Senior Systematic Review Analyst

Oct 5, 2022

About us

Source Health Economics is a growing HEOR consultancy specialising in systematic review, value communication, health economics, statistics, and health technology assessment. Since we were founded in 2016, we have achieved our planned year-on-year growth, allowing many opportunities for personal development.

At Source, we have a technically-excellent, supportive, and friendly team, and pride ourselves on our inclusive and collaborative culture. Our core values are excellence, balance, and growth. We strive to:

    • Deliver excellence for our clients and patients, whilst
    • Preserving a good work-life balance and supporting employee well-being, and
    • Providing opportunities for growth for our employees.

We recruit some of the brightest minds and invest in your professional development.

Why work with us?

Source is a fun, personable company, where our technical teams work closely with each other, enabling us all to learn from some of the best minds in the business. We value our employees, and all employees are encouraged to voice their ideas and contribute to business initiatives, regardless of seniority. Source prides itself on its commitment to employee welfare, as evidenced by our high employee retention.

We have open-plan offices in Oxford and central London, with hybrid working. Our contractual working hours are 37.5 hours per week, with flexible start and finish times around our core company hours of 10 am to 4 pm.

Alongside an opportunity to actively contribute to a growing company, we offer a competitive salary, 25 days annual leave plus UK bank holidays, option to buy an additional 5 days of annual leave, discretionary Christmas bonus scheme, opt-in employee health insurance, employee life insurance, cycle to work scheme, and above-average employer pension contributions.

The role

The purpose of the role is to lead on the design and execution of clinical, economic and quality of life systematic literature reviews. The candidate will work alongside our technical teams to support development of health technology assessment submission dossiers or work with our systematic review analysts and statistician to conduct de novo global literature reviews. In the role, the candidate will be responsible for the quality of deliverables, client liaison, and project management.

You will be required to:

    • Conducting and supervising systematic literature review (SLR) projects:
      • Design
      • Running of searches
      • Review of title, abstract and full papers
      • Data extraction
      • Quality assessment
      • Reporting
    • Undertaking project management activities on SLR projects:
      • Project planning
      • Client liaison
      • Managing and reviewing the work of other review analysts
      • Quality control
    • Contributing to the development of SLR proposals and pitch presentations
    • Contributing to the development of standard operating and quality control processes for SLR
    • Contributing to training of SLR analysts

You will need:

    • Bachelor’s degree or above in the life sciences
    • At least three years’ SLR experience, including clinical and economic SLRs
    • Hands on experience of network meta-analysis an advantage
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
How to apply

For an opportunity to join us, please send your CV to Neil Webb, Head of Systematic Review at nwebb@source-he.com.

Come and join us at Source and see what you can achieve!

NOTE: CVs from recruiters cannot be accepted at nwebb@source-he.com. CVs from recruiters on our preferred supplier list need to be sent to acaballero@source-he.com. Recruiters interested in becoming a preferred supplier need to email info@source-he.com.

We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion within our teams and encourage applications from all qualified applicants, regardless of gender, ethnicity, religious preference, sexual orientation, or physical attributes.

We have a legal obligation to ensure that all our employees have the right to work in the UK. If we make an offer of employment, we will need to check that you are eligible to work in the UK before you start.

Successful candidates might be subject to background checks.

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