Research Associate – Oxford / Hybrid – Health and Social (Charity)
up to circa £34,000 + Benefits
This International healthcare charity have a strong reputation for working with government bodies, charities, NHS trusts and academic institutions to understand patients experience of care. Their expertise covers all stages of the research process from design through to delivery, running prestigious large scale surveys as well as small bespoke studies – they are committed to producing actionable and meaningful insight to drive advances in healthcare standards and deliver the highest quality person centred care. Their work impacts health and social care policy working with organisations in the areas of community care, mental health, primary care, charity and not for profit.
In this Research Associate role, you will be working on a key patient experience survey with the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of responsibilities including:
- Survey design and large scale data management
- Day to day project management of large scale quant survey
- Client management
- Producing outputs which may include reports, blogs, infographics and press articles
To apply or for more information please get in touch with Catherine on email@example.com or call 0207 242 6321.
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