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Access Strategy Leader

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**Sub Category** General Access

**Hiring Type** Full time

**Job Level** Individual Contributor

**Posted Date** 05-10-2023

**Posting End Date** 06-10-2023

**Job Type** Regular / Permanent

### The Position ###

Global Access (GA) is focused on delivering sustainable, replicable and scalable global strategies, policies and solutions. Our work strives to support the Pharma Vision and enables affiliates to drive patient access locally while improving the value for society, ecosystems, and Roche-s business. We operate in a highly networked and agile model with stable chapters and flexible squads and work product teams along the lifecycle and across disease areas, functions, and geographies. Chapters are based on the expertise and capabilities needed to co-create and deliver integrated solutions with our external and internal partners.

## The Role ##

Access Strategy Leaders (ASL) ensure that GA expertise is incorporated into our development and commercialization strategies at all phases of the lifecycle. They are embedded into a variety of cross-functional teams including aSquads, Pods, iSquads, Disease Area Teams, and Lifecycle Teams to support the development of scalable, feasible, and impactful access strategies, to prepare the market, and to achieve sustainable pricing and reimbursement that enables patient access and maintains our business. ASLs are typically aligned to a product or disease area, but are expected to contribute to strategies across the portfolio based on business needs. ASLs also play a meaningful role in developing and maintaining our collective understanding of internal and external market access trends and their impact on patient access and commercialization goals.

In this role, you consistently bring our mission to life by ensuring Roche and healthcare systems deliver rapid, broad, sustainable patient access to our innovative offerings. You generate integrated access strategies that are scalable and feasible, and balance broad patient access with sustainable pricing and reimbursement across markets.

You will engage boldly on iSquads, Disease Area Teams, Lifecycle Teams, Pods or other cross-functional working groups, to ensure that our commercialization and development strategies fully reflect market conditions and access considerations. By working collaboratively, and with an enterprise approach, you contribute to a culture of ownership, mastery, and innovation. You focus on outcomes and impact.

## Additionally, your key responsibilities include: ##

* Serve as an access strategy expert and GA point of contact; aid global, regional and affiliate franchise stakeholders with informed, timely guidance and advice.
* Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of internal/external access dynamics, trends, and implications.
* In partnership with the Evidence/RWE team, ensure the clinical and non-clinical evidence package is supportive of the access strategy; and in collaboration with Pricing and Evidence, support early strategic pipeline and due diligence assessments.
* Develop product or disease area policy strategies as a key component of the overall access strategy (as needed, and in consultation with the GA Policy Chapter).
* Support the growth and development of the ASL community through effective knowledge and expertise sharing. Provide coaching and mentoring to individuals based on personal and professional development needs.

## Who You Are ##

You believe that success comes from a growth mindset, focussing on customer needs, and an environment where everyone has both the expectation and the opportunity to contribute and develop.

You put your leadership focus on being a Visionary, Architect, Coach and Catalyst (VACC) and on empowering and uplifting those who work with you to enhance business impact and actively supporting the Pharma Vision.

You display strong prioritization and project management skills, you influence at all levels and position ideas and manage expectations of your key partners. You think creatively, strategically beyond the immediate future and are well versed in coaching and building relationships in a multicultural environment, in a decentralized and matrix organization.

You have excellent communication skills, including the ability to synthesize, explain and present analytics, data and complex solutions to problems to Senior Management. You are able to build s manage critical conversations and

## **Your skills and experience:** ##

* 6 or more years of access experience in the pharmaceutical or related industry. Multidisciplinary experience working in different functions within and beyond Access is preferred.
* Strong knowledge of the drug development and commercialization process, as well as an excellent understanding of the current and future external environment, and the process of developing integrated access strategies.
* Solid understanding of the global access landscape (in depth knowledge of key markets such as EU5, Canada, Brazil, China and the US is an advantage).
* A proven track record of driving successful and sustainable change that led to improved business performance.
* You demonstrate the Roche Core Competencies (Strategic Agility, Decision Making, Technical and Business Expertise, Communications, Managing Change, Inspiring and Influencing, Teamwork and Collaboration, Achieving Results, Feedback and Coaching, and Innovation) which will be critical to the way in which work is completed (-the How-).

### Who we are ###

At Roche, more than 100,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we-ve become one of the world-s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

Basel is the headquarters of the Roche Group and one of its most important centres of pharmaceutical research. Over 10,700 employees from over 100 countries come together at our Basel/Kaiseraugst site, which is one of Roche\`s largest sites. Read more.

Besides extensive development and training opportunities, we offer flexible working options, 18 weeks of maternity leave and 10 weeks of gender independent partnership leave. Our employees also benefit from multiple services on site such as child-care facilities, medical services, restaurants and cafeterias, as well as various employee events.

We believe in the power of diversity and inclusion, and strive to identify and create opportunities that enable all people to bring their unique selves to Roche.

**Roche is an Equal Opportunity Employer.**