|Salary:||£44,240 to £48,093 with potential to progress to £56,903 per annum inclusive of London Weighting. (Pro-rata if Part-time)|
|Placed On:||22nd September 2023|
|Closes:||17th October 2023|
Location: Brunel University London, Uxbridge Campus
Brunel University London was established in 1966 and is a leading multidisciplinary research-intensive technology university delivering economic, social and cultural benefits. For more information please visit: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/our-history/home
Brunel University London is looking to recruit a Lecturer in Health Economics with particular interests in economic evaluation and decision modelling.
This post is aligned to the Health Economics Theme (HERG). HERG has international reputation in health economics research and scholarship. Our academics have a range of expertise covering economic evaluations in health; statistical/econometric analyses of healthcare policies; economics of public health; and payback from research.
The post holder will join an expanding team of academics in the Division of Global Public Health, one of the five divisions within the Department of Health Sciences. The Division of Global Public Health has an international reputation in public health research including ageing studies, health economics, health policy, health promotion, population wellbeing and behavioural science. These areas are well supported by our current education portfolio involving five different on-campus and online postgraduate programmes.
The department provides a collegiate and interprofessional environment for the conduct of nationally and internationally relevant education and research. With newly established Brunel Medical School and existing collaboration with other departments, the post holders will have ample opportunities to develop collaborations with clinical, allied-health and non-clinical experts. The post holder will have an opportunity to advance existing collaboration through Brunel Partners Academic Centre for Health Sciences, working closely with local healthcare trusts, clinical commissioning groups, public health departments and other partners. Education scholarship is supported by the College Education Hub that brings together academics interested in developing collaborative scholarship projects.
We are specifically looking to recruit individuals who have relevant experience or would be interested in a course leadership role for postgraduate programmes (both on-campus and online). Prior experience and/or ability to teach health economics will be essential. They will be expected to develop and deliver teaching, research and knowledge transfer activities as per the University’s strategic vision and rolling plans.
Applicants will ideally hold or be near completion of a PhD. Brunel University London is a research-intensive University; therefore, the successful applicant will be expected to produce high quality research and gain external research grants that contribute to the research profile of the Division.
Shortlisting of candidates for interviews will consider the extent to which the applicants have sufficiently demonstrated their suitability to the post. Therefore, in order to have better understanding of the role before application, interested candidates are encouraged to hold informal enquiries with Professor Nana Anokye, Divisional Lead for Global Public Health or Professor Subhash Pokhrel, Lead for Health Economics Theme (please email DHS-DA@brunel.ac.uk to book an appointment).
Closing date for applications: Tuesday, 17 October 2023 (Midnight)
For further details and to apply please visit https://careers.brunel.ac.uk
Brunel University wishes to promote an inclusive and diverse workforce and create a culture that values the contribution of all backgrounds and communities. All employees will be recruited, selected and appointed in line with our equality and diversity policy.
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