Senior Manager, Biopharma Insights

Boston, Massachusetts
US$115000 - US$130000 per year

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Senior Manager, Biopharma Insights
$115,000 - $130,000
Boston, MA

Are you mission driven and want to work for a market leading biotech company who specialize in improving the lives of those who need advanced care? If you have a strong consultative mindset and can work with diverse stakeholders within the biotech, biopharma or diagnostics realm to deliver key insights and recommendations on how customer needs change or evolve, and how that impacts business strategy then this could be the next step in your career.


As a Senior Manager, Biopharma Insights, you will be a senior part of a growing commercial analytics and strategy team, focusing on both qual and quant research studies to meet and exceed customer needs across a large product portfolio, setting the strategy for long term business goals. You will:

  • Be hands-on in end-to-end market research projects, including understanding business questions, scoping the research project, working with vendors to execute, and analyzing performance and results. You will be regularly delivering presentations on your findings to a variety of senior stakeholders including executive level
  • Work with a variety of data sources, including primary and syndicated data, performing competitor, market, statistical and conjoint analysis in Excel, SPSS or R/Python, using your insights to identify opportunities for market expansion, and new customers segments and partnerships that can be built.
  • Use your research background to demonstrate a deep knowledge of how customer needs change and evolve within the biopharma, biotech, diagnostics sector to deliver insights that will be used to steer corporate strategy


  • Degree educated, preferably with Masters in a scientific or quantitative field such as Biology, Economics, Math, Statistics or similar
  • Experience within the biotech, biopharma, medical device, oncology or diagnostics sector with experience in designing and executing on research methodologies and competitor analysis
  • Proven background in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, including conjoint and statistical analysis in SPSS, Excel, R or Python
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and agile environment, and an excellent communicator.


As a Senior Manager, Biopharma Insights, you can expect to earn up to $130,000 (depending on experience), plus competitive benefits.


Please register your interest by sending your resume to Jenni Kavanagh via the Apply link on this page


Biotech, Life Sciences, Healthcare, Pharma, Biopharma, Oncology, Medical Devices, Syndicated, Primary Research, Secondary Research, SQL, R, Health, Claims, Strategy, Client facing, Recommendations, Product, Customer Engagement, Consultancy, Statistical Analytics, Conjoint, Survey Design, Market Research Competitor Analysis, Interviews, Market Analysis, Growth, Product Portfolio, SPSS, Excel

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