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All vacancies within Radcliffe Department of Medicine

There are currently 10 vacancies within Radcliffe Department of Medicine:

Title Closes Salary
Research Technician - BRC Diabetes and Metabolism June 26, 2019, noon Grade 5: Salary in the range £24, 983 - £27, 799 p.a.
Laboratory and Clinical Studies Manager June 28, 2019, noon Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.
Senior Research Technician June 28, 2019, noon Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 p.a.
IT Support Officer July 4, 2019, noon Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 with a discretionary range to £37,345 p.a.
Academic Clinical Lecturer in Haematology (NHS Blood and Transplant) July 8, 2019, noon Grade A63 or A67: £33,127 - £58,593 p.a. dependent on qualifications and experience, in line with current pay protection and transitional arrangements in the NHS
Computational Biology Trainer/Analyst July 8, 2019, noon Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.
Clinical Research Training Fellow July 15, 2019, noon Grade E64: £32,569 - £52,200 p.a.
Research Assistant July 15, 2019, noon Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 p.a.
Researcher in Medical Statistics July 15, 2019, noon Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609, p.a.
Research Administration Officer July 22, 2019, noon Grade 5: £25,482 - £30,395 p.a.

Research Technician - BRC Diabetes and Metabolism

Closes: June 26, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 5: Salary in the range £24, 983 - £27, 799 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Diabetes and Metabolism Theme Research Assistant, within the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Diabetes and Metabolism Theme in the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (OCDEM).</p><br> <p>The Diabetes and Metabolism Theme overseas a complex portfolio of translational diabetes and metabolism research programmes which are underpinned by core BRC funded infrastructure. BRC-funded core laboratory personnel support human bio-sample and tissue processing, stable isotope analysis and lipid profiling by gas chromatography mass spectrometry, human islet isolation and processing for translational science across the theme. The research theme consists of four subthemes: Translational Physiology, Therapeutics and Medical Innovation; Translational Islet and Metabolic Tissue Biology; Pancreas and Islet-Cell Transplantation and Service Innovation and Evaluation.</p><br> <p>The postholder will have responsibility for both supporting and undertaking several key aspects of work within the lab including sample processing, DNA and RNA extraction from multiple human tissues and organisation of mammalian cell culture work performed within our laboratories. They will take responsibly for COSHH risk assessments. The postholder will support the work of research groups within the theme and report to the BRC Diabetes and Metabolism Theme Lab Manager.</p><br> <p>Candidates should have previous experience of working in a laboratory. Some flexibility with respect to working hours will be needed, including occasional responsibility for out-of-hours work.</p><br> <p>The position is full-time and fixed-term for 3 years in the first instance and funded by the NIHR Oxford BRC.</p><br> <p>Please quote ref.141014 on all correspondence. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Wednesday 26 June 2019 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled for week commencing 8 July 2019.</p> </div>

Laboratory and Clinical Studies Manager

Closes: June 28, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>THIS IS A READVERTISEMENT PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</p><br> <p>We are seeking to recruit a suitably experienced person with strong organisational skills to manage the Haematopoietic Stem Cell Biology (HSCB) laboratory. You will play a key role in maintaining the laboratory, and will also participate in research projects, working closely with scientists, postdocs and PhD students in the laboratory. You will oversee clinical studies for the collection and processing of patient samples in the laboratory through the INForMeD study (a sample collection study run by Professor Mead), this will provide an opportunity to learn new, or develop existing skills in clinical study management.</p><br> <p>The HSCB laboratory is based within the excellent research environment of the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. Members of the laboratory are focusing on understanding the molecular regulation of normal blood formation and the blood forming stem cells in particular, and how these processes are dysregulated in leukaemia.</p><br> <p>You will hold a degree in a biomedical, cell biology, immunology, haematology or associated subject. You will have knowledge and experience of the management and operation of containment level 2 laboratories and Good Laboratory Practice. Previous experience of laboratory management, COSHH regulations, cell/tissue culture and molecular biology are essential. You will have good organizational and time management skills with experience of implementing Health and Safety procedures and responding to the diverse needs of research groups with competing pressures.</p><br> <p>The position is available immediately for 18 months in the first instance, with the potential for follow-on funding.</p><br> <p>Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Adam Mead (<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:adam.mead@imm.ox.ac.uk">adam.mead@imm.ox.ac.uk</a>).</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p><br> <p>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 28 June 2019.</p> </div>

