East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is a large, diverse and complex organisation with an active and vibrant research programme. An exciting opportunity is available for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our busy research team in East Kent. We are looking for a Research Nurse / Clinical Studies Officer to support the large portfolio of Stroke studies within the Trust.
Working as part of a team, the role will involve setting up and recruiting patients to a variety of high quality research studies. The post will be based at William Harvey Hospital.
The post-holder will focus primarily on Stroke research. However, due to the nature of research and potential fluctuations in study demands and/or workload and staffing levels, it may be necessary for the post-holders to cover additional specialities and/or sites as required, therefore flexibility is essential.
Previous clinical research experience is essential for this band 6 post, along with meticulous attention to detail and the ability to work both as part of a team and independently.
For informal enquiries, please contact:
Linda Cowie, Senior Stroke Research Nurse, on: ( Phone number removed )
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