Hepatology Research Nurse | Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||14 November 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£30,401 - £37,267|
|Closing date:||14 December 2019|
|Location:||Oxford, OX3 9DU|
|Company:||Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust|
The Hepatology Research Team has a new vacancy for a research nurse. This is a band 6 vacancy. Full time hours are preferable but we will consider part time applicants.
We are a growing team of nurses, trials assistants and administrators with fantastic support from our consultants and scientists. The team have a large portfolio of studies that cover all areas of liver disease including viral hepatitis, autoimmune liver disease, and alcoholic liver disease, NAFLD, PSC and PBC.
We share and work closely with the Gastroenterology research team in the Clinical Trials Facility on level 5 of the John Radcliffe Hospital where we also have a busy Day Case Unit that many of our patients attend.
We have a strong focus on supporting our nursing team with further educational opportunities. We have two post graduate courses available that focus on research and liver disease and will happily consider other educational opportunities that support the role.
If you are interested please do contact Lizzie who is our Nursing manager for the team. She will happily show you our facilities and introduce you to the team and answer any questions you might have.
Closing Date-Thursday 4th December 2019
Planned Interview Date:Monday 16th December 2019
This advert closes on Wednesday 4 Dec 2019
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