• Associate Consultant, MedTech (Singapore)

    Job Locations Singapore-Singapore
  • Introduction

    EIU Healthcare


    EIU Healthcare/Clearstate, a business of the Economist Intelligence Unit, offers specialized healthcare market tracking intelligence complimented by strategic advisory services to help medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare service firms understand their current and potential markets, and implement pragmatic and innovative strategies to ultimately tap into new growth opportunities. EIU Healthcare/Clearstate aims to augment its MedTech and Life Science Practice operations by seeking to add a high calibre and enterprising Associate to the team in our Singapore office.


    We are currently looking for experienced consultants with an entrepreneurial mind-set and strong leadership qualities to join us in a middle leadership role as a Senior Associate/Associate. As Senior Associate/Associate, you will be a critical member of the leadership and project team and will be heavily involved in leading and managing strategic projects and engagements with our key clients, leading a team of healthcare consultants including guidance, mentorship, and coaching, as well as driving key company initiatives including new solutions development, workflow improvement, staff training etc. The Associate will be put on a leadership track with an aggressive career progression plan, if proven capable.


    How you will contribute:

    • Serve as the client engagement lead and project lead during the course of the project engagement, including communicating project updates, presenting key milestones, pre-empting project issues, managing different client stakeholders, etc.
    • Involve in and support the development and marketing of new solutions, including conceptualization, research design, and analysis framework development
    • Conduct business development activities to grow key account relationships via request for proposals and/or new project assignments.
    • Lead a team of healthcare analyst across all types of project engagements in the healthcare MedTech industry in the areas of market opportunity assessment, go-to-market strategy, customer insights, channel optimization strategy, market access, and competitive benchmarking
    • Mentor and guide analysts and senior analysts, ensuring that they meet their performance goals and successfully grow their careers
    • Appraise and develop team of analysts, including helping to train and develop the necessary skill sets they need to succeed as a healthcare business consultant

    Experience, skills and professional attributes

     The ideal skills for this role are: 

    • Minimum 4+ years’ of relevant experience in healthcare business consulting and/or market research
    • Proven track record in project management and client handling, in the healthcare sector or in business consulting
    • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from top tier universities, preferably Science major, with an MBA
    • Exceptional command of written and spoken English
    • Highly analytical, organized and meticulous with at least 2+ years’ of project management and project leadership experience
    • Experience in the healthcare sector preferred
    • A self-starter
    • Excellent people skills, with the ability to motivate teams and work well with people at all levels in the organization
    • Attention to detail and being highly organized
    • High business acumen with versatility to think inside and outside of the box
    • Ability to work independently and among teams, in a fast paced team structure
    • Superior communication skills
    • Highly self-aware, flexible and focused on solutions not problems
    • Passionate about healthcare, and in particular the MedTech industry

    If you're interested to learn more about EIU resources through your local academic institution, here is a list of all the universities' EIU homepages in Singapore. If you're on a campus IP address, you can access your own university's page to discover more.









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