Clinical Research Fellow x4
Job description Job summary
£33,127- £58,593 per annum plus £2,162 per annum London Weighting Allowance
£27,146 - £47,132 per annum plus £2,162 per annum London Weighting Allowance (Doctors in Training)
We are seeking to appoint four Clinical Research Fellows (from surgical and medical backgrounds) who will be involved in a major research project in digital health, technological innovation, patient safety or disease mechanisms directed by Professor Ara Darzi. The research project will entail project design, experimental work in addition to data analysis and reporting the results in peer-reviewed journals.
Duties and responsibilities
The successful candidates will work across our research themes, including alongside policy makers and researchers in the Centre for Health Policy in the Institute of Global Health Innovation, product designers in the HELIX Centre, and leaders in Safety and Quality in the NIHR Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.
This is an excellent opportunity for individuals with an interest in research and they would be expected to register for a higher degree. You must be able to demonstrate some previous experience in research and must show evidence of ability to develop personal research projects.
The post holders will also be required to fulfil clinical commitments within Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, among others, to contribute to their on-call rotas.
A degree in medicine (MBBS or equivalent) and full General Medical Council registration is essential. You will have or be working towards MRCS or MRCP or equivalent. We are seeking Core Trainee and Specialist Trainee level individuals with appropriate ATLS/ALS qualification. Proven experience in an acute hospital setting is required.
These full-time posts are fixed-term for one year, in the first instance.
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