The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) is a cutting-edge institute addressing global public health challenges through research, translation into policy and education. ISGlobal has a broad portfolio in communicable and non-communicable diseases including environmental and climate determinants, and applies a multidisciplinary scientific approach ranging from the molecular to the population level. Research is organized in three main areas, Malaria and other Infectious Diseases, Child and Maternal Health, and Urban Health, Climate & Non-Communicable Diseases. ISGlobal is accredited with the Severo Ochoa distinction, a seal of excellence of the Spanish Science Ministry.
What We Are Looking for
ISGlobal is seeking for a part-time research nurse to contribute to the development and implementation of different research projects on tropical imported diseases at the International Health Department at Hospital Clinic.
- Degree in nursery
- Previous knowledge on tropical and imported diseases/international health
- Previous knowledge on pretravel consultations
- Previous experience in clinical research
- Master in tropical medicine/international health
- Study protocol writing/review
- Follow-up of study procedures
- Conduct study procedures related to sample collection and CRF completion
- Administrative, management and logistics support to projects.
- Support to other group research, mobility and training activities when required.
- Duration: 6 months
- Starting date: As soon as possible
- Contract: part-time (50%)
How to apply
Applicants must fill in the request form and include the following code reference position: Nurse_Tropical_Dec22, attach the CV and a Cover Letter. Each attached document must be named with the candidate name and surname.
The receipt of applications will be open until the position is filled.
Only the applications submitted through the request form will be considered.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The interviews could be placed during the reception candidatures period.
Diverse candidacies, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, physical abilities, and political views, are encouraged to apply.