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1)  Optimity Advisors, London, UK

Economists – London, UK
Salary: competitive
Location: London
Contract: full time, permanent
 
Optimity Advisors, an international advisory firm, has plans to expand its economics capabilities over the coming year and we’d like to hear from economists at all career stages who are interested in being part of our successful growth. You may be a proven leader or looking for your first job fresh from university. We have posts available immediately at all levels, and we are also looking to build relationships for those who might wish to join us down the line at a time that suits you and us. So even if you’re not looking to join us right now, we’d love to hear from you.
 
In summary, regardless of where you are in your career and whether you’re looking to join us now or in the future, if you are a bright, hardworking economist with a can-do attitude, we’d like to hear from you.
 
About Optimity Advisors and our economics offer
Optimity Advisors is an international business with offices in London, Brussels, Zurich, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, DC. Our team provides advisory, consultancy, transformation and data services to the health, public policy, media & entertainment, financial services and insurance industries.
 
Our economists work as part of multi-professional teams across all our client sectors deploying economic evaluation and appraisal techniques. We provide public policy clients such as the European Commission, UK Government Departments and Federal and State Government in the USA with support on evaluations, regulatory impact assessment, business case development, resource allocation, economic modelling, and incentives-based models of pricing and reimbursement policies for tax funded services.  Our health economists provide health economic analysis of interventions, care pathways and health systems. They also provide our life science clients with analysis to support assessment of regulatory policy, pricing strategies, and market access. Our commercial clients working in financial services, insurance, and media an entertainment value analytical input from our economists to support strategic and operational transformation.
 
We are looking for London-based candidates to work across all areas of the business.
 
What kind of work will you be involved with?
On joining the team, you will become part of the professional network of Economics and Analysis led by our Chief Economist. Day-to-day you will be expected to work with other specialists across Optimity on projects or business development initiatives. Economists are expected to contribute both to project delivery for a range of clients, and to business development activities -- responding to requests for proposals and more pro-active forms of business development e.g. contributing to seminars/webinars with an economics component.
 
Here is a taster of some of our current and recent projects:
 
•         An economic evaluation of a large national Cancer charity’s programme targeted at improving patients’ recovery from cancer.
•         A business economics study for a large music festival organiser, looking at the impact of a change in business taxes on music festivals.
•         Developing a model for assessing the Return on Investment of a new data management system for a large New York based financial services firm.
•         An economic assessment of the costs and benefits of cross-European co-operation in tackling organised crime.
•         A review of economic appraisal and evaluation tools that are designed to help prioritise public health investment decisions.
•         A study into the drivers of and potential policies to tackle the causes of people smuggling into the EU.
 
What are the benefits of working with Optimity?
Optimity is a Wiki-Management company[1]. Our working practices are network based and provide a variety of opportunities for individuals to contribute to the success of the company and our clients. You will have an opportunity to grow and develop by working collaboratively with great colleagues on a variety of incredibly interesting projects. We invest in our people and apart from the extensive learning and opportunities for growth which come from working with teams on challenging projects, we have an in-house Continuing Professional Development programme.
 
Our salaries are competitive and generous holidays of between 25 and 30 days depending on length of service.  After successful completion of short probationary period we provide a pension contribution.
 
What qualities and qualifications will you need?
We are looking for individuals who are passionate about delivering great quality work for clients and who appreciate that their greatest value can be achieved by giving their best to our clients and to other members of the Optimity team. We value information and evidence as drivers of improvement and believe in the added power of collective knowledge which comes from sharing ideas. Because of this, we value a work ethic of collaboration both with our clients and within our teams.
 
Our economists will need a basic skill set to include:
 
•         An undergraduate degree (at least 2.1), primarily in economics, or with significant experience working as an economist. Preferably with a postgraduate degree in an economics related subject.
•         Significant demonstrable skills and expertise and practical skills in building economic models and/or using quantitative analytical software, e.g. MS Excel, R, SAS, Stata.
•         Good all-round awareness of applied economics, especially in microeconomics.
 
