Jobs Board

Current opportunities within our N-CODE network:

Neuro Advisors – 4 positions available

N-CODE currently has an open call for four new public volunteers to join our Steering
Committee as our first ever “Neuro Advisors”. These new roles will support our patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) work, ensuring the lived experiences of neurodivergent communities are represented in the Steering Committee’s key decision making activities.

Neuro Advisors may already have experience working, fundraising or volunteering with
charities, support groups or organisations in the neurodivergent space, but we welcome
expressions of interest from elsewhere. Including from people interested in, affected by, or
living with, one or more neurological and/or neurodevelopmental conditions

Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering – School of Engineering – University of Lincoln

The School of Engineering invites applications for a permanent full-time post, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering. The post is on the Teaching and Research (TR) pathway. It is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of its community through teaching, research and service.

Responsibilities for the post include teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supervising project- and research students, developing an externally funded research programme of the highest quality and impact, and producing outputs of REF-returnable quality. Successful applicants will have demonstrable experience in a research area closely aligned with Smart Health, Healthcare Wearables, Predictive Healthcare, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, and be able to support and advance the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate Engineering curricula, contribute to student mentoring activities, and leverage synergies with other Schools across the College of Science and campus

Deadline for application: Sunday 16th April 

Secondment Opportunities

Secondment opportunities with the Centre for Systems Modelling and Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB), University of Birmingham.

We are looking for early career researchers/postdocs or PhD students who would like to join us on a secondment to work on N-CODE-funded pilot projects. These are 6-9 month seed corn projects and will run from approximately June/July 2023.

Funding is available for salary costs and support to work with students to request a pause/extension to PhD programmes. We are looking for individuals with skills in the following areas:

For an informal discussion please contact N-CODE Network Manager Dr Rebecca Ward: