Systematic Review Analyst

Jan 4, 2022

Job Description

We are looking for a systematic review analyst to provide support to the systematic review team. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual who is proactive, shows initiative, and has experience in contributing to the design and execution of clinical, economic and quality of life systematic literature reviews. The role will be based in our Oxford office.

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.

Duties will include:

  • Conducting systematic literature review (SLR) projects, including:
    • Running of searches
    • Review of title, abstract and full papers
    • Data extraction
    • Quality assessment
    • Reporting
  • Regular internal communication with project leads and external liaison with clients
  • Contributing to the development of SLR proposals
  • Contributing to brand awareness e.g. webinars, blogs

Skills, Knowledge & Experience Required:

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

The Package:

Competitive salary and benefits package.

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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