Working for IPC

We are always interested in hard working, talented people who can make a difference. If you want to work for an outstanding university institute that has a positive impact on people’s health and wellbeing then join us. Find out more about IPC

Marketing and Business Development Officer

We are currently looking to appoint a confident and creative Marketing and Business Development Officer to support and co-ordinate our business development activities. This is a part time fixed term post. Closing date is 26 October. Click here for more details and to apply.


As well as salaried staff, we employ associates. IPC Associates are used to supplement the portfolio of skills and experience of our salaried colleagues. IPC Associates work on a freelance basis on specific projects or areas of expertise. We are looking for IPC Associates for these key areas of our work:

  • People with primary, community or secondary health leadership experience in the UK. We are particularly interested in people with operational or commissioning experience as well as those who have led reviews or redesign of services or systems or have developed health policy and strategy. Email Philip Provenzano, IPC Assistant Director if you are interested.

  • People with good quantitative research and data analysis skills to support our applied research and evaluation. Email Katy Burch, IPC Assistant Director if you are interested.

  • People with experience of designing and delivering leadership development or commissioning skills programmes. In particular, we would be very pleased to hear from anyone who is bilingual in Welsh and English as we are looking for an Associate Tutor to deliver our skills development programmes across Wales. Email Fiona Richardson, IPC Assistant Director if you are interested.