Job title: Director, Global Market Access & Pricing, Immunology

Location: Cambridge, MA

About the Job

Are you ready to share the future of medicine? The race is on to speed up drug discovery and development to find answers for patients and their families. Your skills could be critical in helping our teams accelerate progress. Join our Global Market Access team as an Area Business Manager and you’ll help patients and families affected by rare and debilitating diseases.

We are an innovative global healthcare company, committed to transforming the lives of people with immune challenges, rare diseases and blood disorders, cancers, and neurological disorders. From R&D to sales, our talented teams work together, revolutionizing treatment, continually improving products, understanding unmet needs, and connecting communities. We chase the miracles of science every single day, pursuing progress to make a real impact on millions of patients around the world.​

Main responsibilities:

  • Leads the assessment of various internal assets and potential target indications, in collaboration with the therapeutic global cross-functional partners

  • Leads the development of the access and pricing strategy of internal assets, based on relevant scenarios developed in collaboration with New Product Planning

  • Responsible for the timely development a clear Early Market Access Roadmap for all assets under scope to ensure the organization has the right level of understanding and preparedness to support decision making and market preparation

  • Coordinates the relevant Market Access local sub teams, ensuring relevant input and engagement from priority markets

  • Maintain a high level of knowledge with regards to the scientific, clinical, strategic pricing and commercial developments relevant to the assets under scope

  • Develop and maintain a robust understanding of relevant pricing and reimbursement criteria used by payers in key markets to make informed decisions about payer strategy, plans and tactics

  • Improves early market access capabilities across the pipeline through methodology & standard improvement in areas such as value assessment, strategic pricing, robust and early insights generation, scenario development, risk management

About you

  • Education: BA/BS degree required. Master’s degree in science, business, or related discipline is preferred.

  • 10 years of relevant professional experience with an accomplished track record.

  • Strong interest for clinical drug development / the science and shaping early strategies in a continuously evolving environment

  • Strong analytical skills, including pricing, with ability to translate clinical information and messages into clear payer access strategies / recommendations

  • Flexibility and demonstrated ability to work across multiple projects and priorities as well as across diverse and complex payer archetypes in the US and ex-US geographies

  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills, including the ability to write and deliver presentations to professionals at all levels within Sanofi in a straightforward way

  • Strong leadership and demonstrated relationship building; ability to work well in a cross-functional team and build coalition

Why Choose Us

  • Bring the miracles of science to life alongside a supportive, future-focused team.​​

  • Discover endless opportunities to grow your talent and drive your career, whether it’s through a promotion or lateral move, at home or internationally.​​

  • Enjoy a thoughtful, well-crafted rewards package that recognizes your contribution and amplifies your impact.​​

  • Take good care of yourself and your family, with a wide range of health and wellbeing benefits including high-quality healthcare, prevention and wellness programs and at least 14 weeks’ gender-neutral parental leave.​

Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.​