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Check out the positions available at Optimum Patient Care Australia

Here at OPC we want everyone to feel valued and have a sense of belonging.

We offer an increasing range of benefits, plus an internal commitment to support the  wellbeing, engagement, and professional development of our colleagues.

When you join OPC you can expect:

  • Hybrid or remote working as standard
  • An annual pay review based on your own contribution to our success
  • Flexible working arrangements. We welcome applications from part time workers and can individually agree working times to fit around your caring responsibilities
  • A fully diverse and global working environment, regular collaboration with international colleagues
  • Wellbeing support including regular social events, remote coffee mornings, volunteering days and access to our Mental Health First Aid team
  • A focus on training and development with in house and external learning opportunities, including financial support for postgraduate qualifications
  • Coaching and mentoring available from experts in the field
  • Paid membership of relevant professional institutions
  • A laptop to make working flexibly easy
  • Authorship of research publications in peer-reviewed national and international journals
  • Opportunities to attend international conferences
  • Access to a company car for employees who are required to travel
  • Discounted bikes and equipment through the “Cycle to Work Scheme”

Up to 28 days’ annual leave, plus bank holidays

  • The opportunity to buy additional holidays
  • Support with international relocation, we hold a UK Sponsorship Licence and can facilitate working in Singapore and Australia

This is a fantastic opportunity to become involved in medical management and quality improvement projects with an internationally recognised research organisation.

We are currently seeking an experienced pharmaco-epidemiologist proficient in working with large relational healthcare datasets.

You will have the scope and capability to develop research ideas, coordinate, conduct and communicate high quality scientific research for both commercial and academic purposes.

The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal skills, fluency in English, have a high attention to detail and the ability to interpret health data. 

We have a HR Assistant opportunity available within our health research organisation based in Oakington, Cambridgeshire (CB24 3BA). Reporting to the HR Lead, the role is offered on a hybrid working basis. Part time and full time candidates will be considered with a range of flexible working patterns available.

 

Registered and previously registered nurses are invited to apply for a role providing sleep in care to an independent elderly lady within her own home in Holt, Norfolk, UK.

Sponsorship of a Skilled Worker visa is available to non-UK residents and relocation guidance and support will be provided.

The Data Quality Analyst will locate, access and review secondary real world data sources within the Observational & Pragmatic Research Institute, providing opportunities for process improvement.

OPC is looking for a dynamic Clinical Project Manager ideally with experience in primary care or healthcare research projects, to come in and hit the ground running! Managing various projects, the Project Manager has an exciting opportunity to work in a role that truly makes a difference.

Clinical Services Coordinator

The post holder is responsible for implementing high quality clinical audit programs and research in disease burdens and management for improved patient outcomes in Australia.  The post holder will be the primary point of contact between OPC Australia and the GP practice, coordinating QI activities and data extraction processes.

Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Optimum Patient Care, (OPC) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic member to join our research analytics team.

Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Optimum Patient Care, (OPC) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic member to join our research analytics team.

Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Optimum Patient Care, (OPC) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic member to join our research analytics team.

Contact Us

Please send your CV with a covering letter summarising your suitability for the role to hr@optimumpatientcare.org or via application form below. Candidates will be required to undertake a remote skills test prior to interview. We look forward to hearing from you.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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