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Subject:

JOB: Statistician at the Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre , Health Protection Agency

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"CDSC - Andrews, Nick" <[log in to unmask]>

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CDSC - Andrews, Nick

Date:

Fri, 24 Sep 2004 09:37:07 +0100

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Be a Statistician who makes a difference!



A statistician working in the Statistics Unit of the Health Protection

Agency really can make a difference. Our work is extremely varied and

includes clinical trials, designed laboratory experiments, investigation of

disease outbreaks, surveys, method comparisons, time series, and survival

analyses.  The Unit is based within the Communicable Disease Surveillance

Centre, Colindale, North West London and we work closely with

epidemiologists, microbiologists, scientists, administrative staff and

mathematical modellers.



The post holder, although based in the Statistics Unit, will have

particular responsibilities to the Local and Regional Services (LaRS),

providing statistical input to CDSC's regional research and surveillance

activities.  He/she will also have particular responsibilities to the

HIV/STI Department of CDSC, providing statistical input at the design,

organisation, management, analysis and publication stages for all the

Department's varied research and surveillance activities, ensuring the

department benefits from recent advances in statistical methods in HIV and

STI epidemiology.  He/she will also be expected to contribute to the general

work of the Statistics Unit.



The ideal candidate will have a good Mathematics or Statistics first degree

and an appropriate postgraduate qualification. He/she will have a

publication record and 2 - 3 years relevant experience as a statistician in

a medical field.



The Health Protection Agency (HPA) is an independent body that protects the

health and well-being of everyone in England and Wales. The Agency (in

partnership with the National Radiological Protection Board) plays a

critical role in protecting people from infectious diseases and in

preventing harm when hazards involving chemicals, poisons or radiation

occur. We also prepare for new and emerging threats, such as a bio-terrorist

attack or a virulent new strain of disease.

The post will be on the Scientific Scale B11-13  (26,599-28,633 inclusive

of London weighting).

For an application pack please email [log in to unmask] or write to: 

Mrs M Cable, Manager Human Resources, HPA Communicable Disease Surveillance

Centre,  61 Colindale Avenue, London, NW9 5EQ.



Reference No:  04/STAT/3

 

Closing Date:  13th October 2004



For further information / an informal discussion about the post please

contact the Statistics Unit Head, Andre Charlett, on 020 8327 7700 or 020

8327 7699.



The current terms and conditions applicable to this post will be replaced by

the new NHS Pay System known as "Agenda for Change". This will be effective

from 1st October 2004, although staff will not be moved onto the new system

until 1st December at the earliest. If you have any queries regarding

"Agenda for Change" please do not hesitate to contact your Human Resources

Manager.



The Health Protection Agency is an equal opportunities employer.





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express authority of the HPA, or the intended recipient, or both. If you

are not the intended recipient, you must not disclose, copy, distribute or

retain this message or any part of it. This footnote also confirms that

this EMail has been swept for computer viruses, but please re-sweep any

attachments before opening or saving. HTTP://www.HPA.org.uk

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