More senior economist roles will be expected to have experience of undertaking economic/quantitative analysis in a policy, academic, commercial or other environment. Economists with practical experience in undertaking economic appraisal, economic evaluation and impact assessments are of significant interest.
 
We are also especially interested in hearing from candidates who have knowledge of the policy-making process of the European institutions (European Commission; European Parliament; EU agencies etc.) and experience of working with or for them.
 
How do you apply for a position?
Please send your CV and a cover letter which explicitly outlines why you would like to work for us through to [log in para visualizar] Please put ‘Application for Economist role’ in the subject field of your email. The deadline is Friday, 8th April 2016.

2) Associate Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling, University of Exeter Medical School, UK

Associate Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling
 
Peninsula Technology Assessment Group (PenTAG), University of Exeter Medical School
 
Salary: £25,769 to £32,600 depending on qualifications and experience (Job reference R51038)
 
The College wishes to recruit an Associate Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling to support the work of the Peninsula Technology Assessment Group (PenTAG;http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/esmi/workstreams/pentaghealthtechnologyassessment/). This NIHR-funded post is available immediately and is funded for four years initially. The successful applicant will work as a health economic modeller in a multidisciplinary team on health technology assessments, primarily from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) technology appraisals process (https://www.nice.org.uk/About/What-we-do/Our-Programmes/NICE-guidance/NICE-technology-appraisal-guidance). NICE recommendations are regularly reported in the national media and the NICE technology appraisals process is internationally admired.
 
The post will include: developing and critiquing cost-effectiveness models (often of pharmaceuticals, sometimes of tests and medical devices); writing reports for national policy makers; collaborating with colleagues, clinicians and national experts; and reviewing published literature. The successful applicant will be able to present information on research progress and outcomes, including at national and international conferences, communicate complex information, orally, in writing and electronically and prepare proposals and applications to external bodies.
 
Applicants will possess a good undergraduate degree (1st or 2:1) in a relevant numerate subject (e.g., mathematics, statistics, economics, operational research, physics, engineering) or possess an equivalent qualification/experience in a related field of study and be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge in the discipline and of research methods and techniques to work within established research programmes to meet deadlines. A higher degree (e.g., PhD or nearing completion) in a relevant field is desirable but not essential. Experience in Excel, R, Stata, Simul8 and/or WinBUGS will be considered favourably. There is excellent training available.
 
Closing date 18 April 2016.
 
Please address informal enquiries to Tristan Snowsill ([log in para visualizar]) and apply online (https://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=024216ERUN&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA).

3) Royal College of Physicians - Health Economist

Royal College of Physicians - Health Economist
Full Time, 12 month fixed term contract  
£28,000-£31,000 per annum (related to experience) Benefits include generous leave, free staff lunches, interest free season ticket loan (loan after probation) and much more

This is an exciting opportunity to join a multi-professional team of experienced and enthusiastic specialists working at a national level. Our work programme delivers high quality guidance that is aimed at improving NHS patient care. The National Clinical Guideline Centre (NCGC) is a forward-thinking research centre producing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for the NHS in England. Funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), and building on 15 years of success in developing clinical guidelines, the NCGC brings together expertise from the Royal Colleges of General Practitioners, Nursing, Physicians and Surgeons in an innovative partnership.

NICE Clinical Guidelines form the basis of the NHS’s quality standards and have an international reputation for excellence. This is an opportunity to make a leading contribution to health economic evaluation in support of NICE clinical guidelines. If appointed you would undertake health economic modelling and critical appraisal of health economic literature.
On each project you will work with a guideline development group, comprised of leading healthcare professionals and patient members, to produce recommendations for the NHS. The NCGC is a team of about 70 staff, delivering a large work programme (currently we are working on 17 clinical guidelines). This is a great opportunity to work within an effective team environment with information scientists, health economists, systematic reviewers and project managers.

Strong interpersonal, presentation and organisational skills are required, with a commitment to maintaining high standards in working to fixed timelines. The roles provide opportunities for continuing professional and personal development in a highly supportive and collaborative environment.

