Skip to main content

This job has expired

Senior Clinical Researcher – Treatment Resistant Depression Clinic

Employer
University of Oxford
Location
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Salary
Grade E82: £93,666- £126,281
Closing date
10 Jul 2024

Department of Psychiatry

Senior Clinical Researcher – Treatment Resistant Depression Clinic

Salary: Grade E82: £93,666- £126,281
Contract type: Fixed term (funded to 31 January 2028)

Applications are invited for a Senior Clinical Researcher to take a leadership role in the development and operation of a research focussed clinic for patients with treatment resistant depression. The clinic is located in the Warneford Hospital in Oxford and is led by Prof Michael Browning. It is part of the Oxford Health NHS Trust and is supported by the Depression Therapeutics theme of the NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre. The post will be based in the Department of Psychiatry, at the Warneford Hospital.

You will have direct clinical contact with patients in the research clinic and have supervision responsibilities for junior clinical colleagues. You will also involve liaison with other stakeholders in the research process (academic colleagues, funders, regulators, industrial partners). The post would be well suited to candidates who are looking to apply for future funding and to establish clinical academic careers.

You must be medically qualified and GMC registered and a Member, or Fellow, of the relevant Royal College, with a proven record in relevant/high quality research, including patient facing interventional or observational studies. A higher degree would be desirable, as would experience of clinical trials of investigational medicinal products and experience of working with relevant regulatory agencies.

Applications for this post should be made online and should include a CV/covering letter.

Closing date: 10 July 2024.
Interviews date: 26 July 2024.

To apply please click the apply button.

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert