Analyst / Consultant – Healthcare Strategy and Planning
ETL is a multidisciplinary consultancy, transforming environments for the public and private sectors. Our team of experts have a deep knowledge of health, science, research and higher education. We specialise in providing advisory and the delivery of services including healthcare strategy + planning, property services, sustainability and programme, project and cost management services, tapping into a wealth of experience to address the challenges our clients face. We exist to help our clients to improve the performance of their environments, so they perform better and are financially sustainable.
We are wholly owned by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – we re-invest back into the NHS.
We are comprised of over 90 experts, with offices in London, Oxford and Dublin.
About The Role
The applicant should be seeking a role that provides commercial consultancy services to public and private health organisations, both within the UK and internationally. The role will provide analytic support to the Healthcare Strategy and Planning team in achieving the overall business plan to grow and develop healthcare planning as a leading edge offering to external clients, including NHS organisations and private sector clients both within the UK and internationally.
Using simulation software (e.g., Simul8) we require analytic inputs to support the team in the following areas:
- Quantitative and qualitative analyses and modelling
- Production of summarised analytical data and dashboards
- Collaboration with interdisciplinary business and clinical subject matter experts
- Provide consultancy advice to assist clients with operational efficiency, process mapping and re-design
- Undertake analysis of local demographics and population to influence healthcare planning models
- Development of demand modelling and capacity modelling
- Develop strategic estates business cases, providing data, evidence and intelligence
- Putting clients first and achieving maximum client satisfaction