Applications are invited for a Senior Research Data Manager within the Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Clinical Research Informatics Unit (CRIU) at UCL/UCLH. The role is linked closely to many health data science initiatives within the hospital, UCL’s Research Software Development Group, and the Alan Turing Institute, among others.
The appointee will have a strong technical background and substantial experience of data management, software development and systems engineering. Experience of both Windows and Linux development environments would be a distinct advantage for the successful appointee. The appointee will facilitate the extraction, harmonisation and curation of health data from diverse data sources using established open source solutions and metadata standards. Working alongside clinicians, IT professionals, and computer scientists, the post holder will create, deliver and maintain systems to support the delivery of data management services to support the needs of the various research programmes.
This is advertised as an 18 month fixed term post, with a salary of £46,897 – £54,983 per annum. Although given the number of initiatives that will be relying on this work long term, I’d be very surprised if there wasn’t some kind of follow-on.
For more details and to apply see http://jobs.uclh.nhs.uk/job/-v1163587?_ts=11976 – closing date is 26th July.