Health Economics Specialist

Blue Pelican
London (Greater)
11 Mar 2017
10 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Health Economics Specialist

A leading global pharmaceutical company with a number of specialist franchises, including: oncology, immunotherapies, respiratory, cardiovascular, and diabetes, are currently seeking a Health Economics Specialist to join their expanding Health Economics team. Our client has a fantastic pipeline with exciting launches scheduled over the coming months and years.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a HE professional with a couple of years' experience who wants access to working with a wide range of therapeutic areas in an 'in-house' role.


  • Develop health economic models and support materials to be used by sales teams when working with cost sensitive NHS customers.
  • Utilise data from numerous sources, including clinical audits and databases, to generate persuasive value messages.
  • You will help support the sales team by providing them with training on value messages and support materials.
  • You will assist in the preparation of cost-effective and wider implications sections of HTA submissions to national market access organisations (NICE, SMC etc).
  • You will work as part of a larger team to ensure the clients new therapies come to market.


  • A first degree in Economics and/or Life Sciences
  • It would be desirable if you have a postgraduate qualification in health economics.
  • You will ideally have experience of working in an agency or CRO, where you have delivered budget impact reports.
  • You may have some experience of health technology appraisals and submissions.
  • A track record of meeting deliverables on time.
  • It would be hugely beneficial if you know NHS workings and customer needs for value demonstration.
  • You will dynamic
  • Be passionate about HE.

If you have some practical health economics experience in addition to formal studies, please contact Matt Smith at Blue Pelican or simply click APPLY now and Matt will be in touch with you shortly.

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