For an informal discussion about this role, contact David Wonderling, head of health economics (020 3075-1388; [log in para visualizar]) or Elisabetta Fenu, health economics lead (020 3075-1390; [log in para visualizar]).
Unfortunately this post is not suitable for current MSc students as we need someone to start this Spring or early Summer.
Apply to : https://jobs.rcplondon.ac.uk/VacancyDetails.aspx?FromSearch=True&MenuID=6Dqy3cKIDOg=&VacancyID=207
 
Closing date for returned applications: 11 April 2016, 9am
Interviews to be held: 22 April 2016
 
4)  ELTE-MSD fellowship

CALL FOR JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAM BY EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY AND MSD HUNGARY

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
Sponsor	MSD Pharma Hungary
Areas of Focus:	Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Number of Positions:	1
Application Deadline:	30 April 2016
Start Date:	July 2016
Length of Program:	1 year (with the option of extension for 1 additional year)
Educational/Special Requirements: MA/MSc/MPH/PhD/ScD/DrPH in health economics, outcomes research, epidemiology, pharmacoeconomics, health services research, or a related area
Sites:	Eötvös Loránd University and MSD Hungary (50-50%, Budapest, Hungary)
 
For more details please visit:
http://old.tatk.elte.hu/news-english
 
5) Funded PhD opportunity at the University of Bristol


PhD project title: Economic analyses of a novel diagnostic device in endocrine disease

The University of Bristol is offering a 3-year full time PhD training post in health economics to start in October 2016. The award covers standard UK stipend (£14,296 in 16/17) and tuition fees (£4,121 in 16/17). 

The studentship is based with the Health Economics at Bristol (HEB) research group at the School of Social and Community Medicine (SSCM). 

For further details about the project and how to apply please see the FindAPhD advert

https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=74196

For further information about SSCM and HEB please see these websites. 

http://www.bris.ac.uk/social-community-medicine/ 
http://www.bris.ac.uk/social-community-medicine/centres/healthecon/ 

6) Vacancies in Technology Appraisals at NICE, London, UK

 
NICE Technology Appraisals team are advertising for more Technical Analyst positions, London, UK
 
The closing date for applications is 10 April 2016.
 
Details of the vacancies are below:
 
Band 8a: 1 x permanent / 2 x Fixed term contract until March 2018 / 1 x Fixed term contract until April 2017
Band 7: 2 x permanent
 
The adverts are available here: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/3c6bd8be4a805eccc714901cce21092d/?vac_ref=914129396 andhttp://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/f63a0d61d29d52ed62de2495d25f144e/?vac_ref=914129679

7) Job opportunity at CATALYST HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSULTANTS, UK

RESEARCHER AT CATALYST HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSULTANTS
 
Job Description
CATALYST Health Economics Consultants is seeking a researcher to join its team, providing health economics evidence to support clients' business development strategies.
 
Responsibilities
The successful applicant will participate in modelling the impact of diseases and technologies, including pharmaceuticals and medical devices, with an emphasis on economic evaluations, burden of illness analyses and patient reported outcomes. This will include the use of decision models, Markov models and budget impact models, in addition to economic analyses alongside clinical trials and patient preference studies. 
The role will also involve systematic literature reviews. Candidates should be capable of independently conducting components of research projects with guidance from senior staff. The role also requires a commitment to working in a team environment with an emphasis on collaboration and maintaining a positive relationship with colleagues and clients.
 
Qualifications
Candidates are required to have a deep understanding of the principles of health economics research. A post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline is essential, backed up with sound quantitative skills and experience in conducting literature reviews, economic evaluations or outcomes research. In particular, candidates are required to have experience in conducting cost-effectiveness and budget impact analyses. Experience of quality of life and patient preference research is desirable. Proficiency in statistical analyses of clinical trial data would be advantageous. Experience of more than one European health care system is also desirable. 
 
Excellent communication and organisational skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects and deliver high quality work within timelines is essential. Fluent spoken and excellent written English is mandatory for this position.
 
Computer Skills 
Candidates should have advanced skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience of discrete event simulation software, conjoint analysis and data analysis software (such as SPSS) would be advantageous.
 
