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Market Intelligence Specialist

Job Description

Requisition ID: 00001BAJ

Market Intelligence Specialist
Candidate for this position will be responsible for identifying strategic insights & opportunities for medical devices business, based on the external environment trends (macroeconomic, reimbursement and legislation changes) to support strategic decision making for all business units.
Market Intelligence Specialist will also be responsible for preparation of health economics models that incorporate market, epidemiological and clinical data.
  • Analyze external environment trends, healthcare budget, reimbursement programs infrastructure and regulation, healthcare legislation, medical devices market news and propose necessary actions to sustain and improve company positions based on analysis results;
  • Analyze and regularly update macroeconomic indicators, budget and legislation trends and prepare scenarios for strategic planning, strategic presentations & reports for company’s strategy development;
  • Propose and develop training materials on healthcare trends for business teams based on the analysis results;
  • Analyze and regularly update products’ clinical, epidemiological, marketing and health economics data;
  • Propose and develop health economics models based on the available products’ epidemiological, clinical and health economics data;
  • Develop value & reimbursement dossiers based on clinical evidence for Russian health care authorities.

  • Higher Education (economic)
  • Initiative and Proactive (obligatorily)
  • Working English/Russian
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Excellent research skills
  • Excellent Excel and Power Point skills (obligatorily)
  • Ability to learn wide volumes of new information
  • Meticulous attention to details
  • Knowledge of Russian medical devices market as plus
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