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1) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics

We are seeking a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics to join our team at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. Further details can be accessed via this link:
Norwich Medical School
Health Economics Group 
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Economics - REF: ATR1472
£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. 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. 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. 
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: 25 June 2019
2) Health economics/modelling roles - Aquarius Population Health - King's Cross, London, UK

Current openings for health economics/modelling posts (Analyst, Interns), based in King’s Cross, London
Aquarius Population Health is an exciting and innovative healthcare consultancy based in London. Our mission is to generate evidence to inform and support rational decision-making in healthcare. Our clients and collaborators come from the broad spectrum of life-science organisations, from start-ups to the largest multinationals. We work on projects spanning medtech, pharma and service delivery, collaborating with industry partners, healthcare providers, charities, academia and government.
We are growing on health economics and modelling team, and have openings for an Analyst and Interns with health economics/modelling experience. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants with experience in R (modelling, data analysis, Shiny). This is a full-time post based in Tileyard Studios (King’s Cross, London), to help us expand the work we offer; competitive salary and benefits offered.
Please see job descriptions by clicking on the links below and visit our website to apply
•	Analyst
•	Intern

We are also always considering individuals for the Associate and Consultant posts.
For an informal discussion about the position, please ring me on 0207 993 2930 or email ([log in para visualizar]). You can learn more about Aquarius here.

3) Research Assistant, Research Associate or Senior Research Associate, Newcastle University, UK

Applications are invited for an enthusiastic and highly motivated Research Assistant, Research Associate or Senior Research Associate to work within our highly successful Health Economics research team.    Closing date is 27th June  

4) 2 PhD opportunities at the University of Bristol, UK

The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West (NIHR CLAHRC West) and University of Bristol is inviting applications for two fully-funded PhD studentships to commence in October 2019. For eligible students the studentship will cover UK/EU tuition fees plus an annual tax-free stipend of at least £14,800 for 3 years full-time. Students will be based in CLAHRC West, Whitefriars and Population Health Sciences, Canynge Hall, University of Bristol
PhD studentships are linked to CLAHRC West research aims and priority areas. As well as the scientific quality of the proposal and strength of the supervisory team, projects have been selected on the basis of congruence with CLAHRC West aims and objectives, and relevance to the needs and priorities of the wider health and care system. The two projects are:
•	Cost-effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for children on the Edge of Care: a mixed methods study
•	Investigating treatment-decision making in the context of de-implementation
Deadline for applications 30th June 2019
Find our more details, including how to apply:
Project 1
Project 2

5) Research Fellow / Senior Research Fellow in health economics of genomics, Sydney, Australia

We are recruiting a Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow to join the School of Public Health. The position will be investigating the health economics of genomics, a rapidly moving and expanding area. 
For more information, please see here.,CurBID,jobsListKey&lid=76224380008

6) Analyst, Health Economics. MYO Health. Athens, Greece.

MYO Health ( is a dedicated Health Economics consulting group providing services to the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries since 2004. Out of our office in Athens, we support clients internationally with a main focus in the United States and Greece. We are looking for a driven, energetic individual to fill in the position of Analyst in our growing team. This is a full-time post based in our offices in Athens, Greece. Perfect fluency in both English and Greek is a must.

  Conduct literature search 
  Conduct other original health economics related research 
  Extract and synthesize data to populate economic models and/or reimbursement dossiers for submission in Greece and/or the United States
  Contribute to the development of health economic models, decision analyses, cost optimization studies, budget impact models, return on investment models, decision tools, etc.
  Contribute to the design and implementation of questionnaires, interviews and/or focus groups, to collect health economic data
  Contribute to the preparation of proposals, the authoring of manuscripts and reimbursement dossiers,  consulting reports and presentations
  Provide support on other health economic consulting activities

  Skilled in the day-to-day management of tasks
  Able to work on multiple projects against tight deadlines 
  Work well with other MYO consultants, external advisors and clients, able to communicate efficiently
  Good interpersonal skills
  Strong analytic and research skills
  Excellent writing skills
  Excellent presentation skills
  Fluency in English (oral and written) is absolutely essential
  Fluency in Greek (oral and written) is absolutely essential

