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• Master’s degree in health economics, health outcomes, outcomes research or evidence based medicine.
• 7 years experience in health outcomes function within the pharmaceutical industry
• Familiarity with HTAs in multiple markets in region or experience in providing health outcomes support for a local operating country
• Knowledge in design of health outcomes studies, development of study protocols, implementation of studies and experience in local dossier and model development
• Ability to function and to collaborate effectively in a multi-disciplinary team and multi-cultural setting.
• Demonstrated ability to lead and influence across the R&D matrix, to include scientific and commercial stakeholders.
• Ability to work independently towards set objectives and to manage several projects simultaneously.
• Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal English. Additional languages relevant to region preferred.
o PhD in a relevant discipline.
o 10+ years of experience in health outcomes function within the pharmaceutical industry
o Previous cross-portfolio and above country experience
Job Description Summary-Default Job Description
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is a science-led, global healthcare company that researches and develops innovative products. GSK currently employ over 100,000 people globally and has offices in more than 115 countries. Group revenues for FY2015 were £24 billion. At GSK, our mission is to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better, live longer.
We need a talented, motivated and resilient workforce if we are to deliver against our strategy and tackle global health challenges effectively. To achieve this, we aim to create a working environment where employees feel valued, respected, empowered and inspired.
R&D innovation underpins all of our businesses. We partner with more than 1,500 other companies and academic organisations around the world, enabling us to increase our understanding of new areas of science and to share the risk of development. We have a deep portfolio of innovation focused across six core areas of scientific research and development: HIV and infectious diseases, oncology, immuno-inflammation, vaccines, respiratory and diseases. Since 2013 we saw significant delivery from our late stage pipeline, with six key medicines approved by regulators in the USA alone. We are one of the few healthcare companies researching medicines and vaccines for the World Health Organization’s three priority diseases - HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. GSK employs over 12,500 individuals whom work in research to discover new medicines, screening millions of compounds every year. GSK vaccines are included in immunization campaigns in 182 countries with 860 million vaccine doses distributed to 170 countries in 2013, of which 80% were to developing countries.
GSK Value Evidence & Outcomes (VEO ) Organization
The VEO team leads the delivery of compelling objective evidence that demonstrates the value of our medicines. VEO is recognized as an essential contributor to medicines development and commercialization, committed to quality and innovation. Working closely with key partners, the VEO team build a deep understanding of patient, payer, and provider needs and translate these needs into evidence generation plans to demonstrate the values of our medicines; Collaborate internally to develop innovative approaches and enhance the external environment; Lead the development, implementation and integration of evidence generation strategies, focusing on talent and leadership capability; Deliver high quality objective evidence to support maximum patient access; Support our franchises and LOCs to ensure that local evidence requirements are met.
The role of the VEO Scientific Lead is essential to ensuring improved communication between the global Value Evidence & Outcomes team and health outcomes scientists in non-franchise Local Operating Countries (LOCs). Successful reimbursement can only be achieved when local needs are actively communicated to global asset teams in a timely manner; evidence is generated accordingly with high scientific quality and oversight, and delivered in a compelling manner at the local level.
In this role you will provide scientific support for local value evidence activities to include:
• To provide guidance on successful conduct of local health outcomes activities, including vendor selection, proposal evaluation, sharing of global resources, guidance and standards.
• To coordinate evidence needs across countries/assets within a given region, improve regional cooperation, and share best practices
• To support launches by training non-franchise LOCs on the global Value Evidence Dossier, and other VEO deliverables, providing guidance on interpretation to meet local payer needs, and reviewing local dossiers to ensure consistent messaging in the region.
• Aid local teams in adaptation of global models and development of new models in collaboration with VEO modeling experts and vendors with expertise in this area
• To lead initiatives that address regional issues, including issue resolution in a systematic and sustainable manner
You will ensure communication of local value evidence scientific insights to early asset teams:
• To develop a deep understanding of payer needs in the region, including HTA requirements, to enable successful access for GSK’s medicines.
• To closely partner with LOCs to communicate local needs to Value Evidence Teams with support on local proposals, and provide context for evidence generation requests arising from LOCs.
• To ensure that VEO strategies are continuously informed by global changes in payer environment.
Finally, you will lead VEO strategic initiatives to improve how the need of the LOCs are incorporated into our value evidence planning, execution and delivery
If this opportunity is in line with your profile as well as your career trajectory, we would urge you to apply. Following your application, we will advise you on the viability of your candidacy. Should you enter into the formal interview process you will have the opportunity, through interviews with a variety of key stakeholders, to develop your understanding of the role and GSK.
We hope you can understand that, if your profile is not appropriate for this particular role, we cannot guarantee we will be able to provide timely feedback on every occasion.
When applying for this role, please use the 'cover letter' of the on-line application to clearly describe how you meet the competencies for this role, as outlined in the job requirements above. The information that you have provided in your cover letter will be used to assess your application.
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