Lilly LCCI BI&A – Medical Affairs Capability Analyst - Global in Bengaluru, India
At Lilly, we unite caring with discovery to make life better for people around the world. We are a global healthcare leader headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our 39,000 employees around the world work to discover and bring life-changing medicines to those who need them, improve the understanding and management of disease, and give back to our communities through philanthropy and volunteerism. We give our best effort to our work, and we put people first. We’re looking for people who are determined to make life better for people around the world.
LCCI BI&A –Medical Affairs Capability Analyst - Global
The role requires collaboration with Global Medical Affairs team in providing high quality analytical support that can drive better customer experience and business impact. It also requires the person to identify unmet analytical needs in medical affairs space and use the available data to provide creative solutions which would involve dealing with limitations and unstructured nature of data.
The LCCI BI&A team comprises of creative problem solvers who support achievement of the brand’s goals, while always striving for process improvement and innovation
Medical Project Execution: as individual contributor, responsible to support medical customer insights process and analytical capabilities
Ability to work on projects individually and as a part of a team with less/no supervision
Gather, analyse, and use of medical insights to support comprehensive customer insights management strategy & process
Use data gathered to support customer insights to develop medical strategy & solutions which will address HCP and patient medical needs
Perform machine learning-driven text mining analytics to arrive at the true patient unmet medical needs
Build and exhibit deep expertise on available data sets and support data enabled decision making by developing dashboards using data from all sources (Medical Call Centres, Clinical Development, Customer Support Programs, MSL feedback, Medical journals etc.)
Cross-collaborate across medical functions and business partners to effectively add value to the insight generation process
Project Delivery: as team member, drive
Quality, speed, value, and compliance throughout the analytics value chain
Project management for seamless project execution, prioritization, and high-quality delivery
Participating in various phases of the project including kick-off, methodology development, execution, insight generation and data visualization and results presentation to various stakeholders
Along with the delivery, develop oneself as a business partner who can add value through –
understanding business questions and be creative in providing easily consumable solutions
provide recommendations on additional analyses that can be using the data available
perform the analyses and present findings/insights to drive better business decisions
Process improvements and implementation of analytical best practices and share learnings in different forums
Preferred degree in sciences or quantitative discipline i.e. Finance, Econometrics, Statistics, Engineering or Computer Sciences. Experience in pharma/healthcare industry is preferable
At least 4-6 years of evolving experience in data management, business/market intelligence, performance reporting and/or descriptive analytics for Medical affairs / RWE leadership, with demonstrated results in understanding, structuring, and making sense of unfamiliar and messy datasets
Expertise in writing and debugging efficient SQL queries
Knime is an added advantage
Coding: Python, R (At least 1)
Tableau expertise is a must have
Experience in business analytics
Data cleaning and preparation skill (database querying, descriptive statistics)
Problem solving skills and lateral thinking ability
An eye for detail
Experience in working with business partners located in another country
Interpersonal and communication skills, with ability to work, remotely, across time zones
Ability to operate effectively in an international matrix environment
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