Research Assistant For Health Charity Audit job from Centre for Community-Driven Research in Remote, United Kingdom
Monday 14th, March 2022
Centre for Community-Driven Research is a reputed company based in Remote. We are looking for talented professional from the field of Science and Research to join our team as Research Assistant For Health Charity Audit.
The Centre for Community-Driven Research (CCDR) is a non-profit organisation bringing much needed change to the way we think about community engagement in health and research. Our vision is to facilitate meaningful connection between service providers, research organisations, the non-profit sector, practitioners, industry, government, and the communities for which they provide a service or aim to benefit. CCDR listens to the issues that people (patients), researchers, and healthcare and industry partners face and develop solutions – through community engagement – to solve those issues. We do this so that research, healthcare programs, policies and products being developed can reach the patients at the bedside sooner, and better address the needs patients and their families.
CCDR currently have offices in Australia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and aim to reach our goal of a more person-centric health sector globally through our core programs; the Patient (Personal) Experience Expectations and Knowledge Program (PEEK), the National Patient Organisation Network program, and Piloting Community Engagement and Community-Based Health Delivery Approaches (Pilots).
This is a research assistant role
Key tasks will include:
Reviewing a list of charities and assessing whether they are patient organisations
Classifying the work that each organisation marked as a patient organisation does
Hours of work
This is a fixed contract role where the task will be assigned and you will be expected to deliver the completed task within 2 weeks.
This is a remote working environment in a small team. It will suit someone who is intrinsically motivated but understands that in a remote environment, there is naturally limited interaction on a daily basis with team members. It will suit someone who likes managing and organising data.
Job Types: Full-time, Fixed term
Contract length: 2 weeks
Salary: £400.00-£425.00 per week
- 8 hour shift
- Location is United Kingdom
- Research assistance: 1 year (required)
Application deadline: 17/03/2022
Expected start date: 17/03/2022
How To Apply
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