HEALTHCARE PARTNERSHIP MANAGER - SOUTH CENTRAL
Our client is a global leader in the biopharmaceutical industry dedicated to the research, development and commercialisation of innovative pharmaceutical and biotechnology products in the fields of central nervous system disorders, allergy/respiratory diseases, immune and inflammatory disorders and oncology.
Their culture is very highly perceived and regarded within the Industry. In particular this company has the second most productive late-stage pipeline of all global biopharmaceutical companies
We have an exciting new opportunity working as an Healthcare Partnership Manager in which you will implement sales, marketing and market access strategy to maintain and expand sales for their neurology portfolio
You will also facilitate the development of a broad and deep network of relationships within targeted accounts that may include a diverse base of customers such as clinicians, pharmacists, procurement, hospital trust executives, nurses, specialist GPs and payer groups.
The Healthcare Partnership Manager will be the face of the Neurology team in agreed accounts, responsible for delivering the business objectives for UCB's medicines and objectives to all relevant people in the account
* Have solid pharmaceutical experience, ABPI and the IPHA Code of Practice
* A proven successful track record in key account and project management along with influencing key NHS customers.
* Be able to demonstrate National and local NHS knowledge as well as detailed product and competitor knowledge
* Be experienced in business planning and business case development as well as the experience and knowledge of funding pathways and processes for higher cost branded medicines
They are building the next generation biopharma leaders and need exceptional individuals to achieve this goal. They are looking for enthusiastic and talented professionals who thrive on challenge and change, and who want to make a difference and deliver results.
Competitive basic salary, excellent bonus and benefits package.
If you would like further information about this role, please apply online or contact CHASE on 0131 553 6644.