Amgen Sr. HOPE Specialist-Atlanta, South Carolina in Atlanta, Georgia

This is a field-based position within the Health Outcomes and Pharmacoeconomics (HOPE) Regional Medical Liaisons (RML) group in Scientific Affairs, reporting to a Director. The geographic region for this position is the GEORGIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, and national accounts as assigned.

Purpose: To develop programs, activities and relationships, both externally and internally to Amgen, in order to advance the value and clinical knowledge of our products to the payer community.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for fulfilling all aspects of the regional medical liaison role pertaining to payer and formulary support, opinion leader development, value development study support, and product support.

Key activities: This position is with the HOPE RML group and will be located in the stated geography. Travel is required. Key activities include:

  1. Provide Payer and Formulary Support through value and medical presentations that focus on therapeutic as well as economic outcomes and utilization aspects of products, and in clinical policy discussions such as evidence-based medicine, clinical guidelines and prior authorization in areas where Amgen has therapeutic expertise.

  2. Identify, develop, and maintain collaborative relationships with current and future Payer, Policy, and Health Economic and Outcomes Research opinion leaders through identifying speaker opportunities and concepts and letters of intent for investigator supported economics, humanistic outcome, and non-registration clinical studies to support Amgen's product messages within scope.

  3. Interact with key internal stakeholders to provide feedback on customer trends in interpreting and using value evidence, reimbursement and payer policy.

  4. Provide complex value-based technical information inclusive of medical education, health outcomes and Pharmacoeconomics information and models and research protocol opportunities to appropriate audiences.

  5. Represent Amgen Scientific Affairs to designated payer accounts.

  6. Represent Amgen to designated thought leaders in health economics and outcomes research for Amgen Global Health Economics (GHE) and Amgen Center for Observational Research (CfOR).

  7. Foster scientific information exchange as it relates to reimbursement and coverage policy between the medical community and Amgen.

  8. Collect and report competitive intelligence within Amgen's competitive intelligence guidelines.

  9. Effectively manage internal relationships, budgets, and T and E within guidelines.

  10. Conduct all assigned duties within Amgen compliance guidelines.

Basic Qualifications

Doctoral degree and 2 years of directly related experience

Preferred Qualifications

Pharm.D., Ph.D., M.D. or D.O.

  • Five (5) + years of related experience in total (post doctoral training -- i.e., residencies and/or fellowships -- can be a part of this related experience), including at least one year focused on clinical practice, clinical research, or medical research

  • 3+ years of clinical experience (beyond post doctoral training), with a majority of the experience in a payer environment or working with payers, is highly preferred

Amgen is an Equal Opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.