Our client is a European pioneer in the development, marketing and distribution of medicines for people with rare and complex diseases. To enhance the team in Vienna headquarters our client is looking for an International Market Access & Pricing Manager (m/f/d).


  • Develop and implement international pricing and access strategies and tactics
  • Monitor pricing and reimbursement/HTA regulations and trends across the markets
  • Ensure best launch and in-market prices according to the market situation, aligned with commercial strategies
  • Provide strategic guidance on Market Access topics to the commercial, regulatory, medical and business development teams
  • Generate health economic evidence for existing and future products
  • Conduct systematic analysis of the reimbursement potential for the products
  • Partner with the local affiliates to define launch sequencing, align access strategies and support local reimbursement application procedures and strategic initiatives
  • Provide services and tools to country teams for supporting field-based communication strategies within the local Health Systems
  • Work with external vendors to develop market access tools and information sets

Professional Skills

  • Academic degree in life science, health economy or similar and demonstrable experience working in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Experience in Market Access, Medical, or Regulatory Affairs
  • Experience in HTA, HE&OR, as well as pharmaceutical pricing is an asset
  • High degree of business sense, strategic, and analytical thinking
  • Highly developed analytical, problem-solving, and consulting skills
  • Demonstrated ability in working with and driving cross functional teams
  • Excellent communication across all levels, both internal and external

The gross yearly salary provided for this function is a minimum of EUR 70,000 based on a full-time employment. Any potential overpayment depends on professional experience and qualifications.

We are looking forward to receiving your application addressed to Mag. Nadine Weber quoting reference number E0086 to