Conduct quantitative analyses of information affecting investment programs of public or private institutions.

Analyst Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Analyst to join our team.


  • Support various stakeholder in interpreting data and analysing results;
  • Enter Finished Goods code (SKU) together with correct EAN information on to SAP on receipt of the BOM WIP sheet;
  • Monitor and report monthly on late non-effective SKU status;
  • Source, maintain and update sales and lease comparable databases;
  • Assist preparation and review of some Argus models;
  • Ensure continuity of service in the savings team where necessary;
  • Manage the reporting requirements of the Procurement and Customer Engagement Business Units and Sales team;
  • Building and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders;
  • Responsible for updating base price amendments as per scheme of delegation;
  • Perform COSHH assessments for new and existing chemicals;
  • Communicate with stakeholders, managing projects and expectations;
  • Build and apply an understanding of oncology and biosimilars drug development and commercialization, including the dynamics in these markets;
  • Assist in the presentation of regular savings communications into Customers including Procurement, Commercial and Customer Engagement teams;
  • Ensure faster transfer of converted pipeline opportunities into savings records / baseline tables;
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, calibrate and validate laboratory equipment.


  • Previous experience with analytical method transfer, verification and validation;
  • Experience working within a laboratory environment;
  • Experience in analytical techniques (UV, IR, KF, HPLC, GC and dissolution analysis);
  • Experience in GMP raw material testing;
  • B.Sc. (or equivalent) in Chemistry or a Life Science subject with a significant chemistry portion;
  • Experience in working with complex data sets;
  • Experience with real-world data (e.g., claims, EHR);
  • Experience with key information resources (e.g., clinical trial and pipeline databases, sales/consumption data, physician audit databases);
  • Experience in modeling and forecasting pharmaceutical markets;
  • Interest in engaging the challenges facing the biopharma industry;
  • Familiarity with clinical research, drug development, and/or commercialization processes;
  • A first or upper second-class degree in biological/medical/or other science discipline;
  • Knowledge of market access and reimbursement issues in major and/or growth markets.