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Improvement Fellow

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Full-time role (37.5 hrs a week)

Please note that we have moved to a hybrid way of working in our Central London office

This role is based in the Insight & Analysis Unit, in the Health Foundation’s 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, data, management, workforce and service transformation.

The Improvement Fellow will be responsible for developing and delivering in-house research projects on a range of issues relevant to improving health and care, and working with our Communications team to disseminate the findings, including to influence senior stakeholders in the NHS and government. They will also be involved in supporting our reactive communications work, responding to external policy developments and consultations.

This role is a fantastic opportunity for someone with specialist knowledge of healthcare innovation and improvement, and a track record of producing high quality research and analysis, to influence policy and support faster improvement in care.

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

You can also arrange an informal conversation to discuss the role with the recruiting manager by contacting Fiona Conaty at [email protected]

To apply for this role, please submit a CV and a supporting statement (no more than 2 pages) describing why you are interested in the role and how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification.

Application deadline: Monday 29 August 2022, 23:59.

The Health Foundation values diversity and champions inclusion and strongly encourages applications from all sections of the community.

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