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  • Vacancy
  • New York
  • Deadline for applications: 18th Oct 2020

General Interest Application - North America

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  • Vacancy
  • London
  • Deadline for applications: 20th Apr 2020

Executive Assistant to CEO, MD and FD (maternity cover)

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) is looking for an exceptional candidate to join as maternity cover for the Executive Assistant to the CEO, Managing Director - EMEA and Finance Director.

  • Blog
  • 8th Apr 2020

Using behavioural insights to create a Covid-19 text service for the NHS

Almost 2 million people in England have received daily SMS texts from the NHS warning them of the risks of coronavirus. Here we share the behavioural principles and approach that we used to help our partners at NHSX, NHS Digital and the NHS Business Services Authority to design these messages.

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Alexander Whitefield

Alexander is an Associate Research Advisor in the Home Affairs, Security and International Programs team, where he works on a range of policy areas and research methods. Prior to joining BIT, Alexander worked in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs, advising European Financial Institutions. Alexander holds a BA in…

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Elizabeth Bennett

Elizabeth is a Senior Advisor at BIT North America. Her research focuses on improving measurement and evaluation – and service delivery – for government partners. Prior to BIT, Elizabeth worked for an international development organization that partnered with governments and non-profits to use data and evidence for decision-making. Over the…

  • Blog
  • 1st Apr 2020

Supporting employers and workers through the pandemic

While Covid-19 is primarily a public health issue, it also presents unprecedented challenges for both employers and workers. In this post, we set out additional suggestions for employers to support their workers during the main part of the crisis, based on behavioural insights. 

  • Blog
  • 31st Mar 2020

Young men are hardest to engage on coronavirus guidance

As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread around the world, so too does advisory content and media regarding its dangers. With over 700,000 confirmed cases and 35,000 deaths recorded across 177 countries and regions, governments, public health organisations, and research groups worldwide have been publishing posters, digital media, infographics,…

  • Blog
  • 31st Mar 2020

BIT joins partners in Kenya to increase access to sexual reproductive health services

Across the world, numerous barriers prevent girls from accessing the sexual reproductive health services (SRH) they need. Indeed, 29 countries require women to gain the consent of a spouse or partner to access such services, and in another 45 countries, parents must give consent for their children to access HIV…

  • Blog
  • 26th Mar 2020

How behavioural insights can help college and university students learning remotely due to COVID-19

In the coming months, millions of college and university students around the world will be exclusively learning from home for the first time ever. Without the structure and routine of face-to-face sessions, it will be a massive challenge for these students to continue to engage productively with learning.

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Maggie McNease

Maggie is an Associate Advisor based in New York. Before joining BIT, Maggie worked as a Community Economic Development Volunteer for the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic where she consulted on better business practices. Prior to this, Maggie worked in market research and analytics in the consumer products industry.…