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Competitive Intelligence Analyst

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Duties: The Competitive Intelligence (CI) Analyst participates actively in supporting our biotechnology client's US commercial planning efforts by providing objective, in-depth information about current and future markets and competitive forces. The CI Analyst acts as a strategic advisor to the US commercial teams with deep expertise in current and future competitive drivers in the marketplace as well as functional expertise in how to use CI to develop competitive strategies.

Provide an objective commercial viewpoint based on an in-depth understanding and analysis of commercial, clinical, and scientific competitive information. Make recommendations on brand strategy that prepare the brand for a competitive marketplace.
Lead competitive threat assessments to develop rigorous team assumptions about key competitors; ensure local assumptions are consistent with global assumptions.
Liaise with Global CI counterparts to ensure up-to-date competitive intelligence and assumptions are shared with all appropriate US teams (includes congresses, news flashes, pipeline updates, therapeutic area landscape reviews)
Provide situational analysis support for quarterly business reviews, brand planning, launch readiness reviews, etc.
Liase across the broader analytics department to deliver holistic insights to the brands. Inform, communicate, and collaborate with analytics partners.


Skills:
Competitive intelligence experience is a plus, but not required
Demonstrated competency conducting research, distilling down vast amounts of data into concise summaries focused on the key implications for customers and strategy
Analytical thinking skills, especially as it relates to clinical development strategy & timelines
Persuasive written and verbal communications
Demonstrated experience acting as strategic thought partner to teams
Experience working in a highly matrixed environment and standing out as a successful collaborator
Experience managing outside vendors and a budget is a plus
Three to five years experience in the healthcare industry - preferably in biopharma (commercial or clinical) and/or management consulting. Exposure to pharmaceutical product development and relevant therapeutic area expertise is a plus


Education: Undergraduate or graduate work in life sciences required; advanced degree in business or science preferred.

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