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Offers “Roche”

days ago Roche

Government Affairs Partner

  • Internship
  • Dublin, IRELAND
  • Sales

Job description



· Job facts

In an Organisation with big ambition, there is opportunity to make meaningful change a reality. Our mission is to deliver better outcomes for more patients faster. It is worth our hard work and innovation.

The Government Affairs Partner is a full time office based role in Citywest, Dublin. His/Her mission is to focus on shaping public policy to instigate system change in the Irish healthcare environment.

Key Tasks

Optimise system change through Public Policy

· Develops a Roche Ireland Public Policy strategy to shape and future proof the Irish Healthcare environment for innovative technologies.
· Navigating political landscape and delivering projects with relevant stakeholders e.g.: Government, Political Parties, Industry Associations, Advocacy Groups, Journalists
· Identifies opportunities to shape policy through:
· participation in committees
· education of legislators or appropriate lobbying mechanisms
· patient advocacy in collaboration with the Patient Partnerships manager
· Identifies opportunities to enhance Roche's reputation and positioning as a preferred and impactful partner for sustainable healthcare.
· Provides in-depth knowledge and insight on healthcare legalization, keeping relevant internal stakeholders up-to-date with any changes.
· Liaises with Regional counterparts on Public Policy projects to ensure shared learning and efficient delivery of initiatives.
· Collaborates closely with the Strategic Partnerships and External Communications managers to ensure alignment of objectives and coordination of activities.
· Leads the production of high quality internal/external responses to relevant policies and discussion documents as required.
· Provides support to Skill Centres and Squads on issues of a political or healthcare policy, to deliver on company mission to get better outcomes, for more patients, faster.

Corporate Communications

· Contribute to the delivery of Policy inputs into an integrated communications plan aligned to Roche Ireland key goals
· Ensure an understanding of Healthcare environmental influences to direct the development of communications strategies aligned to healthcare policy opportunities.

Compliance / Monitoring

· Agree KPIs in line with Policy Plan and monitor regularly to ensure appropriate action taken
· Take personal responsibility for maintaining high ethical standards and operating in compliance with local and global policies.

Person/Skills Profile

· Skilled Public Affairs practitioner with Graduate qualification at Bachelors level minimum, Master's degree ideal
· 5 years' experience working in Public Policy
· A knowledge of Irish Healthcare and General Health policy and understanding of how this is shaped.
· Strong networking and influencing skills to facilitate stakeholder engagement.
· Excellent written and oral communication skills to facilitate communicating complex information clearly internally and Externally
· Good Interpersonal Skills
· A self-starter with demonstrable ability to plan both strategically and tactically and to effectively prioritise tasks.
· Adept at project management to co-ordinate project delivery perhaps requiring managing of third party inputs to time and budget.
· Ability to successfully navigate regulatory and legislative environment

Closing date: 3rd July 2020

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.
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· Who we are

Roche Products (Ireland) Limited was established as a full affiliate of F. Hoffman-La Roche. The company is based in Citywest in Dublin 24, and deals with the commercial aspects of our Irish business, including sales and marketing, finance, regulatory and medical affairs for the Pharmaceutical Division.

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.