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Reference: 68985

Date Added: 6 December 2018
Closing Date: 4 January 2019

Job Title: Associate Consultant - Policy & Public Affairs and Health Economics

Working For: MAP BioPharma Limited

Location: Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire

Salary: £20,000 to £35,000 dependant on experience

Job Details

MAP is seeking to add to our growing team. We are looking for someone with an interest in supporting access to medicines who has practical experience in Health Policy/Public Affairs and/or research, in addition we are looking for someone who can design and develop health economic models including cost-utility, cost-effectiveness and service impact. 

Candidates will support the research and synthesis of information and evidence to contribute to the continious improvement of the MAP Online service as well as having opportunities to contribute to the market access and public affairs consulting project. Candidates wishing to apply for the HEOR team will develop bespoke models for clients, often in the area of rare and ultra-rare diseases and write reports outlining the methods and findings of project work. 

The successful candidstes will have a varied working day, including research and policy analysis, news and web content development, with the successful HEOR candidate can expect to attend client meetings, national HTA body meetings and conferences and present findings. 

Attention to detail, excellent communication skills, integrity, conscientiousness, drive and enthusiasm are the most important attributes to succeed in both roles. Due to the broad research nature of the company, we consider candidates from a range of subjects. Science, Law, English, History, Politics, Economics and other languages would be preferred, but this may be flexible. 

Closing Date: 4 January 2019

Interview/Start Dates

immediately for the right candidates. 

Application Details

Please email your CV and covering letter to Mark Gale-Jones (Personnel Manager) at markgj@mapbiopharma.com 

Website: http://mapbiopharma.com

Additional Notes