Market Access Manager (GI) - Midlands

Recruiter
North 51 Ltd
Location
West Midlands
Salary
£Competitive
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Closes
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Market Access Manager (Gastroenterology)

EAST AND WEST MIDLANDS

£Competitive Basic Salary plus Bonus and Benefits Package

Our Client is a leading international specialty pharmaceutical company with an established presence in Europe and in the rest of the world. They market their own products as well as in-licensed products in over 65 countries through affiliates within Europe and a network of gastroenterology-focused partners throughout the world. They understand the value of their employee talent in the business and are driven to provide the best support and development programmes.

They now have an exciting opportunity for a Market Access Manager covering the East and West Midlands, promoting their highly successful gastroenterology portfolio.

You will be responsible for building relationships with key policy decision makers in the NHS who influence the funding of products at national, regional and local levels in order to achieve sales in line with agreed brand strategies. Working closely with key NHS payors and stakeholders, you will achieve clinical and funding approval as well as positive guideline positioning for new products to ensure access to treatments, and to enable sales and market share to be maximised.

A highly effective negotiator with advanced Key Account Management skills, you will have had success in working with NHS stakeholders to complete and submit business cases to secure funding or formulary inclusion of your products.

If you have a good understanding of the challenges facing the new NHS, a strong commercial acumen, and are ready to take your next step, we would like to hear from you.

To develop your career with a rapidly-growing pharmaceutical company that truly values their employees, please apply now. If you have not heard from us within seven days, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.