This job is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to work with the new Networks of Cochrane Review Groups (CRGs). Network Support Fellows will work in support of the general aims and objectives of the CRG Transformation Plan, but with a particular focus on ensuring that the Networks are positioned to provide maximum support for the NHS. Each Network Support Fellow will have an individual work plan that includes specific objectives that are customized around the network’s development priorities.
The candidate should have proven experience in evidence synthesis research including: conducting systematic reviews, strong understanding of systematic review methods (including statistics and using GRADE). It is expected the candidate will have a track record of being involved with Cochrane activities. Examples of those are: conducting systematic reviews, member of the editorial team of a review group, or another relevant Cochrane entity (e.g. methods group, field or centre).
This position is open to anyone who meets the requirements described above. This is a 20 months pilot programme.
We are open to part time and job share applications that describe how the functions will be divided, and how continuity will be achieved. We would also welcome applications from candidates wishing to undertake this role as a part-time secondment from their employer.
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