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Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate
Institution: University of Liverpool
Department: Public Health And Policy
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Duties: We offer an exciting opportunity for an individual to contribute to our research programme which spans public health, epidemiology, policy analysis and computer simulation modelling. We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced statistical or scientific programmer willing to join a cutting edge Public Health modelling programme which focuses on exciting methodological challenges and policy impact. You will contribute to developing our rapidly evolving Public Health Policy Simulation Modelling research. Applications span a wide range of topical public health issues around inequalities and disease prevention
Requirements: We are looking for an enthusiastic individual experienced in three or more of the following areas: Advanced programming skills using a range of programming languages; Experience in operational research or advanced mathematical simulation modelling; A strong background on health or quantitative sciences
   
Text: Job Specification Postdoctoral Research Associate Grade 7 Public Health And Policy 010413 £34,188 - £39,610 pa 13-Dec-2018 23:30 We offer an exciting opportunity for an individual to contribute to our research programme which spans public health, epidemiology, policy analysis and computer simulation modelling. You will be based in the Department of Public Health and Policy at the University of Liverpool, working directly with Professor Martin O'Flaherty and Professor Simon Capewell and colleagues. We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced statistical or scientific programmer willing to join a cutting edge Public Health modelling programme which focuses on exciting methodological challenges and policy impact. You will contribute to developing our rapidly evolving Public Health Policy Simulation Modelling research. Applications span a wide range of topical public health issues around inequalities and disease prevention. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual experienced in three or more of the following areas: ¿ Advanced programming skills using a range of programming languages. ¿ Experience in operational research or advanced mathematical simulation modelling; ¿ A strong background on health or quantitative sciences. This post is fixed-term for 2 years initially. Job Ref: 010413 Closing Date: 13 December 2018 Click on the link below to view the full Job Description 010413 - job description Apply Return to Search
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