PLEASE NOTE: This vacancy is now CLOSED
Research Manager BeSpoke project
Closing date: 05 November 2021
Salary Range: £45,610 to £53,757 per annum
Location: Division of Surgery and Interventioonal Science, UCL, London
Fixed-term: The post is funded for 5 years in the first instance
Duties and Responsibilities
The UCL Division of Surgery and Interventional Science is a collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment where clinicians, scientists, engineers, and allied health professionals are constantly striving for innovative approaches to treatment and evaluation. Our research spans the full translational pathway, which is reflected in the multidisciplinary nature of our team. Our aim is to improve patient and population health, and the delivery and the quality of healthcare. We achieve this through improving our understanding of the biological, psychological and social determinants of health and clinical outcome, and through the development, implementation and evaluation of novel interventions.
Professor Caroline Moore has been awarded an NIHR research Professorship, for the BESPOKE programme Building and evaluating a Stratified Prostate Cancer pathway for Screening, Detection, Decision Support and Surveillance. This will be carried out with the support of the National Cancer Imaging Translational Accelerator (NCITA) Clinical Trials Unit based at Charles Bell House, UCL.
The post holder will assist Professor Moore in the BeSpoke programme, and the development of further research capacity within UCL Urology.
Responsibilities of the post include: monitoring, advice and advocacy regarding research-related matters including GDPR and ethics, reviewing and negotiating research and research-related contracts, and managing activities across multiple projects from application through to publication. Duties also include financial management and oversight of UCL Urology research grants, and working with project investigators in the preparation of full economic costings.
This post is funded for 5 years in the first instance.
Applicants will be educated to degree level or equivalent qualifications, or have evidence of substantial relevant research management experience.
Knowledge of policy and practice in a research-intensive university as well as experience of managing the operational delivery of multiple research programmes and facilities involving varied stakeholders is essential.
Demonstrable experience of effective budgetary management and control of complex finances is also essential. Substantial relevant clinical research management experience, including co-ordination between NHS sites and academic and commercial partners is desirable.
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For enquiries regarding the application process please contact Stephanie Ball, Divisional Staffing Manager firstname.lastname@example.org and quote reference 1879575
For informal enquiries about the role please contact Prof. Caroline Moore email@example.com