The Associate Director, US Payer Marketing will be responsible for the development and implementation of key brand strategies and initiatives that are focused on the U.S. payer and reimbursement environment to support the overall US commercial strategy. This role will be responsible for collaborating with multiple functional groups, including but not limited to Market Access, Payer Access, Government Affairs, Sales, Regulatory, Market Research, Commercial Operations, Legal, Patient Advocacy and Medical Affairs.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provide commercial direction, input, and decision making at all stages of brand strategy and operational plan execution
Develop and execute payer strategy, including identification of key market dynamics, critical tactical programs, and portfolio positioning and messaging
Formulate competitive payer messaging platform to effectively position Sarepta products within the RNA and gene therapy marketplace
Support management by conducting analyses, synthesizing strategic inputs and providing strategic recommendations
Identify market research needs, align on market research plans and translate findings into portfolio strategies and forecasting assumptions
Work and manage all vendors/agencies successfully and effectively
Collaborate with market access field team to develop new promotional initiatives to field personnel in an efficient and accurate manner.
Oversee market access strategy development and execution across the DMD franchise and eventually other therapeutic areas.
Represent marketing function as the PRC reviewer for all promotional material
BA/BS degree in business, marketing or science required
Minimum of 2 years of market access experience
Minimum of 10 years of pharmaceutical and/or healthcare experience with a minimum of 5+ years in U.S. pharmaceutical marketing (pre-launch or in-line) or relevant experience
Strong, team-oriented leader with excellent communication skills and the ability to influence, lead, negotiate and work effectively at all levels across the organization
Experience in successfully representing the commercial perspective during the regulatory/legal review of launch promotional materials
Ability to complete quantitative and qualitative analyses of complex strategic initiatives, including a demonstrated understanding of the tools and methodologies needed to develop assumptions for a business case, market and competitive analysis, customer needs and primary/secondary research sources to support hypotheses
Enthusiasm, confidence, ability to work on multiple tasks, problem solving ability, comfort in an ambiguous environment, and ability to prioritize effectively to meet organizational objectives
Strong preference for experience in rare disease marketing, including launch experience.
Muscular dystrophy marketing experience is desired but not required
Experience with products that have accelerated approval launch is desired
Launch experience in preferred
MBA is preferred but not required
Candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Sarepta Therapeutics offers a competitive compensation and benefit package.
Sarepta Therapeutics is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and participates in e-Verify.