Here at Picker we believe in treating our people well; from excellent career opportunities to a positive, collaborative culture. We all work with a shared set of values that inspire us to achieve the biggest impact.

We evaluate the areas of healthcare that matter most to people, producing actionable and insightful results to drive advances in standards. If you are passionate about putting people at the forefront of healthcare services, then Picker could be the place for you.

A rewarding place to work
Working alongside colleagues who are experts in their field, you will be part of a team contributing to our vision ‘the highest quality person centred care for all, always’. You will contribute to our research with NHS Trusts and many high profile charities, such as The British Heart Foundation, Pancreatic Cancer UK and Mind.

To support you we offer a friendly, person centred working culture with many benefits including:

  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Convenient location with free parking
  • 25 days holiday, increasing to 30 days, plus public holidays
  • Christmas office closure (currently an additional 3 days leave)
  • Contributory company pension scheme
  • Free life assurance
  • Tailored learning and development
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Regular calendar of social activities organised by a dedicated Social, Wellbeing and Employee Engagement team

Picker is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from anyone who holds the required skill and/or experience. View our Job Applicants Privacy Notice here.

View our current job vacancies below.

Quantitative Research Associate

We wish to appoint a Quantitative Research Associate for our Survey Coordination Centre in the Research Division.

Salary range: £23,582 – £32,157 per annum + benefits

Job type: Full-time

Contract period: Permanent

Reporting to: Head of Survey Coordination

Department: Research

Location: Oxford

This role

Reporting to a Senior Research Associate, you will work on the development and coordination of new and existing surveys. In addition, you will contribute to a range of projects using a variety of survey methodologies, as well as liaising with partners, collaborators, clients and subcontractors.

Quantitative research experience with skills in questionnaire design, research methods, as well as data handling, analysis and reporting, are essential to this role. You should also have prior experience of project management, specifically in survey research projects and in SPSS and data base use. The ability to work collaboratively, while operating in a self-motivated and independent fashion is key, together with robust written/oral communication skills and attention to detail.

How to Apply

Please review the job description linked below. To apply, please send a C.V and covering letter to In your covering letter please describe your suitability for the role.

For further information about the role, please contact Caroline Killpack, by email in the first instance:


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