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1) UCL Research Fellow in Health Economics
 
University College London (UCL) is seeking applications for a Research Fellow in health economics to add to our growing group of health economists at the university. The post will be based in the Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health and provides a unique opportunity for an early career researcher who is looking to improve their skills and knowledge of health economic analysis alongside clinical trials. It would be particularly suited to an individual with training in economic evaluations and who is interested in maternity, sexual health and/or mental health services.
 
We are interested in candidates both with and without PhDs.
  
For further information or to apply to the post please see:  Research Fellow in Health Economics Ref: 1795385
 
Informal enquiries regarding this vacancy can be made to Rachael Hunter, [log in para visualizar] For queries regarding the application process please contact Ione Karney ([log in para visualizar] )
 
The closing date for applications is the 16th April 2019.
Interview date: 3rd May 2019 

 
2) University of Bristol Research Associate / Senior Research Associate Health Economics
 
The University of Bristol offers this exciting opportunity for an individual with training in health economics and who has a particular interest in randomised controlled trials (RCTs) to develop their career as an academic health economist. The successful applicant will join the Health Economics at the University of Bristol (HEB) research group (www.bristol.ac.uk/health-economics) and work closely with the Bristol Randomised Trials Collaboration (BRTC) Clinical Trials Unit (https://www.bristol.ac.uk/population-health-sciences/centres/brtc/). The main purpose of this job is to contribute to the Unit’s portfolio of high quality clinical and methodological research, particularly in the use of economic evaluation methods to generate and synthesize evidence based on randomised controlled trials.

Further details: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/jobs/find/
Job number: ACAD103824
Closing date for applications 03-Apr-2019

For informal enquiries please contact [log in para visualizar]

3) Senior Lecturer in Health Statistics

Diary id: PAR 2019/255
Employment level: Open ended
Location: Institute of Medicine
Apply by: 2019-04-17

Health Metrics at the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine conducts teaching, research and consultations on health statistics, epidemiological methods, and health economics. The teaching is carried out within the health educational programs at the Sahlgrenska Academy as well as in PhD level courses on quantitative research methods. The research is generally applied and is often carried out in collaboration with clinical and health researchers. We work with both large health register data sets as well as based on clinical trials. Some independent research with methodological focus is also carried out

Subject area
Health Statistics

Subject area description
Health Statistics at the Health Metrics unit, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Institute of Medicine, has a primary focus on applied statistical analyses in the health and medical sciences. Parts where we have substantial teaching and research include survival analysis, causal inference, econometrics, multivariate methods. The unit also has a role to coordinate all teaching and research in health and medical statistics at the medical faculty (Sahlgrenska Academy) at the university of Gothenburg.

Job assignments
The work tasks include teaching health and medical statistics in one or more of the degree programs at the Sahlgrenska Academy and conduct independent research on topics related to applied health and medical statistics. Moreover, tasks include research and statistical consulting in interdisciplinary research teams at the Sahlgrenska Academy, Sahlgrenska University Hospital and the Västra Götaland region. It is also expected that the candidate will actively seek external research funding as a principal investigator as well as a part in other research groups. Some administrative duties are also part of the position. Teaching is most often conducted in English, but some courses/workshops are given in Swedish. If the candidate is not able to teach in Swedish upon appointment, it is expected that the candidate will be able to do so within a number of years.

Eligibility
The qualifications for academic positions are given in Chapter 4, Section 3 - 4 of the Higher Education Ordinance.

PhD in Statistics, Health/Medical Statistics, or Mathematical Statistics. Terminal degrees in other statistical areas (e.g. epidemiology or econometrics) may be substituted on a case-by-case basis. Demonstrated pedagogical skills are also required.

Assessment
Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for academic positions are given in Chapter 4, Section 3 - 4 of the Higher Education Ordinance.

