We are recruiting a highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic individual for an Associate role. This is a full- or part-time permanent post based in North London, to help us grow and expand the work we offer.
The successful candidate will contribute to a wide range of our projects. The right person will be experienced and knowledgeable about different analytical and critical thinking approaches and will be able to conduct technical analyses independently with advice from senior staff. The types of activities will depend on the skill set and experience of the candidate, but could include: planning and conducting data analysis and preparing outputs, conducting statistical analysis, creating surveys and analysing results, programming, qualitative research (planning, conducting research including semi-structured interviews with clinicians, policy-makers and other stakeholders, and analysing results), writing, data identification (e.g. literature searching and evidence synthesis), user testing, audits, and much more.
Candidates with an MSc in a relevant field will be considered for this position. The successful candidate will be responsible for the contributing to the successful delivery of modelling and other projects, and working with clients, external collaborators, internal colleagues and the Managing Director. There will be many opportunities to learn skills and gain knowledge of a wide range of approaches to support the work we do and grow our offering. They will have opportunities to be actively involved in the sales process and growing our client base and revenue.
There are possibilities for national/international travel on projects and presenting results at conferences/workshops. The successful candidate will be passionate about delivering excellent results while managing her/his work in an efficient and professional manner.
- Plan, design and conduct original health research
- Conduct quantitative analytical work including health economic models, data analysis, decision tools and a wide range of other research/consultancy activities
- Conduct reviews and evidence synthesis to feed into the economic models and other analyses
- Contribute to our qualitative work including survey design and analysis, qualitative and market research, writing discussion guides, conducting semi-structured interviews with clinicians, policy-makers and other stakeholders, patient pathway mapping and validation, design and user testing of our tools, and other activities
- Manage successful project planning and delivery including day-to-day management, working on multiple projects against tight deadlines, with our core team and external collaborators
- Contribute to proposals, grant applications, peer-reviewed journal articles, HTA submissions, reports and presentations
- Present findings to clients/collaborators, external audience, both in print and oral form
- Contribute to the growth of Aquarius, achieving our business goals
- Support on developing our internal tools
- Manage client and collaborator relationships
- Manage and train junior staff
- Support the team on administrative tasks as needed
- Contribute to acquiring new clients and generate new revenue for Aquarius
- Contribute to our internal resources and knowledge base
- MSc in Health Economics, Data Science, Business, Mathematics, Biostatistics, Public Health, or related quantitative/qualitative field, or BSc/BA with equivalent experience and skills
- Previous and proven post-graduate experience
- Fluency in English (written/oral) essential
Competitive and negotiable based on qualifications and experience. We offer ongoing personal and professional development and other benefits.
How to apply
To apply, please download the Associate job description for the complete details of the position. Please visit http://aquariusph.com/careers/submit-your-cv/ to submit your cv and cover letter online with the reference RA6. In your cover letter, please detail:
- Why you are the right person for the job, and specifically describe how you meet each item on the list of experience and skills.
- When you would be able to start.
- How you heard about the position.
This cover letter is an essential part of the selection process to help us understand if you are the right person for the job. If you do not include it and answer the above points, you will not be considered for the job.
We are considering candidates on a rolling basis with opportunities to start immediately.