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Clinical - HTA Manager

Company: SEC Recruitment
Location: Surrey
Reference: SAMANLONe3657
Closing Date: 20 Feb 18
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

I am currently working with a global pharmaceutical company, looking for a HTA Manager to develop HTA strategies for oncology/haematology medicines. This is a 6 months contract with likely extension.


Main Responsibilities:
• You will be an expert at modelling, outcome research and evidence synthesis.
• You will be submitting HTA dossiers to NICE/SMC.
• You will generate and interpret health economics' information and data.
• You will lead HTA submissions to NICE/SMC for oncology medicines.
• Lead the planning, design and execution of projects aligned to match NICE, SMC and AWMSG processes and requirements

Key Requirements:
• Min 5 years experience in similar roles.
• Proven track record and experience in health economic modelling, outcomes research
and evidence synthesis.
• Thorough understanding of the NICE, SMC and AWMSG processes.
• Thorough understanding of the UK healthcare system.
• Strong knowledge of oncology/haematology.

This position offers the possibility to work with one of the best companies on the market and the ideal candidate would have the possibility to take on different levels of responsibilities.

To apply for this position and put yourself under immediate consideration, send your CV to or call +44 (0) 207 255 6655.

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