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Project Director - Review and Information Services

Department
York Health Economics Consortium
Based at
University of York
Hours of work
Full or part-time (see job details)
Contract status
Open
Salary
50,000 to 65,000 plus income related bonus
Interview Date
June 2020
Posted Date
28/04/2020
Apply by
06/06/2020
Job Reference
8613
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Role Description

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York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) is a health economics research and consulting company owned by, and based at the University of York.  We currently have a number of opportunities for experienced Project Directors to join us in our Review and Information Services (RIS) team.  We are particularly interested in hearing from candidates with expertise in; Systematic reviews, Statistical Analysis or Medical Writing.

The Role
As Project Director, you will lead multiple projects within the RIS team. Working closely with clients as their primary contact for YHEC, you will ensure client expectations are managed from proposal to completion.  You will be proactive and contribute to the opportunities for growth in existing markets, generating additional income by identifying opportunities and preparing proposals/tenders.

As Project Director, you will also contribute to the leadership of the organisation, mentoring and developing the skills of junior colleagues.  Ensuring training is provided where appropriate to develop a pool of talented staff.

Key Requirements

  • Post-graduate qualification in a relevant field.
  • In-depth understanding of systematic review processes.
  • Good understanding of methods to synthesise clinical data from trials and observational studies.
  • Well-developed project management skills.
  • Strong presentation skills and exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong client management skills.
  • Experience of providing consultancy to clients in the health sector.
  • Ability to lead a multidisciplinary team and to inspire a highly motivated group of researchers.

About Us
We have a team of 48 staff and hold the Investors in People standard.  We want staff to enjoy working here and offer an inclusive, flexible and friendly working environment.  We appreciate the importance of work like balance and are open to different ways of working, including part-time and remote working.

Our location means that staff have full access to the range of facilities offered by the University of York.  We encourage staff to engage with other research departments based at the University.  The combination of our unique location and the breadth of our research portfolio makes YHEC a stimulating environment to work in, providing opportunities to work with a wide range of clients.  Further details are available at www.yhec.co.uk.

To Apply
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and appropriate candidates invited to attend a (virtual) interview at the earliest opportunity.  Please see the candidate brief for full details on how to apply.

Informal enquiries are encouraged to Paul Ellison (Recruitment Adviser) (paul.ellison@york.ac.uk)

 

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