Working for Kidney Research UK is exciting and most of all rewarding. We are passionate about the work that we do and our fantastic volunteers and staff are key to our success.
We've got a variety of jobs and are always looking for talented people with great skills to join #TeamKidney.
We are committed to making a difference for people with kidney disease. If you want to make change happen and can bring passion and ambition to our organisation, please review our current vacancies.
Would you like to lead and shape the work of this clinical study group? The chair will lead a dynamic and responsive group of clinicians, allied healthcare professionals and scientists from across the UK, all of whom are actively involved in research.
Closing date: 31 March 2021
We have an exciting opportunity for the positions of co-chairs, in a voluntary capacity, for the UK Renal Imaging Network (UKRIN). One co-chair should have a clinical/nephrology background, and the other an imaging background (including, but not limited to MRI).
Closing date: 1 February 2021
Would you like to help lead and shape the Chronic Kidney Disease, Progression and Biomarkers Clinical Study Group as a voluntary Chair?
Closing date: 31 March 2021
We are looking for a dynamic leader who is passionate about research and patient involvement. This person will represent the patient voice and views on key issues to drive progress and change.
You will work with the group, and with our public and patient involvement team, to ensure that people who are affected by kidney disease influence all aspects of our work. You will represent us externally to support the aim of bringing about change and helping to transform kidney health through research.
We need people with experience of kidney disease, whether a patient or a carer/family member, who can help review and comment on research applications. Help us to assess what we should be funding.
We need people in the community beating the drum and making noise about kidney disease and the importance of research.
We want you to make the most of your local opportunities and be the face of Kidney Research UK in your community. We want you to encourage others to support us with their time, voice and money. The role is not limited to this role description, we want you to be inspired and creative and find your own opportunities that we can support you to achieve.
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