Bristol Myers Squibb GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS AND POLICY MANAGER in Braine L'Alleud, Belgium

GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS AND POLICY MANAGER (Belgium & Luxemburg)

Location: Braine l'Alleud

Role:

The Government Affairs and Policy Manager Belgium and Luxemburg will be accountable to establish/maintain constructive collaboration between BMS and external key stakeholders: local governmental officials, public and private agencies, associations,... She/he will develop, facilitate and implement a government relations strategy plan, aligned with and supportive of BMS company and product market access plans. She/he will enhance BMS’s visibility and reputation.

Key responsibilities:

  • Deep up-to-date knowledge of the health care environment (monitor, analyze& shape)

  • Development of strong relationship and network: policy makers, HCPs, universities, government officials,…

  • Policy Development and Positioning

  • Policy Makers Advocacy

  • Political and Market Access Communications

Qualifications:

  • Min 5 years of experience in Belgian healthcare sector.

  • Preferably min 3 years of working experience in Market Access

  • Experience in relationships building and management with key stakeholders/influencers (preferably in the policy environment).

  • Strong networking and negotiation/influencing skills.

  • Strong analytical skills and strategic thinking to understand and address access stakeholders needs.

  • Demonstrated records as a self-starter who sees & grabs opportunities, who translates them into strategies and who delivers.

  • Good understanding and high interest in the broader environment (macro – political, economic, social, technological).

  • High interest in the (innovative) pharmaceutical, healthcare sector.

  • Solid communications and presentation skills to make the complex easy to understand and a good affinity to adapt messaging to the relevant audiences.

  • Demonstrated strong capabilities to work in a complex matrix structure with different functions (marketing, medical, access, etc.).

  • Developed partnerships with external and internal stakeholders.

  • Time flexibility and ability to work under pressure.

  • Verbal and written communication skills.

  • Fluent in Dutch, French and English.

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