Current job vacancies
|Job title||Department||Introduction||Salary||Closing date|
|Senior Technical Officer||International public health||
CMNH is a leading global centre of research excellence, which aims to improve the availability and quality of healthcare for mothers and babies and contribute to a global reduction in maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity. Due to the recognised success and impact of our work we are now looking to recruit a Senior Technical Officer to form part of our internationally recognised team and help manage the expanding portfolio of work for CMNH.
|£51,260 to £63,009||5 January 2017|
|Senior Research Associate - Midwifery||International public health||
The Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health (CMNH) at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) are looking to recruit a Clinical Research Associate to join our internationally recognised team.
|£39,324 - £49,772||5 January 2017|
|Post-Doctoral Research Assistant||Parasitology||
We have an unusual but exciting opportunity for a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) to work within the Alistair Reid Venom Research Unit to devise new antibody-based therapeutics for a deeply neglected tropical disease.
|£32,958 - £38,183||13 January 2017|
|Research Assistant||International public health||
Due to the recognised success and impact of our work at the Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health (CMNH), we are now looking to recruit Research Assistants to become a part of our internationally recognised team and help manage the expanding portfolio of work for CMNH.
|£27,629 - £32,004 per annum||3 January 2017|
|Research Assistant||Vector biology||
The Department of Vector Biology (DVB) at LSTM is one of the largest of its kind with an international reputation for its research and technical assistance activities targeted at improving the control of insect borne diseases. A vacancy has arisen for a Research Assistant to assist the development and operation of a P450 based in vitro screening platform for new insecticides for industry clients.
|£27,629-£32,004 per annum||16 January 2017|
|Programme Manager (Vector Biologist)||Vector biology||
We have an exciting opportunity for a Vector Biologist to join a diverse research team developing and validating new protocols for characterising the effects of insecticides and other products on mosquito behaviour, reproduction and survival.
|£39,324 to £44,420||3 January 2017|
|Senior Lecturer/ Reader (Mosquito Borne Disease)||Vector biology||
Due to our continuing expansion, we have identified a number of key areas that offer exciting opportunities for impact with tangible potential to shape global health initiatives and deliver health improvement over the next decade. If you have a reputation for excellent research on the biology and/or control of arboviruses and their vectors please get in touch with us
|£39,324 to £49,772 (Senior Lecturer) or £51,260 to £63,009 (Reader)||5 January 2017|
|Information Systems Developer||Clinical sciences||
The Clinical Sciences Department has an exciting opportunity for an Information Systems Developer to join a multidisciplinary team addressing high-burden diseases. These include malaria, pneumonia, HIV, neglected tropical diseases and tuberculosis. The unit provides support for phase II/III clinical trials of new diagnostics, drug treatments and vaccines along with large-scale global health trials evaluating strategies of health care delivery.
|£27,629 to £32,004 per annum||12 December 2016|