Health is one of the largest knowledge areas at The Conference Board of Canada. Our health portfolio is largely overseen by the Health Economic and Policy (HEP) Group, which delivers on research and knowledge mobilization activities. The research undertaken by HEP include custom research as well as research for the Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care (CASHC). The purpose of CASHC is to provide Canadian business leaders and policy makers with insightful, forward-looking, quantitative analysis of the sustainability of the Canadian health care system and all its facets. CASHC facilitates open dialogue regarding this research and its implications, with a view to improving the Canadian health system, as well as health care practices within firms and organizations. CASHC contributes to building a common vision of sustainable health care among key stakeholders, and helps to identify policies, strategies, and practices that contribute to ongoing transformation of the health care system. CASHC’s current priorities include pharmaceutical policy, health human resource planning, and healthy active living.
We are seeking a Senior Research Associate to undertake policy and related analysis to help improve the Canadian health and the health-care system. Reporting to the Director, Health Economics, this is a permanent full-time position is located in Ottawa and is available immediately.
The ideal candidate will understand the broad scope of health care system and policy issues in Canada, have a solid understanding of research methodologies, and strong analytical and communication skills. Applied research and analysis experience and advanced written and oral communication skills is essential. The ability to write clearly and concisely is paramount.
Skills & Qualifications
We thank all applicants who apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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