Applicants should have (i) a Bachelor's degree in Health, Biological Sciences or related disciplines; (ii) experience in data management and clinical or basic research skills;
iii) an independent and reliable work attitude; (iv) good interpersonal communication skills; (v) excellent Chinese and English writing skills;
and (vi) good knowledge of statistical software. Experience in academic writing is highly preferred. Fresh graduates or applicants with less experience will be considered for appointment as Junior Research Assistant.
The appointee will assist in research projects on musculoskeletal ageing and community fall and fracture prevention. Duties include (a) supporting fall and fracture prevention services to the community and to elderly patients;
b) handling database; (c) conducting bench-side experiments. Working on weekends or holidays may be required occasionally.
Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for one year, renewable subject to mutual agreement.
Applicants should submit the following documents in the online application : (1) a full curriculum vitae (including academic qualifications, research experience and publications);
and (2) copies of academic certificates and reference letters.