Nurse Project Co-ordinator
Salary: £27k - £32k (Depending on skills & experience)
Department: Data Collection
Application deadline: 20 May 2019
We are looking to recruit a Nurse Project Co-ordinator to join the Nurse Centre of Excellence team, working to support the delivery of nurse/biomedical project fieldwork and high levels of performance across the project data collection activities.
About the role
This full-time role requires the co-ordination and delivery of key activities relating to Nurse/Biomedical project data collection. The role holder will focus, in the first instance, on longitudinal project delivery and will be required to act as the lead Nurse Centre project contact for internal stakeholders and departmental colleagues. The role reports to the Head of the Nurse Centre of Excellence and supports the wider Project Management teams in delivering project fieldwork to NatCen’s quality standards and delivery targets.
The successful candidate will have proven co-ordination and management skills, which are underpinned by excellent communication and IT literacy skills. A proven ability to analyse and interpret data to deliver clear reports and presentations on insights generated is important. To support a drive in nurse/biomedical performance, the successful candidate will also have proven skills for delivering key messages through formal and informal means (e.g. training sessions, meetings etc).
We are particularly interested in hearing from candidates that have extensive experience, knowledge and understanding of survey-based projects involving biomedical data collection measurement protocols and procedures including biomedical samples (e.g. blood).
Knowledge and understanding of Nursing/Midwifery and related Health Care Professional regulation and best practice principles is also a distinct advantage.
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About NatCen Social Research
At NatCen Social Research, we're driven by the belief that social research has the power to make life better. Our research influences policy makers, practitioners, academics and the media, shaping our understanding of the world we live in and how it is changing.
We offer a collaborative and stimulating environment with a high profile, challenging research programme, as well as favourable working conditions.
Currently, we are only able to consider applicants with eligibility to work in the UK.
How to apply
Please submit your CV and supporting statement (no more than 700 words) outlining your skills, experience and why you would make a great addition to the team by email to email@example.com.
Closing date for applications will be 9am, Monday 20th May 2019.
For an informal conversation about the role please contact Jo Taylor, Head of Nurse Centre on 01277 690067 or via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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