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CLRN Primary Care Research Manager

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with a Master’s degree or equivalent in Health Services Management/research or a related field. The post holder will be a member of the London (North West) Comprehensive Local Research Network (CLRN) team, responsible for managing a wide variety of projects to support research activity in primary care.

The aim of the post is to widen participation in research, particularly in North West London, and ensure that patients and healthcare professionals from primary care are able to participate, and benefit from, clinical research in all areas of disease and healthcare. The appointee will be based at the Charing Cross Hospital campus in Hammersmith, but the role will require frequent travel to general practices across NW London, the CLRN host organisation in Northwick Park Hospital, as well as other collaborating organisations in North West London.

The post holder will have substantial experience of healthcare management, extensive knowledge of NIHR Initiatives and DOH research policies, experience of using formal project management techniques and managing all aspects of clinical trials. The postholder will be self-motivated and capable of formulating, planning and carrying out a complex research programme.

The appointment is full-time for a fixed term for 12 months and will be based at the Charing Cross Campus located in Hammersmith.


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