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Opportunities in Cancer Research @UCC


Opportunities in the research and administrative fields often arise in Cancer Research @UCC and UCC Cancer Trials Group. Please check back here for future opportunities and follow us on Twitter @CanResUCC for updates.

Current Vacancies

Professor/Consultant Medical Oncologist

Cork University Hospital (CUH) for 19.5 hours per week and UCC for 19.5 hours per week

The post holder will form part of the clinical Medical Oncology team in CUH and their training and subspecialty interests will dictate how they integrate into the service and which cancer multidisciplinary meetings (MDTs) they will support. They will have inpatient, outpatient, teaching, research and administrative duties in order to contribute to the overall functioning of the department. They will become Principal Investigators within Cancer Trials Cork (and new HRB-funded UCC Cancer Trials Group). They will be housed academically within the Cancer Research @UCC translational cancer research complex in the Western Gateway building (UCC) where office space is available. The post holder will have an important role working alongside the Professor Gerald O’Sullivan Chair in Cancer Research. This will involve driving the ongoing development and expansion of cancer research regionally across UCC and affiliated hospitals. The post holder will be expected to collaborate with researchers at Cancer Trials Cork, Cancer Research @UCC and other academic bodies such as the Tyndall and APC Institutes; expanding current or developing new cancer research programmes in their area of expertise.

More details and candidate information booklet available at www.publicjobs.ie. Application deadline 3pm on Thursday 15th September 2022.

 

Associate Professor Consultant Medical Oncologist

Cork University Hospital (CUH) for 19.5 hours per week and UCC for 19.5 hours per week

The post holder will form part of the clinical Medical Oncology team in CUH and their training and subspecialty interests will dictate how they integrate into the service and which cancer multidisciplinary meetings (MDTs) they will support. They will have inpatient, outpatient, teaching, research and administrative duties in order to contribute to the overall functioning of the department. They will become Principal Investigators within Cancer Trials Cork (and new HRB-funded UCC Cancer Trials Group). They will be housed academically within the Cancer Research @UCC translational cancer research complex in the Western Gateway building (UCC) where office space is available. The post holder will have an important role working alongside the Professor Gerald O’Sullivan Chair in Cancer Research. This will involve driving the ongoing development and expansion of cancer research regionally across UCC and affiliated hospitals. The post holder will be expected to collaborate with researchers at Cancer Trials Cork, Cancer Research @UCC and other academic bodies such as the Tyndall and APC Institutes; expanding current or developing new cancer research programmes in their area of expertise.

More details and candidate information booklet available at www.publicjobs.ie. Application deadline 3pm on Thursday 15th September 2022.

 

Senior Research Co-ordinator (OECI Cancer Accreditation)

3 Year, Specific Purpose, Whole Time Post

Salary: €67,000 p.a. (Personal Rate)

The Senior Research Co-ordinator will have primary responsibility for progressing an Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) application from initiation to formal accreditation. Background to OECI www.oeci.eu.
 
The Senior Research Co-ordinator will support the Director of Cancer Research @UCC and the Cancer Institute Executive Management Group to achieve OECI Accreditation for our region, with the ultimate goal of a UCC/SSWHG Cancer Institute in Munster; serving as the primary interface between the Facility, UCC College of Medicine & Health, the SSWHG and staff in affiliated cancer centres. S/He will provide high level administration and coordination to the above process in collaboration with regional stakeholders, and will ensure the process meets good practice and data protection standards. The Senior Research Coordinator will oversee the day-to-day operations of the OECI process including meeting coordination, essential data collection elements, and strategy document development amongst other tasks; in accordance with UCC and HSE requirements and other relevant legislation. They will provide support and oversight to additional staff hired to support the process.
 

More details and candidate information booklet available at ore.ucc.ie. Application deadline 12pm on Thursday 9th September 2022.

 

Cancer Research @UCC

4th floor, Western Gateway Building , Western Road, Cork

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