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  • Part Time
  • Sheffield
  • £37,099 to £45,585 per annum pro-rata with the potential to progress to £49,794 GBP / Year

Website University of Sheffield

Research Associate in Public Health Economic Modelling (Part-time, 20% FTE)
Fixed-term until 31 March 2025, to start as soon as possible

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated individual who is pursuing a career in Public Health Economic Modelling.

You will work on methodological research projects relating to OpenScience, including supporting the transition of a microsimulation model to an online repository by developing support materials, programme documentation and reproducible quality assurance processes.

The research team is at the forefront, nationally and internationally, of developing and implementing of public health economic modelling and microsimulation to support decision making and impact.

In addition to project work you will contribute to dissemination of research findings through peer-reviewed publications, academic conferences and through engagement with policy and practice stakeholders and the public.

You will also have the opportunity to develop your methodological research interests, contribute to the development and delivery of Masters level teaching, and supervise postgraduate research students.

You should have a Masters and PhD, or equivalent work experience, in health economic modelling, and demonstrate modelling skills in R software. Ideally, you should have an emerging track record of peer-reviewed publications and research impact.

What We Offer

●       41 days annual leave (including closure days and Bank Holidays), with the possibility to purchase up to ten additional days.

●       Up to 5 days of paid time off to cover emergency caring responsibilities.

●       A commitment to work life balance including flexible working opportunities and hybrid working.

●       A highly competitive pension scheme.

●       Discounts at participating shops and cinemas, and a cycle to work scheme.

●       A commitment to your development, with programmes, learning modules and mentoring schemes.

●       An inclusive and diverse workplace.

●       A commitment to your wellbeing, with confidential emotional support, support for those going through the menopause, experiencing fertility treatment and having a baby, paid leave for IVF treatment and more.

Further information can be found at

We build teams of people from different heritages and lifestyles from across the world, whose talent and contributions complement each other to greatest effect. We believe diversity in all its forms delivers greater impact through research, teaching and student experience.

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