[Job] British Dental Association, Research Manager (mat cov), ??35.8-39.1k, clos 30 Aug #scipolicy #stats

Quite a specific job for a stats nerd / communicator I suppose, found this in the job description “A degree in statistics or equivalent experience of data analysis and interpretation

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British Dental Association
Research Manager (Maternity Cover)

Up to ??35,858 – ??39,164             
One Year Fixed-Term (with possibility of permanence thereafter)  
London 
Full-time 
closing date: Tuesday 30th August 

Applying for vacancies at the BDA

The BDA’s application form and staff benefits documents are at the bottom of this web page.

If you would like to apply for any of the current vacancies advertised on this page, you must complete a BDA application form – CV’s alone are not acceptable.

The BDA short-lists candidates for interview based on the strength of their application in relation to the Person Specification of the role. Candidates are therefore advised to refer to the Person Specification of the role that they are applying for when completing the application form. In particular, candidates should use the ‘Further Information’ section in the BDA Application form to outline how they feel they match each of the criteria in the Person Specification and use examples where possible. 

All application forms should be returned to: 

Human Resources 
British Dental Association 
64 Wimpole Street 
London W1G 8YS 
Tel. 020 7935 0875 
Email: jobs@bda.org

The BDA is an equal opportunities employer and an investor in people. 

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