Roche

Health Economics & Outcomes Pricing & Medical Writing Chapter Lead

Company
Roche
Location
Welwyn
Salary
Competitive
Posted
28 May 2021
Closes
27 Jun 2021
Ref
202105-113262
Discipline
HEOR, Health Economics
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)
Health Economics Reimbursement and Outcomes Chapter Lead - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract

About Roche UK

We're here to deliver better outcomes to more patients, faster.

Roche is a pioneer in healthcare, focused on advancing science to improve people's lives. In the UK we employ over 2,000 people who work hard every day to bring our medicines to people who urgently need them. We work from bench to bedside - researching new medicines, running global clinical trials, and collaborating with the NHS to try to ensure rapid uptake and delivery of our products and services. 

A key driver to our success is ensuring that stakeholders have an accurate understanding of who we are, what we do, and how we help people in the UK live longer and healthier lives. We help build greater partnerships and advocacy that enable us to achieve our goal of ensuring that UK patients have the best access to medicines in Europe.

Applying a deep understanding of the latest developments in the UK healthcare environment, you will develop strategies that directly engage with key stakeholder groups and develop pan-industry relationships that can support these efforts. 

Mindset and behaviour is as important to us as experience and capabilities.

We won't tell you how to behave with detailed competency frameworks; we ask you to bring your differences so we can celebrate a more diverse and inclusive workforce. 

We offer a starting point for you to consider and to reflect on what this might mean for you: we're building a culture that is centered around growth mindset, prioritisation, ownership and accountability.  We need individuals who are courageously authentic in their thinking and in their actions.  This is what excites us about our future. 

We believe that on-going personal transformation is the heart of on-going organisational transformation and that fundamental to this is knowing yourself. 

For us, knowing yourself means being aware of your own strengths and weaknesses, your passions and fears, your desires and dreams, your thoughts and feelings, your likes and dislikes, your tolerance and limitations. Knowing yourself requires you to: regularly stop, pause and reflect as you change and develop over time, invite and share feedback regularly and know where to focus your development, know when to hold things lightly and what to let go of. Knowing yourself means knowing your purpose and what fulfills you, it enables you to be authentic and truly bring your whole self to work.

Key Skills and Capabilities

This crucial leader will demonstrate exceptional leadership and strategic thinking - be passionate about gaining access for all patients, but also plays a significant role in the UK and Globally to ensure the healthcare systems are fit for purpose.  

A strong track record in HE&OR  is essential, as well as significant knowledge of the UK health system, and the ability to collaborate both locally and globally.
  •   Inspiring Coach who provides leadership of the Chapter Members within their Chapter, with a Creative Leadership mindset and the VACC (Visionary, Architect, Catalyst, Coach) roles, and more broadly as required, to ensure individuals and teams are developing and growing in line with their passion and the needs of the Organisation
  • Fostering collaboration and expertise-sharing across the organisation to remove silos and duplication, ensure efficient use of similar skill-sets, and to ultimately support common pursuit of the North Star
  • Accountable for fostering a culture  where every individual is able to bring their whole self & passion to work.
  • Acting as a guardian for high standards of compliance, ethics and safety; putting patients at the centre of all actions by consistent business behaviour that complies with applicable laws, industry codes and Roche's Code of Conduct.
  • Lead strategic resource planning to ensure the chapter is fully resourced to meet demands of the organisation, and any resource constraints are constructively flagged, with a collaborative approach to find solutions
  • Develop the long term strategy to ensure Chapter capabilities are fit for purpose now and in the future to meet internal and external demands 
  • Where applicable, ensuring "Foundational work" is completed, with continual review of HOW it's done to drive efficiency and minimise resource required to do it (without compromising on necessary standards)
  • Ensuring ruthless prioritisation to avoid Chapter "work-creep" outside of Foundational work, Squad-prioritised work and Personal Development. 
  • Involvement in Squads and Squad work (Affiliate or others) and Global activities, as required  
     

Key Responsibilities
  • leading on strategic pricing for the UK to enable patient access to Roche medicines, 
  • Working cross-functionally with both UK and global colleagues to challenge and shape the UK reimbursement system. 
  • Ensuring value is demonstrated, using innovative and creative approaches and the highest standard of health economics: 
  • Contribute to driving regional and global P&R strategies as well as representing the UK perspective.  


The closing date for applications is Sunday 13 June 2021.

 

We are currently exploring UK geographic flexibility with all roles in our new operating model. While it may not be possible in some cases, we encourage you not to let the location define your decision to apply.