Position Overview 

Putnam is looking to hire a health economic modeller to join a collaborative team in Poland as an HEOR Analyst and growing company to support a range of decision modelling and other health economics projects.  

This role is based in Poland, in our Krakow office (hybrid working model). Remote work may be available - please inquire. 


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

Based within the modelling team, the post holder will support a range of health economics projects across various teams across the company such as: 

  • Development of economic models (contributing to development of model specifications, building economic models and interpreting results) 
  • Statistical/econometric analyses of datasets such as resource-use and quality-of-life data (development of statistical analysis plans, data analysis, interpretation of results) 
  • Contributing to Health Technology Assessment [HTA] submissions 
  • Preparation of reports and presentations 
  • Supporting the project manager to successfully deliver projects to expected quality, timelines and budget 
  • Participation in internal and external (communication with clients) day-to-day management of projects as required 


Additional responsibilities of the role may include the following: 

  • Contributing to the development of evidence generation plans 
  • Reviewing HTA and reimbursement decisions 
  • Drafting abstracts and manuscripts as lead or co-author 
  • Development of conference presentations, workshops and symposia 
  • Supporting the development of proposals 
  • Designing, implementing and analyzing quality of life and stated preference studies 
  • Designing, implementing and analyzing HTA policy and methodology studies 


Desired Skills and Experience 

Functional technical expertise 

  • Higher degree (PhD or MSc) in health economics or related discipline 
  • Good knowledge of health economic methodologies (e.g., economic modelling, analysis of real-world economic evidence, utility measurement, costing studies) 
  • An understanding of HTA methodologies and processes 
  • An understanding of the global payer environment including coverage, reimbursement and pricing 
  • Project management skills 
  • Proposal writing skills 
  • Ability to clearly communicate technical issues 
  • Excellent quantitative skills, including econometrics 
  • Good knowledge of statistical software packages (e.g., STATA, R) 
  • Fluency in English 
  • Excellent MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel skills 
  • Must have 2+ years minimum of work experience to be considered for a senior analyst position 


What we offer you! 

  • Flexibility and individual support for more balanced and enjoyable life 
  • Competitive compensation and great benefits  
  • Fantastic opportunities for professional development, working along industry experts 
  • Tight-knit, collegiate office environment 
  • We have an opening in either London or Paris [please select office preference during application process] 


Company Description 

Putnam, an Inizio Advisory company, is a leading scientific and strategic consulting partner that helps the global life science community make confident decisions, build value, and bring life-changing innovations to clinicians and patients. For more than 30 years, our rigorous, bespoke approach and globally diverse team have delivered unrivalled depth across therapeutic areas, business functions, geographic markets, healthcare sectors, and technology platforms to maximize the human impact and commercial success of client innovations. 

We believe that to create real, lasting change on human health, we must bring out the best in our people, in every way and at every level. We offer a boutique-firm feel inside a global enterprise, opening the door to limitless opportunities to kickstart your career or hone your expertise. Built on the pillars of empowerment, collaboration, and meaning, we're proud to offer a fulfilling environment where world-class advisors can come together to shape the future of healthcare for the better. 

Serving the life sciences industry, including the top 20 global biopharmaceutical companies, consistently ranked as one of the top consulting firms by Vault, and maintaining a true global team of experts with 400+ talented team members sitting across 3 continents, we offer a unique opportunity to play a central role in supporting our clients. Our primary office locations are Boston, New York, San Francisco, London, Tokyo, Tunisia, Delhi, Krakow, Paris, and Newcastle. 

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are tenets of our core values. We strive to create a culture and environment that fosters belonging and authenticity across all levels and values individuals for their skills, experience, diverse backgrounds, and unique perspectives. Collectively, DEI serves as a foundational element of who we are and how we work with our clients and with each other. 

Our core values: 

  • Collaboration 
  • Excellence 
  • Ingenuity 
  • Grit 
  • Diversity 

We are proudly part of Inizio Advisory, a trusted advisor for pharmaceutical and life science companies that turns science into strategy, supporting execution at every stage of the product and patient journey from early commercialization to launch and beyond. Offering market research and insights; strategy, people and transformation consulting; and commercial benchmarking delivered through sector specific connected solutions and intelligence, Inizio Advisory helps create long-term value for clients and their patients. 



Don't meet every job requirement? That's okay! Our company is dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you're excited about this role, but your experience doesn't perfectly fit every qualification, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right person for this role or others.

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