Senior Manager, Fiscal & Legislative Impact Analysis & Advocacy - Remote Role
Location United States, RemoteWorkstyle Remote Only Apply
For more than two decades, going our own way has led to countless breakthroughs, bettering the lives of those suffering from rare genetic disease. In 1997 we were founded to make a big difference in small patient populations. Now we seek to make an even greater impact by applying the same science-driven, patient-forward approach that propelled our last 25 years of drug development to larger genetic disorders, as well as genetic subsets of more common conditions. Through our unparalleled expertise in genetics and molecular biology, we will continue to develop targeted therapies that address the root cause of the conditions we seek to treat. Applying our knowledge to make a transformative impact is not just a calling, but an obligation to those who will benefit most. The end goal has always been better lives and now we can reach more.
And the more people we reach, the more our impact can grow. We transform lives through genetic discovery.
Our desire to make a positive impact on our patients extends to our employees and BioMarin is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where every person feels seen, valued, and heard – so employees can thrive in all areas of their lives, in and outside of work. We seek to provide an open, flexible, and friendly work environment to empower people and to provide them with the ability to develop their long-term careers. Ultimately, we want to be an organization where people enjoy coming to work and take pride in our efforts to help patients.
By providing a foundation for all operations company wide, BioMarin’s General and Administrative teams support our mission of providing first and best in class therapeutics to patients who live with rare diseases. Our teams include groups such as finance, legal, human resources, corporate compliance and ethics, and information technology. Come join our team and make a meaningful impact on patients’ lives.
This position can be located in Washington D.C., San Francisco Bay Area or Remote United States.
BioMarin is hiring for a Senior Manager, Government Affairs to conduct impact assessments of legislative policy on BioMarin’s business and product line. This job is cross functional in nature as it seeks to secure input from internal functional units within BioMarin to assess the financial and qualitative impacts of legislative proposals. This job also incorporates advocacy. This role will involve communicating the outcome of the assessments with key policy audiences in collaboration with government affairs team members. The focus of the portfolio is global in nature, but initial emphasis will target US state and federal advocacy. The candidate will be an integral part of a team that is responsible for ensuring a cohesive, effective government affairs strategy.
- Construct financial, quantitative, and qualitative frameworks to assess policy impacts.
- Develop reports of policy assessments utilizing frameworks by working internally to gather necessary information inputs.
- Communicate assessments with key policy audiences in collaboration with government affairs team members.
- Represent BioMarin and its policy positions in front of key legislative and government executives.
- Represent BioMarin and its policy positions in trade and advocacy organizations with particular emphasis on state & federal committee groups.
- Provide legislative monitoring and analysis to qualify and quantify the effects of certain state and federal legislation on BioMarin’s business prospects.
- Prepare monthly legislative reports for internal executive distribution and regular key updates that would benefit company executives.
- Manage and adhere to corporate policies and practices.
- Assist with management of internal Government Affairs Committee activities, meetings, presentations.
- Ability to communicate and frame issues in a bipartisan fashion.
- 6-7 years of experience in health policy consulting, performing analytical assessments.
- Familiarity with rare disease policy, reimbursement, Medicaid and public health payment programs.
- Economic modeling research and/or policy analysis is important.
- Thorough understanding of state and federal budgeting processes and experiences.
- Ability to compare global health systems, reimbursement, and coverage frameworks.
- Demonstrated understanding of Medicaid systems and differences in state operations.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with proven ability to work cross functionally and with external stakeholders.
- Strong project-driven organizational skills along with excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Demonstrated outstanding strategic planning and communication skills.
- A high level of energy and passion toward patients, science and public health.
- Proven teamwork and collaboration skills, with a demonstrated ability to interact and influence all levels of business.
- Detail-oriented, self-initiating, well-organized and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously and independently.
- Demonstrated ability to think outside the box and develop innovative solutions.
- A desire to work in a fast-paced corporate culture of a highly innovative company.
- Willingness and ability to travel (up to 30% of time), including evenings.
Bachelor’s degree required. Professional degrees in law, public policy, or related field welcomed, but not required.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
In the U.S., the salary range for this position is $ 118,000 to $ 177,000 per year, which factors in various geographic regions. The base pay actually offered will take into account internal equity and also may vary depending on the candidate's geographic region, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience among other factors. A discretionary bonus and/or long-term incentive units may be provided as part of the compensation package, in addition to the full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits, dependent on the level and position offered.