Applicants should have a Masters level qualification in health economics and a relevant PhD or equivalent experience with an established or growing reputation in health technology assessment (HTA) and/or health economics.
The successful candidate will be responsible for economic evaluation across CRD research programmes, but will work mainly within Health Technology Assessment. They will lead the health economic component of CRD work carried out under the NIHR Technology Assessment Reviews (TAR) Programme, working closely with colleagues from the Centre for Health Economics (CHE). They will also contribute to other CRD HTA projects, incorporating decision analytic modelling and evidence synthesis (including network meta-analysis and statistical analysis of individual participant data) and to methodological projects.
They will have a strong link with CHE, will attend regular seminars and research meetings and have access to CHE training courses. Participation in Health Economics Study Group is encouraged.
The post is full-time, 37 hours per week, and is available for a period of three years.
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