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1) Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
King's College London - Health Service and Population Research Department
Location:	London
Salary:	£40,386 to £57,353 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance Senior Lecturer: £58,494-£67,673 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance
Hours:	Full Time
Contract Type:	Permanent
Placed On:	26th January 2023
Closes:	23rd February 2023
Job Ref:	061886

Job description
King’s Health Economics, which is part of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, is seeking a new Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Health Economics.
KHE are a team of health economists with expertise in designing and conducting high quality economic evaluations of programmes and policies, that contribute to health care policy and practice in the UK and globally. We are looking for an ambitious early career researcher who is looking to move to an academic role or a more established academic looking for a senior lecturer role. You will have an interest and expertise in trial based economic evaluations and a willingness to develop your own research portfolio. You will be expected to generate research grant income via collaboration with colleagues both within and outside King’s, contribute to methodological developmental work, contribute to the line management and support of research staff, and contribute to the programme of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at King’s.
At King’s, we are deeply committed to embedding good equality and diversity practice into all of our activities so that the university is an inclusive, welcoming and inspiring place to work and study, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation.
We encourage and welcome applications from across the global community and all appointments are made solely on merit.
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract  
This is a full-time post - 100% full time equivalent
Key responsibilities 
•	To establish a portfolio of research projects through the development of collaborations with local, national and international clinical and research colleagues and the submission of high-quality research grant proposals and to ensure research funding and final report deadlines are met.  
•	To disseminate high quality, internationally recognised research outputs, including publications in high impact, peer-reviewed journals, conference presentations and social media.  
•	To first supervise between 1 and 2 postgraduate doctoral students and contribute to the development of other post graduate students through second supervision.  
•	To contribute to the teaching and student support responsibilities of KHE, including King’s Masters level health economics modules, supervision of King’s Masters student dissertations, and external requests for teaching and training as appropriate.  
•	To contribute to the wider academic world, through board and steering committee membership, peer review, advisory roles, public and patient engagement etc.  
•	The post holder will be expected to maintain and develop working relationships with internal (within King’s) and external research teams and organisations, and to maintain and develop internal and external research networks to promote KHE and health economics at King’s.  
•	The post holder will be expected to work autonomously to meet the health economics commitments on a portfolio of national and international leading research projects. Support will be available from the KHE Director and Deputy Directors.  
•	The job requires post-graduate health economics research skills that cover the full range of research methods, including proposal development, systematic literature review, economic study design, development of economic tools, database and data collection monitoring, data cleaning and analysis, and economic modelling. The post holder must be able to carry out relevant statistical and modelling analyses and lead on research paper production independently with co-author input.  
•	The post will involve daily work with computers and visual display units. The flexibility to travel within the UK and occasionally travel abroad would be an advantage. Part-time opportunities and flexible working will be considered.  

More details about the job can be found at: Contact details: Dr Barbara Barrett, [log in para visualizar] 

2) Job Advert for MUCHE, Sydney

Please find a link for a job advert we have open for an Associate Professor / Senior Research Fellow with a research interest in mental health for our Centre at Macquarie University, Australia.
3) Recruitment of Health Economist for NCHWS at ANU

The recently established National Centre for Health Workforce Studies (NCHWS) at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint a health economist/economist at either Academic level C Senior Research Fellow or level B Research Fellow.

Salary package: $107,475 to $143,433 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed Term (3 years)

For position description, selection criteria and to apply online: Home - Jobs - ANU: Recruitment of Health Economist for NCHWS at ANU

The recently established National Centre for Health Workforce Studies (NCHWS) at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint a health economist/economist at either Academic level C Senior Research Fellow or level B Research Fellow.

Salary package: $107,475 to $143,433 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed Term (3 years)

For position description, selection criteria and to apply online: Home - Jobs - ANU: Recruitment of Health Economist for NCHWS at ANU

The recently established National Centre for Health Workforce Studies (NCHWS) at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint a health economist/economist at either Academic level C Senior Research Fellow or level B Research Fellow.
Salary package: $107,475 to $143,433 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed Term (3 years)
For position description, selection criteria and to apply online: Home - Jobs - ANU:

For further information about this position please contact Professor Mark Cormack on [log in para visualizar]

4) PhD Opportunities in CHE 2023, York, UK

We are looking for exceptional students to apply for funded PhD opportunities at the Centre for Health Economics (CHE).

CHE are looking to fund studentships for exceptional applicants for the academic year 2023/24. Working with leaders in the field of Health Economics, successful applicants will work in one or more of the following topic areas:

Topic Areas
1:  Differentiated Services for Emergency Health Care
Supervisors: Martin Chalkley, Rita Santos and Peter Sivey
2:  Intergenerational transmission of early life adversity
Supervisors:  Rita Santos and Rowena Jacobs
3:  Health System Efficiency and Productivity: advancing research knowledge 
Supervisors:  Martin Chalkley, Adriana Castelli, Anastasia Arabadzhyan
4:  Evaluation of public policies on population health
Supervisors:  Nigel Rice, Peter Sivey, Susan Griffin
5:  The impact of supply and organisation of care settings for mental healthcare on patient outcomes

Supervisors:  James Gaughan and Rowena Jacobs
Full descriptions of each topic may be found toward the bottom of the page.
Supervision and research environment
Successful candidates will be supervised in CHE and will be registered through the Department of Economics and Related Studies at the University of York. This is an opportunity to work with researchers in one of the most successful health economics research groups in the UK. CHE has a leading international reputation, and is one of the world’s largest health economics research centres. You can find more out about study and research at CHE here.
CHE has an Athena SWAN Silver award which recognises our commitment to good practice in recruiting, retaining and supporting the careers of women. 
The award
The award will cover academic fees for the 2023/24 entry (at UK or international rates as appropriate) plus a maintenance stipend for 3 years (£17,668 in 2022/23).
Process for application
Applications should be received no later than Friday 17 March before 16.00 (UTC). 
Click here for more details about how to apply. 
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed face-to-face or via Zoom. The interviews will take place during April 2023 but the exact date is to be confirmed. At interview, candidates will be expected to give a short presentation on their proposed project including relevant literature, potential data sources and applicable methods.

