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1) Associate Professor in Health Economics

Warwick Clinical Trials Unit and Centre for Health Economics at Warwick, University of Warwick
Salary: £51,034 - £59,135 per annum
Closing date for applications: 16 March 2021
We are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in Health Economics, to be based within the Centre for Health Economics at Warwick.

As an Associate Professor of Health Economics, you will make substantial contribution to the development and management of the award-winning Warwick Clinical Trials Unit (WCTU), one of the largest UKCRC trials unit in the UK. WCTU’s vision it to lead world class clinical trials which transform the lives of patients. 

The post will report to James Mason, Professor of Heath Economics and WCTU Associate Director.
For further information and to apply:

2) Two Research Fellow vacancies @ UCL, UK

Research Fellow  - Health Economics
The Research Fellow in Health Economics will be responsible for leading and contributing to econometric analysis of observational studies. Key purpose of the post includes 1) investigating the social determinants of health care utilization at the end of life (as part of the NIHR ARC); 2) quasi-experimental evaluation of new digital health interventions to manage long COVID; 3) leading methodological developments in health economic analysis of routinely-collected data. 
The post holder should have a PhD in health economics, medical statistics or related areas, or equivalent research experience. They should have experience in applying econometric or statistical methods to observational data, analysing large observational datasets, and knowledge of R software. Further details are available here:

The post is funded until April 2023 in the first instance, beginning as soon as possible.
Informal enquiries should be made to Dr Manuel Gomes ([log in para visualizar])
The closing date for applications is the 14th March 2021.
Research Fellow – NIHR ARC North Thames
The Department of Applied Health Research at UCL currently has a vacancy for a health economist in the Research Partnership Team (RPT) of the NIHR ARC North Thames.
As a member of the ARC RPT the post holder will apply appropriate and innovative health economic and quantitative research methods to a range of experimental and observational study designs used in population health and health services research. They will contribute to design and lead analyses of health economic research and evaluations; support and advise other researchers on appropriate choices of economic methods for evaluation of research projects; design and conduct research projects in collaboration with researchers and staff in healthcare/public health organisations.
The post holder will have a PhD in health economics or equivalent research experience. They should have experience of developing and delivering successful research grant funding applications, and a good peer-reviewed publication record.  Further details are available here.
This is a 2-year post (in the first instance), beginning as soon as possible.
Informal enquiries should be made to Dr Elena Pizzo ([log in para visualizar])
The closing date for applications is the 18th March 2021.

3) Job Opportunity: Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Health Economics, University of Manchester, UK
Deadline: 1st March 2021
Salary: £41,526 to £51,034 per annum (depending on experience)
This is an exciting post-doctoral position to work on the econometric evaluation of a national policy aimed at promoting health lifestyles to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes.
You will work with Professor Matt Sutton, Professor of Health Economics; Dr Rachel Meacock, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics; and Emma McManus, Research Fellow in Health Economics. 
Candidates will need an undergraduate degree in Economics and a PhD in Economics or Health Economics. We will consider candidates who have submitted their PhD thesis and are awaiting examination. Candidates will also need experience of analysing complex administrative data and applying advanced non-experimental programme evaluation techniques. A proven record of productivity is required, including contribution to manuscripts for academic journals.
The post is tenable for 12 months in the first instance.
Further information, including a link to the application form, can be found using the following link:
Informal inquiries can be directed to Prof Matt Sutton [log in para visualizar] or Dr Rachel Meacock [log in para visualizar]

