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Why work for The UK Kidney Association?

The UKKA is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive, positive, fair and mutually supportive environment, where people can work productively together. We accept, respect and value people with diverse identities and backgrounds and believe our differences make us stronger and more effective in achieving our goals. 

We offer competitive salaries, a generous contributory pension scheme, paid leave, and a training budget. We are committed to a flexible approach to working, to support the various patterns that suit the different needs of our staff. We promote wellbeing, offering a variety of provisions, including a comprehensive employee assistance programme and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.


Any current job opportunities will be posted here

 

Non-Member ­­Trustee

Accountable to the membership of the Association

We are looking for a strategic thinker with a community-orientated attitude, who is seeking an opportunity to contribute their unique outlook to our board. The non-member trustee serves as a vital representative of the broader public within the UKKA governance structure, bringing us diverse perspectives, ensuring transparency, and fostering accountability in decision-making processes.

You do not need to have clinical knowledge, but should be strategic and analytical, with excellent communication skills.

 

For full details of the role, click here 

For more details on how to apply, click here

Please click here for an overview of the UKKA, its governance structure, mission and values.

Closing date: Friday 12th April 2024

 

Biostatistician / Data Scientist

Experienced, or a recent graduate? Are you ready to leverage your statistical analysis skills and competence in use of statistical software to contribute to improving the quality of patient care?

The National Registry of Rare Kidney Diseases (RaDaR, www.rarerenal.org) is the world’s largest rare kidney disease registry that integrates automated data feeds of clinical information from >30,000 patients recruited at >100 UK hospitals in order to facilitate study of rare kidney diseases.

RaDaR is seeking a qualified statistician or data scientist to join a successful and dynamic organisation working closely with the clinical, patient and research communities.

 

For full details of the role, click here 

For more details on how to apply, click here 

Closing date: Friday 19th April 2024

 

PhD Fellowship Statistician

Can you contribute to improving the quality of patient care by applying excellent statistical analysis skills, and competence in use of statistical software, whilst undertaking a funded PhD?

The National Registry of Rare Kidney Diseases (RaDaR, www.rarerenal.org) is the world’s largest rare kidney disease registry that integrates automated data feeds of clinical information from >30,000 patients recruited at >100 UK hospitals in order to facilitate study of rare kidney diseases.

RaDaR is seeking a statistician to undertake a PhD, whilst developing skills in and perform data management, cleaning and validating RaDaR data sources, supporting the RaDaR data collection and linkages, prepare datasets for use in statistical analyses, perform statistical analyses, take a key role the preparation of reports and presenting the data.

 

For full details of the role, click here 

For more details on how to apply, click here 

Closing date: Friday 19th April 2024

Guidelines

NICE accredited clinical practice guidelines 

Available here

25th Annual Report

Analyses about the care provided to patients at UK renal centres.

Read the report

2022 UKRR AKI Report

A report on the nationwide collection of AKI warning test scores. 

Read the report