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Senior Research Analyst

Permanent, full time
UCLPartners is looking for a Senior Research Analyst to deliver a range of research and evaluation activities.
Salary: £40,000- £55,000

Closing date:
7 March 2022

UCLPartners is looking for a Senior Research Analyst to deliver a range of research and evaluation activities. The post holder will provide expertise directly to our NHS partners, often in collaboration with academics from our Higher Education Institutions, and provide support to colleagues internally to help understand and capture the benefit and impact of our work. The post offers plenty of scope to make a difference to a population of 6 million people across the UCLPartners region, as well as impacting at a national level. The role will work closely with senior leaders in healthcare from a range of organisations in a stimulating and rewarding working environment.


We are looking for someone with experience of working in healthcare in a research, evaluation or analytical capacity and with experience of conducting qualitative research. The post holder will be responsible for a range of tasks related to the undertaking, and sometimes commissioning, of research and evaluation activities. Please see the key responsibilities for more details.


The Senior Research Analyst will report to the Evaluation Lead. Key working relationships within the organisation will be with the Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Evaluation Lead, Senior Research Analyst (Quantitative specialist), Health Economist, Public Health Specialist, Heads of Programmes, Project Managers, and the Patient Insight and Involvement Leads. Relationships will also be developed with key contact points at our Higher Education Institutions across UCLPartners, and with individual commissioners of work from NHS provider organisations, regional-level bodies (including Integrated Care Systems) and national organisations (including NHS England and Improvement, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) and NHSX).

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