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Health Economic Researcher

Health Economic Researcher

Posted 6 April by Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited Easy Apply Ended

Are you a Graduate looking to join a dynamic team within Health Economics?

Your new company
My client is one of the most dynamic pharmaceutical consultancies within the industry. They have developed a well-established team within Health Economics made up of medical writers, statisticians and health economists working with global pharmaceutical companies and within their continued growth are looking to expand their team further with a Health Economic Researcher. They pride themselves in developing a consultancy that is committed to personal development and rewarding high performance.

Your new role
My client is looking for a highly motivated graduate to join within the HTA team to support and assist within the delivery of systematic literature reviews. This team will help you develop your skill-sets and gain a greater understanding into the world of Health Economics.

What you'll need to succeed

  • Life Sciences Degree (related to Human Physiology would be a plus)
  • Very strong ability to communicate and excellent written skills Quality produced work with an exceptional eye for detail

What you'll get in return

The opportunity to gain exposure to work on a variety of interesting and innovative scientific studies. My client have partnered with pharmaceutical clients across the world and this leads to a dynamic and rewarding workplace with a friendly and vibrant work environment.

What you need to do now
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