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Part-time Research Project Support Officer (Health Economics) – 60% FTE

Bangor University

Bangor University is seeking to appoint a Research Project Support Officer to its Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME). Applications are invited from graduates with an interest in medical or sciences research.

This post offers an excellent opportunity for career development, with the successful candidate gaining experience in applied research in health economics and interdisciplinary research engagement activities. The post will support research on preferences for cancer treatment and engagement activities for Bangor University Antimicrobial Resistance Interest Group.

Applications are welcome from candidates with an undergraduate degree in medical or health sciences, economics, pharmacy, or a related discipline. An MSc in medical or health sciences, health economics or other relevant subject is desirable. The candidate will have good inter-personal skills, adept working within project teams and an enthusiasm for multidisciplinary research.

CHEME is one of the UK’s leading health economics research unit, with a portfolio of research projects in the areas of pharmaceutical economics and policy, economic evaluation alongside clinical trials, public health economics, and methodological research. Based on research outputs, the Research Excellence Framework indicated that we are rated 3rd out of 94 institutions, with 95% of outputs being world leading and internationally excellent.

The successful candidate will be expected to commence as soon as possible and the post is available until 30th September, 2023. An extension beyond this will be dependent on research funding being awarded to the post holder and the research centre.

Remote working within the UK will be considered.

This role will be located on campus at Bangor. Through our Dynamic Working framework, there will also be the option to spend some time working remotely (although remaining in the UK) to support work life balance, which will be discussed further with candidates at interview.

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