- Research & Innovation
- Band 5
- 37.5 hours per week
- southmead Hospital
- £23,023 - £29,608. pro rata
- Today at 23:59
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North Bristol NHS Trust, Research & Innovation department are looking to recruit a key post as a Research Facilitation Officer which plays an important role in the implementation of systems and processes working within a friendly, supportive atmosphere.
Through providing specialist advice in relation to research projects and research governance, researchers will be supported to perform good quality research where the dignity, rights, safety and well-being of participants are protected and all research activity is carried out in line with current UK/EU legislation.
The post-holder will have an important role in the implementation of systems to establish a culture where researchers are supported to perform good quality research with the dignity, rights, safety and well-being of participants being protected. The post- holder will monitor research activity and conduct regular audits to ensure research practice meets the quality and standards set out in the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care including the registration, monitoring and dissemination of all research within the Trust and assisting in the development of Research Management systems.
The post holder will have experience of clinical trials / and or other research experience, research management and governance processes, as well as being a highly motivated and organised person.
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