Based at our Cambridge location with hybrid / working from home options, the role holder will play a key role in our efforts to help tackle rare diseases.
We need someone with experience working with study teams to recruit research participants, someone adept at liaising with project teams across the country, and someone with a passion for progress in the fight against disease!
This is an incredibly exciting time to join the team, with the Rare Diseases BioResource publicly recognised as playing a major part in the new Rare Disease Action Plan for England released by the Department of Health and Social Care earlier this year. https://bioresource.nihr.ac.uk/news/millions-to-benefit-from-launch-of-england-s-first-rare-diseases-action-plan/
Employed by the University of Cambridge, the post offers a generous benefits package, including 41 days' annual leave.
Closing date for applications is May 29th.
At the NIHR BioResource, we help researchers to identify genetic causes of diseases, to improve diagnosis and to support work to develop and validate treatments. See more on our website https://bioresource.nihr.ac.uk/