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1) Research Fellow (Health Technology Assessment), Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Leeds

Research Fellow (Health Technology Assessment), Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Leeds, closing date 10 June 2018.
As part of the on-going development of the Academic Unit of Health Economics (AUHE), we are looking to appoint a Research Fellow to contribute to the research and teaching portfolio of the AUHE, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Health. The post is available immediately.

This is an exciting opportunity for a health economist to join a thriving health economic research team with a commitment to supporting and developing its members. We have a wide portfolio of funded research projects which provides the opportunity for you to gain experience in a broad range of health economic methods and their application and further develop your own areas of expertise and interests.

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2) Technical analyst (economics). National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Technical analyst (economics)
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Location: Manchester or London (relocation expenses to Manchester may be considered for an appropriate candidate)
Salary:	NHS Agenda for Change Band 7: £31,696–£41,787 per annum (plus high-cost area supplement for London)
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed on: 14 May 2018
Closes:	17 June 2018
Job Ref: 907-NICE644
This is an exciting job that presents a unique combination of opportunities: not only will you apply cutting-edge quantitative methods to conduct original, high-quality research, you will also present it to national policy-makers and contribute to their decision-making. You also get the satisfaction of knowing your work will directly improve health and social care in England. See our ‘week in the life’ document for an illustrative indication of what you can expect to do.
Informal pre-application enquiries:
Gabriel Rogers +44 (0)161 219 3855
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Ross Maconachie +44 (0)20 7045 2161
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3) Research Assistant & Masters Studentship in Health Economics and Decision Modelling, Sheffield, UK

We are seeking to appoint a part time Research Assistant and Masters Studentship in Health Economics and Decision Modelling at Grade 6 level. The post is within the Health Economics and Decision Science (HEDS) section of the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR). You will work within HEDS as part of the Health Economics and Modelling team, providing support to Health Economics/Decision Modelling research staff on a range of applied policy and methodical research.

The projects involve designing and undertaking health economic, statistical, and epidemiological modelling based analyses for policy and health technology. The work is for a wide range of decision makers. The funders/customers include the Department of Health, NICE, Public Health England, pharmaceutical companies, NHS organisations and the major UK research councils. 

This post is designed to undertake project work half time and at the same time, undertake part-time education on our Masters in Health Economics and Decision Modelling (HEDM). The MSc in HEDM aims to develop students to be working professionals in Health Technology Assessment (HTA), decision modelling and health economic evaluation. The Masters course fees will be paid for by the department, on behalf of the successful candidate. 

A graduate qualification in a numerate subject (e.g. statistic, economics, operational research, mathematics or quantitative sciences or social sciences) is essential and a post-graduate qualification or equivalent is desirable. 
We’re one of the best not-for-profit organisations to work for in the UK. The University’s Total Reward Package includes a competitive salary, a generous Pension Scheme and annual leave entitlement, as well as access to a range of learning and development courses to support your personal and professional development.
We build teams of people from different heritages and lifestyles whose talent and contributions complement each other to greatest effect. We believe diversity in all its forms delivers greater impact through research, teaching and student experience.
Follow @sheffielduni and @ShefUniJobs on Twitter for more information about what makes the University of Sheffield a remarkable place to work.
This post is fixed-term for 2 years and with a start date of 1st September 2018 (or as soon as possible thereafter).
Please follow this link for further information:

4) 2 x 3-year Research Fellow Positions (Economic evaluation and Choice Modelling) ANU, Australia

The Department of Health Services Research and Policy at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint two Research Fellows.

This is an excellent opportunity for two highly motivated researchers to join and make a significant contribution to a growing and vibrant multidisciplinary team of health economists and health service researchers, to deliver high quality research designed to have impact, based at one of the world’s top universities. 
Classification: ANU Academic Level B
Salary Package: $96,087 - $109,181 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Terms: Full time, Fixed Term appointment for 3 years

Position 1: Research Fellow with expertise in discrete choice experiments and choice modelling to contribute to the Department’s research portfolio exploring preferences, choice and behaviour of key decision makers in the health sector.  The successful candidate will work across several choice based methodological and applied projects and have the opportunity to develop and pursue their own research in this area.

Position 2: Research Fellow - Health Economist with expertise in economic evaluation. The successful candidate will work across a number of economic evaluation projects and will also have the opportunity to develop and pursue their own research in this area.
Position descriptions and selection criteria attached.

To apply online:

Application deadline:17 Jun 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time

For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Emily Lancsar on +61 2 6125 0446 or [log in para visualizar]

5) PhD in Health Economic Evaluation, Health Economic & Policy Analysis Centre (HEPAC), NUI Galway, Ireland

PhD fellowship in Health Economic Evaluation at theHealth Economics & Policy Analysis Centre (HEPAC), NUI Galway. 

The successful candidate will enroll as of September 1st 2018 on the full time structured PhD programme in Economics at NUI Galway and will receive a scholarship for four years, covering fees and a stipend of €16,000 per annum.
Project Description: Health economic evaluation methods are increasingly employed nationally and internationally to inform health policy and healthcare decision making. The PhD candidate will join a multidisciplinary research programme and will develop and deploy health economic evaluation methods for the analysis of healthcare interventions and/or health technologies in the Irish setting. The PhD candidate will be tasked with employing trial-based economic evaluation, decision model-based economic evaluation, and/or applied econometrics methodologies. 

Informal enquiries may be made to Paddy Gillespie via [log in para visualizar] 

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Paddy Gillespie via [log in para visualizar]
Further information about HEPAC is available at
Further information about Economics at NUI Galway is available at

The closing date for receipt of applications is June 15th 2018

6) Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (2 positions), Melbourne, Australia

Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (2 positions)
The Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic & Social Research at the University of Melbourne seeks a number of enthusiastic, motivated economists with research expertise in applied economic and social research. 

We are seeking to fill two positions working in the ‘Health and Healthcare’ theme with individuals with research interests and experience in the financing and organisation of healthcare systems.  In particular, those with experience in undertaking research on the behaviour of healthcare providers, the role of financial incentives for providers and patients, health insurance, and competition in healthcare are encouraged to apply. These positions would suit individuals with a background in industrial organisation, labour economics, or health economics. 

These positions are three-year fixed term positions with the possibility of renewal and promotion conditional on performance of the candidate and funding. All applications should include a cover letter, a C.V., a job-market paper, and letters of reference if available. 
Further information is here, including how to apply online:
7) Research Associate in Health Economics, University College London, UK

Department of Applied Health Research (DAHR), University College London, UK

We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate in Health Economics to be part of the new Rapid Service Evaluation Team (RSET). This is a collaboration between DAHR and the Nuffield Trust, which aims to conduct rapid evaluations of health and care service innovations. The RSET is funded by the NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research programme for five years. Research interests in any area of health economics are encouraged, but candidates will require skills and expertise in undertaking economic evaluations of service innovations in health care. 
The post is available immediately and is funded until 31 March 2023 in the first instance. Candidates will require a PhD degree in health economics or equivalent research experience. Appointment will be at Grade 6b (£30,316 -£31,967 per annum) or Grade 7 (£34,635 -£41,864 per annum).

If you would like to discuss the post please contact Professor Steve Morris: [log in para visualizar]

For any queries regarding the application process please contact Chloe Levelle: [log in para visualizar]

Closing Date for application: 7 June 2018

Further details:
Or, go to the UCL HR Vacancy Search Engine and search for Ref No 1725677