EMEA Associate Director

UK, South East England
Up to £85,000
Dec 06, 2017
Dec 14, 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
A leading global Biopharmaceutical company that develops contemporary medicines in a range of therapy areas, is currently seeking a highly experienced and technical Senior Health Economist to lead all related HE activities for a niche portfolio across Europe.

As a key member of the European Market Access group you will be accountable for;

- Developing, implementing and driving health economics strategies - pipeline and inline products
- Developing health economics plans and outline strategic approach to support pricing and reimbursement activities
- Leading economic assessments for products at all stages of development
- Supporting portfolio products through HTA assessments
- Overseeing country roll out and training of global HE models
- Supporting the development and adaptation of local and national HTAs, as well as support for market access field tools and resources
- Collaborating with internal stakeholder groups and EMEA affiliates to develop project strategy and ensure robust deliverables
- Providing high quality health economics technical and methodological support to cross-functional teams and affiliates
- Managing strong collaborations with HE modelling key opinion leaders, academic researchers and vendors to enhance and deliver innovative modelling methods

To be considered candidates must demonstrate the following knowledge and experience;

- An advanced degree in Health Economics, Economics, Epidemiology or related area
- Experience of working in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry including the UK and EMEA region
- Development of HTA strategy and writing submissions
- Developing and implementing economic models and publication of cost effectiveness analyses
- Excellence in project management
- Ability to lead a matrix team, collaborate with and influence cross functional stakeholders, executive management and external key opinion leaders
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills