Senior Improvement Analyst (Healthcare technology and data)

Senior Improvement Analyst (Healthcare technology and data)

Permanent contract

£56,662 per annum plus excellent benefits

Full-time role (37.5 hours a week) and hybrid working with a minimum of 2 days per week in our London office

The Health Foundation is an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK.

This role is based in the Insight & Analysis Unit, in the Health Foundation’s Innovation and Improvement Directorate. We are responsible for undertaking research and analysis on a broad range of topics, and synthesising and sharing learning from a range of sources to influence policy, practice and public debate. Our current work areas include healthcare technology and AI, data, management, workforce issues and service transformation.

The Senior Improvement Analyst will lead key research projects on innovation and improvement in health and social care, in particular on the use of data, tech and artificial intelligence. The position will include conducting qualitative and quantitative research, writing reports, briefings and blogs, and designing, delivering and facilitating workshops and events. It will also involve working closely with senior stakeholders to share our learning and influence policy and practice, as well as to develop opportunities for collaboration.

This role is a fantastic opportunity for someone with specialist knowledge of healthcare innovation – in particular data, tech and AI – and a track record of producing high-quality research and analysis, to influence policy and support improvements in care.

To find out more about the role and what we are looking for, please read the job description.

To apply for this role, please submit a CV and a supporting statement which addresses the following 3 screening questions:

  1. Why would you be well suited to this role? What skills, knowledge and experience would you bring to it?(max. 300 words)
  2. How do you think technology and data can be used to improve health care? And what are the main challenges for making this happen?(max. 300 words)
  3. Please provide an example of when you have worked on multiple priorities simultaneously. How did you go about managing these in addition to your teammates’ expectations?(max. 300 words)

Applications without a supporting statement will not be considered. If you have any general enquiries or require support with your application, please contact us.

Application deadline: 23:59. Sunday 8 th October 2023

First round interviews: Scheduled to take place remotely on 19 th – 20 th October 2023

Second round interviews: Scheduled to take place in-person at our office w/c 23 rd October 2023

The Health Foundation values diversity and champions inclusion and strongly encourages applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments for candidates who have accessibility requirements.

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