Working at BresMed is fun, intellectually stimulating and rewarding. We encourage our people to build the role and career that suits their skill set and personal interests.
Start date: Immediately
Location: Office based, in Sheffield or Manchester
Are you interested in bringing your organizational skills to a thriving independent company?
If so, BresMed is offering an exciting opportunity to join our Consulting and Management team.
BresMed works with pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers, helping them to demonstrate the clinical and economic value of their products to governments and other healthcare payers and providers. BresMed’s core services include the development of health economic models, which utilize cutting-edge economic and statistical methodology and the development of market access materials, including reimbursement and value dossiers.
BresMed 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 our head office in Sheffield we employ over 150 people in the UK, India, Ireland, the Netherlands and the US.
As part of the Consulting and Management (C&M) team you will work with our technical teams and different country offices to manage a variety of multi-team projects for a wide range of clients, ensure smooth client communications on projects and support the delivery of high-quality projects.
This is a challenging role with fast-paced day-to-day responsibilities, which include:
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. We are looking for an approachable, well-organized individual, who can interact with staff across all levels and work well to deadlines.
Compensation and benefits package:
How to apply:
Applicants must be able to demonstrate legal eligibility to work in the UK. To apply please include the job reference LCUK0719-1 in the subject line of your email and send a CV and cover letter detailing your eligibility for the role to email@example.com. Should you require further details regarding this post, please contact us on the email address above or on +44 (0)114 309 4372. The closing date for this post is Wednesday 31 July 2019.
BresMed is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of merit, irrespective of protected characteristics and in accordance with legislative requirements.
To all recruitment agencies: BresMed will not accept agency resumes for this role. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs email address, BresMed employees or any other company location. BresMed is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
Start date: September/October 2019
Location: Office-based, in Sheffield or Manchester
Are you interested in working in a cutting-edge industry, where you can develop globally valued skills and apply your maths and statistics knowledge to improving healthcare?
If so, BresMed is offering an exciting opportunity to join our Statistics team.
Health economics is a rapidly developing and increasingly important field due to aging populations and the increasing burden of healthcare. The tools developed by health economists are widely used for evaluating the clinical and economic value of drugs and devices. This process requires economists, statisticians and clinical writers with a capacity for finding creative solutions to challenging problems. Solving such problems necessitates statistical expertise, as well as an in-depth understanding of the theoretical frameworks employed to assess value in a healthcare setting.
BresMed 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 our head office in Sheffield we employ over 150 people in the UK, India, Ireland, the Netherlands and the US. Once settled, there are opportunities for international placements and secondments.
We aim to deliver high-quality and innovative research solutions, working closely with clients to develop economic models and analyses for early product development and submission to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, the Scottish Medicines Consortium and the National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics, as well as other European and national authorities. We have fostered strong links with academia in the UK and other European countries, and we pride ourselves on developing innovative and cutting-edge methodologies.
We identify ourselves as having a dynamic and vibrant culture, with many of our employees joining the organization as graduates. This has promoted a meritocratic environment where every employee has a voice and is encouraged to express their thoughts and opinions. We believe in developing our staff and exposing them to responsibility from an early stage in their careers, enabling rapid progression, while maintaining a close support network.
We are seeking a recently graduated statistician with the enthusiasm, vision and flexibility in approach required to grow into a key and influential role within the Statistics team.
The core focus of your work will be using statistical solutions to investigate and demonstrate what would happen to patients on a new health technology (drug, device, diagnostic technique, etc.). This requires close teamwork both cross-functionally within BresMed and with our clients. The job requires attention to detail, an inquisitive mindset and a desire to learn both technically (statistically) and more broadly (e.g. understanding disease areas). We will support you with both internally and externally delivered training to enable you to grow into the role and further develop the key skill sets for this position.
Your responsibilities will include:
Common types of analyses/projects performed include:
We are looking for enthusiasm, vision, flexibility in approach and the desire to grow into a key and influential role within our Statistics team. You will ideally have:
Compensation and benefits package:
As part of our graduate programme, you have the option (if required) of enrolling in, and being supported through, a part-time 2-year MSc to gain a formal qualification in medical statistics.
How to apply:
Applicants must be able to demonstrate legal eligibility to work in the UK. To apply please include the job reference NRUK0719-1 in the subject line of your email and send a CV and cover letter/email detailing your eligibility for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for this post is 31 July 2019. Should you require further details regarding this post, please contact us on the email address above.
BresMed is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of merit, and in accordance with legislative requirements.
Applications for permanent graduate positions are accepted from October each year.
Telephone interviews take place typically from November to December.
Assessment days take place typically in January or February and offers are made to successful candidates.
Our permanent graduate positions typically commence between July and September.
How to apply for a graduate position
Details of how to apply for each position will be available once the application process opens.
We currently offer industry placements in our Health Economics team. Due to the specialist nature of our work and the training required, we only offer summer internships in our business support teams.
Our industry placements are for 9-12 months and commence from July to September each year.
Intern roles will be advertised on our website as they become available.
As a successful business in a growing industry, we are always on the lookout for self-motivated, knowledgeable people to join our team. So whether you are taking your first step out of university or the next step in your health economic and outcomes research career, we would love to hear from you.
You can submit your CV to email@example.com