About Polaris

Polaris specializes in consulting and technology solutions for pharmaceutical companies. We are at the forefront of the industry in terms of delivering technology through innovation fueled by our entrepreneurial culture.  Polaris employs over 200 people worldwide, and has been in business for more than 14 years. We are a truly global firm, speaking more than 25 languages. We are headquartered in New York City, with additional offices in Amsterdam, Boston, and San Francisco. 

Learn more about our company and culture: http://polarismanagement.com/culture/


The Consultant will work as an active member or leader of healthcare law compliance management consulting teams to meet goals and objectives as outlined with our clients.  Projects cover a variety of subject matter including:

  • Compliance Consulting (Fair Market Value, FCPA/ABAC, Global transparency (Open Payments, EFPIA, Bertrand, etc.), KOL Criteria, Benchmarking, and Process Design)
  • Auditing and Monitoring (Risk Assessments, Monitoring Services, and Compliance Audits)
  • Business Process Outsourcing (KOL Evaluation, Disclosure Filing, HCP Debarment and Investigation Screening)
  • Special projects and internal projects will also be assigned on an as needed basis

General Responsibilities Include:

  • Support and lead consulting projects
  • Lead clients in brainstorming and requirements gathering interviews
  • Analyze and collect data, defend findings
  • Develop, articulate and present ideas and opinions
  • Manage and take accountability for sections of projects
  • Provide mentorship for junior staff members
  • Develop relationships with clients and identify future opportunities
  • Create project deliverables with some oversight by senior staff
  • Support in growing the organization
  • Participate in business development and marketing
  • Participate in conferences and industry groups
  • Other duties as assigned

Specific Tasks:

  • Complete assignments on scope, on budget and on time, according to project plans
  • Take direction and feedback from project managers and senior staff
  • Create client ready presentations and materials with input from project leads
  • Conduct detailed analysis and explain findings, with minimal guidance
  • Look for and suggest training/development opportunities for self and others
  • Stay up to date on the news and regulatory environment related to the industry
  • Offer appropriate input and support at client meetings
  • Manage own deliverables and client deliverables as assigned by project manager and senior staff
  • Actively look for ways to improve service offerings and develop new offerings

Desired Skills and Experience General Requirements:

  • Minimum 3-6 years of work experience as a strategy or management consultant preferred
  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience required; MBA, MHA or JD in Health law or relevant field strongly preferred
  • Entrepreneurial, well organized, self-motivated, team player
  • Analytical, and quantitative skill: feels comfortable with numbers, strong business acumen
  • Willingness to have a different opinion, ability to articulate thoughts and concepts well
  • Poised and self-confident: ability to deliver effective oral and verbal communication, comfortable with public speaking
  • Strong interest in Pharmaceutical industry and consulting

Physical and Location Requirements:

  • Ability to work in the San Francisco office on a regular basis
  • Ability to travel to client and vendor sites as needed (up to ~25%)
  • Upon offer, candidate must be able to pass a background and drug test

Please submit application here: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=13823251

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