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Project Manager

Applications for this vacancy closed on 8 April 2020 at 12:00PM
The Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes Research group
(https://clininf.eu/) is seeking to employ a highly motivated and proactive
Project Manager to provide research administrative support within the
multidisciplinary team, thereby contributing to the delivery of studies within
the theme.



The group of researchers, SQL developers, statisticians and practice liaison
officers is led by Professor Simon de Lusignan at the Nuffield Department of
Primary Care Health Sciences. The team works with large primary care datasets
(such as the Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance
Centre (RCGP RSC), approximately 8 million people and around 2.5 billion
rows), and other electronic health records.



Your role will include planning, preparation, execution, and reporting of the
portfolio of the Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes research group
projects to ensure that trial, observational study and other informatics
research project data is acquired effectively and efficiently; and where
necessary developing appropriate Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).



The postholder will report directly to the Research Group lead and the Senior
Project Manager, and will support other research activity in accordance with
specified research project(s) under the supervision of the principal
investigator. The postholder will have a very diverse network of contacts that
will be from all academic and professional levels within the organisation. In
particular, the post will work closely with other administrative staff,
academic staff, research services staff, and external organisations including
project partners.



For a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria, please view the
job description below.



Team members are expected to work from the research group offices. You will be
based at Eagle House, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, 7
Walton Well Road, Oxford, OX2 6ED. The group uses agile management methods to
ensure a keen focus on work and outputs. We hold a daily SCRUM and, to
minimise emails between group members, each staff member reports through an
end of the day update with task report email.



Funding is available for 1 year in the first instance. Potential applicants
who would like to discuss this posts are welcome to contact Professor Simon de
Lusignan (simon.delusignan@phc.ox.ac.uk).



The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 8 April 2020.
Interviews will be on Friday 17 April 2020.

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The Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes Research group (https://clininf.eu/) is seeking to employ a highly motivated and proactive Project Manager to provide research administrative support within the multidisciplinary team, thereby contributing to the delivery of studies within the theme.


The group of researchers, SQL developers, statisticians and practice liaison officers is led by Professor Simon de Lusignan at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. The team works with large primary care datasets (such as the Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre (RCGP RSC), approximately 8 million people and around 2.5 billion rows), and other electronic ...

The Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes Research group
(https://clininf.eu/) is seeking to employ a highly motivated and proactive
Project Manager to provide research administrative support within the
multidisciplinary team, thereby contributing to the delivery of studies within
the theme.



The group of researchers, SQL developers, statisticians and practice liaison
officers is led by Professor Simon de Lusignan at the Nuffield Department of
Primary Care Health Sciences. The team works with large primary care datasets
(such as the Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance
Centre (RCGP RSC), approximately 8 million people and around 2.5 billion
rows), and other electronic ...
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