NHS Research Role

Project Officer

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Project Officer


The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) for northwest London seeks to recruit recent graduates who are forward thinking, self motivated and willing to work in a fast moving, multi-disciplinary team to deliver change. This post will be a critical support role to the delivery of diverse innovation and health improvement projects.

You will be expected to undertake the role flexibly. It is expected that you will have formal training or experience to degree level or equivalent and have the relevant and necessary computer software aptitude. You will assist clinical and non-clinical programme staff in daily activities, projects and deadlines.

Within the core team there are 14 members to support with additional support for clinical projects across northwest London. You will have the opportunity to develop further work according to your personal interest and experience.

You will be expected to show potential and develop skills in leadership, be quick thinking and responsive, motivated, proactive and innovative in problem solving with a can-do attitude.

For an informal discussion regarding this post please contact Julie Reed on 020 8746 8148 or Ganesh Sathyamoorthy on 020 3315 3067.

For more information on the CLAHRC see our website:

To apply for this position, please visit www.chelwest.nhs.uk/jobs quoting reference: 289-SE-003952.

Intelligence Analyst (Health)

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 £ 24,831 – 33,436
Full Time

West Midlands QI is a new service that has been established by NHS West Midlands in an ambitious response to the challenge of setting up a regional quality observatory as set out by Lord Darzi in his next stage review: ‘High Quality Care for All’.

Quality is at the heart of West Midlands QI. Its core purpose is to help understand quality and measure it – turning data into intelligence that will inspire clinical teams to seek improvements in the quality of services they offer
West Midlands QI is now seeking an outstanding analyst to become part of a small team that will deliver high quality information to clinical teams in the West Midlands.

• Are you motivated by achieving, empowering and informing?

• Do you have a strong track-record in clinical information analysis?

• Have you experience in developing and applying complex statistical methods to large datasets within complex computer software?

For further information about West Midlands QI, please visit www.wmqi.westmidlands.nhs.uk.

For an informal discussion regarding West Midlands QI please contact David Lane – Programme Coordinator on 0121 695 2580.