School of Health Sciences
Salary: £32,236 to £35,211 per annum pro rata
Post Type: Part Time
Closing Date: Sunday 19 May 2019
Interview Date: Wednesday 29 May 2019
Innovation in the Allied Health Professions: Evaluation of supplementary prescribing by dietitians and independent prescribing by therapeutic radiographers
Part-time - 0.4 FTE
The School of Health Sciences is a leading provider of undergraduate education in nursing, midwifery, operating department practice, and paramedic practice. The School also has an extensive portfolio of postgraduate and continuing professional development courses, research and consultancy. The School has extensive links with local health care providers.
We are seeking to appoint a 0.4 FTE Project Manager for up to 40 months to work on the evaluation of supplementary prescribing by dietitians and independent prescribing by therapeutic radiographers funded by the Department of Health Policy Research Programme. The PI for the project is Dr Nicola Carey, Reader in Long Term Conditions in the School of Health Sciences. The research study is a collaborative project with Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UCL Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Bristol Cancer Institute, North West NMP Health and Education co-operative alongside our patient advisor.
The post holder will be a suitably qualified researcher who has experience of project management in the area of social, health or medical science-related research. They will work with other members of the research team, manage and co-ordinate the project to keep to timeline and to meet the project outcomes.
In addition to salary you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement and excellent development opportunities. We also offer an exclusive discounted membership package to all our staff for the Surrey Sport Park.
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Nicola Carey via firstname.lastname@example.org
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