OHE is Recruiting for a Head of Operational Research and Data Analytics
The Office of Health Economics is looking to recruit a new Head of Operational Research and Data Analytics. The Office of Health Economics (OHE) wishes to recruit a highly motivated, experienced and energetic Operational Researcher or Data Analyst for the…
The Office of Health Economics is looking to recruit a new Head of Operational Research and Data Analytics.
The Office of Health Economics (OHE) wishes to recruit a highly motivated, experienced and energetic Operational Researcher or Data Analyst for the role of Head of Operational Research and Data Analytics.
The successful candidate will contribute to all three of the OHE’s core activities:
advising the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).
The Head of Operational Research and Data Analytics is expected to provide leadership to an exciting and expanding programme of quantitative research being undertaken at OHE, including all aspects of survey design and primary data collection; analysis of large secondary data sets; oversight of statistical and econometric analysis; and modelling.
Candidates must have:
A postgraduate degree in Operational Research, Management Science, Statistics or a similar quantitative field
Strong data collection and statistical analysis skills
Fluency in statistical packages such as STATA, R, SPSS and SAS and fluency in MS Access and Excel
Exceptional accuracy and attention to detail in work
Ability to explain statistical data and research results to a wide variety of audiences
Knowledge of the UK health care system
Track record of publishing original research
Experience of working with large datasets
A background of working with both academic and commercial organisations.
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