Field Based Brand Manager

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  • Sweden
  • Posted 5 months ago

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The role

You will get the opportunity to work with the exiting new investigational stem cell therapy Cx601 for patients with complex peri-anal fistulas. As field based Brand & Customer Manager you will be responsible for the Swedish customer marketing – drive deep understanding of what motivates patients with complex perianal fistula’s and the health care providers that care for them, including what could cause them to choose the over other treatments, acting on this through the delivery and implementation of an integrated brand plan, with considerations to the current market access conditions and challenges.

Your background

You have experience of working in the field, as Product Manager and/or Market Access Manager and from working with new product launches, preferably within specialty care and/or orphan disease market. Experience from working with Chrohn´s disease and surgery is a merit.

You are preferably based in Linköping, Gothenburg, Malmö/Lund or Stockholm /Uppsala.

More information

For more information about the position, please contact Anders Larsson, Partner at Compass Human Resources Group at 073 – 203 46 91 or You can also contact Maria Andersson, Research Consultant at 073-421 16 11.  All enquiries will be handled with confidentiality. If interested please apply as soon as possible.  Applications will be processed on an ongoing basis.

Therefore, we ask you to apply as soon as possible in order to make sure that your application is taken into consideration.

The Company

Takeda is a global pharmaceutical leader with more than 30,000 professionals working together across more than 70 countries. We have an unwavering dedication to put people first and we live our values of Takeda-ism: Integrity, Fairness, Honesty, and Perseverance. We are united by our more than 230-year legacy of research-based pharmaceuticals and our mission to strive toward Better Health and a Brighter Future for people worldwide through leading innovation in medicine.