Position vacant: Medical Advisor (Senior Research Fellow)
We're looking for a Medical Advisor to support the program of work in economic evaluation and health technology assessment (HTA).
Join our team
The Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) is part of the UTS Business School and is recognised nationally and internationally as a Centre of excellence in health economics. Our areas of expertise include economic evaluation and health technology assessment, applied econometrics, discrete choice experiments, health outcome measurement and policy evaluation.
About the role
You will play a vital role in supporting our program of work in economic evaluation and HTA. This includes undertaking independent research, commissioned work and performing HTAs. A key component of the role will be providing clinical support and input to evaluations of submissions to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) and HTA reports for the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) or other HTA agencies.
You will provide expert clinical input into the development and conduct of research projects, apply the principles of clinical epidemiology to inform HTA and contribute to the development and delivery of CHERE's teaching performance targets.
You will work independently and as part of a team on key research project tasks under the direction of your supervisor and other senior members of CHERE. You will have the opportunity to produce high-quality research papers, reports and presentations and to enhance your own scholarly standing.
- The base salary range is $127,666 - $146,614 p.a. (Level C Senior Research Fellow)
- This role attracts 17% superannuation (pension) in addition to the base salary.
- UTS staff also benefit from a wide range of Employee Benefits include flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and salary packaging opportunities.
- The position is full-time, and the appointment will be made on a fixed-term basis for two years.
You will have a degree in medicine or equivalent, with significant research experience in your area of expertise, along with project management experience and skills in writing grant applications. Post-graduate qualifications in clinical epidemiology or public health will be highly regarded.
You are also an excellent communicator and have the ability to develop and maintain strong collaborative networks throughout the university as well as nationally and internationally.
For a full list of the role responsibilities and selection criteria please download the position statement
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Applications close 16 January 2020 at 11:59pm (AEST)
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