Benchmark Management Consulting Limited
A team of experienced management consultants focused on the healthcare sector.

Careers

Our vision and values are about making a difference to people's lives through supporting the NHS in continually improving the way it delivers healthcare to patients.

 
 

Working for us...

Our vision and values are about making a difference to people's lives through supporting the NHS in continually improving the way it delivers healthcare to patients.

 

Everything we deliver at Benchmark Management Consulting, we do through teamwork and everyone’s contribution counts. We punch above our weight in the sector and working with us gives you the chance to see your work, and influence the NHS debate, on a national platform.

With a team of over 20 professionals with expertise in a wide range of fields such as; healthcare, project management, analytics, software development and communications, we offer employees benefits including:

  • Competitive pay

  • Defined contribution pension scheme

  • Training and career development opportunities

We are strongly committed to equality and diversity, we believe that everyone should have a pathway to career development and our people values underpin these beliefs. If you think you can contribute to our success and are interested in joining a supportive and forward-thinking organisation, please apply for any current vacancies that may be suitable for you. For more information about the people who work for us, you can meet the team.


Vacancies

Project Delivery Manager

This is an exciting role to oversee a range of national analytic and policy projects and make a real difference in helping implement the Long Term Plan and other strategic priorities.

The NHS Benchmarking Network is one of the world’s largest healthcare comparison services and offers a comprehensive benchmarking and analytics service to its 300 member organisations across the UK. We also deliver a wide range of analytic projects to national policy organisations such as NHS England, NHS Improvement, Department of Health and Social Care, and Health Education England.

Contact Liz Marshall for more information