Vacante en LONDON (Reino Unido) de Técnicos en ciencias físicas y químicas
Band 6 Paediatric Research Nurse
Clasificación del trabajo:Técnicos y profesionales de nivel medio : Profesionales de las ciencias y la ingeniería de nivel medio : Técnicos en ciencias físicas y en ingeniería : Técnicos en ciencias físicas y químicas. Technicians and associate professionals : Science and engineering associate professionals : Physical and engineering science technicians : Chemical and physical science technicians.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Band 6 Paediatric Research Nurse Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust was created on 1 October 2007 by merging St Mary’s NHS Trust and Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and integrating with Imperial College London faculty of medicine. Now the largest NHS Trust in the country, we have come together to establish the UK’s first academic health science centre AHSC. We have an active Paediatric Research portfolio at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, based within a dedicated paediatric clinical research facility. Over recent years, there has been significant expansion of clinical research into food allergy, including cutting-edge studies into what happens when children experience allergic reactions, and treating food allergy through desensitisation. This is an exciting time, with our unit due to relocate into a new, enlarged purpose-built facility at the start of 2018. As a result, an opportunity has arisen for a Band 6 Research Nurse within our Paediatric Research Unit here. The post will be funded full-time for a period of 18 months as a fixed term contract in the first instance, but with scope for extension following the probationary period. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is eager to learn more about clinical allergy and provide excellent care to young people and their families participating in our research studies. The Band 6 role involves assessing and managing care pathways for participants in research: including, recruitment, education and monitoring of research subjects, providing support for research participants and their families and the accurate collection and documentation of data. You will work collaboratively with colleagues in the research team and the wider multidisciplinary team, managing your own caseload and acting as a resource for staff, researchers, research participants and their families. You will also require a working knowledge and compliance with local, national and international research regulations. You will contribute to the development of local policies related to all aspects of the research process and contribute to training and supervision of other research team members. Previous experience in clinical allergy/asthma would be an advantage, but is not essential as the roles will be fully supported, with training provided to ensure patient safety and compliance with Good Clinical Practice GCP to the highest level of excellence. We actively encourage staff development and would provide the successful applicant with opportunities to progress towards a Band 7 position within the team. The post will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check at an enhanced level replaces the Criminal Records Bureau. For further details / informal visits contact: Dr Paul Turner on 020 3312 7754 or at p.turnerimperial.ac.uk or Ms Amina Abdulla Lead Paediatric Research Nurse amina.abdullanhs.net or phone: 07966 200403
Servicio de empleo de origen:Department for Work and Pensions, Public Employment Services, United Kingdom.