Senior Research Technician

Closes: June 28, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We are seeking a Senior Research Technician to join a dynamic group investigating translational approaches to the treatment of skin disease led by Professor Graham Ogg; based at the MRC Human Immunology Unit, MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine.</p><br> <p>The Senior Research Technician&#8217;s role is primarily to support the progression of studies by performing necessary core laboratory work required to move studies forward. The work will include molecular biology, tissue culture, flow cytometry and cellular assays.</p><br> <p>You will be expected to provide guidance to less experienced members of the research group for example new PhD students or clinicians if required, and provide a supportive role for Professor Graham Ogg by performing core activities of the lab. The post would suit an individual who wishes to consider a career as a research technician and/or laboratory manager.</p><br> <p>To be considered for this position you should hold a relevant BSc and have laboratory management experience. You should also have experience in molecular biology (e.g. RNA preparation, qPCR, protein synthesis, genotyping, DNA cloning) and experience of T-cell immunology and tissue culture.</p><br> <p>This post is fixed-term for 3 years.</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Friday 28 June 2019 will be considered.</p> </div>

IT Support Officer

Closes: July 4, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 with a discretionary range to £37,345 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT &#8211; PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.</p><br> <p>We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated IT Support Officer to provide support for computer systems and networks at the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM). Working as part of a small team (three including this position) and reporting to the IT Support Manager, you will be responsible for providing first line IT support to academic researchers, clinicians, students and administrative users.</p><br> <p>This role requires knowledge, experience and technical competence across a broad range of computing areas including user support, hardware (printers, audio visual kit, etc.), operating systems, networking (ethernet and WiFi) and communications protocols. A strong interest in Information Technology is vital and experience with a variety of operating systems (Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, Unices) is desirable.</p><br> <p>You will have a good standard of education to include BTEC or equivalent relevant experience. Experience in a first-line IT support or helpdesk role, including audio visual support and a detailed knowledge of Windows 7 and Windows 10 with the ability to diagnose software problems such as network or operating system configuration problems is essential. You will have excellent communication skills to network with a wide range of personnel and the ability to organise and prioritise your workload to ensure a high level of quality and customer service. It is essential that you are able to keep abreast of latest technologies in IT and have an interest in future developments in the field.</p><br> <p>The position is full-time and permanent.</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12.00 noon on Thursday 4 July 2019. Interviews will be held on Thursday 18 July 2019.</p> </div>

Academic Clinical Lecturer in Haematology (NHS Blood and Transplant)

Closes: July 8, 2019, noon; salary: Grade A63 or A67: £33,127 - £58,593 p.a. dependent on qualifications and experience, in line with current pay protection and transitional arrangements in the NHS

<div> <p></p><p>Applications are invited for one post under the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Pathway. This is a fixed-term, 4-year post which offers excellent opportunities to undertake high quality research within a clinically excellent environment and to undertake clinical work towards gaining a CCT. In addition to the NIHR funded post available, locally funded posts may also be awarded in parallel, subject to funding and assessment against the stated criteria for the role. Applicants should be medically qualified, ST3 and above, have full GMC registration and already hold, or have submitted for Higher Degree (PhD/DPhil/MD).</p><br> <p>Any successful applicant must be able to take up their post no later than 31 March 2020.</p><br> <p>For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Christopher Pugh using the email address below.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this post is 12.00 noon on Monday 8 July 2019. Interviews will be held on Friday 19 July 2019.</p><br> <p>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</p> </div>

Computational Biology Trainer/Analyst

Closes: July 8, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We are looking for an enthusiastic team-player to join the Oxford Biomedical Data Science (OBDS) training programme in the role of Computational Biology Trainer/Analyst. This unique position provides the opportunity to both play a key role in training biomedical scientists in data science and lead innovative research and software development projects in computational genomics.</p><br> <p>You will hold an MSc or PhD in a quantitative discipline (e.g. bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science, physics, statistics, engineering or mathematics). You will have experience and enthusiasm for developing and delivering training in computational biology/data science methods and keeping up with the latest advances in these areas (e.g. machine learning, cloud computing). You will be proficient in software development in Python, following software engineering best practices.</p><br> <p>At the MRC WIMM Centre for Computational Biology (CCB), we work alongside scientists and clinicians to realise the potential of &#8216;big data&#8217; in biology by exploiting complex information to make discoveries that benefit human health. The CCB encompasses an international team of over 50 computational biologists, working closely with 500 lab-based scientists and clinicians.</p><br> <p>The position is available fixed-term for 3 years, funded by a Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund (ISSF) Award and the OBDS Training Programme.</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12.00 noon on Monday 8 July 2019.</p> </div>