About CATALYST
CATALYST is a well established, successful health economics and outcomes research consultancy, as demonstrated by our track record of peer reviewed publications. We provide global consultancy services to healthcare manufacturers, with a focus on economic evaluations, burden of illness analyses and patient reported outcomes studies. 
 
More information about the company can be found on the website at www.catalyst-health.com. CATALYST is an equal opportunities employer and committed to a flexible and friendly working environment.
 
Those interested in joining a leading consultancy where they can play a truly influential role should send their CV, in confidence, by 22 April 2016 to: Prof. Julian Guest, Managing Director, CATALYST Health Economics Consultants Ltd, 34b High Street, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1BN, UK. Tel: +44 1923 450045; E-mail: [log in para visualizar]

8) HERC, University of Oxford: Job adverts - Senior Researchers in Health Economics

Senior Researcher in Health Economics
NDPH, New Richards Building, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford
 
Grade 8: £38,896 - £46,414 p.a.
•        Vacancy ID: 122903
•        Contact Phone: 01865 743629 / Contact Email: [log in para visualizar]
•        The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 9 May 2016.
•        Interviews are likely to take place on 23 - 24 May 2016.
•        External Link
 
The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching.
 
Based within NDPH, the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) is a thriving group of health economists, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence in this field.
 
We are seeking an experienced, full-time (although part-time considered) Researcher to contribute to the development of a programme of work in the field of developing economic analyses using large randomised controlled trials in the field of chronic diseases, ensuring best practice is followed in terms of analytic methods, modelling and presentation of results. Development of a programme of work in the field of lipid modification therapy for reducing cardiovascular risk and/or a new diagnostic tool for liver disease will be the focus of the post in the first instance. You will also be expected to actively explore the potential for further collaborations, supervise junior colleagues and contribute to HERC’s graduate teaching programme.
 
To be considered for this post you will have a PhD/DPhil in a relevant discipline (e.g. economics, mathematics, statistics, epidemiology or other quantitative discipline) as well as a proven track record of previous research in a relevant field. You will have strong analytical and data analysis skills (e.g. an experience in developing clinical/ health studies, handling individual patient databases, developing disease models), and an established (inter)national reputation and publication record. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also essential for this role.
 
The post is fixed term for 3 years in the first instance. Informal enquires should be addressed to Dr Borislava Mihaylova ([log in para visualizar]). If no suitable applicant is forthcoming at Grade 8 an appointment at Grade 7 (£30,738 - £37,768 p.a.) could be considered with appropriate adjustment of duties.
Senior Researcher in Health Economics
NDPH, New Richards Building, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford
 
Grade 8: £38,896 - £46,414 p.a.
•        Vacancy ID: 122972
•        Contact Phone: 01865 743629 / Contact Email: [log in para visualizar]
•        The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 9 May 2016.
•        Interviews are likely to take place on 23 - 24 May 2016.
•        External Link
 
The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching.
 
Based within NDPH, the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) is a thriving group of health economists, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence in this field.
 
We are seeking an experienced, full-time (although part-time considered) researcher to contribute to the development of a programme of work in the field of a diagnosis, treatment and management of chronic diseases, ensuring best practice is followed in terms of analytic methods, modelling and presentation of results. A large programme of work in the field of a new diagnostic modality for liver disease will be the focus of employment in the first instance. You will also be expected to actively explore the potential for further collaborations, supervise junior colleagues and contribute to HERC’s graduate teaching programme.
 
To be considered for this post you will have a PhD/DPhil in a relevant discipline (e.g. economics, mathematics, statistics, epidemiology) as well as a proven track record of previous research in a relevant field. You will have strong analytical and data analysis skills (e.g. an experience in developing clinical/health studies, handling individual patient data, developing disease models), and an established (inter)national reputation and publication record. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also essential for this role.
 
The post is fixed-term for 3 years in the first instance Informal enquires should be addressed to Dr Borislava Mihaylova ([log in para visualizar]). or Dr Joel Smith ([log in para visualizar]). If no suitable applicant is forthcoming at Grade 8 an appointment at Grade 7 (£30,738 - £37,768 p.a.) could be considered with appropriate adjustment of duties.

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