Deadline for applications for the post below is Monday. It is a flexible post with 50% committed to provision of research design advice for nationally competitive clinical research proposals and the remaining 50% dependent on the post-holder's interests.
Further details and application form available from:
Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics
University of Manchester
R&D Support Unit
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
FACULTY OF MEDICAL & HUMAN SCIENCES
SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY BASED MEDICINE
HEALTH SCIENCES RESEARCH GROUP
RESEARCH FELLOW IN CLINICAL BIOSTATISTICS(Ref: MHS/10821)
Salary: £36,715 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced clinical biostatistician to join the biostatistics teams at the University of Manchester and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. Time will be available to develop research and professional skills according to the strengths and interests of the post holder. The post is to contribute to the new NIHR Research Design Service for the North West (RDS-NW). There are three local centres within the regional service, based at the Universities of Lancaster, Liverpool and Manchester. The Greater Manchester centre is a new initiative, and this post is one of several new posts in Manchester for health methodologists.
You will join a team of senior methodology experts who will work together to provide a comprehensive advisory service for health researchers preparing high-quality, nationally-competitive research funding applications. We are seeking an individual with experience in designing and conducting clinical research and familiarity with a range of methodological approaches.
The post is tenable until March 2015 in the first instance. Although this is a full-time post, applications for part-time working will be welcomed.
Further information about the NIHR RDS-NW can be found at http://www.rds-nw.nihr.ac.uk/ and further information about Biostatistics at the University of Manchester can be found at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/medicine/biostatistics.
Informal enquires may be made to Andy Vail ([log in to unmask]; tel: 0161 206 4262).
Application forms and further particulars are available at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/vacancies or from The Directorate of Human Resources, Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, Tel: 0161 275 8835, Email: [log in to unmask]
The closing date for applications is 18 October 2010. Interviews will be held on 3rd November. Please quote the appropriate reference: MHS/10821
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