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Health Economist

East Midlands, UK.

  • Location: Hybrid structure with 1-2 days per month required in the office.
  • Company: Specialist boutique Health Economics consultancy with a specific focus on modelling and statistical analysis projects.
  • Unique company structure offering profit sharing, a generous annual bonus and excellent pension contributions (10%) to all staff.
  • Amazing company culture: Team consultation is taken very seriously and you will have meaningful imput into the company’s future direction and strategy.

I have worked with this excellent company several times during the past 5 years and I am delighted to be partnering with them again in the search for a well-trained and enthusiastic Health Economist.

This is a new vacancy, created due to consistent company growth and the incoming Health Economist will focus on the leadership and delivery of cost-effectiveness modelling and HTA submission projects using Excel and R. You will be joining a successful, friendly and very knowledgeable team who work collaboratively on a range of projects traversing evidence-based medicine, HTA, budget-impact & cost-effectiveness modelling and meta-analyses for pharma, biotech, charity and public health clients.

Applicants must have proven experience within Health Economics, from work wither withing another consulting team, academic group or pharma/biotech industry position. In addition, a degree (at 2:1 of above) in an analytical / scientific subject is required. Postgraduate qualifications (MSc / PhD) in Health Economics, Biostatistics, Data Science or a similar subject would be an advantage but is not a requirement.

For more details about this excellent opportunity, apply today. E: gareth@garethjlee.com / T: 07979 068 880
(Applicants must be able to work in the UK without restriction or the need for visa sponsorship)

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