Salary: £35,000 to £45,000 p.a. (depending on experience) plus benefits
Full time or part time (min 28 hours p.w.)
Fixed Term – 3 years
Cambridge-based health policy think-tank the PHG Foundation seeks a talented and enthusiastic professional with a legal background who is passionate about seeing biomedical research translated effectively into healthcare. Working as part of a multidisciplinary team, your role will be to provide sound legal and regulatory analysis for the Foundation’s health policy projects.
We are open-minded about background, but you must have a good first degree in law, social science, philosophy or similar subject; an excellent grasp of the legal, regulatory and ethical landscape around healthcare, preferably genetics/genomics; and first class analytical, drafting and communication skills. A postgraduate qualification in medical law, ethics or similar would be a distinct advantage but, most importantly, you must be able to transfer your academic grounding into actionable policy applications.
You will be an excellent networker and have the personal qualities to work creatively and effectively in a small team of highly-motivated colleagues.
For an informal discussion please contact Alison Hall alison.hall [at] phgfoundation.org Tel: 01223 761900
The deadline for applications is 21st June 2017 (please note – previous applicants need not apply)
Interviews will be held in Cambridge on 10th July 2017•