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Bazian are recruiting!

August 1st 2014

Bazian, an Economist Intelligence Unit company, is at the heart of the EIU’s healthcare offering. Bazian specialises in applying clinical evidence to help optimise health within limited healthcare budgets. By using clinically credible, evidence-based approaches, supported by an implementation team including experienced medical doctors, health research analysts, information specialists and public health experts, we ensure that decisions to invest and disinvest are robust, transparent and defensible, and gain the buy-in of all stakeholders. Bazian has worked with a wide range of clients to bring robust evidence and expertise to pathway and service design, business cases and purchasing decisions. The Economist Intelligence Unit has an unrivalled reputation for providing governments, organisations and international companies with authoritative analysis on key business issues.

Working closely with the information services manager, the information team and the health research team, you will manage the Evidence-Based Journals contract and provide document supply. The Journals contract requires project management skills, working with external experts, copy-editing and proof reading. Document supply will involving sourcing articles from a variety of libraries and online resources. You will also be expected to be content lead for Bazian’s newsletters and Twitter feed, and provide administrative support as required.

With excellent communication and organisation skills, you will have an eye for detail, an interest in publishing and a calm manner, especially when working under pressure. Editorial and/or proof reading experience as well a science or health service background would be desirable. Experience with retrieval of papers from libraries, or an ability to learn this quickly, will be an advantage.

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To apply, please send your CV and your cover letter to recruitmenteight@economist.com by August 7th 2014.