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1) Newcastle University, UK: RA Health Economics

Research Assistant/Associate (70% FTE)

Salary: 
Research Assistant: £26,274 - £27,864
Research Associate £28,695 - £30,434 (with progression to £37,394) (pro-rata)

Closing Date: 1 December 2015

You will work within the Centre for Oral Health Research and the Health Economics Group on the RAINDROP (Resource Allocation in NHS Dentistry: Recognition of Societal Preference) Study. The study involves working with dental commissioners in NHS England to embed economics based tools in their priority setting activities, studying how the commissioners adopt these tools.

You will hold a PhD or/and MSc and have experience in Health Economics to work on the RAINDROP (Resource Allocation in NHS Dentistry: Recognition of Societal Preference) Study. 

You will have the ability to work independently and as part of the research project team as well as have excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Chris Vernazza by [log in para visualizar] or telephone 0191 2088396. 

This post is part time for 25.9 hours per week (70%FTE)

For additional details about the School please click here 
https://vacancies.ncl.ac.uk/ViewVacancyV2.aspx?enc=mEgrBL4XQK0+ld8aNkwYmC35qUNjWwm7d9b+IQ+GMCB1dgPoQ8vuNM1fKp6JrSzDx50rUGTLFRkk0cvqAFTTri/Zc2z3p0TGfPw8bAdn2Ges73ecwnwIK4hel3lMJebZyzruBryvEf2iIMevSfZmpg==

2)  Lecturship in Health Economics, at City University, London, UK

Lectureship in Health Economics
City University London - School of Arts and Social Sciences
 
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AUA134/lectureship-in-health-economics/
 
Location:	City Of London
Salary:	£42,067 to £47,328
Hours:	Full Time
Contract Type:	Permanent
 
Placed on:	4th November 2015
Closes:	23rd December 2015
Job Ref:	AL60001350

Background
City University London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.

The University is in the top five per cent of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and attracts around 19,500 students (35% at postgraduate level) from 150 countries. It is well above the sector average for graduate employability in most of its subjects, is in the top ten in the UK for starting salaries and is the top university in London for student satisfaction. City will join the University of London federation in 2016.

In the recent Research Excellence Framework, City made a greater improvement in research quality, per Funding Council research pound, than any other UK university. 40% of its total academic staff are producing research that is world-leading or internationally excellent. 

The Department Of Economics in the School of Arts & Social Sciences is a leading centre for research and undergraduate and postgraduate education. The Research Excellence Framework confirmed the high quality of its research as 54% of the department’s research was graded as world-leading or internationally excellent.

Person Specification
The Department is seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to a Lectureship in Health Economics to enhance its research and education. The appointed academic will demonstrate existing or emerging strengths in research through publication in highly-ranked journals and the ability to educate and supervise at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He or she will play a key role in developing a growing and dynamic research-led Department. 

Additional Information
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.

For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Mireia Jofre-Bonet, Director of the MSc in Health Economics ([log in para visualizar]; +44 (0)20 7040 0168) or Dr Javier Ortega, Head of Department ([log in para visualizar]; +44 (0)20 7040 8533).

Closing date for applications: 23rd December 2015.
Actively working to promote equal opportunity and diversity.
Academic excellence for business and the professions.


3) Chair in Health Economics, University Of Birmingham, UK

University Of Birmingham
 
Health Economics Unit
Institute for Applied Health Research
 
 
CHAIR IN HEALTH ECONOMICS 
 
This is a rare opportunity to join one of the UK’s leading academic health economics teams. We are seeking to appoint a dynamic academic leader to a Chair in Health Economics. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary Unit that competes at the highest levels in both research and teaching.  The successful applicant will have an excellent record in research and teaching, and will work with colleagues in the Unit and the wider University to sustain current research areas and develop new research programmes.  This is a crucial strategic post for the University for which a competitive salary and package will be offered.
 
To discuss the post informally please contact Professor Tracy Roberts, Professor of Health Economics and Head of Unit ([log in para visualizar]; 0121 414 7708) or Professor Jayne Parry, Head of School ([log in para visualizar]; 0121 414 3191).
 
Further particulars and the procedure for application may be obtained from http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/jobs/index.aspx Please quote reference number  38076
 
Closing date for applications is 18th December 2015


4) Two positions in Economic Evaluation at LSHTM - Professor/Reader, and Senior Lecturer/Lecturer

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE
FACULTY OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND POLICY
 
Professor/Reader in Health Economics
Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Health Economics

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is seeking to make two new appointments in economic evaluation of health interventions and programmes in low- and middle-income countries.  The successful applicants will join the world’s premier group of health economists working on low- and middle income countries, and benefit from close links with leading researchers in mathematical modelling, statistical methods, and epidemiology of infectious and chronic disease.  

