The Market Analysis & Forecasting (MA&F) analyst role offers an opportunity to join an established team helping to reshape the Philips HealthTech opportunity shaped by convergence between Healthcare and Consumer markets. This opportunity range from intersection of consumer and clinical spaces, going through customers expressing need for integrated solutions, systems integration, connected devices, to big data and analytics.
This convergence is captured in the health continuum starting with the (a) Healthy Living, (b) Prevention, followed by (c) Diagnosis, (d) Treatment, (e) Recovery and ending with (f) Home Care.
You will identify and gain an in-depth understanding of key global and local market drivers spanning through the Health Systems business segments: diagnosis, treatment and recovery of the healthcare continuum to build market size and forecasting models for those specific business segments. These models, and your insights generated through the modeling process, will be integral in shaping business strategy and driving the planning process within Philips HealthTech.
This new position will work side-by-side with the Strategy, Merger & Acquisitions and Partnerships and Business Development teams, and will have a direct line of access to the Philips geographic market leaders and the Health Systems business segment management teams.
Build comprehensive market size and forecasting models (in excel)
Develop expertise in your segment’s product offerings and market dynamics and generate insightful analyses for key executives across Philips HealthTech
Collaborate on a project basis with group strategy and business development, business groups and markets organizations, marketing intelligence teams, finance, investor relations, among others key stakeholders to leverage the MA&F’s models and analytical capabilities
Manage historical market share performance and develop competitor analyses for key stakeholders
Develop and maintain relationships with key members of the markets and business groups teams to capture relevant data points and knowledge required to drive further model forecast accuracy
You will be situated within the Market Analysis & Forecasting team, which reports into the Head of Strategy, Merger & Acquisitions and Partnerships of Philips. The team is composed of analysts covering the businesses and activities of Philips. The MA&F team is the analytical power house within Philips HealthTech, providing fact-based market models and insightful analyses to key stakeholders across HealthTech’s business sectors and geographies.
As a team member in one of Philips HealthTech Group functions, you will be at the heart of our worldwide company. These Group departments play a key role in supporting the Royal Philips Executive Committee.
Your work will directly impact Health Systems segment business decisions, deliver underpinned measurement of our performance, and be integral in setting company-wide strategy.
What we look for:
Candidates must have a university degree, preferably in, Engineering or Business / Finance (MBA, PhD or other relevant graduate degree is a plus). Strong preference for MD with analytical experience.
Successful candidates should (1) have outstanding analytical skills, (2) be comfortable networking both within and outside Philips and (3) possess solid presentation skills to deliver various market insights to key Healthtech business group and geographic market decision makers. We expect our team members to exhibit a high level of integrity, stress resistance, flexibility and creativity.
The analyst position will focus on the Connected Care cluster focusing on the Monitoring & Analytics and Therapeutic Care businesses.
With key Health Systems locations across the world, the travel requirement is roughly 20%.This will include international travel.
Minimum of 10 years of experience in an analytical role
Minimum of 3 years of experience in disposable/implantable medical devices
Proven background in healthcare market analysis, i.e., sell-side equity research analyst, investment banker (Project finance) or other relevant employment
Should have international exposure
Boston area (Cambridge), Massachusetts, USA
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