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Position: Lecturer Health Technology Assessment
Institution: Berner Fachhochschule
Location: Bern, Switzerland
Duties: Design, plan and execute quantitative empirical studies and consulting projects in the area of health technology assessment; Acquire research funds and consulting projects through grant applications, competitive tenders, and direct customer acquisition; Lead interdisciplinary project teams and collaborate closely with customers, decision makers and external partners; Build up and manage a new team, shape the institute's research agenda and establish new focus areas; Manage and teach master-level and continuing education courses
Requirements: PhD in health economics, statistics, epidemiology or any other quantitative health science; Minimum four years professional experience in an consultancy or industry environment; Hands-on experience with health economic modeling, statistical analyses of clinical trial and real-world data, patient-reported outcomes and indirect treatment comparisons; Strong quantitative skills with proven record of state-of-the-art health economic evaluations; Highly proficient in spoken and written English and German
   
Text: Lecturer Health Technology Assessment 'I'm a true BFH fan', says Anna Knutti . 'The whole package is just great. What I really like is how my remit keeps changing. This helps me move forward, both professionally and personally, even after close on ten years'. Lecturer Health Technology Assessment 80 - 100 % / Permanent / Bern / Start 01.03.2022 To start with, here are some of our strong points Responsibility in hugely exciting projects for the future attracting attention beyond the professional world. , An organisational framework that is conducive to family life coupled with great understanding for family commitments. , National and international networks and contacts with business, economy, society and the political world. , The right place for experienced professionals who are looking for a non-profit environment in which to do research, teach and step on it and get going once more. , A great range of possibilities for personal and professional development. And here are even more good reasons to opt for BFH What you'll be doing here Design, plan and execute quantitative empirical studies and consulting projects in the area of health technology assessment Acquire research funds and consulting projects through grant applications, competitive tenders, and direct customer acquisition Lead interdisciplinary project teams and collaborate closely with customers, decision makers and external partners Build up and manage a new team, shape the institute's research agenda and establish new focus areas. Manage and teach master-level and continuing education courses What you'll bring with you PhD in health economics, statistics, epidemiology or any other quantitative health science Minimum four years professional experience in an consultancy or industry environment Hands-on experience with health economic modeling, statistical analyses of clinical trial and real-world data, patient-reported outcomes and indirect treatment comparisons Strong quantitative skills with proven record of state-of-the-art health economic evaluations Highly proficient in spoken and written English and German Apply now School of Health Professions Here in the School of Health Professions , we are passionate about health care for people of all ages. Based on the latest research, we educate and train staff in the fields of nursing, obstetrics, physiotherapy as well as nutrition & dietetics. In our applied and practical research we aim for sound, appropriate healthcare provision and efficient treatment methods. Doing something meaningful in a fascinating environment and with an outlook to the future: a job at Bern University of Applied Sciences makes perfect sense. We’re busy researching, developing and virtually bending our minds to come up with practical solutions for business, culture and people in Bern, in Switzerland and all over the world. Apart from being incredibly interesting, this is also a lot of fun, and we get to learn a lot as well. This cutting-edge knowledge benefits all who are studying here or doing part-time continuing education courses. We have great plans for the future: We’re building two campuses and combining our strengths. So we’re creating the ideal environment for your future job with us. Place of work I’ll be your guide through the application procedure Susanne Howell P +41 31 848 37 59 ✖ Contact Susanne Howell P +41 31 848 37 59 Subject * Your Name * Your E-Mail * Message * Danke For job-specific queries Mark Pletscher Leiter Institut Gesundheitsökonomie und -politik P +41 31 848 47 78 ✖ Contact Mark Pletscher Leiter Institut Gesundheitsökonomie und -politik P +41 31 848 47 78 Subject * Your Name * Your E-Mail * Message * Danke More exciting jobs
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