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Associate Director Health Economics

£75k - £85k + Bonus + Benefits. | London |  Health Economics, Outcomes Research, Real World Evidence |  Permanent  | Ref:889769

The Role

Associate Director Health Economics - New Team Build - London - £75k - £85k + Bonus + Benefits.

 

The Company

My client is establishing itself as one of the strongest UK Consultancies with a very experienced Senior Leadership team both in the UK & in the US. They have recently brought in a Health Economics Director to help grow and develop their presence in this area and this in addition to their Market Access Consulting Team.

They have developed a fantastic and supportive culture with lots of help and advice given to all staff from Analyst through to Director and with lovely, modern offices they truly want to foster a great environment for people to learn and develop their capabilities within Health Economics / HEOR.

This company is currently one of the most established names within the Market Access / HEOR space in the US so whilst the UK entity is relatively 'new' you will receive the support and backing of the US entity!

 

The Role

Working alongside a Senior HEOR Director for the UK entity company you will be responsible for assisting clients in the Pharma, Biotech & Medical Device sectors in developing effective HEOR & Health Economic Strategies across multiple therapy areas.

With this being an Associate Director level role, you will be heavily involved with all aspects of the Health Economics & Market Access Strategy moving forward relating to Business Development, Project Deliverables and helping towards hiring and building a team!

 

You

It's important that you are first and foremost a capable Health Economist but that you have a strong commercial background ideally gained within a Health Economics Consulting or Pharma background. Key Skills:

  • Experience in Health Economic Modelling / Outcomes Research Methodology.
  • Experience working in Health Economics / HEOR within a Pharma or Consulting environment.
  • Experience helping or mentoring more Junior Heath Economists.
  • Experience in Business Development and Managing Projects will be important.
  • A Masters Level Degree in Health Economics or related subject is vital.

 

What should you do next?

This company can offer the right candidate a genuine career path with a lot of development and exposure to different projects and clients. Get in touch if you think this is right role for you!

Unless otherwise stated, if applying for a job within the European Union, you must ensure that you are already authorised to work there.

Carrot Pharma Recruitment Ltd acts as an Employment Business and an Employment Agency on behalf of our client in recruitment for this role.

Consultant

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Chris Costello

Which team and area do you work/specialise in?

I work in the Market Access and Health Economics Team at Carrot providing services across a range of companies with Market Access and Health Economics Capabilities. There is an ever-growing list of skills within these sectors covering Real World Evidence, Health Outcomes and Patient Centered Outcomes amongst others.

What are some of the typical roles you cover?

The typical roles that I tend to cover are Market Access Consultant, Senior Market Access Consultant, Market Access Manager / Director, Health Economist, Senior Health Economist, Health Economics Manager, Health Economics Director alongside roles such as HEOR Consultant & Manager, Real World Evidence Consultant & Patient Centered Outcomes Consultant.

What are the hot issues in your sector currently?

Without doubt the amount of and potential use of Real-World Data & Real-World Evidence is leading to a lot of companies investing heavily in the hope of utilising this data. This is leading to huge advancements in Healthcare Technology in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms which will dramatically alter Healthcare over the coming years.

This is alongside Pharma companies working with various country specific regulators to combat an ever-ageing population, increased demands on national budgets and the need for increased collaboration across local and regional levels.

What’s makes you #DistinctlyDifferent?

Recruitment is a very transient industry and people tend to stay in the same area, company or market for too long. I take an active interest in my area and try to ensure that the relationships I build are sustainable and aren’t built off short term motivations.

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