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Previous opportunities are listed at the bottom of the page.
Current Job Opportunities
Currently, we have no job opportunities available
Currently, we have no funded PhD studentships available .
Previous Job Opportunities
Closed July 2016 NIHR CLAHRC Software Developer
Salary: £34720-£42830, Full Time; Contract/ Temporary
This is an exciting opportunity to work in software development at the forefront of international healthcare improvement. You will be supported to develop and acquire skills relevant to the goals of the NIHR CLAHRC for Northwest London.
You will develop and maintain the Electronic Data Collection and Reporting tools implemented as part of the NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London initiative, in particular the Web Improvement Support for Healthcare (WISH) software; and its internal and external deployment. You will agree, monitor and deliver work packages, reporting to the WISH steering group on progress as needed. You will work independently and in an integrated way with the WISH development team to deliver new features, improved functionality and additional deployments of the software. This will include installation and configuration and management of WISH software at client sites or on Cloud resources, development of features for use in improvement projects, technical training of key users, customer support and feature request/bug management and work, with users, on improving the look and feel of the user interface.
You will have a good BSc degree in Computer Science, or equivalent experience. You will have experience in designing and maintaining large scale systems and software, in server virtualisation and application server technologies as well as programming and scripting technologies. Experience of software engineering practices, including bug and feature management, code repositories, and release management are essential. You will need a strong ability to develop understanding of complex technical work, and excellent communication skills are essential.
The appointment is full-time and fixed term for one year from date of appointment.
The post is based at the Charing Cross and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Campuses
Our preferred method of application is online via our website http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment. Please complete and upload an application form as directed. CV’s must be accompanied by an application form.http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ANZ732/nihr-clahrc-software-developer/
Closed Jun 2016 Research Assistant/ Associate: Statistician
Salary Range:£29,800 - £32,970 per annum (Research Assistant); £33,860 - £40,620 per annum (Research Associate)
The successful applicant will have a MSc (for appointment as
Research Assistant) or a PhD or equivalent (for appointment as Research
in statistics, or in a technical subject with high statistical content (e.g.
health services research, mathematics, physics, engineering). You will need a
strong ability to develop understanding of complex technical work, and
excellent communication skills are essential.
Closed May 2015 Band 7 Project Manager (Breathlessness Theme)
Salary: £37,286 to £47,306 p.a. inclusive HCAS
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Project Manager for Breathlessness Theme in North West London, for a 1 year fixed term contract.
As a project Manager you will be part of a team working with the Improvement Science manager and reporting to the Programme Manager of the Breathlessness theme. An understanding of the CLAHRC NWL approach, its underpinning rationale in terms of Improvement Science methodologies and ensuring active engagement of the project team is an integral part of the role.
Closed May 2015 Band 7 Project Manager (Early Years Theme)
Salary: £37,286 to £47,306 p.a. inclusive HCAS
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Project Manager for Itchy, Sneezy, Wheezy (ISW) roll out across Outer North West London, for a 1 year fixed term contract.
As a project Manager you will be part of a team working with the Improvement Science manager and reporting to the Programme Manager of the Early Years theme. You will support the ISW project team to roll out paediatric asthma and allergy clinics across outer North West London thus moving services from acute to community care settings. An understanding of the CLAHRC NWL approach, its underpinning rationale in terms of Improvement Science methodologies and ensuring active engagement of the project team is an integral part of the role.
Closed May 2015 Information Officer (Measurement for Improvement)
Salary: £29,350 to £33,410 p.a.
The NIHR CLAHRC for Northwest London is now seeking an outstanding individual to conduct research on measurement in healthcare improvement, as part of a Health Foundation funded project. You will undertake a range of activities including research and education and assist in the presentation, publication and dissemination of results.
Closed Jan 2015 Improvement Science Manager
Salary: £36,917 to £46,837 p.a. inclusive HCAS
Post-holders will support projects to engage with the CLAHRC NWL approach and sure they achieve research theme deliverables. They will maintain comprehensive records of project progress using Web Improvement Support Healthcare (WISH) to track Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles, measure improvements and demonstrate impact. Candidates will have a track record of quality improvement with experience in delivering complex projects on time and within diverse operating environments.
Closed Jan 2015 Project Officer
Salary: £25,666 to £33,481 p.a. inclusive HCAS
The post-holder will provide comprehensive project support to the team and have the ability to prioritise workload, communicate project information, status and updates and organise internal and external meetings, conferences and events. Candidates will have experience of working in the NHS and in a project management environment.
Funded PhD Studentships
Payment of Home/EU Fees and a stipend of £17,500 per annum for 3 years
Applications are invited
for three, 3-year PhD studentships with NIHR CLAHRC NWL within the
Faculty of Medicine of Imperial College London, Chelsea and Westminster
The PhD studentship link to a multidisciplinary programme of work to improve care for patients under the following themes:
Years: Optimising utilisation of specialist knowledge in the provision
of high-quality, evidence-based care: perspectives on allergy and sickle
cell services for children and adolescence.
2. Frailty assessment and medicines optimisation
and Physical Wellbeing - Predicting Successful Outcomes in Primary
Mental health services: using data analysis to support quality