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Position: Research Fellow (Project Manager)
Institution: Queen's University Belfast
Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Duties: The Registry is responsible for the production of Official Statistics on cancer incidence, prevalence and survival in Northern Ireland and provides evidence to help inform decision making about cancer services. We collect patient information on their disease and the services they receive. This work uses data provided by patients and collected by the health service as part of their care and support
Requirements: Have or be about to obtain a PhD in a health related/epidemiology related discipline. At least 3 years relevant research experience. Experience of managing data collection. Experience of planning and implementing research protocols including ethics committee and research governance approvals. Evidence of papers published in peer reviewed journals. A sound working knowledge of standard computing and statistical packages (e.g.) STATA, SAS, SPSS. Ability to work in an independent, self-directed manner, formulating own objectives within the objectives of the overall team. Strong organisation skills and capable of dealing effectively with administrative tasks
   
Text: Job details Job title Research Fellow (Project Manager) Job reference 18/106988 Date posted 19/11/2018 Application closing date 18/12/2018 Salary £33,199 - £39,610 per annum (potential to progress to £43,266 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution) Job category/type Research Job description The Northern Ireland Cancer Registry is located in the Centre for Public Health, Queen's University Belfast and is funded by the Public Health Agency for Northern Ireland. The Registry is responsible for the production of Official Statistics on cancer incidence, prevalence and survival in Northern Ireland and provides evidence to help inform decision making about cancer services. We collect patient information on their disease and the services they receive. This work uses data provided by patients and collected by the health service as part of their care and support. This part time 0.8 FTE post is available for 17 months. The Project Manager will coordinate and project manage the establishment of cardiovascular datasets for Northern Ireland and key responsibilities of the role will include: Establish a project steering group Develop ethical and governance/approval Develop minimum datasets for registration and establishment of the database within a secure environment to receive data sources to identify duplicate notifications Organise data quality checks by review of a selection of patient's records, Undertake data analysis Produce reports and peer reviewed publications and organisation of a conference. The work will be undertaken within a highly secure environment using multiple electronic data sources. Candidate information About the Centre About the Registry Information for international applicants
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