Research Associate, Patient-Centered Outcomes
Who we are: Adelphi Values is a leading health outcomes consultancy that works with a wide range of pharmaceutical companies. The Patient-Centered Outcomes (PCO) team are global leaders in the selection, development, validation, and use of Patient-Reported Outcome measures (PROs) and other Clinical Outcome Assessments (COA). We are a dedicated team of researchers proud of our friendly, supportive culture, reputation for high-quality research, and client service which puts the patient at the centre of drug development.
What we do: Our purpose is to improve patients’ lives by informing healthcare decisions. We do this by supporting clients in the selection, development, psychometric validation, and implementation of COAs that form clinical trial endpoints or are used in clinical practice to support the evaluation of the patient experience and assessment of treatment benefit.
What we are looking for: A highly motivated entry-level Research Associate with a passion for applying and enhancing their healthcare research skills in a challenging and rapid-moving field. You will have an undergraduate/postgraduate degree (BSc, MSc, or similar) in health psychology, psychology, psychological research methods, sociology, or life sciences. Work experience in a related research or health setting is desirable but not essential. You should ideally have knowledge and experience of literature review methodology, qualitative/quantitative analysis, and research design including data collection, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination. Experience of questionnaire development is desirable but not essential. Fluency in Microsoft Office packages, organisational skills, self-motivation, and attention to detail is essential, along with a teamwork ethos and an appetite for working in a fast-paced, fun environment. You must have eligibility to work in the UK.
How you fit in: You will join a dynamic team of researchers with a passion for excellence in research and client service. You will have a genuine interest in understanding, evaluating, and communicating the patient perspective. You will have the opportunity to learn about many different health conditions and develop your skills in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research.
You will be involved in studies focused on the selection, development, psychometric validation of COAs. You will be involved in a range of research activities including conducting literature reviews, developing study protocols and statistical analysis plans, preparing study documentation for ethical review, the recruitment and interviewing of study participants, data analysis, the reporting of study findings, and writing conference abstracts/posters, and journal manuscripts. You will be involved in multiple projects at any one time so good communication and organisational skills are essential.
What we offer: Our benefits package includes a competitive salary, performance-related rewards, health insurance, pension, and on-site gym membership. We provide support for training and development along with career progression opportunities. This position is based at our head office in the pretty village of Bollington, near Macclesfield. This position is a hybrid role of office and home based working, with ~2 days minimum expected in the office. Therefore, it would be preferable for you to be within commuting distance of Bollington.
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Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.