Grow your career with ICNARC

It’s an exciting time to work for ICNARC. We are an innovative organisation with an outstanding reputation that works nationally and internationally to improve the care and outcomes for critically ill patients. Join our team and make a difference today.

Current vacancies

We don't have any vacancies currently available but please check regularly for updates.

What we can offer you

We understand your need to balance personal commitments and family life with work. We are proud of our range of policies to support our staff.

Grow your research portfolio

Join our team and be involved in statistical delivery of national clinical audits, clinical trials and health services research studies from design to dissemination.

How to apply

Your skills and experience can help make a difference. 

Equality and diversity

We promote equality and diversity to create a productive and effective workforce.

Get in touch

For any queries, please use email us or call 020 7831 6878.

Our research portfolio

Substantial, multi-year grant funding supports our broad portfolio of national and international collaborative research studies (conducted within our UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Unit).

Our research portfolio is underpinned by cutting-edge, statistical / methodological research including novel clinical trial designs, methods for non-randomised comparisons, handling of missing data and statistical modelling. 


Our statistics

  • +2,500,000Patient records

    We analyse over 2.5 million patient records across our audit and research projects.

  • 13Ongoing funded research studies

    Our broad programme of research includes 11 randomised controlled trials, four with mixed-methods.

  • +43,500Research participants

    We have recruited over 43,500 participants for our research studies, including adults, children, health professionals, parents / guardians and family members.

  • 38Members of staff

    Our committed team brings together a wealth of expertise including data scientists, statisticians, post-graduate research staff and IT developers.