The Leicester Kidney Exercise Team have posted a recent vacancy for an Exercise Research Facilitator, to support their research activities into exercise and kidney disease.
This is an interesting position. The research team are open minded about the background and qualifications for this post and I think it might suit someone with exercise or fitness qualifications.
Dr Alice Smith who leads the team said:
“This is an exciting opportunity for someone with knowledge and/or experience of exercise theory and training to join a friendly and enthusiastic multidisciplinary research team. We carry out a variety of research studies to investigate the benefits of exercise for people with kidney disease, and to develop tailored exercise programmes for introduction to the clinical service. The successful applicant will assist the researchers with all aspects of the work, including supervision of exercise programmes, monitoring participant progress, and administration of NHS research studies. This is an interesting and varied role which involves working with healthcare and exercise professionals to improve the health and quality of life of people with kidney disease, kidney transplants and those on dialysis.”
The online application system and further particulars can be found here:
The job number MBP00756 needs to be entered into the system to find this particular vacancy.