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1) Technical analyst (economics), NICE Centre for Guidelines, Manchester, UK

Technical analyst (economics)
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
 
Location:  Manchester
Salary: NHS Agenda for Change Band 7: £37,570 - £43,772 per annum
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Contract Type:  Permanent
Job Ref:  907-NICE787
 
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.
 
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance and advice on promoting high quality health, public health and social care.
 
The Centre for Guidelines is a world-leading authority in developing clinical, public health and social care guidelines. It provides recommendations for the NHS and local authorities on appropriate prevention, treatment and care options for people in England, based on systematic appraisal of the best available evidence of effectiveness and cost effectiveness. We are recruiting a Band 7 Technical analyst (economics). Working collaboratively within a small multidisciplinary team, the post-holder will provide advice and technical support to committees on economic issues during development and updating of guidelines. This includes systematically identifying and appraising economic evidence to address key health and social care questions and preparing structured summaries of the evidence. The post holder will also undertake the development of original, applied decision models and analyses that will be used to inform the deliberations of the guideline committee (comprising decision-makers who are predominantly clinical, public health, social care and patient experts with limited formal expertise in economics). The primary requirement for the position is demonstrable ability in the practical application of mathematical modelling to inform real-world decision problems:
 
-          You should have skills and experience in decision-analytic modelling, ideally gained in the context of economic evaluation for health, public health or social care.
-          Expert ability in the analysis and synthesis of quantitative data is essential
-          You will also need the ability to communicate the methods and results of complex analyses to a range of audiences, both orally and in writing.
-          At present, the team has a preference for models developed in MS Excel, R, TreeAge and/or WinBUGS; however, applications from candidates with experience in other platforms are welcome.
 
The post-holder will have the opportunity to extend their own skills in modelling and economics and contribute to methodological developments in the field. Our technical analysts are supported to publish their research in high-impact journals and present it at international conferences. The post will be line-manged by a Band 8B Technical adviser (economics). 'To view the job description/person specification and apply, please visit the NHS Jobs website (https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/).
 
Please note that we are also advertising a related role for a Band 8A Senior technical analyst (economics). The responsibilities of post-holders for the 2 jobs are similar when it comes to development work (that is, original economic analysis to support committees developing guidance); however, the Senior technical analyst (economics) is expected to work with a greater degree of autonomy. In addition, the Senior technical analyst (economics) has responsibilities for quality-assuring economic aspects of guidelines developed by other teams, whereas the Technical analyst (economics) is solely focused on development work. If you think you have skills and experience that goes beyond the person specification for this vacancy, you may wish to review our advert for a Senior technical analyst (economics).
 
Closing date for applications: 1 May 2019. No late applications will be accepted.
 
Interview date: 24 May 2019 in Manchester.

2) Senior technical analyst (economics)

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
 
Location:  Manchester
Salary: NHS Agenda for Change Band 8A: £44,606 - £50,819 per annum
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Job Ref:  907-NICE788
 
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.
 
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance and advice on promoting high quality health, public health and social care.
 
The Centre for Guidelines is a world-leading authority in developing clinical, public health and social care guidelines. It provides recommendations for the NHS and local authorities on appropriate prevention, treatment and care options for people in England, based on systematic appraisal of the best available evidence of effectiveness and cost effectiveness. We are recruiting a Band 8A Senior technical analyst (economics). Working collaboratively within a small multidisciplinary team, you will provide advice and technical support to committees on economic issues during development and updating of guidelines. This includes systematically identifying and appraising economic evidence to address key health and social care questions and preparing structured summaries of the evidence.
 
You will also undertake the development of original, applied decision models and analyses that will be used to inform the deliberations of the guideline committee (comprising decision-makers who are predominantly clinical, public health, social care and patient experts with limited formal expertise in economics).
 
Providing a quality assurance function, you will be involved in reviewing guidelines produced by other developers to ensure that they reflect the economic evidence appropriately. When undertaking quality assurance, the post holder will also ensure that economic modelling and statistical analyses produced by the developer have been conducted robustly, are in line with NICE’s methods and are free from technical errors. The post holder will also have the opportunity to mentor junior analysts. The primary requirement for the position of Senior Technical analyst (economics) is demonstrable ability in the practical application of mathematical modelling to inform real-world decision problems:
 
•	You should have skills and experience in decision-analytic modelling, ideally gained in the context of economic evaluation for health, public health or social care
•	Expert skills in the analysis and synthesis of quantitative data are essential, as is the ability to communicate the methods and results of complex analyses to a range of audiences, both orally and in writing
•	At present, the team has a preference for models developed in MS Excel, R, TreeAge and/or WinBUGS; however, applications from candidates with experience in other platforms are welcome.
 