Pedagogical and research qualifications will be equally important in evaluating applicants. The evaluation of research will rely strongly on the proposed statistical research program and its relevance to the work carried out at Health Metrics. Of importance is also experience in applied statistical analyses of health and medical data from clinical trials and/or from large health registers. Experience of statistical consulting with clinical and medical research groups is also an important criterion. In terms of pedagogical qualifications, primary focus will be on experience of teaching statistics to students in health and medical degree programs with no prior background of (university-level) statistics or mathematics.

Fluency in English is required. Swedish language skill is not necessary, but is a merit considering that some of our courses in the undergraduate programs are taught in Swedish.

Applications that have no formal certificates/courses on university level pedagogy are expected to complete such training during the first year of employment.

Employment
1-2 employments, full time permanent positions, located at The Institute of Medicine. First day of employment is by agreement.

For further information:
Professor Mikael Svensson, [log in para visualizar], 4631-786 67 83.

More information: https://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/vacancies-details/?id=3930

4) Job vacancy: Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York

The Centre for Health Economics (CHE), wishes to appoint a Research Fellow at Grade 6/7 to work on a long-term project awarded through the UKRI Collective Fund ‘Growing Capability’ Award titled: GCRF Thanzi la Onse (Health of All), in collaboration with project partners in the UK, Malawi and Uganda.  The project centres on supporting health and health care resource allocation decisions in sub-Saharan Africa, and involves collaboration with specialisms in epidemiology and modelling, as well as politics and governance. 

The main duties of the role are to conduct research under the supervision of senior colleagues and to contribute to the production of research. This will also include communicating the results of research to different groups through written reports and papers, presentations at conferences and other forums, and at workshops and other meetings. You will be required to assist in the identification and development of potential areas of research and the development of proposals for independent or collaborative research projects

In addition at Grade 7 the post holder would:
•	Supervise the research activities of less experienced colleagues, providing expert advice and guidance
•	Participate actively in the planning and management of research projects more generally (e.g. communication with relevant stakeholders)
•	Lead on or contribute to the leadership of the production of research outputs and research outcomes
•	Attend departmental meetings as required and undertake appropriate managerial and administrative tasks in connection with the research activity

A Master’s degree in economics is essential in both roles, with a significant focus on health economics; and a PhD or comparable experience in health economics is essential for appointees at Grade 7 and desirable for appointees at Grade 6.  Well-developed analytical skills, including a strong quantitative background and knowledge of relevant areas of economics to engage in high quality research is required.  Experience of conducting research in health economics, development economics with a health focus, public health or health policy, and within African health systems is desirable. Appointees to Grade 7 are required to demonstrate ability to source research funding and supervise research activities of less experienced staff.

The post is full-time, although applications for part-time working will be considered (minimum of 0.8FTE), on a fixed-term basis of 24 months (for appointees to Grade 6) and open contract (for Grade 7 appointees)

Informal enquiries may be made to Paul Revill ([log in para visualizar]) or Trish Smith ([log in para visualizar]).

Full details here: https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=380952
Closing date: 22 April 2019

5) Job vacancy: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Health Economics, University of York

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a joint appointment between the Hull York Medical School (HYMS) and the Centre for Health Economics (CHE) to appoint a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Reader in Health Economics dedicated to mental health economics and policy. The appointee will conduct their research within CHE and contribute to teaching in the Medical School. This appointment is part of a key strategic institutional focus aimed at strengthening mental health research at the University of York. The successful candidate will contribute to internationally outstanding research and scholarship, applying an economic perspective to the analysis and evaluation of mental health policy which is a core element of CHE's research agenda.

Role
We are seeking an individual with a demonstrable interest in / track record of research in mental health economics and mental health policy. The successful candidate will be conversant with the range of research methods used in health economics applicable to mental health including their application to potentially large and complex / linked data. The appointee will provide leadership in the teaching of health economics within the Medical School.

