The Junior Health Economist will collaborate with PEPReC staff and investigators on select project teams under supervision of the Senior Health Economist and Director of PEPReC. Tasks will include literature review and synthesis; analysis planning; execution of analysis plans; creation of presentations, reports, and manuscripts; and responding to requests from operations and research partners.
The Junior Health Economist must have a PhD in economics, health services research, or closely related field and experience working on health care financing, clinic management, comparative effectiveness, program evaluation, or access to care.
Leader project teams to execute literature reviews and analysis across multi-faceted research areas; develop the strategy, manage the FTEs and progress, responsible for success of the project teams to Center Director (40%)
Creation of presentations, reports, and manuscripts (30%)
Lead analysis, planning and project management for independent research projects and provide technical consultation on projects led by other investigators (13%)
Respond to external requests from operations & research partners (10%)
Literature review for all relevant national and international publications related to PEPReC research and interests. Synthesis into comprehensive reviews targeted to varying audiences (management, media, layperson) (7%)
Doctoral degree in related field
5-8 years of experience in related field
Advanced analytical, project management, computer and technical skills
Advanced written and oral communication
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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