The successful candidate for Professor / Reader will have an international reputation in economic evaluation of health programmes and interventions, and a clear vision for future methodological development relevant to low- and middle-income countries.  They will be responsible for leading a group of economists working in this area, and for raising the profile of the team’s work externally and within the institution.  The Senior Lecturer / Lecturer will share this commitment to advancing the field of economic evaluation, and will develop a programme of research in this area. 

Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Professor Kara Hanson for an informal discussion about these posts ([log in para visualizar]).   
 
Further particulars are available from our website www.jobs.lshtm.ac.uk, with references HESA14 for the Professor/Reader position and HESA12 for Senior Lecturer/Lecturer. 
 
Closing date for applications is 9 December 2015.

5)  Associate Director (HTA) position at York Health Economics Consortium, York, UK

YORK HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSORTIUM
 
York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) has recently moved to larger premises to allow for continued expansion.  As part of this expansion we are looking to appoint an Associate Director (Health Technology Assessment). The Associate Director will lead the HTA and economic modelling sector of the business and will report directly to the company’s Director, Dr Matthew Taylor.
 
YHEC is a health economics contract research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York.  YHEC provides consultancy and research to a wide range of public and private sector bodies. 
 
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR (HTA)
 
The main purpose of the job is to lead the Health Technology Assessment work stream of YHEC to meets its strategic objectives, including:
 
•                Sustaining YHEC’s position as a leading provider of applied economic evaluation for the health service, industry and government;
•                Meeting the HTA  work stream’s income and profit targets;
•                Ensuring that the HTA team has the appropriate skills and capacity to meet market demand;
•                Contributing to the University of York’s reputation for high quality research. 
 
Please see link below  for further details: 
http://www.yhec.co.uk/contact-us/careers/
 
YHEC offer a competitive salary package.
 
The closing date is : 5pm Friday 11th December 2015

6) Research Fellow Post at LSHTM, UK

Research Fellow in Health Economics, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
 
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Research Fellow in health economics to the Department of Global Health and Development (GHD) at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to work on a project aiming to expedite and inform the introduction of Oral HIV Self-testing in Southern Africa. The economics component of this project, which is the main responsibility of the research fellow, has three main activities: discrete choice experiments, primary costing and cost modeling.  We expect ample space for methodological innovation. 
 
Salary:   £37,477 to £42,560 per annum
Closing Date:   Thursday 10 December 2015
Interview Date:           Probably 12 or 13 January
Reference:  SAMEFTP1
 
For further information: https://jobs.lshtm.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=SAMEFTP1

7)  Fully-funded doctoral studentships within Imperial College Business School, London.

We are looking to recruit the very best students across Finance, Economics, Marketing, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Organisational Behaviour, Innovation, and Heath Economics  & Management. Applications will close on 11th January 2016.
 
The five-year studentships include an MRes in Year 1, providing a foundation of research training and specialist modules that will support the student’s proposed PhD. All information about entry requirements and application procedures/eligibility are on our website: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/programmes/doctoral-degree/.
 
If there are queries about the format of the programme or funding, we will be happy to answer these. Prospective students can apply here https://apply.imperial.ac.uk/login or can contact me directly the Programme Director ([log in para visualizar]).

8) Research associate/research fellow in Health Economics at The University of Manchester, UK

Research associate/research fellow in Health Economics at The University of Manchester

A new European funded Horizon 2020 team, the SENSE-Cog team is seeking a research associate or fellow to join their team in health economics, within the Institute of Population Health. 
You will work on a European Commission funded project entitled “Ears, Eyes and Mind: The SENSE-Cog Project to promote mental well-being in elderly Europeans”. You will work on the health economics evaluation and analyses and will require skills in project management, strong econometric analytic techniques, including regression and longitudinal analysis using large and complex survey data.  You may also be required to travel between study partners.
You will work under the supervision of Dr Brenda Gannon.

Please see link for further details or contact [log in para visualizar] for further details.


http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AMK124/research-associate-fellow-the-sense-cog-project/

9) Research Associate in Health Economics

The University of Manchester, invites applications from candidates with experience of economic evaluation for the post of Research Associate in Health Economics.  The post is available immediately and tenable on a fixed term basis up to 31 August 2017 in the first instance.

You will join the Manchester Centre for Health Economics. The post involves implementing the economic workstream, led by Professor Katherine Payne, for an MRC Stratified Medicine funded consortium: Psoriasis Stratification to Optimise Relevant Therapy (PSORT). The PSORT consortium is led by Professor Chris Griffiths who is the Foundation Professor of Dermatology at The University of Manchester.