The main duties of the role include planning, managing and conducting research projects related to the economics of mental health. This will include communicating the results of research to different groups and contributing to the production of research outputs. Duties include the delivery of lectures for undergraduate students on Health Economics, including curriculum development. At Senior Lecturer / Reader level, duties include the supervision of research activities of less experienced colleagues, providing expert advice and guidance, and developing research proposals to funding organisations.
Skills, experience and qualifications needed:
•	PhD in economics or a quantitative subje
ct or equivalent experience
•	national/international reputation in the economics of mental health and/or mental health policy experience
•	ability to manage research projects related to the economics of mental health
•	ability to design and deliver lectures for undergraduate students on health economics
•	In addition, at Senior Lecturer / Reader level:
•	experience of generating new and  innovative research ideas, identifying opportunities for collaborative research, and developing research projects generating external research funding
 
The post is available full-time although applications for flexible or part-time working (minimum of 0.8 FTE) will be considered.

Informal research related enquiries can be made to Professor Rowena Jacobs: [log in para visualizar] +44 (0)1904 321425. 

For more general queries about CHE please contact Trish Smith: [log in para visualizar] +44 (0)1904 321444.

Full details: https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=380659

Closing date: 15 May 2019

Interviews: 14 June 2019

6) Subject: Opportunity at UEA - Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics

We have an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics to join our team at the Health Economics Group, University of East Anglia, Norwich. Further details can be accessed via this link:
 
https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/pages/vacancy.jsf?vacancyRef=ATR1462
 
Norwich Medical School
Health Economics Group
 
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics ∙ REF: ATR1462
 
£42,036 to £48,677 per annum or £50,132 to £58,089 per annum
 
We are seeking an innovative Lecturer or Senior Lecturer to contribute to the Group’s research and teaching profile. You will take a leadership role and teach within our Master of Science in Health Economics to ensure the course thrives as a flagship postgraduate course for the Norwich Medical School.
 
As an ATR staff member, you will develop your own research in health economics by contributing to funding applications and developing collaborations. Ideally, your research interests will be aligned with the wider research themes of the Public Health & Health Services Research Theme and Norwich Medical School. You will contribute to world-leading health economics research and to the teaching and education of health economics, medical and other students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
 
For appointment as Lecturer, you will be able to demonstrate an emerging track record of internationally excellent/world leading peer-reviewed publications and ability for successfully contributing to competitively-funded research projects.
 
For appointment as Senior Lecturer, you will be able to demonstrate a sustained track record of internationally excellent/world leading peer-reviewed publications that is at least internationally excellent (3*/4* in REF terms) as well as a track record of successfully attaining income for competitively-funded research projects.
 
This post is available on a full time, 5 year fixed-term basis.
 
Closing date:  16 April 2019.

To apply for this vacancy, please follow the online instructions at: https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/
The Norwich Medical School is a Silver Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Gold.
 
7) Vacancy: Professor of Health Economics, UCL, London, UK

 
The Department of Applied Health Research at University College London invites applications for the position of Professor of Health Economics to provide senior strategic leadership in applied health economics at UCL. This will involve collaborating with researchers at UCL by providing health economics input into research applications and funded studies, developing their own research interests, providing leadership in health economics research in NIHR CLAHRC North Thames and its successor, and playing an active role in teaching and PhD supervision.
 
The successful candidate will have a distinguished record of accomplishment in health economics applied to health services and delivery research. Candidates will have a continuing record of attracting external funding to support research activity, and experience of teaching health economics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Applicants are expected to have a PhD or equivalent qualification in health economics or a related discipline.
 
This is an open-ended core funded academic appointment and is available from 1st June 2019.
 
A job description and person specification can be accessed here:
https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engine/jobs.cgi?SID=amNvZGU9MTc5OTYxNSZ2dF90ZW1wbGF0ZT05NjUmb3duZXI9NTA0MTE3OCZvd25lcnR5cGU9ZmFpciZicmFuZF9pZD0wJnZhY2Zpcm0udmFjdGl0bGU9aGVhbHRoIGVjb25vbWljcyZwb3N0aW5nX2NvZGU9MjI0
 
Alternatively, go to the “Jobs at UCL” webpage here:
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-resources/working-ucl/jobs-ucl
and search for “health economics” in the job title.
 
Informal enquiries about the post should be made to Prof Rosalind Raine ([log in para visualizar]). 
 
Closing date for applications: 30 April 2019

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