National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics

National Centre for
Pharmacoeconomics

NCPE Ireland

Vacancies: 

Statistician at the National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics

Applications  from suitable candidates, are sought for a statistician at the National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics in conjunction with the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.

The successful candidate will be required to assist in the work at the NCPE. Responsibilities will include: pharmacoeconomic assessment of new and existing medicines; critical evaluation of economic models submitted by manufacturers to the NCPE; research into the cost-effectiveness of high cost drugs; development of economic models; provision of statistical support to the Evaluation Team at the NCPE; analysis of drug utilisation and expenditure trends. An interest in the area of Health Technology Assessment, Pharmacoeconomics, economics modelling or outcomes research and experience of any of the above will be considered an advantage.

This full time position would be suited to an individual with strong data analytical skills. Interested persons should contact Prof Michael Barry (mbarry@stjames.ie) or Dr Lesley Tilson, NCPE (ltilson@stjames.ie).

Please note closing date Sunday 2nd July 2017 for receipt of completed application forms. C.V.s will not be accepted.

Application and position description available from http://www.stjames.ie/Careers/AlliedHealthSocialCare/

and http://www.irishjobs.ie/Jobs/Statistician-National-Centre-for-Pharmacoeconomics-8032137.aspx

Expressions of interest, from suitable candidates, are sought for a HRB funded post-doctoral research position. The research will involve analyses of the real world utilisation, expenditure and outcomes associated with high cost drugs in the community setting. This position would be suited to an individual with strong data analytical skills. The 2 year contract will commence February 2018. Interested persons should contact Dr Cara Usher, NCPE (cusher@stjames.ie) or Dr Laura McCullagh, Trinity College Dublin (mcculllm@tcd.ie).