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Associate Director : Health Economics

Associate Director - Health Economics - Cheshire, UK

Salary: Competitive Salary

The Role

A leading, global healthcare consultancy is looking for an Associate Director to provide business leadership and act as a senior lead on assigned projects.

The role also involves assessing new business opportunities, leading the development of proposals, and building relationships with clients in order to maximise the chance of winning work.

You will work as part of the leadership team to ensure that work is won and delivered to meet financial targets and other KPI's, and providing input into the strategic direction.

Role requirements:

? The ability to efficiently produce client-ready documents of extremely high quality, demonstrating clearly how the project meets the clients' needs.
? Liaise directly on day-to-day project management needs, alongside the Project Lead.
? Respond to client queries
? Engage, reassure and manage client expectations
? Design, manage and undertake elements of project delivery and reviewing deliverables.
? You will possess an in-depth understanding of the perspectives and evidence needs of the numerous stakeholders involved in healthcare decision-making (including payers, HTA bodies and regulators), together with the commercial imperatives of their healthcare clients.
? You will engage actively with clients to create opportunities for new business.
? You demonstrate strategic insight, identify solutions for challenging strategic or technical problems and gain client confidence.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

? A strong scientific background with a first or second degree in life sciences and/or health economics.
? Possess expertise in designing and efficiently executing complete market access or Health Economic and Outcomes Research strategies and tactics, such as (but not limited to) Global Value Dossiers, Payer Value propositions, Health Economic models, and reimbursement reviews.
? Have a