Thank you for your interest in working for AMMF.  Please see our current vacancies below:

Cancer Analyst for Analysis of the Epidemiology of Cholangiocarcinoma in England

We are looking for a dedicated analyst with a strong statistical background and experience of routinely collected health data to work on an important epidemiological project on cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer, CCA).

This project will address several urgent questions relating to the epidemiological trends of CCA, analyzing incidence/mortality time trend data for England for the relevant cancer codes, alongside clinically relevant breakdowns, risk factors, treatment delivery and outcomes.

This is an exciting opportunity to work on the most definitive study of cholangiocarcinoma epidemiology to date, in conjunction with AMMF, the UK’s only dedicated Cholangiocarcinoma Charity, international experts in cholangiocarcinoma from Imperial College London and in collaboration with Public Health England’s (PHE) National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS).

The successful candidate will be responsible for applying specialist analytical, statistical and epidemiological methods to highly complex data from a variety of sources to routine and ad hoc analytical projects and tasks, as well as providing specialist advice on the appropriate use of this information.

You will have skills in analyses, interpretation and presentation of public health and cancer data, and will also be comfortable working in a remote-managed setting.

You will work with colleagues to deliver NCRAS’s analytical function for the AMMF/PHE partnership. You will be based at one of the NCRAS centres, (there are 9 around England) working closely with and reporting to an AMMF/NCRAS Steering group at regular meetings in London.

To see the full Job Description and how to apply, click here

October 2018