Reimbursement Associate - Student Intern

Basic qualifications:

This is a 1 year Student Intern contract with a start date of January 2018

  • University degree in health science, political science, economics, or related discipline
  • High degree of initiative and sense of urgency with an ability to lead and manage multiple priorities and projects of a significant scope in a fast-paced environment
  • Appreciation for autonomy and ability embrace ambiguity
  • Ability to influence and build relationships with a wide range of individuals in a matrix environment
  • Strong organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail
  • A proven ability to deliver high quality projects within strict timelines
  • Strong problem-solving and solution-oriented mindset
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft software (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook)

Preferred qualifications:

  • Past experience with Canadian pharmaceutical, health technologies, and vaccines market access and submission processes
  • Certified Market Access Professional (CMAP) certification
  • Working understanding of the GSK portfolio of products (patented medicines)
  • Demonstrated proficiency in IMS Brogan Applications (iMAM, DeltaPA, Compuscript, PharmaStat, RxDynamics, CDTI)
  • Working knowledge of Canadian pharmaceutical market access environment and submissions processes
  • Bilingual (French, English)


Required Strengths: Organization | Communication | Collaboration

This role requires an enthusiastic individual interested in being part of the dynamic GSK Canada division of Public Affairs and Reimbursement. The mission of the division is to optimize appropriate access to GSK medicines for Canadians. The incumbent will be engaged in activities related to government/policy insights, public relations, divisional governance and operations, pharmacy, pricing, and interactions with health technology assessment (HTA) bodies, private and public drug plans. The role focuses on supporting reimbursement submissions to health technology assessment bodies, and public and private drug plans, analytics, matrix team interaction, some administrative duties, and significant opportunities for learning and growth.

In this position you may participate in:

  • Supporting public (CDR, INESSS, FPT drug plan) and private reimbursement submissions
  • Tracking provincial listing status of portfolio medicines
  • Developing and maintaining a comprehensive database of submission requirements for all public and private payers
  • Developing a working relationship with CADTH, INESSS, pCPA, Drug Plans, and other payer entities to answer submission related inquiries in a timely manner
  • Monitoring changes to the public and private drug reimbursement environments
  • Coordination of reimbursement submissions through the development and dissemination of process plans and matrix team engagement to ensure quality and timely completion
  • Providing other efficient and effective reimbursement-related support to the division
  • Preparing reimbursement submission-related reports and presentations
  • Preparing reimbursement, claims, and pricing analyses using IMS-Brogan applications iMAM, DeltaPA, Compuscript, PharmaStat, RxDynamics, CDTI, as needed
  • Work with internal partners to manage interactions with 3rd party stakeholders
  • Engaging third-party consultants
  • Supporting and leading select work function and matrix team meetings as needed
  • Ensuring good governance practices across divisional operations

GSK is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals. GSK is committed to accommodating persons with disabilities. If you need accommodation at any stage of the application process or want more information on our accommodation policies, please contact us at

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Contact information:

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