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£65,000 – £80,000 + 20% bonus + £6,480 car allowance. Guildford.
Sanofi have a global reach and are responsible for creating leading medical devices and drugs that improve millions of lives around the world. They are a global and leading healthcare pharmaceutical company focusing on patient needs and improving the challenges that the healthcare industry faces today. Looking to add to their growing Government Affairs team, they are looking for an impressive candidate to come on board as their new Government Affairs Manager. This is a business critical role and responsible for optimising the operating environment for the business. This role reports into the Director of Government Affairs and is responsible for the delivery of successful relationships with national policy makers including NHSE, politicians, civil servants and patient groups.
This role will lead on ensuring policy activity meets the company’s objectives, whilst working collaboratively across both internal and external stakeholders including NHS England, Department of Health and Westminster. This opportunity requires the successful candidate to build high profile relationships with ABPI, NHSE, parliament and patient organisations whist devising a brand planning process and brand strategies.
Skills and Experience:
- Experience working with policy development and how it is used to influence market access.
- A solid understanding of how policy is used to support the business and optimise business opportunities.
- A deep understanding of the NHS and its policy levers, and a network of contacts in national policy and commissioning.
- Relevant experience and working knowledge of the NHS environment and a proven track record of Government Affairs.
- A strong understanding of the ABPI Code of Practice.
- A background in NHS commissioning / health policy.
- Demonstrable experience in building strong relationships and key influencing skills.
Picture by: Torsten Silz. German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens a new production facility for insulin during a visit of the Sanofi pharmaceutical company in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, May 28, 2015