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Centre Manager, INET Oxford

Salary: Grade 7: £31,076 - £38,183 p.a.

Closes: 08 Mar 2017

INET Oxford is a fast growing research centre in the Oxford Martin School with 80 affiliated scholars dedicated to leading-edge economic and public policy research. We are seeking an experienced administrative professional to manage all aspects of INET Oxford’s operations, including personnel, finance, IT, grants, events, visitors, communications and facilities. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong management, organisational, and communications skills who has the background and experience to take on the challenge of managing the growth of one of Oxford’s newest major research centres.

You will have demonstrable experience of successful performance in similar roles, the ability to manage multiple projects, experience managing human resources and finance issues, and ideally, also experience in the administration of grant proposals and in grants management.

The post is funded by a research award from INET NY and is fixed-term to 31 March 2020.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 8 March 2017 and interviews will be held on Wednesday 22 March 2017. It is hoped that the successful applicant will start as soon as possible.

To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the links below:

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Climate and Land Use Economics

Salary: Grade 8: £39,324 p.a.

Closes: 27 Feb 2017

We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate on the Climate and Land Use Economics Project reporting to Professor Cameron Hepburn at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School. In collaboration with the sponsor – The Nature Conservancy – the primary goal of the project is to understand the options for reaching a 1.5oC or 2oC temperature target, given existing committed cumulative emissions and the potential and limitations of land-based carbon sequestration.

You will engage in the project by undertaking theoretical and empirical economic and scientific analysis, systems analysis and policy and political economy analysis; employ new economic techniques to meet the research objectives; as well as publish in academic and public policy journals; and prepare reports, presentations and make contributions to general media publications. You will work closely with the leadership of the Smith School, INET and the Nature Conservancy to ensure that research outputs have impact on public policy.

The successful candidate will have undertaken postdoctoral training in climate, land use or environmental economics (though we will also consider those who have recently obtained a PhD or for whom this will be the first postdoctoral position). You must have a track record of high-quality peer-reviewed publications on relevant topics. A track record of interdisciplinary research collaboration and engagements, demonstrating the ability to work across disciplinary boundaries is essential. An ability to work in a demanding environment subject to deadlines and exacting professional and academic standards is a must.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 27 February 2017, and interviews will be held week commencing 6 March 2017.

To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the links below:

Clinical Epidemiologist

Salary: Grade 8: Salary in the range £39,324 - £44,240 p.a. (pro rata for part-time)

Closes: 22 Feb 2017

Are you an experienced epidemiologist with a keen interest in cardiovascular diseases or health delivery research? Can you support our mission to improve the health of millions of people worldwide?

The George Institute for Global Health, part of the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, is looking for a clinical epidemiologist to lead our growing team of statisticians, data scientists, clinical research fellows, DPhil students and support staff. You will take a leadership role in undertaking and developing a number of different projects, using data from several hundred thousands of individuals (national hospital registries, primary care records (CPRD), UK Biobank, and individual patient data from several blood pressure lowering trials), and will be encouraged to develop your own programmes of research.

You will have a PhD in epidemiology, cardiovascular medicine, statistics or a related subject and a good understanding of epidemiological studies and methods. You will be confident of performing statistical analyses by programming in a statistical language (preferably R) and you will have excellent organisational skills. You will be able to work within a team as well as independently, and you will have experience in supervising junior staff and students.

This position is full-time, although part-time will also be considered of at least 60%FTE. It is fixed-term for 2 years, with the possibility of further extension.

You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application -

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 22 February 2017.

Programmer/Data Developer, Our World in Data

Salary: Grade 6: £27,629 - £32,958 p.a. (pro rata for part-time)

Closes: 22 Feb 2017


Our World In Data (OWID) is a non-profit academic project based at the Oxford Martin School. Everything we produce is either open source or creative commons. OWID has been covered widely by the media, including by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, Slate, Vox, The Guardian, The Financial Times, and the BBC. The site is popular on social media, and we know from feedback we’ve received that our material is frequently used in teaching and lectures.

If you’ve ever wanted to use your technical skills to help with research, education, or social improvement, this is a good opportunity to do so. We hope that our work will help people to understand the world in which they live, and so enable them to make good decisions about social policy and global development. You’re also likely to learn a lot about a wide variety of topics in the process!

The post is fixed-term for 6 months; applications for full- or part-time work will be considered (minimum 25 hours per week). We are also willing to consider remote working.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 22 February 2017. Interviews will be held in late February 2017.

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