|Salary:||£42,155 to £51,805 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience.|
|Placed On:||7th February 2023|
|Closes:||7th March 2023|
Location: University Park
Salary: £42,155 to £51,805 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Closing Date: Tuesday 07 March 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The role holder will be accountable to the Professor of Health Economics, Professor Marilyn James, and will work with colleagues across the School of Medicine (SoM) and with external research partners. Experience in health economics within clinical trials is essential. Experience in health economic modelling is desirable. The role holder will be expected to manage and mentor junior staff and contribute to training courses offered by the unit.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the growth of health economics at Nottingham.
NCTU’s mission is to conduct high quality, high impact multicentre trials to improve health and well-being. Results from research is published in high impact journals such as the BMJ and the Lancet. The health economics work is central but not confined to trials.
The Senior Health Economist will be experienced in conducting economic evaluation alongside clinical trials. The role holder will lead, on some of the existing portfolio in health economics, including NIHR programme grants, HTAs and EMEs, in multiple health areas including orthopaedics, paediatrics, and mental health. They will be expected to apply for funded research as a co-applicant and to mentor junior staff in the unit. The post will enable career development and the chance to develop clear management and analytical skills to improve the role holders’ career. The candidate must have the ability to communicate health economics with clinical peers and other NCTU staff.
Some of the current NIHR-funded projects include: (1) PopEYE The clinical benefits and cost-effectiveness and safety of haematopoietic interventions for patients with anaemia following major emergency surgery: a phase IV, multicentre, multi-arm randomised controlled trial: Peri-op Iron and EPO Intervention Study; (2) POINT, A multi-centre randomised trial of surgery versus non-surgical splint treatment for proximal phalanx shaft finger fractures in adults; (3) ROWTATE, Multicentre Research Programme to Enhance Return to Work after Trauma.
The post is offered on a permanent contract. Hours of work are full-time (36.25 hours per week); however applications are also welcome from candidates wishing to work part-time (minimum 29 hours per week). Please specify in your application if you wish to work part time and the number of preferred hours. Job share arrangements may also be considered.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Marilyn James, Professor of Health Economics, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that applications sent directly to this e-mail address will not be accepted.
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