The economic workstream centres on identifying and quantifying the incremental costs and benefits, and key drivers of cost effectiveness, of using two stratified approaches in the management of patients with psoriasis.  Two model-based economic analyses will provide information on the relative cost effectiveness of the new stratified approaches, which is necessary, but not sufficient evidence in terms of understanding whether the promised benefits will translate into patient health gain. The potential influence of new stratified approaches on clinicians prescribing behaviour and patients views will also be quantified, using stated preference methods, to understand how acceptable the proposed stratified approaches will be when ultimately made available in routine clinical practice.

You should have a postgraduate qualification in health economics or equivalent experience. You should have knowledge of decision analytic model-based economic evaluation and design and analysis of discrete choice experiments. Previous experience of the design of decision analytic model-based economic evaluations and a proven track record of publications in high quality journals is desirable. Previous experience of working in a multidisciplinary research team would be advantageous.

More information: http://www.population-health.manchester.ac.uk/healtheconomics/aboutus/jobs/

10) The University of Manchester, UK: research associate in health economics

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN HEALTH ECONOMICS
 
Starting salary in the £30,434 - £32,277 (depending on experience)
 
The University of Manchester, invites applications from candidates with experience of economic evaluation for the post of Research Associate in Health Economics. 
 
The post is available immediately and tenable on a fixed term basis up to 31 August 2017 in the first instance.
 
You will join the Manchester Centre for Health Economics. The post involves implementing the economic workstream, led by Professor Katherine Payne, for an MRC Stratified Medicine funded consortium: Psoriasis Stratification to Optimise Relevant Therapy (PSORT). The PSORT consortium is led by Professor Chris Griffiths who is the Foundation Professor of Dermatology at The University of Manchester.
 
The economic workstream centres on identifying and quantifying the incremental costs and benefits, and key drivers of cost effectiveness, of using two stratified approaches in the management of patients with psoriasis.  Two model-based economic analyses will provide information on the relative cost effectiveness of the new stratified approaches, which is necessary, but not sufficient evidence in terms of understanding whether the promised benefits will translate into patient health gain. The potential influence of new stratified approaches on clinicians prescribing behaviour and patients views will also be quantified, using stated preference methods, to understand how acceptable the proposed stratified approaches will be when ultimately made available in routine clinical practice.
 
Candidates should have a postgraduate qualification in health economics or equivalent experience. They should have knowledge of decision analytic model-based economic evaluation and design and analysis of discrete choice experiments. Previous experience of the design of decision analytic model-based economic evaluations and a proven track record of publications in high quality journals is desirable. Previous experience of working in a multidisciplinary research team would be advantageous.
 
Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Professor Katherine Payne by email: [log in para visualizar] about PSORT to Professor Chris Griffiths ([log in para visualizar])
 
Application forms and further particulars are available from our website http://www.manchester.ac.uk/vacancies 
 
see https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=10661
 
If you are unable to go online you can request a hard copy of the details from the Directorate of Human Resources, Faculty of Medical & Human Sciences. Tel: +44(0)161 275 8835 or email: [log in para visualizar]
 
Closing date: 12th December 2015
Interviews will be held on 5th January 2016
 
The Institute of Population Health is committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women’s careers in STEMM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) in higher education. The Institute received a Bronze Award in 2013 for their commitment to the representation of women in the workplace and we particularly welcome applications from women for this post. Appointment will always be made on merit. For further information, please visit http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/about-us/athena/
 
The University will actively foster a culture of inclusion and diversity and will seek to achieve true equality of opportunity for all members of its community.

11)  Health Economist Post Doctoral Researcher, Wolverhampton, UK

The formation of our new, vibrant, multidisciplinary, Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing offers the opportunity to build on our successful REF outcomes by investing significantly in our research.
 
To share in our ambition we are investing in another research position to support research development and growth. You will enjoy the benefit of joining a team of recently appointed Post-Doctoral researchers and Research Assistants. You will also have the opportunity of working within a Faculty with deeply embedded links with practice across the region and beyond, and with increasing interdisciplinary research across education, health, social work, psychology and sport.
 
This post offers an exciting opportunity for an individual with training in health economics to develop their career as an academic health economist within a large, multi-disciplinary Faculty setting.  Interdisciplinary research is fundamental to the post as are practitioner, action and theoretically and empirically supported applied research. A key focus of the post will be the ability to work across all areas of the Faculty to promote interdisciplinary research using a variety of techniques and methodologies to address areas of impact, such as; economic, societal, educational, cultural, public policy or services, mental and physical health and quality of life.
 
For further information relating to the post, informal enquiries may be made to: Karen Bill, Associate Dean, Research and Enterprise, Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing on 07791078132 or email [log in para visualizar]  or call (01902) 322823 and they will be able to direct your enquiry.

Please note the deadline for applications has been extended until Thursday 3rd December

 
https://jobs.wlv.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3045&p_web_page_id=244894

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