The UK Health Forum (UKHF) is a well established and highly regarded UK alliance of national organisations concerned with the prevention of avoidable conditions including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer.
The UKHF works at national, international and local levels to: undertake policy research, conduct epidemiological and economic analysis of disease burdens and the impact of interventions; provide information services; support capacity development and monitor government and industry actions and inactions.
We are a small, diverse and dynamic London based charity. We have an ambitious five-year strategy and challenging goals to achieve. We frequently search for like-minded individuals that can drive us forward as we try to achieve our future plans.
Policy research officer vacancy
We are looking for an experienced policy research officer to join our small policy team.
The successful candidate will have a track record in managing innovative public policy development projects and undertaking policy research, analysis and advocacy.
You will be able to show how you have already contributed to influencing decision-makers effectively.
You will be able to juggle a complex policy agenda, proactively build and manage stakeholder networks, and work collaboratively.
This is a full-time, one-year fixed term position to cover maternity leave. The successful applicant will be based at the UK Health Forum offices in Blackfriars, central London. The contract is subject to a three month probationary period.
The deadline for applications is: Friday 24 March 2017. Further details and role profile.
Data analyst vacancy
We are looking for an experienced data analyst with a deep interest in public health to join our small team of epidemiologists, programmers and researchers.
This is a full-time, one-year fixed term position with the possibility of further extended employment, subject to funding, based at the UK Health Forum offices in Blackfriars, central London. The contract is subject to a three month probationary period.
The deadline for applications is: Friday 17th March 2017. Further details and role profile