Clinical Research Training Fellow

Closes: July 15, 2019, noon; salary: Grade E64: £32,569 - £52,200 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>THIS IS A READVERTISEMENT, PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</p><br> <p>The Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (OCDEM) has an exciting role in the group of Professor Thakker, FRS, for an experienced and qualified clinician to undertake a laboratory based DPhil project identifying novel epigenetic drug targets for pancreatic cancers.</p><br> <p>The work will be focused on performing basic science techniques to examine the epigenetic landscape of exocrine and endocrine pancreatic tumours. This will identify common or inverse signatures regulating the expression of proliferation-associated genes that can subsequently be targeted using epigenetic modulating drugs. This role offers the postholder the opportunity to develop an understanding of pancreatic cancer biology, and learn diverse state-of-the-art scientific laboratory techniques, in an academic environment.</p><br> <p>The post would suit trainees specialising in endocrinology, oncology, pathology, gastroenterology or endocrine surgery, interested in pursuing a clinical-academic career.</p><br> <p>Applicants must be qualified with an MBBS level or equivalent, fully registered with GMC and permitted to practice medicine in the UK. Applicants will ideally have commenced or completed Core Medical Training or a medical specialty equivalent, with MRCP (or equivalent). Motivation to complete a DPhil, excellent communication skills, and the desire to pursue a career in academic medicine are essential for this post.</p><br> <p>The post is full-time for a fixed-term of 3 years.</p><br> <p>Please quote vacancy number 141258 in all correspondence.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 15 July 2019 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled for 31 July 2019</p> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: July 15, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 6: £28,660 - £34,189 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We are looking for a highly motivated and well-organised Research Assistant to work in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine&#8217;s laboratories at the John Radcliffe Hospital and focus on understanding the cellular and molecular basis of genetically inherited cardiomyopathies. The department is an international and multidisciplinary research atmosphere, in which scientists from many subject area backgrounds collaborate to further the biological understanding of cardiovascular disease.</p><br> <p>You will be actively involved in induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) culture and maintenance. As the laboratory focuses on stem cell characterisation of inherited cardiomyopathies, the role will encompass differentiation of stem cell lineages to cardiomyocytes for functional characterisation. The Toepfer laboratory has begun to show how these technologies can begin to elucidate novel mechanisms of disease in inherited cardiomyopathies Toepfer et.al. Circulation Research 2019 and Toepfer et.al. Science Translational Medicine 2019. You will manage your own research and administrative activities, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues and determine the most appropriate methodologies to test hypotheses, and identify suitable alternatives if technical problems arise</p><br> <p>You will hold a first degree, in a related subject area have cell culture experience, preferably with induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within established research programmes. Experience of iPSC differentiation to specific cell types, such as cardiac and skeletal muscle cell lineages would be desirable.</p><br> <p>This is a full-time appointment on a fixed-term for 2 years. You will be based at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 15 July 2019 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to take place in August.</p> </div>

Researcher in Medical Statistics

Closes: July 15, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609, p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We are looking for a highly motivated and well-organised Research Assistant in Medical Statistics/Data Science. The project team (Professors Neubauer and Piechnik from the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research, RDM, Professor Petersen from Queen Mary University London, for cardiovascular; Professors Jenkinson and Smith from FMRIB/NDCN/WIN, Professor Nichols from the Big Data Institute, for brain; Drs Kelly and Banerjee from Perspectum Diagnostics for liver) have spearheaded development of MRI phenotyping in UK Biobank. They now plan to work together to assess how heart, brain and liver phenotypes correlate/interact with each other and how they link to clinical/genetic characteristics and outcomes on a population level. You will work with these teams to develop and publish these analyses. Ultimately, this work is expected to lead to novel risk prediction models that may guide clinical practice and disease prevention.</p><br> <p>You will be required to conduct detailed analysis of heart, brain and liver data obtain from the UK Biobank. As well as this you will develop statistical analysis plans for studies and contribute to the overall planning of studies. You will be required to hold a degree in a relevant subject and a postgraduate degree in mathematics, statistics, computing, or a related subject and Demonstrable experience, ability and practical success in statistics or machine learning, working with large scale datasets. Previous research experience, especially in medicine, in particular with brain, heart or liver organs would be desirable.</p><br> <p>This full-time appointment is fixed-term until 31 March 2022. This post is funded by the BRC and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), Level 0, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 15 July 2019 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place in August.</p> </div>

Research Administration Officer

Closes: July 22, 2019, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,482 - £30,395 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>The Department is pleased to offer an opportunity for a Research Administration Officer to work as a member of a small team under the line management of the Research Administration Manager. The role offered is pivotal in providing a complete research grant management service to the department and is the interface between (i) academic staff in the department, (ii) Research Services and Research Accounts in the University Administration and Services and (iii) all external funding agencies.</p><br> <p>You will be responsible for providing departmental researchers with administrative support in the preparation, costing and submission of research applications through the department. Together with the Research Administration Manager you will also be responsible for the management of the department&#8217;s active research awards through the full lifecycle of the project.</p><br> <p>You will be educated to A-level standard or equivalent and have the ability to interpret, follow and explain complex information to others. You will need to have experience of managing projects and working with a complex and varied workload. Excellent organisational and time-management skills, including the ability to work effectively under pressure within the context of a team and meet deadlines are also required.</p><br> <p>This full-time appointment is on a fixed-term contract for 3 years. You will be based in the West Wing of the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.</p><br> <p>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and person specification, please click on the link below.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 22 July 2019 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on Tuesday 6 August 2019.</p> </div>