Recruiting for a CORC Research Officer - deadline 29 July

We are recruiting for a new Research Officer to join our team, reporting to our Informatics Lead within CORC at Anna Freud.

A Hybrid role (mixture of home/onsite working), either in our London or Manchester office.

This Research Officer role will primarily contribute to work and projects of the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) within the Applied Research and Evaluation Division and be responsible for a range of work involving both quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis.

They will analyse and report on quantitative data to evaluate service impact for CORC members and CORC projects. This will involve the use of the software programme R, and working with the team to produce detailed reports for child mental health providers and schools, for example, comparing their outcomes to those of other services.

The Research Officer will support the team as required in designing research studies, planning analysis, and providing advice to CORC member services, including reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of different outcome measures. They will contribute to the delivery of CORC’s research strategy, including carrying out secondary analysis of datasets held by CORC.

In addition, the Research Officer will work on other commissioned projects and research funded by grants, which may include complementary projects led from other parts of Anna Freud.

You can access full details below.  Deadline for applications is 29 July 2024. 

Research Officer role & appication 



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