Associate Systematic Review Analyst

Job Description

We are looking for an associate systematic review analyst to provide support to the systematic review team. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual who is proactive and shows initiative. You will have an interest in evidence-based medicine and be responsible for contributing to the design and execution of clinical, economic and quality of life systematic reviews. Full training will be provided.

Source is an independent HEOR consultancy specialising in health economics, systematic review and health technology assessment. At Source, we have a supportive and friendly team who are focused on delivering high-quality evidence-based solutions for their clients.

You can find out more about our culture here.

Duties will include

  • Contributing to the design and development of study protocols

  • Completing citation screening and perform data collection

  • Designing systematic review search strategies for searches in key medical databases

  • Producing high-quality written deliverables

  • Regular internal communication with project leads and external liaison with clients

  • Attendance at relevant internal and external training courses

Skills, Knowledge & Experience required
 
  • You will have an undergraduate degree in life science, pharmacy, medicine, epidemiology, public health, medical/social sciences, health economics, library and information sciences, or similar discipline.

  • Excellent presentation skills, including comprehensive knowledge of PowerPoint

  • Understanding of Excel is necessary

  • Strong written and communication skills

  • Attention to detail and ability to problem-solve

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Willingness to work in a small company environment

  • Understanding of clinical trial designs an advantage

The package:

Competitive salary and benefits package.


Apply:

Please forward your CV with a short note outlining your interest in and suitability for the role to nwebb@source-he.com

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