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Position: Research Associate Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Institution: Schulthess Klinik
Department: Department of Teaching, Research and Development
Location: Zürich, Switzerland
Duties: Managing register documentation (currently concerning shoulder arthroplasty and rotator cuff repair); Consulting and liaising closely with clinicians of the shoulder and elbow surgery group, to assist with and guide their research projects; Leading agreed-on research projects, and ensuring that their objectives are achieved and that the work culminates in publications in quality peer-reviewed journals and presentations at international/national conferences; Participating actively in the further development of the Research Group according to the research strategy in collaboration with the Head of Research Group and Clinical Head of Research
Requirements: Medical education; PhD or equivalent, preferably with some years' postdoctoral experience, in a topic relevant to musculoskeletal medicine, ideally in human orthopedics and upper extremity outcomes research; Excellent knowledge of all aspects of the clinical research process from planning through to publication, in accordance with Good Clinical Practice procedures; Strong analytical skills and sound knowledge of statistical methodology, ideally in relation to health statistics, ideally with experience in the management of large datasets; Experience using the analytical software Stata or willingness to learn; German or willingness to learn, English (spoken and written, especially scientific/medical English)
   
Text: The Schulthess Clinic in Zurich is one of the leading orthopedic hospitals in Europe with over1,200 employees. Our main concern is to free people of their pain and restore their mobility. As aspecialist clinic, we focus on surgical orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology and sports medicine. The Schulthess Clinic is also a Swiss Olympic Medical Center. Our Department of Teaching, Research and Development is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic person to support as Senior Research Fellow Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, the research activities of the "Upper Extremities" subdivision as of April 1, 2019 or thereafter by arrangement. The main interests of the group include Outcomes Research based on observational data collected within our in-house registries, as well as the implementation of (multicenter) clinical trials. The hospital's main research interests and publications are described on the research pages of our website. Research Associate Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 80-100% Your tasks Managing register documentation (currently concerning shoulder arthroplasty and rotator cuff repair) Managing the study assistant(s) in their task of collecting registry data Consulting and liaising closely with clinicians of the shoulder and elbow surgery group, to assist with and guide their research projects Leading agreed-on research projects, and ensuring that their objectives are achieved and that the work culminates in publications in quality peer-reviewed journals and presentations at international/national conferences Participating actively in the further development of the Research Group according to the research strategy in collaboration with the Head of Research Group and Clinical Head of Research Your profile Medical education PhD or equivalent, preferably with some years' postdoctoral experience, in a topic relevant to musculoskeletal medicine, ideally in human orthopedics and upper extremity outcomes research Excellent knowledge of all aspects of the clinical research process from planning through to publication, in accordance with Good Clinical Practice procedures Strong analytical skills and sound knowledge of statistical methodology, ideally in relation to health statistics, ideally with experience in the management of large datasets Track record of producing high quality peer-reviewed publications, and scientific presentation at international conferences/meetings. Ability to present data in a clear and concise format that is understandable to all, from the student doctor through to the specialist Good organizational and planning skills, with the ability to prioritize day-to-day tasks, meet urgent deadlines and work with a variety of staff and teams Experience using the analytical software Stata or willingness to learn German (spoken and written, minimum comprehension) or willingness to learn English (spoken and written, especially scientific/medical English) Well-developed communication and social skills, and a sense of responsibility Passionate about research, with the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines Assertiveness and strong leadership skills Trustworthiness and integrity Ability to deal with conflict and criticism Interdisciplinary and cost-effective approach to work Our offer We offer a responsible and varied position in a motivated team, with good employment conditions and strong support from peers. The working hours can be organized individually by agreement but should include a minimum of 80% on-site presence. With your commitment you will contribute to the sustainable success of the clinic. You can expect a modern workplace in a dynamic work environment. If you would like to know more about this position, please contact Prof. Dr. Laurent Audigé, Head of Research Group Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, tel. +41 44 385 75 80.If you are interested, we look forward to receiving your online application. Online Bewerbung Lengghalde 2, CH-8008 Zurich, tel. +41 44 385 71 71, www.schulthess-klinik.ch Klinikbeschreibung The Schulthess Clinic in Zurich is one of the leading orthopedic hospitals in Europe with over1,200 employees. Our main concern is to free people of their pain and restore their mobility. As aspecialist clinic, we focus on surgical orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology and sports medicine. The Schulthess Clinic is also a Swiss Olympic Medical Center. Our Department of Teaching, Research and Development is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic person to support as Senior Research Fellow Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, the research activities of the "Upper Extremities" subdivision as of April 1, 2019 or thereafter by arrangement. The main interests of the group include Outcomes Research based on observational data collected within our in-house registries, as well as the implementation of (multicenter) clinical trials. The hospital's main research interests and publications are described on the research pages of our website. Research Associate Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 80-100% Your tasks Managing register documentation (currently concerning shoulder arthroplasty and rotator cuff repair) Managing the study assistant(s) in their task of collecting registry data Consulting and liaising closely with clinicians of the shoulder and elbow surgery group, to assist with and guide their research projects Leading agreed-on research projects, and ensuring that their objectives are achieved and that the work culminates in publications in quality peer-reviewed journals and presentations at international/national conferences Participating actively in the further development of the Research Group according to the research strategy in collaboration with the Head of Research Group and Clinical Head of Research Your profile Medical education PhD or equivalent, preferably with some years' postdoctoral experience, in a topic relevant to musculoskeletal medicine, ideally in human orthopedics and upper extremity outcomes research Excellent knowledge of all aspects of the clinical research process from planning through to publication, in accordance with Good Clinical Practice procedures Strong analytical skills and sound knowledge of statistical methodology, ideally in relation to health statistics, ideally with experience in the management of large datasets Track record of producing high quality peer-reviewed publications, and scientific presentation at international conferences/meetings. Ability to present data in a clear and concise format that is understandable to all, from the student doctor through to the specialist Good organizational and planning skills, with the ability to prioritize day-to-day tasks, meet urgent deadlines and work with a variety of staff and teams Experience using the analytical software Stata or willingness to learn German (spoken and written, minimum comprehension) or willingness to learn English (spoken and written, especially scientific/medical English) Well-developed communication and social skills, and a sense of responsibility Passionate about research, with the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines Assertiveness and strong leadership skills Trustworthiness and integrity Ability to deal with conflict and criticism Interdisciplinary and cost-effective approach to work Interesse If you would like to know more about this position, please contact Prof. Dr. Laurent Audigé, Head of Research Group Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, tel. +41 44 385 75 80.If you are interested, we look forward to receiving your online application. Weitere Funktionen Standort Kontakt Schulthess KlinikLengghalde 28008 ZürichTelefon: 044-385 71 71 Weiterempfehlung Online Bewerbung
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