|Salary:||£33,797 to £42,792 per annum (grade I/J)|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||12th October 2021|
|Closes:||8th November 2021|
This post offers an exciting opportunity for an individual with training and experience in health economics, who has an interest in randomised controlled trials and analysis of routine data, to develop their career as an academic health economist. You will join the health economists at the Musculoskeletal Research Unit (MRU) to work in a range of research projects in trauma and orthopaedics, analysing large datasets for costing and modelling and performing economic evaluation alongside surgical trials in joint replacement. You will 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.
What will you be doing?
You will contribute to the Unit’s portfolio of high quality clinical and methodological research by using varied health economic methods to generate and synthesize evidence based on randomised controlled trials and routinely collected data. You will have the opportunity to widen and deepen your knowledge in a range of health economic methods according to your interests, write journal articles, travel to conferences, teach in post-graduate courses, and contribute to future grant applications. We welcome applications from experienced candidates looking for part-time or flexible working time positions. You will be appointed to a level commensurate with your experience and skill.
You should apply if
For informal enquiries please contact: Elsa Marques: email@example.com
Contract type: Open ended with funding for 2 years
Work pattern: Full time (Part-time considered)
Salary: I: £33,797- £38,017 / J: £38,017 - £42,792 per annum (pro rata if part time)
School/Unit: Bristol Medical School, Translational Health Sciences
Shift pattern: n/a
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 08/11/2021
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.
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