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RAND Europe is a world renown not-for-profit policy research organisation. We conduct independent and objective research and analysis for public sector, industry and not for profit clients and provide evidence-based insights that influence policy decisions in the UK, Europe and globally. Our work lies on the continuum between that of universities and consultancies, combining the academic rigour of universities and the professional, task orientated approach of consultancies.
Following a period of rapid growth, we are further expanding our portfolio in the field of healthcare innovation and are looking to recruit a motivated Research Leader to join our team. This role would suit an experienced, creative and collaborative researcher who is committed to improving policy and decision-making in the service of population health. We are looking for an individual(s) who enjoys conducting high quality research and analysis on diverse healthcare innovation related challenges of our time. For example, we work on better understanding the societal burden of various diseases and on improving patient care through innovation (including in areas like cancer, cardiovascular disease, rare diseases, infectious diseases like COVID-19 and others), tackling antimicrobial resistance and research on vaccine nationalism. We do research to inform actions that policymakers, regulators and payers can take to improve patient access to life-saving innovations, and research that seeks to better understand how innovation in the life sciences will be financed and supported in the future. And that is just a taster of the types of topics we engage with. You can find out more about our recent projects here: https://www.rand.org/randeurope/research/health/innovation.html
We welcome applications from diverse disciplinary and professional backgrounds. For example, you might come from a healthcare research related department in a university, a science, technology and innovation research group, or from a consultancy, research institute or think-thank. Or you might have worked in a research-related role in a government policy department that focuses on healthcare, innovation and/or the life sciences. Our Research Leaders typically have a PhD degree or at minimum a postgraduate degree with additional relevant working experience. Regardless of your education level, you are expected to have significant prior work experience. We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants with strong qualitative research skills and welcome applicants with quantitative and mixed-methods skills as well.
Our Research Leaders are also strong communicators and are known by influential organisations in the healthcare and/or innovation space- for example in research, policy, industry and/or not for profit sector communities.
We wish to recruit an Analyst to join our team researching policy and practice in the field of health care, social care and wellbeing.
RAND Europe is a not-for-profit organisation in the UK and Belgium that conducts independent research. Our mission is to help improve policy and decision-making through evidence-based research and analysis. We provide expert advice that directly influences policy decisions in the UK and across Europe. Our work lies on the continuum between that of universities and consultancies, combining the academic rigour of universities and the professional, task orientated approach of consultancies.
The Health and Wellbeing group at RAND Europe conducts a broad portfolio of policy research for a diverse client base in the UK, Europe and beyond. Our research covers policy and practice in the fields of: health, health care and social care, health and wellbeing at work and outside work, innovation in health and social care, improving quality, and the life sciences industry. We undertake qualitative, quantitative and mixed research, including evaluation, health and care economics and statistics. We work for public, private and third sector funders; and collaborate frequently with universities and other research organisations.
We are searching for a dedicated Analyst to join the Health and Wellbeing group who can support our research and analysis activities with a flexible and collaborative approach and offer expertise in one or more of the policy areas in which the group works. This is an opportunity for motivated individuals with backgrounds in quantitative and/or qualitative analysis to join a world-class policy research organisation with a collaborative and supportive working culture. You may come from any relevant science or social science background, including public policy research, evaluation, economics, medical statistics or epidemiology, public health, health or social care services research, health or social care innovation, occupational health, and life sciences policy.