Health economist/senior health economist

It’s an exciting time to join Pfizer, with an strong pipeline of new medicines and vaccines. The Market Access team in Sydney is expanding and is in search of experienced Health Economists and Senior Health Economists.

About Us
Pfizer is the world's leading Biopharma company and we're focused on breakthroughs in innovation and the development of new medicines that change patients' lives. Throughout Pfizer's 170 year history, and over 60 years in Australia, we have remained dedicated to discovering and developing new and better ways to prevent and treat disease, and improve the health and wellbeing of people around the world.
We put patients are at the heart of everything we do and have helped over 1 million patients in Australia alone last year with medicines and vaccines. Globally, we have over 90,000 colleagues and operate in over 125 countries worldwide. We take great pride in our culture and values. We're collaborative and inclusive and we achieve great results working as a team together.

Role Summary
Whether as a health economist or senior health economist you will become an integral part of our Market Access team, with a leading role in achieving our company goals. In this role you will work closely with cross-functional teams to generate and implement reimbursement and pricing strategies for Pfizer products.

The primary responsibility in this role is the development of reimbursement strategies and HTA submissions for PBAC, ATAGI, PTAC and hospital formulary access, supporting Pfizer’s portfolio across the lifecycle.

What we provide you:

  • Become part of a leading market access team that plays a key role in new product and business planning
  • Work to bring a strong pipeline of innovative and new medicines and vaccines to Australian patients
  • Engage in opportunities for innovative and bespoke training & career development

What we are looking for:

Ideally, you will have a pharmacy or life sciences degree as minimum and further postgraduate qualifications in epidemiology, biostatistics or health economics would also be most advantageous. 

You will have worked in the pharmaceutical industry and/or a consultancy and have 4+ years of experience in the generation of reimbursement submissions.

Alternatively, you have worked at a university and have experience in the evaluation of PBAC submissions or in health economics or healthcare research.

Importantly, you will have:

  • A high learning agility and passion for healthcare and becoming a trusted advisor
  • Excellent internal and external stakeholder management ability with outstanding communication skills
  • The ability to work on multiple deadlines and project manage competing priorities
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to synthesize data from different sources

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Posted: 29 November 2019

Location:  Penrith, NSW