.exeter.ac.uk/faculties/hls), including the NIHR Exeter Biomedical Research Centre (www.exeter.ac.uk/research/biomedicalresearchcentre). Post holders will provide high-quality statistical input to a range of research applications/projects/activities and work on a variety of study types, including randomised controlled trials, cluster randomised trials and systematic reviews with meta-analyses. The post holder will provide high-quality statistical input to a range of research applications/projects/activities and work on a variety of study types, including randomised controlled trials. You will also participate in methodological research studies addressing statistical challenges.

The post holder may also contribute to teaching statistics, including undergraduate and postgraduate teaching within the Faculty. Depending on the role, you may also participate in running statistics clinics to provide statistical support to researchers and PhD students in the wider Faculty.

For details of the roles, please ensure you read the relevant Job Description and Person Specification and indicate in your application which role you wish to be considered for.

ExeCTU

Exeter Clinical Trials Unit (ExeCTU) is a UKCRC-registered, University of Exeter supported Unit. ExeCTU works in collaboration with researchers and clinicians in the design and delivery of high quality and efficient multi-centre trials and other well-designed studies addressing important health questions to improve health and well-being. Our study portfolio includes trials in dementia, mental health, orthopaedics, emergency medicine, medicinal drugs, surgical techniques and complex interventions.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 7th March 2024. Interviews are expected to take place on 16 April 2024.

 

For an informal and confidential discussion about the posts, please contact Dr Fiona Warren (ExeCTU lead for statistics) (email: F.C.Warren@exeter.ac.uk) or Professor Siobhan Creanor (ExeCTU Director) (email: e.s.creanor@exeter.ac.uk).

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