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Senior Director, Modelling

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Genesis ResearchStorden, MN
Full-time
  • Genesis Research is an international healthcare consultancy providing value evidence strategy, generation, synthesis, and communication services to Life Sciences companies.
  • Delivering these services empowered by technology innovations has enabled us to become a trusted partner with our clients across the development and commercialization life cycle.
  • Combining both traditional and novel analytical approaches with diverse real-world data, including genomic, medical record, claims and patient-reported information, has allowed us to inform Life Science company internal decision making as well as submissions and presentations to regulators; health technology assessment authorities and payers; the medical community; and, patient organizations.
  • The professional in this role must possess and demonstrate a passion for cultivating existing and new client relationships and identifying opportunities to enhance current business in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors.
  • Take responsibility for managing existing and developing new client relationships with responsibility for project strategy, methodology design and approach, and ensure the project delivers high levels of quality/added value.
  • Meet/exceed assigned revenue targets by developing, delivering, and educating clients with insightful, value-added solutions that address complex disease/product strategy.
  • Guide clients on the interpretation and application of economic models to support value and access strategy.
  • Grow and lead a team through the development of de novo cost effectiveness models for HTA/ reimbursement submissions, adaptation of existing models for use in other countries, and development of budget impact models/ cost models for payer discussions.
  • Oversee publication of developed models in peer reviewed journals and/ or conference presentations.
  • Quality Control – Responsibility for the final review and finalization of client deliverables.
  • Lead proposal development and client capabilities presentations and meetings.
  • Lead development of processes, methods, templates and training materials.
  • Cultivate a positive work environment and uphold the Genesis Research culture.
  • 7+ years at a minimum, 10+ years preferred industry or consulting experience in Life Science Research.
  • Master’s or PhD degree within a relevant discipline (e.g., mathematics, statistics, science, economics or other related discipline).
  • Demonstrated expert level application health economics modelling experience in academia, the pharmaceutical industry or consulting, with familiarity and understanding of the use of modelling in HTA and payer decision making.
  • Demonstrated experience of leading teams to conduct modelling projects.
  • Outstanding healthcare/life sciences industry knowledge.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Enthusiasm to learn and motivation to take opportunities to develop oneself and others within Genesis Research.
  • Ability to effectively work in a matrix environment and flexibility to adapt to client project needs in a fast-paced entrepreneurial workplace.
  • Company-matched 401(k) plan/pension
  • Flexible PTO policy
  • Genesis Research is an equal opportunity employer.

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