Senior Manager, Health Economics

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. Health Economics
  3. Belgium
Brussels, Belgium
Posting date: 05 Aug 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Health Economics Senior Manager, to join a world leading pharmaceutical organisation based in Wavre. The talented candidate will be accountable to plan and deliver the value evidences for the company's measles-mumps-rubella-varicella (MMRV) and DTPa vaccine franchises. A deep understanding of policymaker and payer needs is critical for optimal evidence generation strategies and access.

Job Responsibilities

  • You bring expertise to strategic discussions regarding the evidence requirements to support recommendation and reimbursement submissions globally.
  • You lead the Health Economics (HE) strategy in alignment with the Scientific Evidence and Access Plan, clinical program and the evidence requirements of policymakers, payers, and patients.
  • You deliver the core HE evidences for DTPa (Infanrix, Boostrix) and MMRV vaccine programs including economic models, burden of illness studies, systematic reviews, observational studies, patient-reported outcomes studies and publications.
  • You inform clinical trial design to capture the economic and quality of life measurements required to deliver vaccines with differentiated value.
  • You partner with regional teams and Local Operating Companies to optimize recommendation and reimbursement submissions including the adaptation of core HE evidences.
  • You support discussions with National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups and payer agencies (e.g. formal scientific advice).
  • You are a contributing core member of the Scientific Evidence and Access Stream working in strong partnership with cross functional stakeholders (medical affairs, clinical, epidemiology, commercial) and regions/countries.

Skills and Requirements

  • Masters or equivalent degree in a relevant discipline (health economics, outcomes research, biostatistics, public health, health technology assessment).
  • At least 4-6-year experience in a health economics, market access or related function in a consulting, pharmaceutical industry or academic environment.
  • Pharmaceutical experience that includes successful reimbursement submissions at local level and understanding of global reimbursement and access processes.
  • Scientific project planning, implementation, and delivery of evidence requirements to inform access decisions.
  • Proficient management of multiple projects, budgets, and successful matrix interactions.
  • Fluent in English, any other language is an asset

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