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Brevia Health, a dedicated division of Brevia Consulting, provides straightforward political and communications support to healthcare businesses and charities. Our advisory board includes Mike Thompson MBE (former CEO of the ABPI) and Gillian Leng CBE (former CEO of NICE).

The Consultancy operates in London, Brussels, Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Belfast. We are a member of ION, one of the world’s largest public relations networks, with 76 partners in 35 countries worldwide.  Brevia offers a flexible approach to working – if you would like to work from our modern office located within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament, you are free to do so.  Other colleagues opt to work remotely.  Brevia is a member of the PRCA Public Affairs Board and adheres to a strict code of conduct.

We are looking to recruit a Health Analyst who will play a key role in the Agency’s health team – supporting existing clients and helping to win new ones.  The Analyst role will combine the duties of an Account Executive together with analysing health data and spotting trends.  You will also work closely with the Agency’s senior management team.

As with our Account Executive roles, the Analyst role will be on our fast track management programme that offers rapid promotion to the successful applicant.

You should have an excellent academic track record (minimum 2.1 undergraduate degree and minimum ABB at A Level or equivalent).

You must also have proven experience working in one or more of the following roles:

  • researcher to a UK MP/MSP/MS/MLA where health policy was a key component of the role;
  • health researcher to a UK political party;
  • a public affairs/relations agency focused on health work;
  • in-house for a health focused business or charity.

A strong interest in UK health policy is required.

Excellent verbal and written skills are essential.

Typical duties include: political and media monitoring, stakeholder mapping, policy research, stakeholder engagement programme delivery, stakeholder messaging development, data analysis, new business research, and select committee training support.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Thursday 22nd September 2022