Join our team: CEVR is hiring a project manager!

Date: February 5, 2020

The Project Manager will work both independently and with the research team to manage, update, and maintain the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry and Global Health CEA Registry. The Project Manager will also develop and implement project research and data analysis plans and contribute text to reports and manuscripts.

Responsibilities

  • Database management of ongoing, periodic literature searches and of the data collection process for both Registries
  • Project Management, including tracking of the project timeline, planning external meetings, and engaging with project partners and stakeholders
  • Oversight of supporting staff members for management and technical support
  • Management of Registry readers and CEVR summer fellows (interns), including provision of necessary training and updating training materials
  • Quality control efforts for Registry data, such as troubleshooting issues with search strategies, data collection, and coding
  • Conception and design of Registry-based research studies as well as develop drafts of manuscripts for submission to peer-review journals
  • Production of other research deliverables (e.g., development of questionnaires and data collection forms) as needed

Requirements

  • Master’s degree (or higher) in health policy, health economics, public health, decision science, or a related field
  • 3-5 years of experience in health policy, health economics, decision science or a related field
  • Experience manipulating and analyzing large datasets, such as claims data or other healthcare data
  • Experience conducting and managing systematic literature reviews
  • Experience using statistical and general programming language (e.g., SQL, R, SAS, or STATA)
  • Strong written communication skills, e.g., as demonstrated by a history of major contributions to published reports or manuscripts, and lead authorship of published or unpublished papers or reports that present original analytic work
  • Knowledge of health economics in general and cost-effectiveness analysis in particular is highly desirable

Contact

To apply for the position, email a resume and cover letter to Julie Crowe

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