ICON Clinical Research Principal, Health Economics in New York City, New York
Principal, Health Economics**
Boston/ NewYork, US
This is an opportunity to work for ICON Health Economics (HE), a division of ICON plc, an international clinical research organisation headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. Our Health Economics group has offices in Abingdon and London (UK), Stockholm (Sweden), Houten (Netherlands), New York and Boston (USA), and Bangalore (India). We are respected globally for the quality and innovation of our work, undertaking consultancy projects for international clients in both the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
ICON HE is currently seeking to appoint a Principal to join its Global Health Economics team. This team is highly respected in the field of health technology assessment (HTA) for quality and innovation, undertaking consultancy projects for international clients in both the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
The candidate will support the Global HE practice lead and will be expected to utilise their skills and experience in business development and client relationship management to contribute to growing and developing our footprint both locally and globally and in health economics projects across the drug development lifecycle, which may include: systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses and network meta-analyses, cost-effectiveness and budget impact models, and development of health economic evidence generation strategy to contribute to all aspects of the department’s work as well as supporting the development of the Health Economics team globally. The candidate would be expected to have experience in more than one of these areas, and sufficient experience and expertise to provide content expertise and leadership on a day-to-day basis.
Overview of the role
Manage all aspects of country-level and global projects within area or expertise and ensure the quality of all deliverables meets client requirements
Establish and maintain client relationships and take the lead with proposal development for all projects
Provide oversight of resourcing, staff development, recruitment activities, and departmental growth within the health economics practice
Provide strategic contribution to business development and proposal processes
Provide technical mentorship to junior team members, identify and manage training needs and provide on the job training and support as required
Lead publications/scientific communications for self and department staff
Direct, manage and be involved in proposal writing, project work and client liaison
Provide support to the Global practice lead in implementing HE business strategies
Liaise with senior management across the global HE group to identify developmental needs in junior modellers and to provide training when possible
Form part of the management team of the Global practice and in the day to day management of the group
Demonstrate and actively promote an open and honest working environment
Travel (approximately 15%) domestic and/or international
A Master’s degree or equivalent in health economics or a related quantitative discipline, such as public health, operational research, statistics, or epidemiology.
Demonstrable experience of relevant scientific capability, evidence synthesis, systematic literature reviews, modelling, health economic strategy development.
Significant relevant industry/ consultancy experience; where consultancy is preferred
Demonstrable experience of people management
Demonstrable experience of business development
Significant experience within a consulting, academic or pharmaceutical/ devices industry environment
Proven management experience, in particular the ability to lead a team of junior analysts
Ability to work effectively as part of a team
Benefits of Working in ICON
This is a permanent, full time position and could be based in our offices in Boston or New York, US.
Please apply to the link below using your CV and cover letter.
ICON is an equal opportunity employer - M/F/D/V and committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.