1) CHE, York
The Centre for Health Economics at the University of York is currently advertising a Research Fellow post to work on modern causal inference methods for health technology assessment.
The closing date is 29 April. Interviews take place on 27 May.
Full details https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=441075
2) Economists – Research and Consultancy. OHE
Candidates must have:
a good first degree, majoring in economics, statistics or operations research, or
a postgraduate qualification in economics or health economics;
ability to do research, write and present clearly argued analyses in fluent English within tight deadlines.
The UK government currently enforces restrictions on granting non-European Economic Area citizens the right to work in the UK. If you are not an EEA citizen, please specify in your application if you currently have the right to work in the UK.
For further details please contact Claire Green via the button below or telephone +44 (0)20 7747 8855
Applications must be received by close of business on Tuesday 4th May 2021. Interviews will be held for shortlisted candidates on Wednesday
More information: https://jobs.theguardian.com/job/7278199/economist/
3) The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Research Fellow, RA/SRA (Health Economics)
Department of International Public Health
We have a great opportunity for a highly motivated Research Associate or Senior Research Associate in Health Economics to join a team engaged in conducting research on the prevention and management of HIV-infection and non-communicable diseases in Africa. The role will support the economics aspects for the research partnership across a portfolio of studies and clinical trials.
The research group is funded by the UK National Institute of Health Research and by a Horizon 2020 award from the European Union until the end of 2022. The vision is for the programme to expand well beyond 2023, in both scope of activities and scale. You be part of the Liverpool Centre for Global Health Economics. http://inteafrica.org/(link is external)
Key to this role is (but not limited to):
• Develop and co-ordinate a programme of research on health economics for the Research Partnership for the Control of Chronic Diseases in Africa: RESPOND- AFRICA,
• Coordinate and monitor economics data collection, ensuring that data is of the highest quality
• Conduct basic analyses of economics data and where needed liaise with statisticians, and others for more complex analyses and modelling.
• Contribute to evidence synthesis and to do systematic reviews on NCDs or HIV care to support new proposals
• Build long-term relations with partners in HIV and NCDs research in the UK and in Africa and to contribute to building of human capacity in this area
• Contribute to LSTM’s postgraduate teaching and research programme
• Support the dissemination of findings, in particular writing research articles and supporting collaborators to publish papers
• Contribute to the writing of proposals for follow-on studies
As an employee of LSTM, you will benefit from:
• 30 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, plus Christmas concessionary days
• Generous occupational pension schemes
• Government backed “Cycle to work” scheme
• Affiliated, discounted staff membership to the University of Liverpool Sports Centre
• Plus, a host of additional family friendly policies
Should you have any informal and quick enquiries please contact Prof Shabbar Jaffar shabbar,[log in para visualizar] Prof Louis Niessen [log in para visualizar]
Closing Date: 13th April 2021
4) At Lane Clark & Peacock LLP (LCP) we are recruiting for a health economist for our growing health analytics team. We are working across a number of innovative projects withing healthcare/NHS and life sciences to tackle challenges such as increasing multimorbidity and new payment models to coalesce incentives around patient and population’s health rather than illness.
5) Health economics. Greenwich
The University of Greenwich are advertising for the following position:
Research Fellow (Health Economics)
School of Health Sciences
Salary: £27,511 to £32,817 plus £3706 London weighting
Contract Type: Fixed Term - Initially from 02 August 2021 until 01 August 2023
Closing Date: Tuesday 13 April 2021
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The Institute of Lifecourse Development (ILD) launched in 2019 and is developing health economics capacity to support its research activities. We are recruiting a health economist to work alongside current ILD members, particularly Professor Paul McCrone, Professor Rosana Pacella (ILD Director), and the leads of the seven ILD centres. This post would suit candidates newly qualified from MSc courses as well as those with recent experience of applied health economic research.
The postholder will work on different research studies funded by external bodies such as NIHR, the Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council. The studies will include randomised controlled trials with a cost-effectiveness component, modelling studies, and analyses of routine data.
