Clinical Research Nurse

Respiratory Medicine, Experimental Medicine, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, Oxford

Applications to be received by 12pm on Wednesday 4th of December 2019

Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and hard-working nurse to join our existing Airways Nurse Team to undertake clinical research studies in asthma and COPD.


The appointee will work closely with Professors Pavord and Bafadhel and Drs Tim Hinks and Richard Russell, Senior Clinical Research fellows, leading projects held primarily at John Radcliffe Hospital.


The appointed nurse will have the opportunity to learn about new techniques to assess symptoms, airway function and airway inflammation and will have the opportunity to perform these assessments in research volunteers. They will have additional responsibilities including the coordination of more detailed investigations in patients with unusual patterns of disease and recruitment into research projects. For interested applicants there will be an opportunity to develop a specific research area and, if interested, to work towards a higher degree.


To be considered for this position you should be a Registered Nurse and be educated to degree level or have evidence of equivalent academic experience. You should have thorough understanding of the current requirements of Good Research Governance and the rights of individuals participating in clinical research protocols, or willingness to undergo training in these areas.


The post is full-time, but part-time will be considered (minimum of 22.5 hours per week). This is a fixed-term post for up to 1 year in the first instance.


Please contact Helen Jeffers for further information, tel: 07554 436726; email: helen.jeffers@ndm.ox.ac.uk


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.


Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 4 December 2019 will be considered.

Contact: HR Officer