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Senior Manager HEMAR Policy EMEA

  • Titel Senior Manager HEMAR Policy EMEA
  • Funktion Marketing
  • Unterfunktion Market Access
  • Standort High Wycombe, England, United Kingdom; Issy Les Moulineaux, Haute-de-Seine, France; Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain; Rhein-Kreis Neuss, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany; Milano, Italy
  • Gepostet
  • Stellenangebotsnummer 2306158342W



·       An exciting opportunity has arisen in Access Policy within the Health Economics, Market Access & Reimbursement (HEMAR) team in Janssen EMEA. 

·       The individual will work in collaboration with key internal stakeholders to drive Access Policy across EMEA. Key areas of focus involve monitoring policy developments, collaborating with a cross-functional team and providing HEMAR input to the EU legislative and policy agenda, developing content and policy positions, delivering research to inform evidence-based debate, building internal capabilities, developing and executing an external engagement plan to drive the debate for policy reform.


·       Shaping the Access Policy Strategy

·       Liaising closely with cross-functional colleagues (Comms, GA&P, Legal etc.), OpCos and TA’s to align on policy priorities, and develop relevant action plans to drive VBHC

·       Developing and executing external engagement plans (e.g. publications, panels, round tables, thought-leadership etc.) to drive the debate around policy priority areas.

·       Developing and shaping policy positions relating to access (in collaboration with other key functions).

·       Tracking access-related policy developments and communicating these internally.

·       Monitoring health and pharmaceutical expenditure trends.

·       Conducting policy research and generating evidence to support our organisation in driving the debate around access-related policy issues

·       Providing expert input into the EU legislative and policy agenda, draft legislations and EFPIA documents.

·       Supporting HEMAR input into the Pharma Regulation (developing/contributing to briefings for senior leadership and ensuring EFPIA co-ordination within HEMAR) 

·       Co-ordinating HEMAR topic experts and developing content/presentations to support/update HEMAR leadership as necessary (at ELT, ELST, JPAC)

·       Supporting workstreams focused on EU HTA Regulation (shaping policy and company readiness).

·       Co-leading an Access Policy functional network.

·       Partnering with colleagues from TA’s to support evidence development and policy shaping in the respective areas.

·       Enhancing internal knowledge around Access Policy issues, our policy priorities, and respective company positions.

·       Supporting development of capabilities across our OpCos (communicating information, sharing materials, and organising training sessions)

·       Leading the execution of external engagements (liaising with event organisers, shaping event structures and participation, developing speaker notes, and briefing our leaders in advance).

·       Participating in external engagement events, discussions and sharing insights and learnings.

·       Leading internal and external meetings and workshops as required on policy topics.

·       Developing and reviewing content/presentations required for internal and external meetings, and co-ordinating compliance review as needed.

·       Maintaining and developing tools to maximize efficiencies in processes and communication with internal stakeholders such as SharePoint sites, tracking engagement activities, and maintaining master Access Policy documents.

·       Setting up contracts (RFP, contracting, HCC processes etc.) and as needed with external vendors to deliver high-quality projects and manage consultants as necessary.  

·       Tracking project progress and budgets to ensure contractual processes are adhered to and budget spend commitments are met.

·       Ensuring all activities, publications and external engagements are carried out in accordance with legal and compliance rules (e,g. iMR, JPUBS)


The role is EMEA based and will involve travel <25% across the EMEA region. 
It is anticipated that the role holder will be based in his/her current country of residence as long as easy access to travel/transportation and local hosting is available at a Janssen office. 



·       First degree or equivalent in Health Economics, Economics or a life-science relevant to the pharmaceutical industry.

·       Advanced degree (MSc., MBA, Ph.D) in health economics or a closely related field is usually expected.

·       Strong understanding of European price & reimbursement systems highly recommended

·       Deep understanding of HTA Processes and Methods highly recommended.

·       Experience working in policy related roles or projects.

·       Good understanding of Health Care systems.

·       Ability to create alignment across functions and geographies and work constructively with diverse groups in a complex matrix.

·       Excellent networking, listening, presentation, negotiation, and scientific writing skills.

·       Strong project management skills.

·       Ability to think out-of-the-box and propose creative and solid solutions to address complex problems.

·       “Make it happen” and “roll up the sleeves” mentality, drive and motivation, persistence to achieve goals, and real team player.

·       Open to change with a flexible attitude to be able to handle a complex, multiple stakeholder environment, both internally and externally.

·       Seeing the big picture without losing analytical focus with an eye for detail as needed.

·       Excellent written and spoken English.

·       Awareness of and strict adherence to J&J Credo values, SOPs, Policies and Guidelines.


Significant professional experience in Market Access & Health Economics at a pharmaceutical company at global, regional or operating company level, especially working in the areas of Pricing and Reimbursement, HTA, and Policy

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