Data Manager

King's College London

London, UK

Application Deadline
£43,205 - £56,283

This is an exciting opportunity for a candidate with strong data management experience to support a major new Wellcome Trust funded study predicting outcome following psychological interventions for anxiety. The Treatment Outcome and Prediction Study (TOPS) will involve 4,300 adults from several pre-existing cohorts undergoing psychological assessments followed by a remotely delivered psychological intervention (~12 sessions over ~4 weeks). In parallel, linked data from the NHS Talking Therapies service on participants from these same cohorts will be analysed. The cohorts involved include our Twins Early Development Study (TEDS) and the Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression (GLAD) Study.

The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the quality and integrity of the data collected during the intervention study. This will include supporting governance documentation (e.g., DPIAs), overseeing data collection from the online intervention and secure storage of all data, cleaning data and deriving variables, and integrating linked data into the final dataset. The post holder will work closely with a linked data analyst to support the data manipulation required prior to the analysis of those data. The post holder will also maintain close links with the study teams for each of the cohorts involved in the study (e.g., updating contact details as appropriate). The post holder will be responsible for preparing and disseminating datasets to the wider team for analysis, with the opportunity to contribute to research publications. Finally, the post holder will prepare a final dataset at the study end along with all suitable documentation (e.g., depositing code on an open repository such as GitHub) to enable others to make use of this valuable resource.

The post holder will be based at the SGDP Centre, IoPPN Denmark Hill campus in London but there will be the option of working from home 1-2 days per week. Part-time job shares will be considered for this post.

We particularly welcome applicants who are disabled, LGBTQ+ and/or from a minority ethnic background, as they are under-represented at King’s. We are deeply committed to embedding good equality and diversity practices into all our activities so that the university is an inclusive, welcoming, and inspiring place to work and study. The SGDP Centre ( strives to be an open and supportive community, with a strong emphasis on working practices that promote diversity and inclusion, including an anti-racism working group.

This is a full time post (35 Hours per week), and you will be offered a fixed term contract until 30/12/2027.

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