1) Health Economist, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
Health Economist – Deadline 2nd July 2018
The Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Science Population Health is a thriving, top ranked, centre of primary care research. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join the growing health economics team to support the department’s research infrastructures in multi-morbidity and long term conditions and diagnostic test, and contribute to the department’s diverse clinical research programmes.
Location: Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford
Salary: £31,604 to £38,833 p.a. (pro rata for part-time) Grade 7
Hours: Full time or Part time
Contract type: Fixed term for 2 years in the first instance
Deadline: 12.00 noon on Monday 2 July 2018
Interview: The week beginning 16 July 2018.
More details and how to apply: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BKG867/health-economist/
If you would like to discuss the post, please contact Dr.Yaling.Yang ([log in para visualizar] or 01865617189).
2) Health Economics Posts at Newcastle University, UK
Applications are invited for enthusiastic and highly motivated Research Assistant/Research Associate/Senior Research Associates to work within our highly successful Health Economics research team.
Research Assistant £27,285 - £28,936
Research Associate £29,799 - £31,604 (with progression to £38,833)
Senior Research Associate £39,992 - £42,418 (with progression to £47,722)
Successful candidates will be appointed to a suitable point on the common payscale according to qualifications and experience.
You will be self motivated, have excellent communication and writing skills with the ability to bid for research funds. A PhD or MSc in Health Economics is essential at Senior level, with an MSc in Health Economics (or a closely related subject) being required at Associate level, along with experience of carrying out research within agreed timelines, meeting project milestones and producing research to an appropriate standard. A good first degree in Economics or a related discipline is essential at Assistant level.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Professor Luke Vale [log in para visualizar]
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Full details of the post are available at www.ncl.ac.uk/vacancies
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3) Research officer in health economics Bangor University CHEME, Wales.
The Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME) at Bangor University is currently advertising for a research officer in health economics. https://jobs.bangor.ac.uk/details.php.en?id=QLYFK026203F3VBQB7V68LOTX&nPostingID=3798&nPostingTargetID=4048&mask=stdext&lg=UK
The candidate will have already gained their PhD. Deadline for applications is 4th July 2018. Informal enquires [log in para visualizar]
4) Health Economist (Fixed-term) at Nottingham, UK
Health Economist (Fixed-term)
Rehabilitation & Ageing
Location: UK Other
Salary: £26,495 to £28,936 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Closing Date: Friday 06 July 2018
Applications are invited for a Research Assistant (Health Economist) post based in the School of Medicine.
The post will be accountable to the Professor of Health Economics, Professor Marilyn James. Although based in the Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing, the post will play a School-wide role across the whole School of Medicine (SoM) and with external research partners. The SoM are seeking to invest in and expand its health economics staff within the SoM at Nottingham. The role holder will join an existing team of health economists within the Division. Further health economists are employed within the School of Medicine and across the University.
The successful candidate will work on a range of projects both new and existing. These will include an NIHR RfPB - MiPain - Intravenous Morphine compared with Intravenous Paracetamol for Pain Relief in Patients Presenting with Acute Fractured Neck of Femur to the Emergency Department: A randomised, Double-Blind Non-inferiority TrialMipain; a EME funded study- BRiGHTMIND – A Randomised double-blind controlled trial of connectivity guided theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation versus repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for treatment resistant moderate to severe depression: evaluation of efficacy, cost effectiveness and mechanism of action; a CLAHRC funded study on health anxiety and further HTAs and Programme Grants.
The role enables the post holder to develop their skills across the full spectrum of economic evaluation from project inception and design to successful completion and analysis. This will include the calculation of intervention costs in each study; outcome analysis and cost effectiveness and cost utility analysis of the study interventions including ICERs and CEACs where appropriate.The post is ideal for a health economist who wishes to gain career experience and a track record in publications.
The candidate must have a higher degree in health economics or with a major component in health economics and have evidence of applying health economics methods in the health care setting.Training and skills in health economics are required, as are research training and experience in the various health economic evaluation methods. Candidates must also have the ability to communicate well with researchers who have little or no knowledge of health economics.
This post will be offered on a full-time basis (36.25 hours per week) and is fixed-term for a period of two years. Job share arrangements may be considered for this post.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Marilyn James, email [log in para visualizar] Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.
5) Graduate Research Assistant (Graduate Trainee) in Health Economics, based at Exeter University UK
Graduate Research Assistant (Graduate Trainee) in Health Economics
Health Economics Group, Institute of Health Research
This full time health economics post, within the Health Economics Group at the University of Exeter Medical School is available immediately on a fixed term basis for 2 years and 6 months.
The University of Exeter is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities. We combine world-class teaching with world-class research, and have achieved a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework Award 2017. The University of Exeter has over 22,000 students and 4600 staff from 180 different countries and has been rated the WhatUni2017 International Student Choice. Our research focuses on some of the most fundamental issues facing humankind today, with 98% of our research rated as being of international quality in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
This position will support the development of a talented individual, by providing the necessary support and training to become a specialist in health economics. This exciting new post will provide training and research experience in Health Economics, including an opportunity to study for a Masters in Health Economics, part-time, whilst gaining valuable research experience in Health Economics over a range of projects taking place in the University of Exeter Medical School.
The Health Economics Group is one of 15 Groups working within the Institute of Health Research. Health Economics in Exeter is thriving and is a key discipline underpinning methodological and applied research in the Institute and more broadly across the University of Exeter Medical School and its internal and external partners. Working in the Health Economics Group you will have the opportunity to join exciting research collaborations with a range of local, regional, national and international partners, and our close internal and external links will provide excellent opportunities to interact with other economists, statisticians, OR/modellers, psychologists, clinicians, and a wide range of related scientists.
The successful applicant will be looking for a career in academic research, will be ambitious, motivated, and have an undergraduate degree in a relevant area, ideally economics or a subject with economics as a major component, although those from other quantitative and/or health related disciplines (e.g. maths, statistics, operational research) are also encouraged to apply.
For study on a Masters in Health Economics course, the tuition fees will be paid by University of Exeter Medical School at the UK/EU rate. Please note that if the successful candidate comes from countries outside the European Union they will be liable for the difference between 'UK/EU- home student fees' and 'international student fees'.
To view the Job Description and Person Specification document please click here.
The University offers some fantastic benefits including generous holiday entitlements, options for flexible working, an onsite gym, parking and a stunning campus environment in the heart of Exeter. Take a look at our careers site for more information.
For an informal conversation regarding this post please contact Professor Anne Spencer, email [log in para visualizar] , or telephone (01392) 726044.
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The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer. We are officially recognised as a Disability Confident employer, an Athena Swan accredited institution and a Stonewall Diversity Champion. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce