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The following two positions at the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) will shortly be appearing in the Health Services Journal:
Circa. £45,000 ref: SS10
You'll lead and develop a small team of statisticians and analyst programmers to provide appropriate and robust statistical and analytical services. An experienced professional with staff management skills, you'll select and apply the most suitable statistical techniques to CHI's work. As CHI evolves, the development of new methods to support our role in performance assessment, clinical governance reviews, and other functions, will be needed.
You will have a degree in statistics or a related subject, knowledge of NHS data sets and experience of routinely collected data sets commonly used in health care research.
Circa. £35,000 ref: S11
Working in a small team, you will be responsible for undertaking statistical analyses of large, complex data sets and oversee the work of a team of analysts/programmers.
You will implement improvements in the methods of analysis used by CHI in performance assessment, clinical governance reviews and other functions. You will have a degree in statistics or a related subject, be familiar with a range of statistical software (eg SAS, SPSS, STATA and GLIM) and have sound analytical skills.
To request an application pack, which will include full job descriptions and role specific criteria, please call our recruitment line on 0870 4422574. Lines are open between 8am-7pm Monday to Friday and 9am-2pm on Saturdays (answerphone out of these hours). Please quote reference numbers. Email:[log in to unmask]
Closing date for completed applications: 22nd August 2002
For further opportunities please visit www.chi.nhs.uk
CHI welcomes applicants from all sections of the community, regardless of gender, race, disability or age.