Start date: Flexible
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Status: Full time
Are you interested in bringing your professional writing and business support skills to a company that is both successful and rapidly expanding to help meet growing client demand?
If so, our client is offering an exciting opportunity to join their talented team.
About our client:
Our client works with pharmaceutical and medical devices companies, helping them to demonstrate the clinical and economic value of their products to governments and other healthcare providers. This is mainly done through the development of health economic models, which utilise cutting-edge economic and statistical methodology.
Our client is one of the largest privately owned health economic and outcomes research (HEOR) consultancies in the world. The office dynamic is intellectually stimulating, fun and focused on results. With their head office in Sheffield, UK, our client employs over 140 people in the UK, India, Ireland, the Netherlands and the US, which means that there are frequent opportunities for international travel or placements.
They identify themselves as having a vibrant culture where everyone matters. Many of their employees join as graduates, and they believe in developing their staff and offering them responsibility from an early stage in their careers, enabling rapid progression within a supportive environment.
As a result of their continued organic business growth, increasing scope of service offerings, and a continually evolving and expanding client base, our client is currently seeking to recruit an administrative specialist, with the enthusiasm, vision, flexibility in approach and natural communication skills required to support the Country Head for the US and play a key role within the commercial team.
The successful candidate can be expected to work under the direct guidance of the Country Head, supporting commercial activities and providing a business support service. This is intended as a flexible role and will require close and regular collaboration and communication with senior leadership and technical teams at our client, as theyll as direct client contact.
The work will include the co-ordination and support of their contracting process and discussions (both internal and external), and the continued development of their Excel based contract tracking and follow up systems.
Key responsibilities of the BD analyst post will include, but will not be limited to:
- Support the Head of Commercial in tracking the status of contract agreements for newly awarded projects
- Support in the turn-around of work order documentation for newly awarded projects under existing master services agreements
- Support in providing initial screening reviews of standard contract / work order documentation, to highlight rapidly areas of likely concern (training will be provided for this level of review)
- Support in the tracking and communication of client information taken from existing master services agreement and top-level contract terms (discount arrangements etc)
- Undergo training to be a CMAP primary user, providing cover for other primary users within our client
- Liaise with the Communications team in the our client office in the UK to ensure the local communications content and materials are consistent with our client’s style and branding
- Assume day-to-day responsibility for office management including facilities, IT equipment, and travel and accommodation bookings for visitors, under direction from the Head of Operational Support
- Be the initial point of contact for finance enquiries during US working hours and refer to the Finance team as required
- Promote our client’s culture of employee engagement in the US office and promote Holistic Health benefits amongst staff
- Provide guidance and support to the US team in following company policies and procedures
- Undertake HR support and administration as directed by the Country Head, such as collecting documents from new joiners and submitting to the HR team
- Create content for our client’s intranet, such as useful information for the Las Vegas office page
Due to the multidisciplinary, fast-moving nature of the consultancy business, the successful candidate will need to have an enthusiasm for variety along with a flexible attitude. The post holder will also need to be organised, meticulous, reliable, and self-motivated.
The ideal candidate will be expected to have a bachelor’s qualification and should also have:
- Minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in a related role
- Excellent MS Office skills
- A friendly and approachable personality, with exceptionally strong verbal and written communication skills, to coordinate effectively with internal stakeholders and clients alike
- Strong interpersonal skills and a high degree of self-motivation, with a proven ability to manage expectations
- Excellent verbal and written English skills and ability to work effectively with people at all levels of the organization
- Demonstrable ability to take initiative, ask questions, and prioritize
- Ability to work on multiple assignments and manage time effectively
- A personal commitment to taking full responsibility for delegated activity
Knowledge or technical experience within an office environment is essential. Knowledge of either the pharmaceutical or HEOR industries is desirable but not necessary.
The role also provides opportunities for both national and international travel, but is primarily office based in the company offices in Summerlin, Las Vegas.
Compensation and benefits package:
- $40,000-$45,000 (dependent on experience) plus bonus
- 33.5 days’ paid leave inclusive of public holidays
- Medical insurance
- Other health and wellbeing benefits