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Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP) was established in 2007 as a non-profit research organization which reports to the Bureau of Policy and Strategy, Office of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand. HITAP’s main responsibility is to assess a range of health interventions and technologies, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, clinical practices, individual and community health promotions, and disease prevention programs, as well as social health policy. HITAP aims to cultivate the public interest and motivate participation from all sectors in society in order to efficiently distribute and allocate the limited resources to fulfill its public objectives. Since 2012, HITAP recognizes the importance of working at the international level with the aim of empowering and providing practical lessons on the potential use of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) to support universal health coverage, especially in low and middle income countries. As a multi-disciplinary HTA organization, HITAP not only focuses on producing the highest standard of research, but also puts a high priority on knowledge translation and dissemination of our research findings to all stakeholders, for instance policy makers, health practitioners, the media, and the public both nationally and internationally.

 

We are recruiting a determined and well-rounded health economist who would like to be a part of a team that aims to help create knowledge that facilitate decisions to better society. Reporting to the Deputy Program Lead, the health economist will interact and collaborate with various stakeholders to create evidence that will help illustrate the value for money of a health innovation/program of interest from an economic perspective or the economic impact of health conditions and behaviours to health care system. This position will offer the successful candidate a challenging and rewards career in HTA and Health Economics (HE), an opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment with real-world application and impact.

 

KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate, engage, and coordinate with relevant groups to complete assigned projects
  • Design, conduct, and interpret health economics analyses using a variety of methods (e.g., statistical regression models, person-level cost-effectiveness analysis, decision analytical models or techniques, budget impact analysis, and other quantitative methodologies) based on the available data and question(s) of interest
  • Research and understand the foundation and underlying processes of the topic area of interest
  • Systematically review and critically appraise relevant literature and data sources
  • Prepare findings for publications, presentations, or report (tailored to different audiences)
  • Communicate and present findings effectively (both orally and in writing) to a variety of audiences in a clear manner
  • Effectively manage projects and organize competing priorities in order to deliver projects within established time frames
  • Identify areas of potential risk to project timelines and achievement of deliverables
  • Coordinate research processes (e.g., grant submission, research ethics review)
  • Maintain data and records pertaining to the analyses and communications in the projects
  • Provide ongoing updates in issues related to various research guidelines and regulations (e.g., TCPS2, ORA, CADTH, HQO, NICE, etc.)
  • Support other duties and tasks as required

 

Job-specific requirements and competencies:

  • Graduate degree (minimum Masters) in Health Economics, Health Services Research, Health Technology Assessment or similar field
  • Previous experience in Health Technology Assessment or Health Economics is preferred
  • Fundamental understanding of epidemiology principles is an asset
  • Robust knowledge of statistical analysis, quantitative analytical techniques, and economic analysis, including problem solving, and structured approaches to identifying solutions
  • Technical proficiency in at least one of the following statistical software: SAS, STATA, Microsoft Excel, TreeAge, or R
  • Value the importance of team
  • Have the willingness to learn new skills and to undertake new challenges
  • Able to work independently with demonstrated initiative and self-direction
  • Effective written and oral communications skills including presentation skills to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Have and recognize the importance of the following skills: problem-solving, organizational, multi-tasking, listening, attention to details, time management, priority setting, and interpersonal skills (exhibiting professionalism and cooperation in a team environment)
  • Proven ability to respond to a wide variety of issues and deal with unclear situations and conflicting demands
  • High proficient in spoken and written Thai and English
  • Ability to work overtime required on occasion

Type of employment: full-time, office-based employment
Salary: Negotiable

This position is open for Thai candidates

 

How to apply
Interested candidates should download the Application form Support EN and submit the form along with a detailed resume/curriculum vitae to Mr.Buntoon Chankheaw at hr@hitap.net referencing the job title. The resume (and/or a cover letter) should clearly indicate how the candidate meets the qualifications outlined above.

For further information, please contact Mr.Buntoon Chankheaw at hr@hitap.net
Tel: +662-590-4549, +662-590-4374-5