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Diversity and Inclusion


Having a team that reflects the diversity of backgrounds, genders, sexual orientations, ethnicities, experiences and viewpoints in our society today is the right thing to do. It also has positive benefits to the quality of our work and the insight that we generate. We recognise that this remains work-in-progress but we are working hard to ensure that:

  • Recruitment promotes equal opportunities. For instance, we seek to advertise our vacancies widely to try and ensure we are reaching the widest pool of talent and expertise. We also operate a blind shortlisting approach in order to minimise conscious and unconscious bias.
  • The nuts-and-bolts of our organisation encourages inclusion, e.g. we are able to accommodate flexible working arrangements and have a robust equal opportunities policy in place.
  • We seek to cultivate a culture where diversity is valued. Where appropriate, we seek to match staff members to projects to encourage inclusion and lived experience, e.g. we are currently undertaking a project about LGBTQI+ health inequalities which is being led and delivered by LGBTQI+ members of staff.


Please download the application pack below to read more about the Researcher role. The deadline for receipt of applications is midday on Monday, 22 November 2021. We plan to hold formal panel interviews (via Zoom) on Wednesday, 1 and Thursday, 2 December 2021. We operate a blind application process so please be sure to follow the instructions carefully.

Application pack for Researcher

Vacancies are advertised on our website and via the Guardian.

We are looking to recruit a Principal Consultant who will specialise in process, impact and economic evaluations. Your experience must include a successful track record in leading and delivering high quality mixed-methods, multi-stakeholder research and evaluation. Strong quantitative skills and an ability to advise on, contribute to and lead evaluations which take experimental approaches including randomised control trials and quasi-experimental designs is particularly advantageous.

The role will involve:

  • Leading research and evaluation projects and ensuring that clients’ needs are met.
  • Directing project teams and quality assuring the work.
  • Providing expert knowledge and skills on research and evaluation methodologies applied to the sectors in which we specialise.
  • Contributing to proposal writing and other business development activities.
  • Over time, providing line management to Researchers and/or Consultants.

The role will join a highly skilled team with a successful track record in research and evaluation. The role will help us respond to increasing demand for research and evaluation in the sectors in which we specialise.

Please download an application pack below. We operate a blind shortlisting process so please ensure that you follow the instructions closely.

The deadline for receipt of applications is midday on Monday, 11 October.

Application pack for Principal Consultant

To apply

CVs and covering letters should be sent to

Person Specification

We have published our person specifications so you can review the experience, skills and competencies that we expect people to demonstrate in each role.

Download them here:

Download Person Specifications January 2021

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