Our training posts are advertised twice a year. To be the first to know when training posts are advertised, sign up here

All posts will receive mentorship and support from IGHI throughout the placement.

We have three roles available for the January 2024 cohort, these are:

If you're interested but want to know more about the programme before you apply, join our webinar at 6pm on 21 September, where you can hear from the teams about what they're looking for.

Recorded webinar about how to apply for the Julia Anderson Training Programme.

Julia Anderson Training Programme Webinar

View our webinar, recorded on 21 March 2023, to learn more about applying.

Past opportunities

Julia Anderson Programme Operations Trainee

As the Programme Operations Trainee, you will be responsible for a wide range of tasks with the view to develop our Training Programme further. You will be working alongside the Operations Officer and be given the opportunity to take the lead in certain areas. This is a unique chance for anyone who is interested in a career in Operations, Project Management, Communications, Event Management, Administration or Human Resources and wants to get a first work experience in an exciting environment.

Julia Anderson Change Lab Trainee

The Julia Anderson Change Lab Trainee will work with the Change Lab team to help design and implement a behavioural insights informed intervention aimed at improving the use of digital consent forms prior to surgery. The Change Lab is a collaboration between the IGHI, the NHS (Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust - ICHT) and the Behavioural Insights Team (a behaviour change consultancy - BIT) who work together to apply knowledge from behavioural science to help us understand human behaviour and how user-centred design can help support healthy decision making.

Julia Anderson Helix Centre Trainee

The Helix Centre Trainee will be part of the Design Strategy Team within the Helix Centre, which is a team specialising in improving healthcare services by putting people at the heart of what we do. They will primarily be working on a project that will use design and behavioural science interventions to reduce inequities in hospital outpatient attendance.