Research Associate in Health Economics (108397-0224)

University of Warwick Campus, Coventry
Warwick Medical School - Health Sciences
Full Time, Fixed Term
Fixed-term until 31 December 2026
£29,605 - £32,982 per annum

In this role you will work within multidisciplinary teams comprising information specialists, clinicians, statisticians, epidemiologists, and health economic modellers to assess and analyse evidence on the clinical and cost-effectiveness of health technologies, including drugs, devices and diagnostics interventions. Work undertaken will directly inform health policy at the national (and potentially international) level.

You will be encouraged to continue to train and develop skills to undertake high quality empirical and methodological research in health economics. You will be expected to contribute to a growing team of statisticians and health economists within WE. There will also be opportunities to participate more broadly in the Medical School’s portfolio of health economics research and teaching activities, particularly collaborating with the Centre of Health Economics at Warwick (CHEW).

Part time applications will be considered, minimum 0.5FTE.

You will have experience in conducting economic evaluations: reviewing of cost-effectiveness studies; sourcing and assessment of data inputs; economic modelling; and report writing coupled with an ability to produce high quality health economics research relevant to the health sciences.

You will have or soon to be awarded a graduate qualification in health economics or related field.

For further information regarding the skills required for this role please see the personal specification section of the attached job description.

You will join Warwick Medical School, Division of Health Sciences to support the expanding work programme of Warwick Evidence, one of eleven health technology assessment and evidence synthesis teams in the UK. You will be embedded within Warwick Evidence.

For further information about Warwick Medical School, please visit our website.

Born in the 60s with a mindset of boldness, imagination and collaboration, the University of Warwick is a world-leading research-intensive university with the highest academic and research standards. We’re one of the world’s top universities, ranked 67th in the world and 10th in the UK*, with 92% of our research assessed to be ‘world leading or internationally excellent’**. 

You'll be joining a diverse, innovative and globally connected community committed to igniting real world progress. Here at Warwick, we offer you opportunities to follow your ambitions as long as you bring the energy and determination to succeed.

*QS World University Rankings 2024

** Research Excellence Framework 2021

To find out more about us visit our website.

For informal enquiries, please contact Sarah Abrahamson via email:

To apply please complete your essential personal details and attach a CV and cover letter by the closing date of 18 February 2024 - 23:55. Please ensure your CV includes your most recent employment experience along with any additional relevant experience and education history. Your cover letter should detail how you meet the essential and desirable criteria for this post.   

The interviews will be held week commencing 26 February 2024, in person.

We will provide you with a great range of benefits, which include an attractive pension scheme, 26 days holiday plus Christmas closure, excellent learning and development opportunities, and savings on a wide range of products and services. We offer a generous maternity/paternity/adoption/parental leave policy, and onsite childcare facilities. 

We recognise the importance of a healthy work/life balance and offer you access to flexible working, for more information click here. 

We are proud to say that we are a Living Wage employer.

Warwick is committed to building an organisation of mutual respect and dignity, promoting a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive working and learning environment.  We recognise that everyone is different in a variety of visible and non-visible ways, and that those differences are to be recognised, respected, and valued.  Where possible, we go beyond legislation to provide a place where everyone can thrive, supporting all staff to achieve their full potential. We aspire to remove economic, social, and cultural barriers that may otherwise prevent people from succeeding. 

We therefore welcome and encourage applications from all communities regardless of culture, background, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion/belief, or sexual or romantic orientation. To find out more about our social inclusion work at Warwick visit our webpageshere. 

The University currently holds aRace Equality Charter Bronze Award, Athena Swan Sliver Awardand aDisability Smart Bronze Award. The University of Warwick is also one of the six founder institutions of theEUTOPIA European University Alliance. 

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