The International Clinical Research Center (FNUSA-ICRC) of St. Anne's University Hospital in Brno, Czech Republic is a new-generation research center focusing on the pathogenesis of diseases including finding new methods, technologies and medicaments for effective prevention, early diagnostics and individualized treatment. As a top Central European research center with more than 300 researchers, new technologies and EU grant support, we focus on research and development mainly in the fields of cardiovascular and neurological diseases. In both areas we partner with world-class research centers and universities. The Stroke Research Program of FNUSA-ICRC is a young, dynamic, inter-disciplinary and international team, involved in multiple international research projects. This position can be offered as a shared position with affiliation to both University Hospital and Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University in case the candidate has IT background. Join our team and take the next step in your career with us! Starting date: negotiable Workload: 100 % We are looking for:
- a skilled candidate interested in taking an active leadership role in a global stroke registry project. You will be responsible for providing both project management and strategic direction for an ongoing health care registry which is active in more than 60 countries and used by >1300 hospitals, as well as contributing to global quality improvement initiatives in stroke care.
- You will have the opportunity to work with leading stroke researchers and clinicians from around the world, and to participate in international projects aimed at improving outcomes for stroke patients.
Job Criteria Required:
- Participate in the planning and management of an international registry for monitoring stroke care quality, which is endorsed by both the European Stroke Organisation, and the World Stroke Organization
- Work with stroke researchers and clinicians to improve data capture, and to provide more actionable analysis for supporting quality improvement initiatives.
- Act as the first point of contact for all registry communications, and work closely with the Stroke research group director, and technical team lead to implement registry improvements.
- Provide scientific expertise and leadership in registry design, data analytics, and results publication to improve the usability and acceptance of registry data.
- Create and participate in international projects and partnerships to improve data sharing with other clinical registries.
- Prepare budgets and resource requirements to support registry operations, and participate in the preparation of grant proposals to secure ongoing project funding.
- 5-10years experience working in a project management, health care management or clinical research role.
- At least 5years experience in a direct managerial role.
- PhD in medicine, pharmacy, biology, informatics or related field is very welcome, or a comparable level of experience working in a research setting.
- Experience in managing international projects, with stakeholders from academia, industry, and government.
- Experience in preparing grant proposals to support research projects is a plus.
- Experience working with clinical data capture platforms and/or working with software development teams.
- Understanding of relevant data protection and patient privacy regulations, including GDPR.
- English language fluency – spoken and written English will be used on a daily basis.
What do we offer?
- Experience in medicine, medical imaging, health care quality management, data management, registry management or e-health;
- Experience in user training, and conducting academic lectures and seminars.
- Experience in software development, especially medical software for clinical data capture or medical imaging is a plus;
- Experience with Artificial Intelligence or Machine learning algorithms;
- Ability to write both academic publications, as well as instructional and promotional materials.
- Knowledge of additional languages is a plus.
- Full-time (1.0 FTE) position at Research Center at University Hospital;
- Possibility of affiliation to Faculty of Informatics Masaryk University (0.1 FTE) with access to academic IT community;
- Pleasant and modern work environment, located in the center of Brno;
- The opportunity to participate in progressive stroke research in an international team with an excellent reputation;
- Involvement in international projects with immediate positive impact on patients;
- The opportunity to participate in development of e-health university research group;
- Self-actualization and education in the field of research projects;
- Introductory training in cerebrovascular research and its projects;
- 25 days of holiday and other employee benefits.
In addition, candidates are encouraged to include links to any relevant projects they have worked on, their public github projects, or samples of work that demonstrate relevant software development experience. References from previous jobs are required. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, ethnicity, disability, national origin, nationality, political opinion or any other aspect unrelated to work.