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Business Development Lead, HEOR

Home-based, UK.

  • Company: HEOR Consulting company with almost 3 years’ experience of delivering high-quality international projects.
  • Salary: Flexible, dependent on experience. Package will also include a generous performance related bonus/commission.

This is a brand-new position, created within a small (<20 people) HEOR Consultancy which has achieved consistent growth since their formation 3 years ago. The company works with Pharma and Biotech clients around the world, offering a range of services covering health economic modelling, evidence synthesis and HTA / Value Demonstration writing projects.

As a result of their excellent performance so far, the company is keen to recruit a Business Development Lead to take on responsibility for finding and engaging with new clients around the world, discovering new opportunities for growth and attending conferences / events to increase the company’s presence and reputation within the HEOR sector. As this is a newly created job, there is a unique opportunity for this position to evolve in the coming years and for the incoming candidate to be a key part of the company’s leadership team moving forward.

Candidates with previous Health Economics, Market Access or HEOR Business Development experience are encouraged to apply. However, specific industry experience is not necessarily essential. If you are an experienced BD professional with a strong track record of relationship building and revenue growth from previous jobs within the professional services or consulting sectors, I would also be delighted to hear from you.

This position is available now and the company is eager to begin interviews asap. For more details / to arrange a confidential discussion about this highly flexible opportunity, contact me today: Email: gareth@garethjlee.com or call: 07979 068 880

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