Endometrial Cancer Study Research Assistant - Fixed Term - Part-Time 0.6 at Waitemata District Health Board (North & West Auckland), Auckland
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
12 months – Fixed Term commencing 1 September 2022
Part-time – 0.6 FTE
- Gain experience in Health and Data Research
- Contribute to the Cancer research initiatives for Māori and Pacific women
- Find out why Waitematā DHB are leaders in Health Innovation
Waitematā DHB are looking for a Research Assistant to provide support to the multidisciplinary research team undertaking a Health Research Council funded study that will focus on endometrial cancer among Māori and Pacific women. The study will take place over a 12 month period within the metro Auckland region.
This is a fixed term role for 12 months commencing 1 September 2022. To succeed in this role, you will need to have:
- A strong commitment to equity and the advancement of Māori and Pacific health
- A tertiary-level qualification relevant to health-related research
- Competence with participant recruitment, quantitative surveys and quantitative data analysis,
- Experience working within a clinical research or clinical data environment
- Strong written and oral communication skills
If you want to join our team and be part of this exciting research, we welcome your application.
Please apply online at www.wdhbcareers.co.nz
To view the Position Description please click here
For queries regarding the position please contact Georgina McPherson – Research Lead at Georgina.McPherson@waitematadhb.govt.nz or Suneela Mehta – Public Health Physician at Suneela.Mehta@waitematadhb.govt.nz.
For recruitment enquiries please contact Ben Bradley - Senior Recruitment Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: 6th July 2022
Job Code: WDHB14454
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Waitemata District Health Board (North & West Auckland)|
|Position type:||Contract/Temp Part time|
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