4) Job vacancies 
PHMR Ltd are a specialist health economics and market access consultancy working on a variety of both challenging and exciting projects. Thus, we seek qualified and intellectually curious individuals with backgrounds in health economics, health services research, epidemiology, strategic consultancy, pricing and reimbursement. If you have academic or industry experience in these specialisations and are excited about challenging problems and bringing innovative practical solutions to some of the top 20 pharma companies, we want to hear from you. Please check our current vacancies listed below, or simply get in touch with Gintare, the HR Manager, at  [log in para visualizar]  to discuss any other career opportunities.
Senior Health Economics and Outcomes Researcher – ideally based in our Primrose Hill, London (UK) office but a remote home-based option will be considered for a suitable candidate
Hiring managers: Louise Longworth, our Chief Scientific Officer, and Koonal Shah, Director, Health Economics. Please contact either Louise at  [log in para visualizar]  or Koonal at  [log in para visualizar]  should you wish to discuss the role informally.
Application deadline: 4 March 2021
Health Economist / Senior Health Economist (HE modelling) - ideally based in our Primrose Hill, London (UK) office but a remote home-based option will be considered for a suitable candidate
Hiring managers: Louise Longworth, our Chief Scientific Officer, and Dimitris Tzelis, Senior Health Economic Modeller. Please contact either Louise at  [log in para visualizar]  or Dimitris at  [log in para visualizar] should you wish to discuss the role informally.
Application deadline: 4 March 2021
Senior Health Economist (HTA and Market Access Strategy) – ideally based in our Primrose Hill, London (UK) office but a remote home-based option will be considered for a suitable candidate
Hiring manager: Michael Lees, our COO and Head of Market Access Strategy. Please contact Michael at  [log in para visualizar]  should you wish to discuss the role informally.

5) Vacancy for a Researcher in Health Economics at NPEU, University of Oxford, UK - closing date 11 March 2021
Researcher in Health Economics
Nuffield Department of Population Health, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford
Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 per annum
Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon (GMT) on Thursday 11 March 2021
For further information and to apply:
The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. The National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) is a research unit based within the NDPH at the University of Oxford. The unit’s aim is to conduct methodologically rigorous research to provide evidence to improve the care provided to women and their families during pregnancy, childbirth, the newborn period and early childhood as well as promoting the effective use of resources by perinatal health services.
We are looking for the post holder to develop new and existing skills in the health economics field, to work successfully as part of several project teams, and subsequently to develop and pursue their own areas of interest. You will manage your own academic research and administrative activities, adapt existing and develop new research methodologies, and prepare health economics analysis plans for studies and contribute to the overall planning of studies. You will also conduct detailed analysis of datasets from a variety of sources, collaborate in the preparation of research publications and present papers at conferences or public meetings.
To be considered, you will hold a degree in a relevant subject and a post-graduate degree in (Health) Economics, (Bio) Statistics, or other quantitative discipline. You will possess strong data analysis skills and have previous experience in conducting economic analysis using individual patient-level data alongside clinical trials or observational studies. You will also have experience in modelling-based health economic evaluations and a track record of authorship in peer-reviewed publications as first author demonstrating an ability to write clear and concise research reports and scientific manuscripts. The ability to manage more than one project or task and to work effectively and maintain high standards under pressure so as to meet project deadlines and excellent communication skills are also essential.
The position is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. Informal enquiries are welcomed and may be made to Associate Professor Oliver Rivero-Arias ([log in para visualizar]). 
The closing date for applications 12.00 noon (GMT) on Thursday 11 March 2021.
For further details and to apply please visit:

6) University of Birmingham Health Economics Job Opportunity

The Health Economics Unit is seeking a new member of staff to support an exciting new programme of research that closely aligns health economics and social care.  The post is supported by a new NIHR-funded Programme Grant - ‘Achieving closure?’  Improving outcomes when care homes close, and is the first from this funding stream to be specifically exploring aspects of social care.  The study explores what happens to older people and care staff when care homes close, how best to manage closures in a way that minimises negative outcomes for older people and families, and key lessons for Councils as they manage future closures. 
The new post holder will undertake health economic related activities including collection of primary data relating to the costs and consequences of closures, collating the key data required to carry out analysis including preliminary model-based economic analyses among other health economic aspects of research for this project.
A single post is advertised with a fixed term of 3 years. The post is available at either the Research Associate level (Grade 6) or Research Fellow (Grade 7) depending on skills and experience (hence two job descriptions).
The closing date is 26th February 2021.
Informal enquiries to Professor Tracy Roberts [log in para visualizar] and Dr Phil [log in para visualizar]  
Research Associate Grade 6:
Research Fellow Grade 7: