Location: Primrose Hill, London, UK; Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; Westport, Rep. of Ireland
Type: Permanent, office-based
Salary: On application, and commensurate with experience
Established in 2007, we are a rapidly growing and energetic consultancy – a diverse group of professional scientists, health economists and industry specialists with a proven track record in providing global market access solutions to some of the biggest healthcare industries so that patients get access to medicines. Patients get access to medicines as a result of our work. Our science is internationally renowned, and we are proud of our work.
We also love being part of an engaging, supportive team that combines having fun with striving for high quality science. Our leadership team is always approachable, and we find it easy to work with each other. The variety of our work is both challenging and exciting and helps us achieve our research and career ambitions. PHMR provides flexibility and individual support in order to help make our lives more balanced and enjoyable. We love being part of PHMR.
About the role
We are looking for a talented scientist with the ability to manage, analyse and interpret clinical and economic data to support our clients’ HEOR, pricing and market access strategies. The successful candidate will join our growing team and will be involved in the daily management of PHMR research projects across a wide range of methodological and therapeutic areas, including oncology, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, diagnostics, and neurological disorders. The position will offer the opportunity to gain experience across the wide portfolio of projects PHMR deliver.
Requirements / performance dimensions:
Functional technical expertise
Functional technical expertise (continued)
Excellent command of English, oral and written
Desirable 1 to 3 years of post-graduate work experience designing and executing analyses of databases to
support HEOR, market access or other aspects of drug development
Knowledge of basic principles of economics, HEOR and market access