Science and Policy Analyst at Pat Taylor and Associates, Inc.

Thu, 2017-12-07 14:52 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Employer: Pat Taylor and Associates, Inc.

Expires: 12/16/2017

Pharma Consortia Practice group of a highly respected
national law firm is seeking to fill a Science, Regulation & Policy Analyst
position for our team. Based in the
Washington, D.C. office, this role is for the international pharmaceutical
consortia practice group

Highly substantive position which requires consistent
confidentiality and discretion.

Ideal candidate must have superior academics from a top
tier university. Minimum 3.5 GPA for undergraduate and graduate degrees. Competitive Salary and Benefits package

DUTIES:

•             Conduct
research, analysis and writing related to pharmaceutical science and regulation
with a focus on collaborative efforts within the biopharmaceutical industry.

•             Prepare
for and facilitate discussions within biopharmaceutical industry groups and
committees, as well as with external organizations, such as government
agencies, standard setting bodies, healthcare providers, patient advocacy
groups, academicians, trade groups, and other stakeholders.

•             Conduct
technical work as needed to advance the mission of collaborative
initiatives. This may include
facilitating data and information sharing, writing technical papers and
regulatory submissions.

•             Develop
close working relationships in small, project-oriented, multidisciplinary team
of lawyers, policy analysts, project managers and senior scientists.

•             Establish
and maintain contact with clients and government officials in the United
States, Europe, Latin America and Asia.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS
AND ABILITIES

•             Demonstrated
ability to effectively manage multiple short- and long-term projects, including
technical projects that require planning, forecasting, and risk identification
and management

•             Must
have creativity, initiative, good judgment, and excellent writing and speaking
skills, as well as the ability to think strategically and analytically

•             Ability
to acquire new expertise and skills quickly, e.g., on emerging science and
technology topics.

•             Ability
to quickly develop rapport and gain respect at all levels both within and
outside the firm

•             Ability
to work with detailed information accurately and efficiently while maintaining
confidentiality

•             Willingness
to work in a fast-paced, service-centered and team-oriented environment

•             Unbiased
judgment, sound discretion and openness to the views of others

•             Ability
to interact with people in a manner that shows sensitivity, tact and
professionalism

•             Able
to quickly grasp the goals, service, culture and strategy of both the
department and the firm overall

•             Proficiency
with data analytics and data sharing

•             Must
conduct him/herself professionally in appearance and actions; must set a
positive example for all personnel and support a collegial and collaborative
work environment

EDUCATION:

•             Graduate
degree in the natural or physical sciences is required

**   Please include
your salary requirements in your cover letter.

Department of Economics

University of Virginia
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Phone: 434-924-3177
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