Our client are leaders in social research bridging the gap between government and the public, through the provision of robust research and analysis. They are also a major provider of evaluation and advisory services to the UK government and public health services. They work with public institutions to provide robust evidence on the effectiveness of public policies and programmes supporting their clients to help set policy priorities and improve delivery. Their work has a direct bearing on the decisions made by government, organisations and citizens.
We are looking for a Senior Consultant to join a growing area of work within the Public Affairs team offering evaluation and advisory services in the UK health and social care market. Working on some of the most prominent and influential policy areas, this includes the role of digital technologies in delivering care, health inequalities and attempts to integrate services. A growing area, it’s a great time to join as the team are expanding in terms of their offer, profile and scope of fascinating projects.
We are looking for a client focused consultant who thrives on unravelling issues, problem solving and presenting solutions using a broad tool kit comprising of primary and secondary research. You will need to have a strong academic background, ideally in social sciences, economics or a related area. Experience within healthcare would be a significant bonus, along with evaluation and consulting exposure. With quant research experience, if you also have qual under your belt, all the better! We are looking for an ambitious individual who is keen to grow along with this successful, driven, expanding and high profile offer. There is no glass ceiling here and there is lots of scope to develop specific areas of interest within healthcare/policy, help grow the business, take a lead on major clients, build new offers and manage those more junior..along with stacks of training, support and development along the way.
Job ref: bb633335
Location – London, Zone 1
Salary £35-41,000 + benefits
Salary: £35-41,000 + benefits
Type: All, Quantitative research, Mixed methods, Analysis and statistics.
Sector: All, Healthcare / Pharma / OTC
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