Job Posted: 19 Jan 2017

Health Economist / Modelling Consultant | Oxfordshire or Home Based

£50k-£70k| Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield| Permanent

∑ Option to work from the companyís office in Oxfordshire or to be Home based (within the UK)

∑ Innovative Consultancy with a genuine focus on quality and doing things differently

∑ International HEOR Modelling projects

∑ Clients include major Global pharma and biotech companies

∑ Stable team with an extremely low staff turnover rate

Due to consistent growth within this established niche Health Economics (HEOR) & Market Access consultancy, the Director is eager to recruit an experienced modeller to the team to work on multiple international projects.

This consultancy pride themselves on delivering high quality projects and offering something different to their clients and the Director is looking for someone who is creative, has ideas and who would enjoy working within a team which strives to be different to the growing array of generic consultancy business within the Market Access and HEOR sector.

The incoming Health Economist / Modelling Consultant will take a lead role in the delivering teamís Health Economic projects and will support / mentor less experienced members of the team. Substantial previous experience of delivering Health Economic modelling projects within a Consultancy environment is essential as are strong project management skills. The ideal candidate will have a PhD or MSc in Health Economics, Economics, Statistics or a similar subject and be confident undertaking a range of modelling projects including:

∑ Cost Effectiveness models

∑ Budget Impact models

∑ Burden of Illness studies

∑ Decision modelling

With the option of working either from within the companyís office in Oxfordshire, from home, or a mixture of the two, this is a really interesting, flexible position with a company which genuinely stands out from the crowd.

This position is available now and the company is eager to arrange interviews in the coming weeks.