Associate Director, Corporate Center of Excellence - Franklin Lakes - BD
: $131,430.00 - $199,650.00 /year *
: Executive Management
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BD Careers Associate Director, Corporate Center of Excellence USA NJ - Franklin Lakes Job Description Summary Job Description Associate Director, Corporate Health Economics & Outcomes Research BD (Becton Dickinson) , BD is one of the largest global medical technology companies in the world and is advancing the world of health by improving medical discovery, diagnostics and the delivery of care. The company supports the heroes on the frontlines of health care by developing innovative technology, services and solutions that help advance both clinical therapy for patients and clinical process for health care providers. BD and its 65,000 employees have a passion and commitment to help improve patient outcomes, improve the safety and efficiency of clinicians? care delivery process, enable laboratory scientists to better diagnose disease and advance researchers? capabilities to develop the next generation of diagnostics and therapeutics. BD has a presence in virtually every country and partners with organizations around the world to address some of the most challenging global health issues. By working in close collaboration with customers, BD can help enhance outcomes, lower costs, increase efficiencies, improve safety and expand access to health care. In 2017, BD welcomed C. R. Bard and its products into the BD family. For more information on BD, please visit bd.com. Position: BD seeks to hire an Associate Director, Health Economics and Outcomes Research who will bring professional Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) expertise to support the Corporate HEOR function. BD seeks a talented, experienced, energetic data analytics expert who will work with teams across the breadth of BD?s businesses to promote innovation and growth by championing HEOR, market shaping and evidence generation initiatives to demonstrate value of our products. The Associate Director will report to the Senior Director, Corporate HEOR Center of Excellence (COE). Scope: The Associate Director, Corporate HEOR will drive in-house design, management, execution and communication of key HEOR initiatives to support HEOR strategies set at business unit, regional, and corporate levels. The Associate Director will work closely with HEOR leadership (global VP, HEOR; Senior Director, HEOR Center of Excellence, global business unit and regional HEOR leaders) to develop comprehensive project plans that align with product development and commercial priorities. Projects will include core HEOR technical competencies including but not limited to: systematic/targeted literature reviews, global value dossier development, economic modeling, evidence generation, etc. Associate Director will also play a strong role in the growth and advancement of the HEOR function through training internal resources and recruiting outside candidates. The role will require high-level strategic skills and thinking, a strong working knowledge of the range of healthcare datasets and environments, and the ability to manage junior associates and interact effectively with both internal and external teams. Responsibilities: Collaborate with internal HEOR partners (business unit and regional leaders, etc.) to develop short and long term HEOR strategies and project plans that align with commercial and product development prioritiesEnsure that projects successfully support market shaping, marketing, and sales efforts, e.g. evidence-based tools, reimbursement needs, etc. and that can be utilized by country-level staff to achieve market accessExecute HEOR projects (systematic/targeted literature reviews, global value dossier development, economic modeling, evidence generation, etc.) from design to execution to final deliverable development and pull-throughContinue to build internal HEOR function through training internal associates and recruiting new associatesManage junior associates with the goal ensure efficient project execution and grow internal HEOR competenciesRepresent HEOR function on internal working teams and with external agencies, payers and customersAbility to travel as required for project milestone meetings, HEOR functional meetings, etc. (20%) Education and Experience: A postgraduate degree such as PhD, Pharm D, MBA or MPH in the field of Health Economics, or equivalent level of demonstrated experience is required.Expertise and hands-on experience in both the academic and business spheres preferred.Candidate must have a minimum of 5 years total work experience in the life-sciences/healthcare industry (examples include biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, hospital, clinical research, or consulting).Must be able to travel as required for project milestone meetings, HEOR functional meetings, etc. (20%). Knowledge and Skills: Full understanding of HEOR work concepts, principles and practices with significant experience executing priority programs with moderate to high complexity and visibilityExpert research and analysis skills required including; literature reviews, secondary data analysis methods, manuscript writing and excel spreadsheet models; able to guide project teams in multiple technical areas (programming, modeling, literature analysis, etc.)Able to formulate efficient HEOR research questions, study design elements and write analysis plans and final study reportsExperience in outcomes research is desirable (patient reported outcomes, observational studies, data analytics etc.). Understands when these strategies should be applied and can serve as a project manager to execute tactics and oversee final deliverable developmentProficiency in project management and in negotiating project budgets, leads projects and project teams to timelines, scope and budget independently.Superior communication, interpersonal, and organizational/administrative skills, including experience in teaching and training internal colleagues and presenting to large groupsAction-oriented, customer-focused, with effective prioritization, goal-setting and time management skillsEffective analytical/problem solving skills, including generation of original and innovative ideas and solutionsAbility to manage external vendors, internal statisticians, and/or specialty discipline associates for data acquisition, programming, and/or support analyses Primary Work Location USA NJ - Franklin Lakes Additional Locations Work Shift Associated topics: administrative, administrative assistant, administrative coordinator, administrative officer, administrative support, associate, beverage, facilities, food, operational assistant
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