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Vacancy: Policy Analyst (Biomedical Science)

A great opportunity for a scientist with an interest in health policy to work with a world-class think tank that uses research, analysis and advocacy to accelerate the impact of cutting edge biomedical science in healthcare

As part of our science team, you will have many opportunities to challenge yourself and to learn more about both exciting advances in biomedicine and the social, political and legal contexts that impact on their use in healthcare.

You will have a passion for science, strong project management skills, a talent for writing and communicating complex issues to a variety of audiences and an ambition to influence public policy through your work. A scientific background in genomics is essential, and experience in data science or clinical science is desirable. Crucially you must have the ability to work well with fellow professionals and experts in a dynamic, intellectually challenging and multidisciplinary environment. You must also be committed to helping the PHG Foundation to further develop its reputation as an independent health policy think tank.

Salary in the range £30,840 - £38,670 p.a. plus benefits

Full Time / Part Time (minimum 30 hrs/week)

Fixed Term contract to September 2023

How to apply

Please supply a copy of your current CV together with a supporting statement showing how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role.   

Please email your CV, statement, completed Pre-Employment Checks form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form to recruitment@phgfoundation.org

We are a linked exempt charity of the University of Cambridge.

Information for applicants (Word)

Job description (Word)

Download the equal opportunities form (Word)

Download the pre-employment check form (Word)

For an informal discussion contact Laura Blackburn at laura.blackburn@phgfoundation.org

The deadline for applications is 9am on 12 July 2021 and interviews will be held on 27 July 2021.

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