Anywhere/ Remote – Part time
We are looking for an experienced Research Methodologist to conduct systematic literature reviews in relation to different sleep related research conducted in the project. These might include reviews in connection to the creation of a European Sleep Scoring manual, quantification of susceptibility of impact on patients and the role of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs), reviews in connection with the development of an online sleep questionnaire and collection of relevant literature for the development of guidelines and position papers.
The role will furthermore be involved in a comprehensive literature review to evaluate the current evidence base regarding the components of OSA diagnosis, to review evidence for alternative/additional measurements, and to propose new avenues of research to optimise the diagnosis of a clinically relevant sleep disordered breathing.
- Experience with systematic literature reviews
- Previous work experience in the field of research methodology
- Statistical and data analysis skills
- Ability to provide critical appraisal and advice to responsible research teams in the project of relevant literature in terms of quality of evidence and other relevant aspects
- Experience in Guideline/Recommendation development based on evidence-based literature review. Please provide details of experience and research, preferably with examples.
- Ability to work with several stakeholders across different disciplines and different locations.
- Education. University degree in a relevant subject – e.g. science, mathematics with postgraduate qualification relevant to the role of a research methodologist.
- Language. Since the primary work language of the project is English, fluency in spoken and written English is essential.
The deadline for applications is 5 September, 2021. The position is 50% part time and project-related, thus, temporary for 3-4 years. Start is as soon as possible after mid-September 2021 or by agreement.
All inquiries and applications will be treated as confidential.
The contract will be through the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) which is located in Germany.