1) Assistant Professor in Health Finance / Accounting, School of Health Administration, Dalhousie University, Canada
Probationary Tenure-track Position (Assistant Professor) in Health Finance / Accounting: School of Health Administration, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.
For more information, see the following link:
2) Health economist at PATH, Seattle, USA
PATH seeks a Health Economist to work in the VPT Group to advance PATH’s global work to ensure that vaccines and related technologies reach those who need them in low and middle income countries and are optimized for the contexts in which they will be used. The Health Economist will conduct economic evaluations and develop tools to advance the evidence base on the economic costs and benefits of new technologies and products, also the costs of current supply chain systems and evaluate the impact of changes to these systems. This research will inform donors, governments, and other stakeholders on the economic case for making investments in new supply chain technologies, products, and systems.
To learn more or to apply: www.path.org or click on http://bit.ly/1bAwLxG
3) Lecturer, or Associate Professor, Academic Unit of Health Economics, Leeds UK
Lecturer (Grade 8) or Associate Professor (Grade 9) in decision-analytic modelling for economic evaluations of healthcare technologies
An opportunity has arisen to appoint an experienced academic to lead on decision-analytic modelling for economic evaluations of healthcare technologies. This post is part of the University’s long term commitment to international excellence in applied and methodological health economics research and to the on-going expansion of health economics expertise at the University. This post is available immediately and is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving health economic research team with a commitment to supporting and developing its members. We have a wide portfolio of funded research projects spanning a broad range of disease areas and methods. The applicant will reside within the Academic Unit of Health Economics but will work closely with researchers in Health Informatics, Biostatistics, Clinical Trials Research and a number of clinical areas.
The main activities of the postholder will include developing grant proposals, managing and leading projects, undertaking data analyses, teaching, preparing reports and manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed journals. You must have a strong track record in the quantitative and computational methods needed for decision-modelling including competence with relevant software or programming tools. A suitable background might include economics, business, operations research, informatics, decision science or applied programming. Experience in health economics is desirable but not essential if you can bring alternative valuable skills to the position.
The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies (http://hr.leeds.ac.uk/homepage/4/policies). The University is a charter member of Athena SWAN and holds the Bronze award. The School of Medicine gained the Bronze award in 2013. We are committed to being an inclusive medical school that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees.
University Grade 8 (£38,511- £45,954 per annum); Grade 9 (£47,328 - £54,841 per annum) depending on qualifications and qualifications
Informal enquiries regarding the post should be directed to Professor Claire Hulme +44 (0)113 343 0875,[log in para visualizar]
If you have any specific enquiries about your online application please contact Mrs Sue Davis + 44 (0)113 343 0831,[log in para visualizar]
For more information or to apply visit: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=MHIHS1044
Job Reference: MHIHS1044
Closing Date: 31 May 2015
Interviews will be held on Tuesday, 16 June 2015
4) Research Fellow in Health Economics, University of Surrey, UK
A vacancy exists for a RESEARCH FELLOW IN HEALTH ECONOMICS, in the Surrey Health Economics Centre (SHEC), School of Economics, University of Surrey, Guildford.
This full time position is available with immediate effect, and is supported by external research income and by the School of Economics. It is available for two years, in the first instance, but it is anticipated that the position will continue beyond this period.
The person appointed will contribute to the portfolio of research undertaken by the SHEC. Members of SHEC have an extensive network of multidisciplinary collaborations, both nationally and internationally. They are involved in a variety of externally funded applied health services projects, usually in association with health care professionals. The Research Fellow will undertake data collection and analysis, writing of reports, and preparing papers for publication. It is expected that a large proportion of the Research Fellow’s work will involve the design and execution of health economic evaluations and modelling analyses. Supervision of more junior research staff will also be required.
Under the leadership of Professor Heather Gage, the Surrey Health Economics Centre provides health economic advice to health professionals in Kent, Surrey and Sussex for the NIHR Research Design Service-South East. The post holder will contribute to this activity, and will also have the opportunity to collaborate in grant applications. The person appointed will be encouraged to develop their own research interests, and to take the lead on funding proposals.
The School of Economics is introducing a new MSc in Health Economics in October 2015, and the Research Fellow will contribute to the delivery of the programme, as well as to undergraduate teaching in the School.
The person appointed will have completed at least a Masters level degree in health economics, and had experience in economic evaluation and modelling either within an academic or commercial environment. They will need to have: a robust working knowledge of literature searching and reviewing; economic evaluation, modelling and decision analysis methodologies; strong written and oral communication skills; a commitment to team working; ability to work independently and willingness to take responsibility.
The closing date is 29th May, 2015. For an informal discussion about the position please contact Professor Heather Gage via email ([log in para visualizar] )
5) Job Advertisements at the York Health Economics Consortium
YORK HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSORTIUM
York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) is looking to recruit A Senior Consultant: Economic Modelling and two Research Consultants to work on a range of research and consultancy projects.
Senior Consultant: Economic Modelling
The key role of this post is to contribute to the further development of YHEC by identifying opportunities for growth, preparing research proposals and by managing clients and project work.
The primary purpose of the role is to develop and critique economic models on a wide range of projects. The candidate will be expected to work in project teams alongside other research staff and project directors.
YHEC is a health economics contract research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York. YHEC provides consultancy and research to a wide range of public and private sector bodies.
Competitive salary packages are offered. Further details and information on the two roles are available from:
Senior Consultant: Economic Modelling
Closing date for applications are 1st June 2015 and 8th June 2015 respectively.
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