  Masters or PhD in Health Economics
  Minimum 1 year of work experience (including any paid assignment/s during studies)

Competitive salary. Negotiable depending on qualifications.  Regular performance review (max 1 year) with potential for professional development and other benefits. 
Applying for this position

To apply for this position, please send you CV to [log in para visualizar], along with a cover letter explaining the following:
  why you are fit for this position 
  how you meet each one of the skills requirements
  how this position is meeting your career aspirations

7) Research Fellow vacancy at Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

The Rowett Institute at the University of Aberdeen has a current vacancy for a Research Fellow to work in the Food, Health and Wellbeing theme.
The candidate should have post-graduate qualifications to PhD level (or very near to completion) within the fields of economics or agricultural economics. Understanding and experience analysing (i.e., using econometric methods and statistics) agricultural and food economics data (e.g., production, consumption), the interaction of food, health (nutrition) and the environment and clearly reporting results are essential. Excellent communication skills are also essential, as is the ability to work as a member of multi-disciplinary teams.
The job reference number is ROW055R and the closing date for receipt of applications is 07 July 2019.
The post is full-time, and the contract is until 31 March 2021. Further details are available at the advert on the University of Aberdeen recruitment site.

8) Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Health Economics at the University of Bristol, UK
We wish to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Health Economics with significant expertise in health economics and health services research methods and interested in working on a range of topics, to lead the Health Economics Team within the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health and Care West (NIHR CLAHRC West). The post-holder would also be a member of the Health Economics Bristol (HEB) research group.  The post will be based in the University of Bristol with funding available until September 2024.
Closing date for applications
For further details please visit:
Search for job number ACAD104041
For informal queries, please contact: Professor Will Hollingworth ([log in para visualizar]) or Professor Jo Coast ([log in para visualizar]).

9) Reader in Health Economics Vacancy, University of Salford, UK

Reader (Health Economics), - Ref:1812491 
School of Health and Society
£51,630 - £58,089
Contract type
Full time
Closing date
14 Jul 2019
Main Salford Campus

Vacancy Details

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional individual to the role of Reader - Health Economics. For this role we are seeking a candidate to lead our plans for innovation in health economics research and practice in a way which complements our strategy. We are open to candidates with a diversity of experience in health economics, but would particularly welcome those with interests in digital evaluation, methodological innovation in evaluation, and the domains of ageing, long term conditions, human movement technologies, or public health. There is also the possibility for a joint appointment to be made with those health economists working outside of a purely university context. 

Depending upon their background, the post holder will have a sustained track record of delivering world leading research – creating and delivering programmes of research, securing external research funding, publishing high quality outputs, supervising postgraduate students to completion, growing research capacity, generating significant impact, and contributing to relevant policy development and national debate. Readers in the School are expected to provide academic leadership in relation to our educational offerings across undergraduate, postgraduate and workforce development contexts. The post holder will also be expected to translate their research into enterprise contexts as appropriate. 

In recognition of our commitment to create a diverse team that draws from our widest talent pool we would particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under represented at this level which in this case is our Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) applications. 

The dates for interview are anticipated to be 29 and 30 July 2019. Should you be shortlisted, you will be advised which one of these days you need to attend for interview.

10) Senior research associate or research associate in health economics
Salary: £37,345 - £42,036 per annum (grade J) ,  £33,199 - £37,345 per annum (grade I)
We wish to appoint a health economist who has an interest in randomised controlled trials and analysis of routine data to further develop their career in our growing unit. The successful applicant will join the Musculoskeletal Research Unit (MRU) to work in a myriad of research projects and work closely with the wider Health Economics at the University of Bristol (HEB) research group, a network of health economists at Bristol spanning three departments and two Schools.
The post holder will 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 and routinely collected data. The successful candidate will be appointed to a level commensurate with their experience and skill and supported in opportunities for career development. We welcome applications from experienced candidates looking for part-time or flexible working positions. Funding is available for 2 years initially, with the possibility of extension into the longer term.

Informal enquiries can be made to Elsa Marques; [log in para visualizar] 
Apply here:

Job reference: ACAD104064

Closing date: 14th July 2019