Regulatory Associate Director - Patient Centered Solutions - EMEA
Location: London, United Kingdom; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Barcelona, Spain; Madrid, Spain; Paris, France; Reading, United Kingdom
Build a rewarding career in life sciences consulting and forge your own path. Partner with collaborative teams and leaders across unique projects and geographies, delivering innovative solutions to the most complex healthcare problems along the way. Working at IQVIA means changing outcomes for patients one data set, product offering, and innovative solution at a time.
As a Consultant at IQVIA, you'll have the opportunity to grow your career and explore opportunities in brand and integrated research solutions, go-to-market strategy, commercial excellence, real world data, financial investor consulting, and more.
- Full Time
- Level: Entry-level, Mid-level, Senior-level
- Travel: No
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“I joined IQVIA after graduating from university and am grateful for the fantastic opportunities I’ve been able to pursue over the last four years. I’ve had the chance to work with inspiring managers who have supported me with both professional and personal development. I am thrilled to move forward in my career at IQVIA!”Arthur, Consultant, Financial Institutions
“I simultaneously work on a number of customer-commissioned projects in multiple therapeutic areas using various primary research methodologies. This variety is what makes my role at IQVIA so interesting. It allows me to learn from my colleagues and customers alike and helps me to understand how the work we do supports the improvement of patient care.”Julia, Senior Consultant, Brand and Integrated Research Solutions
“Working at IQVIA as a consultant has given me the opportunity to gain a broad range of skills and experience across multiple disease areas and at different stages of the product lifecycle. This has supported my career development and accelerated my growth. If you enjoy learning new things and working on global projects, you will definitely enjoy working at IQVIA.”Kevin, Consultant, Brand and Integrated Research Solutions
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Regulatory Associate Director - Patient Centered Solutions - EMEA
This role is available in different locations in EMEA, not all the available locations are listed in the job description.
About IQVIA and its Patient-Centered Solutions team
IQVIA provides scientific services spanning clinical trials, real world evidence, and consulting in all areas of the product lifecycle. The Patient Centered Solutions (PCS) team leads the industry in generating data to ensure that the patient voice is incorporated into the development and commercialization of medication and other drug/non-drug interventions. We focus on understanding and meeting the needs of our clients – mostly life science/pharmaceutical companies – through the application of broad consulting expertise and technical scientific knowledge to design scientifically rigorous research. This research is broad and includes qualitative (e.g. interviews, focus groups), quantitative (e.g. clinical outcome assessments (COAs)/patient-reported outcomes (PROS), preference research) and passive (e.g. digital health technology tools) approaches to understand patient, caregiver and healthcare professional experiences and expectations of disease and treatment.
To meet our client expectations and retain the excellent reputation built up over time the IQVIA PCS team is committed to recruiting, training and supporting driven individuals who have both consulting skills and life science skills that can be applied to PCS research activities. Individuals joining us are assured of a rewarding and progressive career in patient-focused research. You’ll have the opportunity to address challenging client issues, across multiple geographies with a hands-on influence in developing and delivering solutions. We operate in a truly multi-cultural, collegial and collaborative work environment that is rich in development and growth.
Role & Responsibilities
As a Regulatory Associate Director within the PCS team at IQVIA, you will take on a variety of roles that focus primarily within the following core areas: client/project leadership, business development, and regulatory consulting leadership roles. The main focus of an associate director is to deliver outstanding client service, while building trusted relationships with new and existing clients that enhance the PCS brand. The associate director’s success will be measured by the ability to take on larger and more complex projects, while opening up new business relationships to PCS, external engagement with the regulatory community, and contributing to the continuous improvement and development of the PCS regulatory function.
As a Regulatory Associate Director within PCS, you will work directly with clients to develop business opportunities and deliver projects ensuring that delivery results are at high levels of client satisfaction, and strategic and scientific excellence. You will join a thriving PCS business with existing client accounts with scope for expansion, and the support of a broad array of IQVIA colleagues with connections to introduce PCS to new clients.
Develop and deliver insightful, value-added regulatory strategies that address complex client issues
Support sales efforts, including developing and responding to proposals, to win PCS work
Own PCS regulatory workstreams on patient experience research and COA Consulting projects
Provide direction, advice, and intellectual leadership to clients and delivery teams
Contribute to PCS solution building and thought leadership initiatives
Contribute to the enhanced awareness of PCS in the marketplace, e.g. through speaking engagements, client meetings, and publications
Mentor, coach, and share regulatory subject matter expertise with others to help develop individuals and capabilities delivering world-class solutions for clients
Participate in annual performance review team processes
Engage in recruitment and selection of new staff
Remain current on industry, clients, and competitive trends and directions in order to anticipate and identify new business challenges and issues with assigned clients
Candidates interested in joining our Patient Centered Solutions team as a Regulatory Associate Director should have:
Experience interacting with global health authorities
Experience with development of regulatory strategies and submission of materials to regulators
Proven track record of successful regulatory management that included patient experience data
Knowledge of regulatory guidance documents and scientific guidelines relating to clinical outcome assessments (COA)
Demonstrable analytical, interpretative and problem-solving skills
Ability to speak with senior clients about patient-centered research and the associated methods, in a meaningful manner with depth of content knowledge
Able to draft regulatory submission documentation including meeting materials and dossiers
Able to conceptually fit individual scientific and strategy tasks together to determine how the overall project goal will be achieved
Strong capability in managing large and/or multiple projects and juggling priorities so that deadlines are met while retaining consistently high quality outcomes
Experience working in sizable/ multi-disciplined teams and leading staff
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with others in and across the organization to accomplish team goals
Knowledge of key issues in patient experience research and current developments in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries
Excellent organizational, time management, and problem solving skills
In addition to the skills and experience above an Associate Director should have:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, graduate degree
7+ years of related experience within regulatory affairs, in the life sciences industry
Excellent presentation, communication and client influencing skills
A willingness and ability to travel
Please submit your CV in English.
IQVIA is a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions and clinical research services to the life sciences industry. We believe in pushing the boundaries of human science and data science to make the biggest impact possible – to help our customers create a healthier world. Learn more at https://jobs.iqvia.com
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