The post-holder will have the opportunity to extend their own skills in modelling and economics and contribute to methodological developments in the field. Our Senior technical analysts are supported to publish their research in high-impact journals and present it at international conferences. The post will be line-manged by a Band 8B Technical adviser (economics). To view the job description/person specification and apply, please visit the NHS Jobs website (https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/).
 
Please note that we are also advertising a related role for a Band 7 Technical analyst (economics). The responsibilities of post-holders for the 2 jobs are similar when it comes to development work (that is, original economic analysis to support committees developing guidance); however, the Senior technical analyst (economics) is expected to work with a greater degree of autonomy. In addition, the Senior technical analyst (economics) has responsibilities for quality-assuring economic aspects of guidelines developed by other teams, whereas the technical analyst (economics) is solely focused on development work. If you think this job looks interesting, but you do not have the skills and experience to meet the person specification, you may wish to review our advert for a Technical analyst (economics).
 
Closing date for applications: 1 May 2019. No late applications will be accepted.
 
Interview date: 17 May 2019 in Manchester.

3) PhD opportunities, Exeter, UK

The Health Economics Group at Exeter have two exciting PhD opportunities in Health Economics. The successful candidates will be aligned to a hub of up to six Health Economics and Health Statistics PhD students, at different stages of completion, working on topics including causal modelling, discrete choice experiments and big data analysis.  More details below:
 
PhD in Health Economics joint with Queensland University, Australia (deadline 19th May 2019).
Exeter University is hosting an exciting PhD opportunity that combines the Health Economics expertise and early cancer diagnosis at the University of Exeter UK and University of Queensland Australia, working with Antonieta Medina-Lara, Anne Spencer, Steve Birch andLaura Deckx.  For more details and to apply please visit: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/quex/phds/opportunities/
 
PhD in Health Economics alongside a large randomised controlled trial (deadline 18th May 2019).
Exeter University is leading the ERICA randomised controlled trail examining strategies to expedite early cancer diagnosis. This PhD will explore the Health Economics aspects of this trial, working with Dr Antonieta Median Lara and Professor Anne Spencer, and a Health Economics Research Fellow.  For more details and to apply please visit: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/award/?id=3522

4) Three exciting job opportunities for health economists with the International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI)

The International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) is pleased to announce three exciting job opportunities. The first is a Senior Policy Analyst based in London at the Center for Global Development (CGD), the second and third are Technical Advisors with The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in Kenya and South Africa.
 
Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Global Development (London)
 
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Policy Analyst (Health Economist) at the Center for Global Development (CGD).  CGD is an independent, non-partisan research organization in Washington DC and London, which works to reduce global poverty and improve lives through innovative economic research that drives better policy and practice by the world's top decision makers. The Senior Policy Analyst will join the CGD Global Health Policy program, based in its London office. The post-holder will perform a range of project research, economic analyses, and other duties in support of the Global Health Policy program with a strong focus on the work of theInternational Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) in the Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia regions. The successful candidate will have experience with research and policy analysis in economics, health, public policy, political science or a related field. The candidate must demonstrate outstanding analytic skills, both in academic research and applied policy analysis as well as organizational skills and experience with stakeholder management in a global environment.
 
See job advert here
https://centerforglobaldevelopment.applytojob.com/apply/UfYZYCvDOD/Senior-Policy-Analyst-International-Decision-Support-Initiative-iDSI-Global-Health-Policy
 
Two CHAI Technical Advisors (South Africa and Kenya)
 
The Technical Advisors will be an integral part of the CHAI team and iDSI network, working on joint objectives of institutionalizing and capacity building for evidence-informed priority setting in LMIC health systems. The Technical Advisors will be key members of CHAI’s health financing program, and will be central to the successful delivery of the International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) Sub-Saharan Africa Program. Taking a leadership role on a range of activities, the role will involve technical assistance to governments, and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders at national, regional and global levels. The Technical Advisors will bring relevant experience to provide technical, strategic and process management support to design and implementation of benefits planning and priority setting in Sub-Saharan countries.  
 
We are recruiting for two positions. One advisor will be based in Kenya focusing part of their time on Kenya’s Universal Health Coverage Reform and another will be based in South Africa focusing part of their time on South Africa’s phased National Health Insurance reform, working with CHAI’s country teams. The remainder of their time will be working across countries including but not limited to Rwanda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi and Eswatini. Throughout these engagements, he or she will work closely with CHAI teams and iDSI to support regional knowledge sharing and engage regional and global stakeholders.
 

https://careers-chai.icims.com/jobs/9038/technical-advisor%2c-health-financing/job