It is essential that the postholder have an MSc or equivalent in health economics or a related subject. They should also have experience of applied health economic research and be proficient in quantitative analyses.
Please note this is a fixed term position initially from 2 August 2021 until 1 August 2023.
Should you have any informal enquiries please contact Professor Paul McCrone at [log in para visualizar]
Full details are available at https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=2593-E
6) Job Vacancies - Two Research Consultants, York Health Economics Consortium, UK
Research Consultants (October Start)
We are looking to recruit two Research Consultants to commence work in October 2021 following completion of an MSc in Health Economics. Our team is currently working remotely and will be reviewing our approach in line with Government guidance. We are a health economics research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York. We provide consultancy and research to a wide range of public and private sector bodies.
The roles have an initial training period to give you the opportunity to transfer your knowledge from your MSc into practical experience. The training modules are based on real world projects and will develop your economic modelling and evaluation skills.
After completion of your training period your main responsibilities will involve:
· Responsibility for specific elements within larger projects under the supervision of senior staff. The range of research will be wide and include economic modelling, economic assessment of public health interventions, economic assessment of new products to be introduced into the NHS, demand and supply modelling and economic assessment of service redesign.
· Critique economic analyses submitted to HTA bodies, and report directly to those bodies on the strengths and weaknesses of alternative approaches.
· Critically review published economic models to inform the development of de novo economic models.
· Undertake data analysis, including, individual patient level data, survival curve fitting and stochastic modelling.
· Carry out quality assurance review of models developed both within the company and for external clients.
· Attend public health advisory committees, meetings with private sector clients, clients’ staff and NHS staff.
· Literature reviewing, including identification and retrieval of relevant quantitative data from publications and other sources.
· Identify and retrieve relevant quantitative data from publications and other sources.
· Collect, analyse and interpret data.
· Report preparation and presentation to clients.
· Client liaison within a project, with the support and guidance of senior colleagues.
· Contribute to sales and marketing activities within the company.
· Occasionally provide supervision of other staff working on the project team.
Please visit Research-Consultant-MSc-March-2021.pdf (yhec.co.uk) for more information about the positions, job description and how to apply.
The closing date for applications is 5pm 25th April 2021.
7) Scientific Adviser. NICE
We are currently advertising for a Scientific Adviser post in our Science Policy and Research team at NICE.
The advert is available here https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/916424828
Deadline for applications is 11 April.
8) 4 yr post-docs on wellbeing investment, University of Birmingham, UK
*** 4-year post-doctoral positions at the University of Birmingham on wellbeing investment ***
We are advertising two 4 year post-doctoral/research fellow positions to study how schools and workplaces invest in mental wellbeing. The post-holders will be key members of the new Wellcome Trust funded WISE (Wellbeing Investments in Schools and Employers) project, led by Prof Hareth Al-Janabi. They will generate models of decision-making processes, investigate how schools and workplaces can be best supported to make equitable and efficient investments, and develop new research methods for studying how resources are allocated in organisations.
The two research fellows will each have responsibility for a project work package. They will develop relationships with schools, employers, and policy-makers, conduct in-depth primary and secondary research, and play an important role in ensuring the project delivers real research advances. They will be based within the Health Economics Unit at the Institute of Applied Health Research, with strong connections through the project, to the Institute of Mental Health, as well to our national and international collaborators. We are keen to encourage applications from those with experience in public policy or qualitative research, who could apply their skills to this topic. These are exciting opportunities for an early-career researcher to advance our practical and intellectual understanding of how organisations invest in mental wellbeing. They offer the post-holder the chance to apply (and further develop) policy and qualitative research skills in an environment where they will be well-supported with training and development opportunities.
For further details please see:
https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CEQ162/research-fellow (grade 7/post-doc/research fellow)
https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CEQ166/research-fellow-grade-8 (grade 8/ senior post doc/ research fellow II - equivalent to lecturer)
The application deadline is April 12th, with an anticipated start date of July 1st.
Please do contact Hareth ([log in para visualizar]) for and informal chat or further details.