5) 3 Postdoc positions at the Danish Centre for Health Economics (DaCHE)

The Danish Centre for Health Economics (DaCHE) at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is expanding!

We are looking for qualified and enthusiastic applicants to fill three postdoc positions in Health Economics. 

The positions will run for a period of three (perhaps four) years. The date of employment is negotiable.

Please find more information on this website:     

6) Lecturer in Health Economics & Health Policy Analysis, University of Bristol
Salary: Grade K: £46,047-£51,805
Contract type: Open ended with funding from 1st May 2023 until 30th April 2025 in the first instance
Location: University of Bristol and Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Integrated Care Board
Faculty/School/Group: Faculty of Health Sciences; Bristol Medical School; Health Economics Bristol
Reference no: ACAD106605
CLOSING DATE:  12th February 2023
The role:
Health Economics Bristol (HEB) is a dynamic team of health economists, decision modelers and policy researchers. We are active in both research and teaching and have strong collaborative links with local and national decision-makers. We have an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer in Health Economics and Health Policy Analysis to join our growing team. This position is well suited to an individual who is looking to advance their career in health economics and policy research and gain hands-on experience in policymaking in practice in a supportive and nurturing workplace.
What will you be doing?
Based within the HEB team, you will be encouraged to pursue your own research interests whilst working closely with colleagues at the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Integrated Care Board (BNSSG ICB) in the area of population health management, to assist decision-making in practice and support the executive team with health economic assessment of strategic investments. You will also contribute to our new and exciting MSc Health Economics and Health Policy Analysis, supporting our students through teaching and supervision. 
About you:
Apply for this position if you have:
•	A suitable research qualification (PhD or equivalent) relevant to health economics and/or health policy analysis
•	Experience of leading the development of research proposals and/or support of successful funding bids
•	Extensive experience of leadership and delivery of health economics and/or policy teaching
•	Strong publication record, with first author publications in peer-reviewed journals
•	The ability to communicate effectively and build a good rapport with a diverse range of colleagues
For further details and to apply, please click here  or go to and type in the reference number, ACAD106605.
Any questions?
Please get in touch if you have any questions about the vacancy.
Dr Sabina Sanghera [log in para visualizar]

7) Associate Professor
Health Services Research & Policy
Salary: 	£59,040 to £67,763 per annum, inclusive.
Closing Date: 	Monday 13 February 2023
Reference: 	PHP-HSRP-2023-01

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health. Our mission is to improve health and health equity in the UK and worldwide; working in partnership to achieve excellence in public and global health research, education, and translation of knowledge into policy and practice. 
We are seeking an excellent empirical researcher and educator to join the Department of Health Services Research & Policy as a Health Economist to conduct economic appraisals of health and social care interventions using data from trials conducted across low, middle and high income settings. 
The successful candidate will have demonstrable excellence in conducting economic evaluations that use trial data, and expertise in undertaking quantitative analyses in a common statistical package (such as STATA or R).  A commitment to mentorship of more junior colleagues is expected, as well as to multi-disciplinary and collaborative working within and beyond the School. 
The successful candidate will make a significant contribution to the strategic development of health economic appraisal alongside trial data, and will be expected to take a role within the LSHTM-Clinical Trials Unit and the pan-School Global Health Economics (GHECO) Centre.  The successful candidate will contribute to related teaching and research degree supervision. A doctoral degree in a relevant topis is essential. Further particulars are included in the job description. 
The post is full-time 35 hours per week, 1.0 FTE and fixed term for 4 years. The post is funded by the Faculty of Public Health and Policy. 
The salary will be on the Academic Pathway salary scale Grade 8 in the range £59,040 - £67,763 per annum (inclusive of London Weighting). The post will be subject to the LSHTM terms and conditions of service.  Annual leave entitlement is 30 working days per year, pro rata for part time staff. In addition, there are discretionary “Wellbeing Days”. Membership of the Pension Scheme is available. The post is based in London at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
The postholder will work closely with Professor Andrew Briggs in developing a research agenda to support health economic appraisal using trial information and potential candidates are strongly encouraged to contact him direct ([log in para visualizar]) for an informal discussion.

8) : Funded PhD Studentship with UDSB, University of Dundee

University of Dundee School of Business (UDSB) are currently advertising a PhD scholarship for a project on:
'Personal well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic'

The PhD will give you the opportunity to explore how personal well-being has evolved over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and to identify those social groups most affected by lockdown and other measures.  Specifically, you will investigate how satisfied individuals were with their life overall, whether they felt they had meaning and purpose in their life, and about their levels of happiness and anxiety. You will learn to answer research questions by applying econometric methods to large survey datasets and will thereby develop a range of valuable transferable skills for future employment. 

The scholarship will cover tuition fees (Home/International), stipend and research expenses for up to 4 years. The successful applicant will be expected to hold a good MSc in Economics, Health Economics or related quantitative social science discipline. 

The PhD will be supervised by Prof Paul Allanson and Dr Daniel Borbely. Interested students should contact Paul Allanson in the first instance to discuss their application. 

Further details, including the application procedure, are available on the advert at the FindaPhD site. The closing date for applications is Friday 31st March 2023, with interviews scheduled for April and a start date in May/June.