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Public Affairs and Advocacy Lead (Rare Disease)- Global Pharma Company – UK-Remote – 12month FTC - c£75K + Car Allowance + Benefits

The Company

Highly successful Global pharmaceutical company seeking a Public Affairs and Advocacy Lead to join their close-knit, friendly and supportive team working remotely across the UK:

  • Global pharma company with a highly regarded international reputation for high-quality work and innovative healthcare development
  • Joining a close-knit and supportive company culture, where performance and initiative are recognised and rewarded
  • World Class reputation for developing market-leading products within a multitude of therapy areas
  • List of employee benefits including performance-related incentive scheme, pension scheme, private medical insurance, private dental insurance, life assurance, and discount scheme (childcare vouchers, gym membership, retail discounts)
  • Ongoing personal development and structured career progression

The Role

As Public Affairs and Advocacy Lead working within the Rare Disease function, you will be responsible for developing and managing a stakeholder engagement plan to build relationships with patient groups and KOLs to shape policy and improve patient access to rare disease treatments:

  • Developing and managing a robust stakeholder engagement plan based on prior public affairs and advocacy experience
  • Identifying and building relationships with PAGs and KOLs working within Rare Diseases
  • Working in conjunction with the brand and marketing teams to shape strategies in order to best influence change and market positioning
  • Planning and implementing a programme of activities to engage and foster relationships with key patient groups and organisations

You

To be considered for this Public Affairs and Advocacy Lead (Rare Disease), my client is looking for someone with the following profile:

  • Educated to degree level, preferably in life science, business, or marketing
  • Experience working within Public Affairs, Policy, or Patient Advocacy with Detailed knowledge of the main policy challenges associated with medicines
  • Track record of managing cross-functional projects, including planning, stakeholder engagement, budget management, and implementation.
  • Knowledgeable of NHS structures and the current healthcare environment
  • Comprehensive knowledge or detailed understanding of the ABPI code in relation to the promotion of medicines within the UK (more than ABPI qualified).

What should you do next?

This Public Affairs and Advocacy Lead (Rare Disease) role is one not to be missed; it encompasses the opportunity to work on a Market Leading product portfolio of products! To discuss this Brand Manager role further or to find out about other Marketing jobs I’m currently working on, please get in touch or hit apply to submit your current CV.

Unless otherwise stated, if applying for a job within the UK or European Union, you must ensure that you are already authorised to work there.

Carrot Pharma Recruitment Ltd acts as an Employment Business and an Employment Agency on behalf of our client in recruitment for this role.
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Job Consultant

Alice Smith

Healthcare Advertising & PR

Consultant

alice.smith@carrotpharma.co.uk

01625 361078

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